Used both condom & birth control method at last sexual intercourse among high school students

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Definitions: Among students who had sexual intercourse during the past 3 months, the percentage who used both a condom during last sexual intercourse and BC pills, an IUD or implant, or a shot, patch, or birth control ring to prevent pregnancy
Statewide prevalence of having used both a condom and other birth control method during last sexual intercourse among Alaska traditional high school students who had sexual intercourse in the past 3 months. This includes students in public traditional high schools with enrollments of at least 10 students (excluding boarding, correspondence, home study, alternative, and correctional schools). The statewide traditional high school results are weighted by grade, sex, and race/ethnicity.
Regional prevalence of having used both a condom and other birth control method during last sexual intercourse among high school students who had sexual intercourse in the past 3 months. This includes students in public traditional, alternative, and correctional high schools (excluding boarding, correspondence, and home study schools).  Local results from participating school districts contain both weighted and unweighted data.

Data Source: Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) for 2013-2017, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services
Alaska Statewide Traditional High School YRBS Dataset
http://ibis.dhss.alaska.gov/query/selection/yrbsst23/YRBSSelection.html 
Alaska Local YRBS Dataset
http://ibis.dhss.alaska.gov/query/selection/yrbsl23/YRBSSelection.html

Footnotes: Data is missing where the estimate has been suppressed because the sample size (denominator) was less than 100 for that region.
Updated August 2018.