Condom Self-Efficacy Use Scale (CSEU)

I feel sure that . . .
1.    I could carry a condom with me in case I needed one.
2.    I could use a condom each time my partner and I have sex.
3.    I could use a new condom each time my partner and I have sex.
4.    I could stop to put a condom on myself or my partner.
5.    I or my partner could unroll a condom all the way to the base of the penis.
6.    I could use a condom without it slipping.
7.    I or my partner could get rid of a condom in the garbage after sex.
8.    I or my partner could hold the condom at the base of the penis while withdrawing after sex.
9.    I could use a condom if drinking beer‚ wine‚ or other liquor.
10.I could talk about using condoms with any sexual partner.
11.I could talk about using a condom if I were unsure of my partner’s feelings about condoms.
12.I could talk about using condoms with a potential sexual partner before we started to hug or kiss.
13.I could talk a partner into using a condom when we have sexual intercourse.
14.I could say no to sex if my partner refused to use a condom.
 
Communication abilities related to condom use‚ consistent condom use abilities‚ and correct condom use abilities.
 
 
1 = Very Unsure‚ 2= Unsure‚ 3=Somewhat Unsure‚ 4= Sure‚ 5=Very Sure
Communication abilities related to condom use (10‚ 11‚ 12‚ 13‚ and 14)‚ consistent condom use abilities (1‚ 2‚ and 3)‚ and correct condom use abilities (4‚ 5‚ 6‚ 7‚ 8‚ and 9)
 

This instrument can be found at: Simmons C. A.‚ Lehmann P. (eds). Tools for strengths-based assessment and evaluation‚ New York‚ NY: Springer‚ pp. 476-477. (2013). Google Scholar

 

Hanna‚ K. M. (1999). An adolescent and young adult condom self-efficacy scale. Journal of Pediatric Nursing‚ 14‚ 59–65.

Hanna‚ (1999). Condom Self-Efficacy Use Scale. In: Simmons C. A.‚ Lehmann P. (eds). Tools for strengths-based assessment and evaluation‚ New York‚ NY: Springer‚ pp. 476-477. (2013). Google Scholar