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Table 2 Sample of open-ended questions in focus group discussion guides

From: Perceptions and intervention preferences of Moroccan adolescents, parents, and teachers regarding risks and protective factors for risky sexual behaviors leading to sexually transmitted infections in adolescents: qualitative findings

Adolescents Parents Teachers
STI-related risk and protective factors
1. What are the sexual-related activities among teens in your community (especially risky activity)? 2. How are these sexual-related problems (STIs) affecting young teens in your community? 3. In your expert opinion, what risk (individual, family, peer, community, society) causes teens to start risky sexual activity? 4. In your expert opinion, what protective factors (individual, family, peer, community, society) prevent teens from starting risky sexual activity? 1. What are the sexual-related activities among teens in your community (especially risky activity)? 2. How are these sexual-related problems (STIs) affecting young teens in your community? 3. In your expert opinion, what risk (individual, family, peers, community, society) causes teens to start risky sexual activity? 4. In your expert opinion, what protective factors (individual, family, peer, community, society) prevent teens from starting risky sexual activity? 1. What are the sexual-related activities among teens in your community (especially risky activity)? 2. How are these sexual-related problems (STIs) affecting young teens in your community? 3. In your expert opinion, what risk (individual, family, peers, community, society levels) causes teens to start risky sexual activity? 4. In your expert opinion, what protective factors (individual, family, peer, community, society levels) prevent teens from starting risky sexual activity? 5. What is the role of the school in either increasing or decreasing risky sexual activity?
Preference of effective intervention models
1. What do you think would work within the levels (individual, family, peer, community, society) to prevent teens from getting STIs? 1. What do you think would work within the levels (individual, family, peer, community, society) to prevent teens from getting STIs? 1. What do you think would work within the levels (individual, family, peer, community, society) to prevent teens from getting STIs?