Self efficacy dalam penggunaan kondom pada Lelaki Seks Lelaki (LSL) dengan HIV/AIDS: Literature review

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Self-efficacy for condom use related sexual risk behavior among men who have sex with men and HIV/AIDS: A literature review
Background: The prevalence of HIV / AIDS in the world is increasing. Men who have sex with men (MSM) is the population most vulnerable to HIV / AIDS. Transmission occurred because of the low use of condoms. Self-efficacy is the ability to belief of self against individual coping in specific situations that affect thinking, behavior, and emotional patterns that can affect attitudes in controlling motivation, behavior, social and the surrounding environment

Purpose: A literature study was explore self-efficacy in using condom and measurement of self-efficacy in condom use

Method: Literature studies used the online database Proquest, CINAHL, the literature was limited by criteria: in 2016-2019, full text and English language, with the keywords: "Self-Efficacy AND Condom Use", "HIV / AIDS AND MSM," HIV / AIDS AND Self Efficacy

Results: Finding 9 articles that were relevant to the inclusion criteria. The results showed that there were two categories in the assessment of self-efficacy in HIV / AIDS patients, namely Sexual Self-Efficacy, and Condom Self-Efficacy

Conclusion: The assessment used several different instruments, however, although the instruments used were different in the assessment of self-efficacy, the results of the entire study showed a link between self-efficacy in the use of condoms in MSM. The results of this literature review can be used as information material about the importance of self efficacy in improving the consistency of condom use to prevent HIV / AIDS
Original languageEnglish
JournalHolistik Jurnal Kesehatan
Publication statusPublished - 2020


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