$423,500 Stimulus Program on ‘Correct Condom Use’ Yields Zero Jobs

Apr 4, 2013
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The details of a stimulus grant awarded to Indiana University to study condom use have now been released on a government website. The study, titled “Barriers to Correct Condom Use,” is now completed, according to the website, and the university received $423,500 of stimulus funds to perform the study.

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The stimulus project yielded a total of 0.00 jobs created, according to the federal government. “No jobs created/retained,” the form says under “Description of Jobs Created

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“Sexually transmitted infections (STI), including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), pose significant health risks,” a synopsis of study reads.

“Consistent and correct use of condoms can be a highly effective method of preventing the transmission of HIV and many STIs, yet studies show that problems with condom use are common.

This project is one of the first to examine under controlled conditions the role of cognitive and affective factors and condom skills in explaining condom use problems in young, heterosexual adult men.”

The findings from the study have not been posted on the government website, however.

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