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The d esign & development of an intervention about young men & unintended teenage pregnancy. Maria Lohan, Áine Aventin, Peter O’Halloran , Marion Henderson & Carmel Kelly. ICL Conference, QUB Feb 2014. Aims of today’s talk. Why we developed the educational resource

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The d esign development of an intervention about young men unintended teenage pregnancy

The design & development of an intervention about young men & unintended teenage pregnancy

Maria Lohan, Áine Aventin, Peter O’Halloran, Marion Henderson & Carmel Kelly

ICL Conference, QUB

Feb 2014


Aims of today s talk

Aims of today’s talk

  • Why we developed the educational resource

  • How we went about it

  • What are some key lessons we learned?


The d esign development of an intervention about young men unintended teenage pregnancy

Why?


The d esign development of an intervention about young men unintended teenage pregnancy

Source: Wilkinson & Pickett, The Spirit Level (2009)


What s men got to do with it

What’s men got to do with it?

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The d esign development of an intervention about young men unintended teenage pregnancy

How?


What the uk mrc guidelines say

What the UK MRC Guidelines say

Phase 1 development work :

  • identification of the relevant evidence base;

  • modelling of a theoretical understanding of the phenomenon and

  • exploratory mixed methods research to consult with end users and key stakeholders


Development of evidence base

Development of evidence base


Movie based approach

Movie-based Approach

Method: a computer based interactive video drama (IVD)

  • Brings to life a story…

  • Participants have to role play

  • Potential as an educational intervention


What the uk mrc guidelines say1

What the UK MRC Guidelines say

Phase 1 development work :

  • identification of the relevant evidence base;

  • modelling of a theoretical understanding of the phenomenon and

  • exploratory mixed methods research to consult with end users and key stakeholders


Modelling of theoretical understanding

Modelling of Theoretical Understanding


Refining the content in consultation

Refining the content in consultation


Some lessons learned

Some lessons Learned

  • Know & engagethe target population

  • Know the behaviours to be targeted & model a process of change

  • Look beyond development to evaluation by engaging stakeholders.


Acknowledgement of research team

Acknowledgement of Research Team

Present and past team members:

Dr Sharon Cruise, QUB

Dr Carmel Kelly, QUB

Dr Marion Henderson , Medical Research Council's Social and Public Health Sciences Unit.

Prof. Fiona Alderdice QUB

Prof. Abbey Hyde, University College Dublin


Acknowledgement of research funding

Acknowledgement of Research Funding


References

References

  • Lohan M (2007) How Might We Understand Men's Health Better? Integrating Explanations From Critical Studies On Men And Inequalities In Health. Social Science & Medicine, 65: 493-504.

  • Lohan, M., Cruise, S., O’Halloran, P., Alderdice, F., and Hyde, A. (2010) Adolescent men’s attitudes in relation to pregnancy and pregnancy outcomes: A systematic review of the literature from 1980-2009. Journal of Adolescent Health 47 (4), 327-345.

  • Lohan, M., Cruise, S., O’Halloran, P. Alderdice, F., and Hyde, A.  (2011) Adolescent men’s attitudes and decision-making in relation to an unplanned pregnancy. Responses to an interactive video drama, Social Science & Medicine, 72, 1507-1514.

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References1

References

Hyde, A. Carney, M., Drennan, J. Butler, M., Lohan, M. and Howlett, E (2010) The silent treatment: parents’ narratives on sexuality education with their adolescent children. Culture Health and Sexuality 12, (4), 359-371.

Hyde, A., Drennan, J., Lohan, M., Carney, M. and Howlett, E. (2013 in press) Parent's Communication about Safer Sex with their Children. Journal of Clinical Nursing.

Lohan, M., Olivari, M.G., Corkindale, C., Milani, L., Confalonieri, E., Cruise, S., O'Halloran, P., Alderdice, F. and Hyde, A. (2013). Adolescent Men's Pregnancy Resolution Choices in Relation to an Unintended Pregnancy: A Comparative Analysis of Adolescent Men in Three Countries. Journal of Family Issues, 34(8), 1037

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