"It has to speak to people's everyday life...": qualitative study of men and women's willingness to participate in a non-medical approach to Chlamydia trachomatis screening.

@article{Lorimer2009ItHT,
  title={"It has to speak to people's everyday life...": qualitative study of men and women's willingness to participate in a non-medical approach to Chlamydia trachomatis screening.},
  author={Karen R Lorimer and Margaret Elspeth Reid and Graham J. Hart},
  journal={Sexually transmitted infections},
  year={2009},
  volume={85 3},
  pages={201-5}
}
OBJECTIVE To explore the factors associated with men and women's willingness to provide a urine sample for Chlamydia trachomatis screening in various non-medical settings. METHODS Men and women aged 16-24 years attending non-medical settings were invited to participate in urine-based screening and later to participate in a follow-up in-depth interview. Participant observation techniques were also used to collect data on young people's response to the offer of screening. RESULTS The views of… CONTINUE READING

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