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Why don't we understand the public health impact of developing STI services in primary care?
  1. Angela Bailey (angebailey{at}doctors.org.uk)
  1. Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
    1. Jackie Cassell (j.cassell{at}bsms.ac.uk)
    1. Brighton and Sussex Medical School,, United Kingdom

      Abstract

      Sohal et al have attempted to evaluate the public health and economic impact of incentivized primary care services on STI diagnoses across a population. In doing so, they have illustrated the difficulties in obtaining information that bedevil the planning of sexual health services in the UK(1;2), and elsewhere(3).

      • HIV
      • chlamydia
      • gonorrhoea
      • partner notification
      • primary care

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