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Table 5 Participation in CART activities and condom use during last sexual encounter (all ages) in 2010: bivariate analysis

From: Impact of community-based interventions on condom use in the Tłįchǫ region of Northwest Territories, Canada

  Condom use during last sexual encounter among exposed Condom use during last sexual encounter among non-exposed OR 95%CI
5a) Increasing participation in CART activities     
Exposed to at least one activity 195/308 367/657 1.36 1.03-1.83
Exposed to two or more activities 132/202 430/763 1.46 1.05-2.07
Exposed to three or more activities 101/153 461/812 1.48 1.03-2.21
5b) Participation in at least one top ranked CART activity*     
Exposed to at least one top ranked activity 209/329 353/636 1.40 1.06-1.86
  1. *Team members ranked each individual intervention activity based on their collective assessment of the expected impact of the activity. The highest ranked activities were considered the CART activities that would have the most impact on behaviour change based on their targeted content and length of exposure. These highest ranked activities included the Assembly Booth, weekend outreach van, interviews and discussions, Facebook, condom distribution program, youth conference.
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