Where do young men want to access STI screening? A stratified random probability sample survey of young men in Great Britain

Sexually Transmitted Infections, 05/09/2012

Healthcare settings were the most acceptable places for accessing STI and HIV self–testing kits. Although young men frequently access general practice, currently little STI screening occurs in this setting. There is considerable potential to screen large numbers of men and find high rates of infection through screening in general practice. While non–clinical settings are acceptable to a minority of men, more research is needed to understand how these venues could be used most effectively.

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