Show me the money': financial incentives increase chlamydia screening rates among tertiary students: a pilot study
Background: We hypothesise that text-messaging and financial incentives would increase tertiary student participation in chlamydia screening. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted over two phases on eight tertiary campuses during 2007. During Phase 1 (6 months) study activities were advertised through student organisations and media. Education and screening were offered during a range of student activities. During Phase 2 (4 days) education and screening were offered via text messages....[Show more]
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