Knowledge of Business Process Outsourcing Agents on Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV, Manila Philippines

Oruga, Myra D.


Knowledge on sexually transmitted diseases and HIV and its association to demographic and socio-economic profiles of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) agents was explored in this cross sectional study. A total of 50 BPO agents participated. An adapted questionnaire was utilized to inquire the knowledge. Validity and reliability were done. Data was process using SPSS ver 21.Results revealed that majority of the respondents are male single, between 21-26 years of age and graduated from public school.Net monthly income varies from 12,000 PHp to 16,000. Majority of the respondents are catholic and are college graduate. Majority of the level of knowledge on sexually transmitted diseases and HIV were inadequate. There is an inadequacy of knowledge among BPO agents on the disease and that the associated demographic and socio-economic factors were age, gender, marital status, religious affiliation, type of school and educational attainment.

Key words: HIV/AIDS, BPO agents, level of knowledge, STDs

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