A Summary of a Scholarly Article on Contraception Knowledge and Sexual Behavior in Secondary School Students
This scholarly article by the Faculty of Medicine of university of Tucuman, Spain seeks to analyze the depth of contraception knowledge and sexual behavior in high school students from diverse institutions of education (private and public). The sexual behavior of high school students is noted as influenced by different factors which include, insufficient sexual education, early introduction to sex, frequency in change of sexual partners, problems in accessing to health services.
The study was carried out in a cross-sectional manner. Three high schools were covered in the survey in an urban area district. The participants were 145 girls and