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Published on 15.01.16 in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Can Internet-Based Sexual Health Services Increase Diagnoses of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)? Protocol for a Randomized Evaluation of an Internet-Based STI Testing and Results Service"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.4094):

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  1. Aicken CRH, Sutcliffe LJ, Gibbs J, Tickle LJ, Hone K, Harding-Esch EM, Mercer CH, Sonnenberg P, Sadiq ST, Estcourt CS, Shahmanesh M. Using the eSexual Health Clinic to access chlamydia treatment and care via the internet: a qualitative interview study. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2018;94(4):241
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  2. Wilson E, Free C, Morris TP, Syred J, Ahamed I, Menon-Johansson AS, Palmer MJ, Barnard S, Rezel E, Baraitser P, Broutet N. Internet-accessed sexually transmitted infection (e-STI) testing and results service: A randomised, single-blind, controlled trial. PLOS Medicine 2017;14(12):e1002479
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  3. Gilbert M, Salway T, Haag D, Fairley CK, Wong J, Grennan T, Uddin Z, Buchner CS, Wong T, Krajden M, Tyndall M, Shoveller J, Ogilvie G. Use of GetCheckedOnline, a Comprehensive Web-based Testing Service for Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(3):e81
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  4. Free C, McCarthy O, French RS, Wellings K, Michie S, Roberts I, Devries K, Rathod S, Bailey J, Syred J, Edwards P, Hart G, Palmer M, Baraitser P. Can text messages increase safer sex behaviours in young people? Intervention development and pilot randomised controlled trial. Health Technology Assessment 2016;20(57):1
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