P12. Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Promote Sexual Consent Among Undergraduate Greeks
Objective: To assess the impact of theory-informed educational sexual consent posters among undergraduate Greeks. Methods: Forty participants were randomized: intervention group (IG) [sexual consent educational poster informed by the Theory of Planned Behavior] or control group [condom usage posters]. Pre/post-survey differences were assessed. Results: The IG had one more favorable consent intention (p=0.024) and subjective norm (p=0.04). Conclusions: Theory-informed educational materials may improve behavioral antecedents to seeking sexual consent among undergraduate Greeks.
Poster Category: Practice/Programmatic
Presenter(s): Valerie Halstead, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC (Indigo Dermatology)