The Effect of Web Based Reproductive Health Education on Sexual Myths and Risky Behaviors in University Students

Published: 14 May 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/y4cdcd84mz.1


Purpose: The present study aims to assess the effect of web-based reproductive health education (WBRHE) provided to university students on their belief in sexual myths and risky behaviors. Materials and Methods: This randomized controlled trial was conducted in a state university (March to October 2021) with ninety-six students. The WBRHE based on the ADDIE model and data collection process was implemented on a special platform designed for the study. The intervention group (WYRH) received 5 modules of training, whereas the control group didn’t receive. The Reproductive Health Education-Specific Information Formed and Risky Behaviors Form and Sexual Myths Scale (SMS) in both groups were assessed at the beginning of the study and 5 weeks after the intervention.



Education, Female Reproductive Health, Male Reproductive Health