A pill for the partner via the chlamydia patient? Results from a mixed method study among sexual health care providers in the Netherlands.
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AuthorsNanhoe, Anita C
Omlo, Jurriaan J
Watzeels, Anita J C M
van den Broek, Ingrid V
Götz, Hannelore M
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TitleA pill for the partner via the chlamydia patient? Results from a mixed method study among sexual health care providers in the Netherlands.
Published inBMC Infect Dis 2018; 18(1):243
PubliekssamenvattingChlamydia prevalence in the Netherlands remains high despite targeted efforts. Effective Partner Notification (PN) and Partner Treatment (PT) can interrupt transmission and prevent re-infections. Patient Initiated Partner Treatment (PIPT) may strengthen chlamydia control. This study explores the current practice of PN and PT, and benefits of, and barriers and facilitators for PIPT among professionals in sexual health care in the Netherlands.
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