Education to increase sexual health screening.

Abstract

Rates of sexually transmitted infections among young people aged 16-24 years have soared in recent years. Opportunistic screening for chlamydia and other STIs identifies asymptomatic infection but encouraging this group to take up screening remains a major challenge. National guidance recommends structured one-to-one discussions with young people to achieve… (More)

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@article{Wallis2012EducationTI, title={Education to increase sexual health screening.}, author={Andrew F. Wallis}, journal={Nursing times}, year={2012}, volume={108 8}, pages={20-1} }