Differentiating between forms of behavior provides basis for enhanced policy and practice for health promotion and disease prevention through transmission control. Related behavior was used to predict STHIV partner notification in the Republic of Guinea among married women in polygynous and monogynous family marital structures.
Demographic and Health Survey data from MeasureDHS (Macro International) were analyzed using mixed methods analyses to develop constructs in the theoretical model. The relationships of Birth Control
Ekúndayò, Olugbemiga T.; Bazle, Mian; Azevedo, Mario; and Eouanzoui, Kianre
"Birth Control Behavior and Partner Notification of ST/HIV: Distinguishing Verbal and Non-Verbal forms of Behavior,"
Challenge: Vol. 13
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu/challenge/vol13/iss1/5