C-SAFE: A Computer-Delivered Sexual Health Promotion Program for Latinas

Charles H. Klein, Tamara Kuhn, Midori Altamirano, Carmela Lomonaco
  • Health Promotion Practice, May 2017, SAGE Publications
  • DOI: 10.1177/1524839917707791

C-SAFE: A Computer-Delivered Sexual Health Program for Latinas

What is it about?

This article describes the product development and efficacy trial results for C-SAFE (Sexual Awareness for Everyone), a computer-delivered sexual health promotion program for Latinas. Although women in the intervention condition reported significantly higher levels of satisfaction with C_SAFE than the control condition on a number of user experience variables, there were no significant behavioral or attitudinal differences between the two conditions at a six-month follow-up. In conclusion we discuss the importance of teachable moments, matching of delivery modalities to implementation contexts, and possible directions for evidence-based sexual health promotion programs given the current sexual health landscape.

Why is it important?

In today's information world, individuals are increasingly accessing health-related information through their computers, tablets, and mobile phones. This article explores the opportunities and limits of using such technologies to promote sexual health.

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