Maximising retention in a longitudinal study of genital Chlamydia trachomatis among young women in Australia
Walker, Jennifer; Fairley, Christopher K; Urban, Eve; Chen, Marcus Y; Bradshaw, Catriona; Walker, Sandra M; Donovan, Basil; Tabrizi, Sepehr; McNamee, Kathleen; Currie, Marian; Pirotta, Marie; Bowden, Francis; Harindra, Veerakathy
Background: Cohort studies are an important study design however they are difficult to implement, often suffer from poor retention, low participation and bias. The aims of this paper are to describe the methods used to recruit and retain young women in a
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