Provider Attitudes towards Youth-Friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
Provider Attitudes towards Youth-Friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health Services is a 26-item instrument measuring the attitudes various providers hold toward the providing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information and other service among adolescents. Three subscales are covered: 1. Attitudes toward SRH information and services offered to youth, 2. Norms and personal beliefs, and 3. Attitudes toward and clinical and policy development environment.
Geographies Tested: Jordan
Populations Included: Female, Male
Age Range: Adults
*Items are reverse scored
Strongly disagree - 1
Disagree - 2
Agree - 3
Strongly agree - 4
Item scores are averaged to calculate total measure and subscale scores ranging from 1-4. Higher scores represent more positive attitudes towards youth-friendly services.
Gausman, J., Othman, A., Al-Qotob, R., Shaheen, A., Abu Sabbah, E., Aldiqs, M., Hamad, I., Dabobe, M., & Langer, A. (2021). Health care professionals' attitudes towards youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services in Jordan: A cross-sectional study of physicians, midwives and nurses. Reproductive Health, 18(1), 84. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12978-021-01137-4