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Table 2 ICT use among persons attending two non-urban STD clinics in Florida, USA

From: Utilization of information and communication technology (ICT) among sexually transmitted disease clinics attendees with coexisting drinking problems

ICT use Totala (n = 396) N (%) Hazardous drinkersb (n = 126) N (%)
Have internet access at least monthly?c 363 (93) 118 (94)
Have an email account? 306 (80) 102 (82)
Check email account at least once daily? 180 (53) 67 (58)
Currently own a cell phone? 335 (87) 105 (85)
Use cell phone applications?d 366 (94) 114 (91)
Enjoy playing a video game? 239 (69) 79 (66)
Play any video game console at least once monthly?e 230 (59) 89 (71)
Cell phone conversations are private? 330 (84) 107 (86)
Texting messages are private? 325 (84) 107 (86)
During your waiting time at clinic visits, would you be willing to play health related video games? 265 (69) 90 (73)
Would you be comfortable with receiving a reminder that you have STD results available with email or text messages?f 156 (43) 49 (41)
Would you be comfortable with receiving your actual test results with email or text messages?f 71 (19) 27 (23)
  1. aData do not always sum up to total sample size due to missing data for specific variable.
  2. bDefined if AUDIT score > = 8 or binge drinking at least once monthly.
  3. cInclude internet access at home, work, school, library, or the friend’s house.
  4. dInclude downloading ringtones, music, games, sending text message, or taking pictures.
  5. eInclude Nintendo Wii, Playstation 2 or 3, Xbox360, Gameboy, and PS.
  6. fProportion was computed based on respondents who reported having an email account or owning any cell phone.