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Reducing the risk of sexually transmitted infections in genitourinary medicine clinic patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis of behavioural interventions
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  1. Correspondence to:
 Derek J Ward
 Birmingham and Solihull Health Protection Unit, Bartholomew House, 142 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 9PA, UK; derek.wardhobtpct.nhs.uk
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Ward DJ, Rowe B, Pattison H, et al
Reducing the risk of sexually transmitted infections in genitourinary medicine clinic patients: a systematic review and meta-analysis of behavioural interventions

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  • Accepted February 4, 2005
  • First published September 30, 2005.
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September 30, 2005
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    • [view PDF] - Supplemental table. Experimental and control interventions employed by trials.
    • [view PDF] - Figure 4. Funnel plot for trials reporting change in laboratory confirmed STI rates (RR <_1 indicates="indicates" that="that" infection="infection" rates="rates" were="were" lower="lower" in="in" the="the" intervention="intervention" group="group" relative="relative" to="to" controls.--="controls.--" end="end" desc="desc" dc1="dc1" _2="_2" _--="_--">
    • [view PDF] - Figure 5. Funnel plot for trials reporting the proportion of participants reporting consistent condom use (RR >1 indicates that a greater proportion of the intervention group reported consistent use relative to controls).

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