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Developing sexual health services in primary care is recommended as a way of improving patient choice and increasing the capacity of testing services.1 ,2 Before implementing such service provisions it is essential to understand the requirements of patients. We have recently completed a survey study of sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing service users preferences for STI testing services (Miners AH, Llewellyn CD, Pollard A, et al, unpublished data, 2012). In order to have greater generalisability, we recruited patients from general practice, contraception and sexual health services and genito-urinary medicine clinics.
Engaging general practices and their patients was challenging. Initially, we approached three primary care …
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