Process, efficacy and sample demographics of three approaches to behavioural surveillance for gonorrhoea: case interviews, place surveys, and network studies
We investigated the process and time required to collect 450 interviews in a project to determine the most efficacious behavioural surveillance approaches to detect changes in gonorrhoea prevalence. In total, 150 respondents were recruited in each method. For each of place surveys (bars), gonorrhoea case interviews, and network studies based on seeds from the case and place interviews, we determined the recruitment rate and process. Urine testing for gonorrhoea and chlamydia took place in the...[Show more]
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