Screening for Chlamydia trachomatis at the time of routine Pap smear in general practice: A cluster randomised controlled trial.
Objective: To determine whether asking general practitioners to offer chlamydia screening at the same time as Pap screening increases chlamydia screening rates. Design: A pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial. Participants and setting: Doctors from 31 general practices in the Australian Capital Territory performing more than 15 Pap smear screens per year, and all women aged 16-39 years attending those practitioners between 1 November 2004 and 31 October 2005. Intervention: Doctors in...[Show more]
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