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Of the total outpatient drug free ODF and methadone maintenance treatment program MMTP active centers in Tehran, Iran, six were selected to participate in the current study. The statistical software R, analysis of variance post hoc and multivariate analysis of variance MANOVA logistic regression tests were used in data analysis.
Compared to married participants Generally, the lowest and highest subscale scores of the CBS were related to sexual experience 2. Sexual dynamic of Iranian men with SUDs is different. Barriers to condom use seem to be socio-culturally determined. Culturally acceptable strategies need to be utilized in Iranian clinical settings reaching beyond simply condom accessibility for this at risk population.
It is estimated that undiagnosed cases are 3 times more than the number of detected cases. Using condoms is known as the most accessible and cost-effective way to reduce the risk of STI, particularly transmission of HIV. Studies have shown that only The percent of men using condoms with non-paid sexual partners was Study sites were public health centers and non-governmental organizations NGO in the province of Tehran.
The research sites, outpatient drug free ODF and methadone maintenance treatment program MMTP centers were selected from active addiction treatment centers. Criteria for the selection of centers included: Six centers from the north, south, west and east of Tehran were selected and presented for study participation to the Research Committee of Welfare Organization.
Optimum sample size was determined based on power calculations. Inclusion criteria for the participants were as follows: Interested participants who signed an informed consent were placed on a waiting list for screening. The screening was performed daily by a nurse or a psychologist at the center. Three questionnaires were used to collect data: This questionnaire assesses the frequency of unprotected sexual activity in the last 6 months, and consists of 6 parts: Lower scores indicate more frequent endorsement of barriers to using condoms.