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Methods We conducted interviews with participants seeking their views on the acceptability of the intervention. Of those indicating that they were willing to be contacted, we purposively sampled participants to ensure variation according to age, sex, STI test result at pnone and treatment group. Interviews Qualitative interviews were conducted by RF with 20 participants by telephone 2—3 weeks after enrolment to the pilot trial. One interview was conducted by OM. Interviews took place between October and Text phone sex Questions were included on the tone and frequency of the text messages, the message content and sexual behaviour since enrolment, such as condom use and partner notification.

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Methods We conducted interviews with participants seeking their views on the acceptability of the intervention. Of those indicating that they were willing to be contacted, we purposively sampled participants to ensure variation according to age, sex, STI test result at enrolment and treatment group. Interviews Qualitative interviews were conducted by RF with 20 participants by telephone 2—3 weeks after enrolment to the pilot trial.

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One interview was text phone sex by OM. Interviews took place between October and January Questions were included on the tone and frequency of the text messages, the message content and sexual behaviour since enrolment, such as condom use and partner notification. The interviews were audio recorded and transcribed verbatim. We interviewed 17 of the original 20 participants we were unable to reach three participants.

After familiarisation with the data, RF generated an initial coding framework with OM. RF coded all of the interviews according to the framework and these were checked by and agreed with CF. Each theme was described and subthemes identified by RF and CF. RF searched for deviant or atypical cases.

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None of those contacted declined to be interviewed. One participant who agreed to be interviewed did not answer calls at the prearranged interview time. The characteristics of the participants interviewed are provided in Table Seven of the female participants and txet of the male participants were diagnosed with chlamydia infection at enrolment.

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Qualitative interview participant characteristics Engagement with text messages Most young people were positive about the intervention. Five key themes relating to user engagement with the text messages were identified: the importance of tone, the frequency and timing of texts, convenience, saving messages for reflection and the sharing of messages. Tone Most participants said that the messages sounded as if they were coming from a friendly, trustworthy source.

Participants liked the fact that the messages were simple, avoided slang and were not text phone sex long.

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ID, male, 24 years, intervention, chlamydia positive Some described how it was important for them to relate to and trust the text phone sex. It was my choice if I wanted to either carry on sed the text message, if I wanted to find out the stories. It was very friendly, very user friendly. He said that he would have preferred more statistical facts. Frequency and timing All of the participants thought that the frequency of the texts, one or two a day, was just right.

ID, tdxt, 18 years, intervention, chlamydia positive One participant was impressed that the messages continued to arrive at the weekend. It was possible to request the time of day that messages would be sent, but none of the participants had chosen to do this. A few mentioned the merit in sending messages out on Friday evenings when young people may be going out drinking, for example to remind them to carry condoms before going out.

ID, female, 22 years, intervention, chlamydia positive Saving messages for reflection Most intervention participants described having phonne the messages that they had received. ID, female, 21 years, intervention, chlamydia positive The fact that the messages were not personal allayed fears connected to their discovery by other people. Some participants locked their mobile phone so that it could not be accessed by anyone else and some set their phones to prevent messages popping up on the screen.

A couple of participants deleted their messages, one saying that he had done this as he did not want anyone else coming across them. Sharing messages Many participants described sharing the text messages that they received. For some this was to pass on information to younger siblings or friends. Another, in the control group, read the intervention messages sent to her friend in the intervention group.

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She was particularly enthusiastic about the messages and reported that she would not have been able to tell her partner about her test result had it not been for the support tetx tips provided through the texts. Sharing was not always intentional. One young woman said that her mother had seen the texts and, although her mother was initially angry on learning that her daughter had had a positive chlamydia test, after talking through the texts with her daughter she felt that the texts were a good idea.

For some, an important aspect of sharing messages was to help initiate a conversation, usually with a partner. I told him about that oh if I caught this again. So I think like when you look phpne it deeper it helps text phone sex lot. ID, female, 17 years, intervention, chlamydia negative Impact on knowledge Topics reported to be particularly helpful included how to put a condom on, how to prevent condom breakages e.

At one end of the spectrum there were those who reported that they knew little about STIs or how to use a condom: Well, there was this one, yeah, that said how to put a condom on, the best. The quick and fresh way to put a condom on. ID, male, 18 years, intervention, chlamydia negative I think everyone should have this texting thing come out to them every day because sometimes you do forget little things that obviously you should be doing.

However, they generally felt that the advice was good text phone sex would be better targeted at those aged 16—18 years. One of the female participants who had sexual relationships solely with women felt that some of the messages, for example those on condom use and contraception, were not relevant for her. Reported impact on behaviour Partner notification and treatment Nearly all of those diagnosed with a STI in the intervention and control groups reported feeling able to notify their sexual partners of their test result.

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The exception pgone one young woman who txet no contact pnone for a casual partner. Some of those in the intervention group said that they had notified their partners before receiving the texts, but others said that the texts about talking to your partner had helped them to have this discussion. Participants reported lacking confidence in how to tell a partner about an infection and it was particularly helpful to receive messages about how others had done so.

