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27-Jan-2020 10:43

We start by using language steeped in communication science to establish (two of the three key components necessary to effectively convey a message).

Then we connect the user’s need to a relevant health care service at a Planned Parenthood health center (bringing in the third component—accessibility).

Finally, we looked at differences in contraceptive use.

We found Chat/Text users were significantly more likely to use a condom alongside a more effective form of birth control (like the pill or IUD).

Keep the conversation lighthearted, and take cues from her to determine whether to keep going or let it end.

On average, a young person spends 8-10 hours per day on a mobile device.

Over 91% agreed that “After chatting I feel more confident I can deal with the main issue I chatted about,” and 62% of these folks strongly agreed. By the last survey at three months, more than half (56%) of the Chat/Text arm got to a health center. And if you look at appointments scheduled and health center attendance at the 90-day mark, 67% of those who used Chat/Text either had an appointment or had been to a health center.

This too was statistically significant when compared to the control, with a 16% difference.

Looking at the folks in the chat arm specifically, we found 94% were satisfied with their experience, with 59% of them strongly satisfied. Within ten days of using Chat/Text, one in three users (33%) got to a health center, which was nearly 8% more than the website control group.

Then we troubleshoot with them any obstacles that may get in the way of their plan.

With countless studies informing this protocol here and W. Mc Guire’s chapter on “Attitudes and Attitude Change” in the third edition of Lindzey & Aronson’s ), we felt strongly that our intervention was changing behavior. Working with research partners from New York University, we conducted a randomized controlled trial (RCT)—the “gold standard” for evaluation studies—to examine the effects of the intervention.

They make sure users have a plan of action before they finish up.

Educators are trained to answer questions about a wide range of sexual health topics, but most often address pregnancy, birth control, emergency contraception, abortion and STDs.

Looking at the folks in the chat arm specifically, we found 94% were satisfied with their experience, with 59% of them strongly satisfied. Within ten days of using Chat/Text, one in three users (33%) got to a health center, which was nearly 8% more than the website control group.

Then we troubleshoot with them any obstacles that may get in the way of their plan.

With countless studies informing this protocol here and W. Mc Guire’s chapter on “Attitudes and Attitude Change” in the third edition of Lindzey & Aronson’s ), we felt strongly that our intervention was changing behavior. Working with research partners from New York University, we conducted a randomized controlled trial (RCT)—the “gold standard” for evaluation studies—to examine the effects of the intervention.

They make sure users have a plan of action before they finish up.

Educators are trained to answer questions about a wide range of sexual health topics, but most often address pregnancy, birth control, emergency contraception, abortion and STDs.

About half were people of color and almost 70% were low-income.