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Increasing chlamydia screening tests in general practice: a modified Zelen prospective Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial evaluating a complex intervention based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour
Objective To determine if a structured complex intervention increases opportunistic chlamydia screening testing of patients aged 15–24 years attending English general practitioner (GP) practices.Expand
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Using educational outreach and a financial incentive to increase general practices’ contribution to chlamydia screening in South-East London 2003–2011
BackgroundThe London Boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark have high levels of sexually transmitted infections including Chlamydia trachomatis. Modelling studies suggest that reductions in the prevalenceExpand
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Offering self-sampling to cervical screening non-attenders in primary care
Objectives To assess the feasibility and acceptability of offering self-sampling for Human Papillomavirus (HPV) testing to cervical screening non-attenders when they consult primary care for anyExpand
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Screening and treatment of Chlamydia trachomatis infections
#### Summary points Chlamydia trachomatis is the most commonly diagnosed bacterial sexually transmitted infection worldwide.1 2 Numbers of diagnoses have increased over the past 10 years as a resultExpand
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Time for action on chlamydia
Chlamydia is an important sexually transmitted infection in young people. Rates have been rising steadily over the past decade. Treatment is available and easy to take without many side effects. AndExpand
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Response to 'Relative or Absolute? - Miller'
Opportunistic chlamydia screening in a general practice consultation
A 24 year old woman was offered opportunistic chlamydia screening during a routine general practice appointment for another problem. It is practice protocol to offer a test for chlamydia to allExpand