Australian sexual health practitioners' use of chaperonesfor genital examinations: a survey of attitudes and practice
Objectives: To examine the current practice and attitudes of Australian sexual health practitioners towards the use of chaperones for genital examinations. Methods: In July 2006, an anonymous, self-completed questionnaire was mailed to members of the Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine. Results: Of the 166 questionnaires sent to practitioners, 110 (66%) were returned completed. Of the 110 respondents, only 9% and 19% reported that their clinic routinely provided chaperones for all...[Show more]
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