Do cash incentives increase the uptake of chlamydia testing in pharmacies?
BACKGROUND: Chlamydia screening uptake rates in Australian and overseas pharmacies vary widely (11% to 58%). AIM: To determine the effect on the uptake of chlamydia screening in community pharmacies when a cash reward is offered to young people and participating pharmacies. METHODS: The study was advertised in print and electronic media. People aged 16–30 years requested, or were offered, chlamydia testing kits by pharmacy staff (assistants and pharmacists). Participants who provided a...[Show more]
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