Multi-topic Health Promotion Programs for Sexual Minority Couples
Objective: Health promotion and prevention programs for sexual minority couples are needed. We sought to describe partnered sexual minority adults' attitudes on who in their relationship they perceived would benefit from participating in a couples-focused program by gender across 15 different topics. We also compared participants' responses between topics to identify patterns. Methods: We employed descriptive and comparative analyses with anonymous, online survey data from 1026 eligible, consented adults. Results: Participants' perceptions of who would benefit varied by topic and gender. Comparative analyses revealed 3 patterns. Conclusion: Findings suggest partners perceived many topics to be beneficial for their relationship as a couple, thereby suggesting the need to develop multi-topic programs that are couples-based.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2018
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