日本性感染症学会誌 Journal of Japanese Society for Sexually Transmitted Infections

Online ISSN: 2434-2505 Print ISSN: 0917-0324
日本性感染症学会 Japanese Society for Sexually Transmitted Infections
〒162-0801東京都新宿区山吹町358-5アカデミーセンター Japanese Society for Sexually Transmitted Infections Academy Center, 358-5 Yamabuki-cho, Shinju-ku, Tokyo 162-0801, Japan
Japanese Journal of Sexually Transmitted Infections 32(1): 1-14 (2021)
doi:10.24775/jjsti.O-2021-0004

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若者に有用な性感染症予防啓発方法の検討: —スライド「あなたのためになる性感染症予防」を活用して—Enlightenment method of sexually transmitted infection prevention for young people: application of the PowerPoint slide presentation “STI prevention for you”

1敦賀市立看護大学TSURUGA Nursing University

2枚方市保健所Hirakata City Public Health Center

3ヘルスプロモーション推進センターHealth Promotion Center

4大阪市保健所Osaka City Public Health Office

5岡山大学学術研究院保健学域Graduate School of Health Sciences, Okayama University

6女性クリニックWe! TOYAMALadies’ Clinic We! Toyama

7国立感染症研究所National Institute of Infectious Diseases

8東京医療保健大学Tokyo Healthcare University

受付日:2021年4月30日Received: April 30, 2021
受理日:2021年8月18日Accepted: August 18, 2021
発行日:2021年10月27日Published: October 27, 2021
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STIとその予防に関する正しい知識・認識の普及に向けて、若者が活用しやすい啓発ツールと方法を検討することを目的に、大学生を対象に性感染症予防教育後、無記名式自記式質問紙調査を実施した。男性160名、女性136名で、所属学部は情報124名、教育74名、看護64名、理工25名である。STI予防法としてコンドームの使用246名、ピル内服62名などが挙げられた。また、「キスで感染する病気は無い」と回答した者が21名おり、sexの考えでは「特定の彼氏・彼女とはsexしても良い」は女性が有為に多く、「他人に迷惑をかけなければ、本人の自由」は男性が有為に多かった。効果的な性感染症予防啓発活動として「インターネットの利用」「学校の授業、ポスターやチラシを学校へ配布」の意見があった。世代や性別、生活背景、性行動の現状や違いに応じて、SNSの活用や学校内への掲示など、正しい情報を提供し続けることが必要である。

This study aimed to investigate the accessible distribution of awareness tools on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) for young people to gain appropriate knowledge and perceptions for use in STI prevention. We conducted STI prevention education and bearer self-report questionnaire surveys for university students. A total of 233 students responded to the questionnaires. There were 160 males, 136 females, and 3 students who did not response. Their affiliations are as follows: 124 were Information, 74 were Education, 64 were Nursing, 25 were Engineering, and 12 did not respond. Regarding how to prevent an STI, 246 answered, “Have sexual intercourse with a condom”, and 62 answered, “Take oral contraceptive regularly”. Additionally, 21 students (11 males, 9 females, 1 unknown) answered, “No STI infected with a kissing”. In recognition of sex, females had a higher rate of agreement predominantly with “I can have sex with a steady boyfriend or girlfriend”, and males had a higher rate of agreement with “They can have sex if they do not bother others”. Regarding opinions on effective awareness programs, “Internet utilization” was indicated by 112 students, and “Use in lectures and use for posters and leaflets by distributing in schools” was indicated by 54 students. It is necessary to continue to provide appropriate information through the Internet and postings on bulletin boards in schools according to the known differences in generations, gender, living backgrounds, current situations, and sexual behaviors between young people.

Key words: enlightenment method; sexually transmitted infection prevention; young people

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