Table 1 : Demographics of study population (n =19).


Variable Categories of
Variable
Total N (%) 19 subjects

Age 18-19 years 3 (15.8%)
20-21 years 9 (47.4%)
22-23 years 5 (26.3%)
24-26 years 2 (10.5%)

Income Less than $1,000 6 (31.6%)
$1,001-$2,000 9 (47.4%)
$2,001 and more 4 (21.1%)

Income (collapsed) No income source 5 (26.3%)
Available income
source
14 (73.7%)



Education
Junior high school 3 (15.8%)
High school or GED 5 (26.3%)
Some college 10 (52.6%)
College 1 (5.3%)
Graduate school 0 (0.0%)

Sexual preference Women 0 (0.0%)
Men 19 (100%)

Contraception use Birth Control Pill 1 (5.3%)
Male condom 9 (47.4%)
IUD 3 (15.8%)
Other 2 (10.5%)
None 4 (21.1%)

Contraception use (collapsed) Yes 15 (78.9%)
No 4 (21.1%)

Consistent sexual partner Yes 15 (78.9%)
No 4 (21.1%)

Sex partners (N) 0 4 (21.1%)
1 9 (47.4%)
2 6 (31.6%)
> 5 0 (0.0%)

History of a sexually transmitted infection Yes 3 (15.8%)
No 16 (84.2%)

Age at sexual debut < 16 2 (10.5%)
16 6 (31.6%)
17 5 (26.3%)
18 2 (10.5%)
19 0 (0.0%)
20 2 (10.5%)
21 1 (5.3%)
23 0 (0.0%)
24 0 (0.0%)

History of HIV/STI testing Yes 13 (68.4%)
No 6 (31.6%)

Usual source of care Yes 14 (73.7%)
No 5 (26.3%)

Existing Health Insurance Medicaid 9 (47.4%)
Gold Card 0 (0.0%)
Private Insurance 6 (31.6%)
Medicare 0 (0.0%)
No insurance 4 (21.1%)

Grimes et al.Emergency Medicine and Health Care  2013 1:4DOI : 10.7243/2052-6229-1-4