4727.0.55.002 - Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey: Users' Guide, 2012-13
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More than one response was allowed.
Males aged 18 years and over were asked whether they had ever used a condom. Respondents could only give a yes or no response. If no, the respondent was asked no further questions. If yes, the respondent was asked if they were currently using a condom. Respondents could only give a yes or no response.
The data items and related output categories for this topic are available in Excel spreadsheet format from the Downloads page of this product.
Points to be considered in interpreting data for this topic include the following:
Comparability with 2004-05 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Survey (NATSIHS)
Data of common items are considered comparable between the 2004-05 NATSIHS and the 2012-13 NATSIHS. Data were only collected for females in 2004-05, therefore male responses from 2012-13 have no comparable data.
It should be noted that the non-remote interview of the 2004-05 NATSIHS answered these question on a privately completed form. Therefore responses may differ as a result of this method. There were also extra responses, such as 'trying to get pregnant', available to the women in 2004-05 but not included in 2012-13. Furthermore, 2004-05 NATSIHS had additional questions that were not collected and therefore can not be compared to 2012-13 NATSIHS.
Comparability with 2008 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey (NATSISS)
These data are not collected in the 2008 NATSISS.
Comparability with 2011-12 National Health Survey (NHS)
These data are not collected in the 2011-12 NHS.