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Indicator: 4.6.1 - Comprehensive correct knowledge about AIDS (3 ways to prevent AIDS and reject 3 misconceptions)

Survey: HIV/AIDS Behavioral Surveillance Survey Jamaica 1999-2000: Female Sex Workers

Survey Indicator Sub-Title: [n/a]
Standard Numerator: The number of respondents who, in response to prompting,
1) correctly identify having no penetrative sex, using condoms, and having sex only with one faithful uninfected partner as means of protection against HIV and
2) who correctly reject the two most common local misconceptions about AIDS transmission or prevention and
3) who correctly respond that a person who looks healthy may have the AIDS virus. 
Numerator: 1. The number of respondents who, in response to prompting, 1) correctly identify having no penetrative sex[penetrative not specified], using condoms[using condom correctly and every time they have sex], and having sex only with one faithful uninfected partner as means of protection against HIV and 2) who correctly reject the two most common local misconceptions about AIDS transmission or prevention[mosquitoes][sharing food] and 3) who correctly respond that a person who looks healthy may pass on HIV.
Standard Denominator: Total number of respondents. 
Denominator: [n/a]
Comparability: [n/a]
Quality: [n/a]
Comparability Rating: 1 Close match of definition, age range and/or sample differ




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