Let´s talk about sex: en studie av patienters uppfattning av samtal i samband med testning/smittspårning för sexuellt överförda infektioner med fokus på sexualitet
Sammanfattning: The aim of this study is to examine the patient's understanding of the counselling while testing for an STI. The method was an inquiry directed to patients at two receptions, where tests for STI are made, and on the Internet for patients who made a test within the last year. The study involves 95 participants, 39 answered the inquiry directly after the test. The main results show that most participants are positive to talk about their sexuality and sexual strategies with the personnel, irrespective of who takes the initiative to the counselling. Women are yet more negative then men to talk about their sexuality, even if the test is made voluntarily by the woman. The number of those who understand the counselling as rather or very useful is not as high as the number of those who say their attitude toward talking about sexuality while testing for an STI is rather or very positive. The suggestions for further research is to examine the factors that influence the understanding of the counselling dependent of the sex/gender and also how the usefulness could be made more efficient for the persons testing themselves for an STI.
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