Young, male, and infected: the forgotten victims of chlamydia in primary care.

@article{Robertson2005YoungMA,
  title={Young, male, and infected: the forgotten victims of chlamydia in primary care.},
  author={Patricia Robertson and Olwen E Williams},
  journal={Sexually transmitted infections},
  year={2005},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={31-3}
}
OBJECTIVES To identify current levels of testing men for chlamydia and establish levels of knowledge relating to chlamydia infection among practice nurses in primary care in one north Wales local area health group (LHG) as part of a study to improve delivery of sexual health services in primary care. METHODS Anonymous confidential self completed postal questionnaires were sent to 46 practice nurses employed at 22 GP practices within one north Wales LHG. On return of the questionnaires and… CONTINUE READING

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