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Table 6 Intervention awareness and acceptability among students in the intervention group at follow-up

From: Feasibility and acceptability of a whole-school social-marketing intervention to prevent unintended teenage pregnancies and promote sexual health: evidence for progression from a pilot to a phase III randomised trial in English secondary schools

Awareness measure N (%)
Report this school has recently been running a new RSE education programme 458 (59.2)
Of students reporting new programme, report that it is a good thing that the school is involved in this programme 361 (80.0)
Of students reporting new programme, report that it includes a new RSE curriculum 400 (87.3)
Of students reporting new programme, report that it includes student-led campaigns to promote sexual health 71 (15.5)
Of students reporting new programme, report that it includes information for parents 135 (29.5)
Of students reporting new programme, report that it includes help for students to access sexual health services 268 (58.5)
Of students reporting new programme, report that it includes student involvement in decisions 116 (25.3)