Canadians' awareness, knowledge and attitudes related to sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections : 2018 findings report
"The 2018 survey asks Canadians questions about awareness, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours related to Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections (STBBI). To some extent, the survey builds on previous surveys commissioned by the Public Health Agency of Canada in 2003, 2006, and 2012, although most of the current survey has been redesigned to align with current program objectives. Evidence gathered through this survey is intended to enhance the capacity of all players to contribute to reduce the health impact of STBBI in Canada by 2030.
The survey size of 2,452 cases was sampled nationally from all provinces and territories. It was largely administered by telephone, including 22 per cent completed by cell telephone with a sample of cell phone only households drawn randomly from our randomly pre-recruited panel of Canadians (Probit). Six per cent of the total sample was administered online with youth under 25 because of difficulties in obtaining the desired number of completions with youth by telephone with a 24 minute interview. The survey was collected in February and March 2018. The sample was weighted to population proportions for age, gender, and region. "
- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Public Health Agency of Canada
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada
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