Awareness scale of hiv transmission

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A questionnaire to determine level of awareness about HIV transmission

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Awareness scale of hiv transmission

  1. 1. AWARENESS SCALE OF HIV TRANSMISSIONPart 1 - Profile of Respondents: 1. Age: _________ 2. Sex: ( ) Male ( ) Female 3. Educational Attainment: Please put a check (√) mark on a given option below ( ) – Elementary Undergrad ( ) – High School Graduate ( ) – Elementary Graduate ( ) – College Undergrad ( ) – High School Undergrad ( ) – College GraduatePart 2- Level of Awareness of Transmission of HIV1. Please read each item carefully and decide honestly to what level you are aware about the transmission of HIV on the items given below.2. Do not leave any item unanswered3. Each item is answerable by TRUE or FALSE by putting check (  ) mark according to your awareness/know about HIV transmission.4. Note, some of the item are not correct descriptions about HIV. Do you agree that a person is risk for transmission TRUE FALSE of HIV when; 1. Having unprotected sex with partner who uses injectable drugs or shares needles with someone. 2. Had unprotected sex with a multiple sex partners. 3. Do oral sex with infected (HIV) partner is safe than anal intercourse. 4. Having a sexually transmitted disease like genital herpes or syphilis makes it easier to get HIV virus. 5. By hugging with person infected the virus 6. Had unprotected sex with a man who has had sex with another man 7. Using public toilet seats and swimming public pool. 8. Only homosexual men are risk in contacting HIV. 9. The healthy looking person could not have an HIV virus HIV can be transmitted by; 10. Transmitted by blood, semen or vaginal secretions 11. Transmitted by HIV infected mother’s breast milk 12. Transmitted by shared needles for administering drugs used by HIV infected person 13. Transmitted during childbirth by HIV infected mother 14. By sharing food with an HIV-positive person
  2. 2. 15. HIV virus can be transmitted by mosquito bites

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