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Partner notification of Chlamydia infection in primary care: randomised controlled trial and analysis of resource use.

Research by randomised controlled trial to compare different strategies for cases of chlamydia in primary care, as part of the NHS chlamydia screening studies project. The strategies studied were partner notification by practice nurses on initial diagnosis, with telephone follow-up, and direct refer... Full description

Journal Title: BMJ (Clinical Research Edition) January 7, 2006, Vol.332(7532), pp.14-18
Main Author: Low, N
Other Authors: Mccarthy, A , Roberts, T
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Language: English
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  • Bacterial Infections
  • Sexual Health
  • Sexuality
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases–STD
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description: Research by randomised controlled trial to compare different strategies for cases of chlamydia in primary care, as part of the NHS chlamydia screening studies project. The strategies studied were partner notification by practice nurses on initial diagnosis, with telephone follow-up, and direct referral to specialist staff at a genitourinary clinic, comparing costs and numbers of partners treated. [(BNI unique abstract)] 15 references
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abstractResearch by randomised controlled trial to compare different strategies for cases of chlamydia in primary care, as part of the NHS chlamydia screening studies project. The strategies studied were partner notification by practice nurses on initial diagnosis, with telephone follow-up, and direct referral to specialist staff at a genitourinary clinic, comparing costs and numbers of partners treated. [(BNI unique abstract)] 15 references
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