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In the past decade chlamydia tests have become more widely available in primary care, and many female patients are now diagnosed and treated in this setting.1,2 The lack of skills and resources for partner notification in primary care is now a matter of public health concern.3 We undertook a survey of GPs in three districts in order to explore their current practice and attitudes in relation to partner notification and treatment.
All GPs in the Nottingham Health District (n=367), and GPs recruited for the Chlamydia Partnership Project in north London (n=65) (a randomised trial of health adviser led partner notification for primary care patients) were invited to complete a short questionnaire. The response …