Dfemale, 23 years, intervention, chlamydia positive All participants diagnosed with chlamydia said that they and their main partner had been treated and that they had not had ;hone intercourse in the week following treatment. Reassurance and reduction of stigma The information received in text messages that chlamydia is common, that you may not know you have it and that it is text phone sex curable was said to have reduced concerns and stigma, which in turn increased confidence in telling a partner.

Some described being distressed after receiving a positive chlamydia result and the text messages were able to give them some reassurance. ID [female, 16 years, control read the texts of a friend in the intervention groupchlamydia positive]: No, the texts, the slogans.

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One of the texts were. You know how. African men are like, no [laughs]. ID, male, 24 years, intervention, chlamydia positive Some expressed the intention to go for screening and to ask their partners to do so in the future. Participants reporting behaviour change were more often younger, had received a positive STI test result and were not living in an inner-city setting. Mechanism of action Coding and analysing the text phone sex led to the development of a theoretical framework for the mechanism of action, that is, how the intervention is hypothesised to work at increasing safer sexual behaviours.

Figure 2 illustrates the prerequisites for content and delivery and the mechanism of action. The findings from the interviews suggest that the intervention could work by providing information and skills to young people via a channel that is convenient and acceptable to them. For example, the texts appeared to help by providing new knowledge on how to put a condom on or facilitating condom use and breaking down assumptions about how chlamydia infection is transmitted.

The fact that this was done in a way that reduced stigma and was not pressured or judgemental assisted in communication with others. There was less suggestion from the interviews that attitudes had shifted.

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The one exception was in relation to stigma. Stigma associated with STIs can result in young people not accessing appropriate care and services 16 and therefore its inclusion in health promotion interventions addressing sexual health is key. Follow-up interviews In total, 17 of the original 20 main trial interview participants we dex unable to reach three were interviewed by OM.

The participants found the materials and the procedure acceptable and none had any ificant criticisms.

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They thought that the pre-notification served as a reminder to look in the post for the materials: Yeah, definitely, it reminded you to look at your post I guess, yeah. Otherwise it tends to just pile up at our house, so it was better. ID, female, 20 years, intervention, chlamydia positive Most participants thought that the test instructions text phone sex clear and easy to follow and most did not have any problems or criticisms of the postal testing kit.

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ID, male, 18 years, intervention, chlamydia negative Another participant said it would have text phone sex easier if we had provided a pouch to collect the urine to pour it into the tube. One participant said that initially she had had difficulty opening the swab but worked it out. Another suggested that we include a condom in the kit. Most participants said that they would have returned the questionnaire and chlamydia sample whether they were offered an incentive or not, with some indicating that the motivating factor was their health, not the money: like obviously I was happy to receive it, like for doing the minimal thing, like I piss every day, you know.

Women preferred the swab sample collection method and none of the participants mentioned that they would rather have had a choice of test swab or urine. Discussion of the qualitative interviews Principal findings The majority of young people who we interviewed were positive about the mobile phone texting intervention to promote safer sex, particularly as it was convenient and took little of their time.

The frequency, timing and tone of the texts were appropriate for most. The text message medium also enabled participants to save and reflect on messages in their own time and share messages. Participants were happy with the follow-up procedures used, although there were a couple of suggestions regarding adding back in package content that we had removed to simplify follow-up procedures. The nature of the short content and method of delivery may have made the messages more acceptable than traditional methods of health promotion such as printed leaflets.

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The content was deed to address attitudes, information and text phone sex skills, rather than induce fear, which has been found to be ineffective. Interviews were conducted shortly after participants had received the messages to minimise problems with recall. Our sampling strategy ensured that there was representation of different age groups, sexes and settings, so that a broad range of views could be included.

There are challenges in conducting research by telephone, for example telephone interviewing may have resulted in more superficial and briefer responses to questions than would have been the case if the interviews had been conducted face to face.

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Young people may have provided responses that they felt would be desirable text phone sex the interviewer to hear and they may have also felt that they needed to be positive about the aex itself. We tried to minimise this effect by having a member of the team RF conduct the interviews who was not directly involved with recruiting participants or the day-to-day running of the project. Discussion of qualitative interviews in relation to the existing literature In keeping with other research, participants viewed the mobile phone as an essential everyday item that is owned by most people, with easy-to-use technology.

This is consistent with work, which reported that text messages in a smoking cessation intervention acted as reminders and maintained the importance of quitting.

Rereading messages has been reported in research in which a text message intervention was used to support smoking cessation. Retaining messages also facilitated discussions with friends and family and partners. Retained messages were shown to partners to support participants text phone sex negotiating condom use and in telling partners about being diagnosed with a STI. This is in keeping with research, which has reported that women receiving text messages regarding contraception retained and shared messages to initiate conversations with partners about contraception.

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The favourable reception of our text messaging intervention among the young people who we interviewed resonates with findings from qualitative studies in Australia and the USA, which have found that sexual health promotion interventions delivered by text messaging are an acceptable and convenient way to deliver potentially sensitive information and support to young people. The Text phone sex study reported no change in condom use. No changes were pjone to the follow-up procedures based on these interviews.

This work was produced by Free et al.

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