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Published on 04.05.18 in Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "The Acceptability and Feasibility of Implementing a Bio-Behavioral Enhanced Surveillance Tool for Sexually Transmitted Infections in England: Mixed-Methods Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.9010):

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  1. Datta J, Reid D, Hughes G, Mercer CH, Wayal S, Weatherburn P. Awareness of and attitudes to sexually transmissible infections among gay men and other men who have sex with men in England: a qualitative study. Sexual Health 2019;16(1):18
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  2. Aicken CRH, Wayal S, Blomquist PB, Fabiane SM, Gerressu M, Hughes G, Mercer CH. Pathways to, and use of, sexual healthcare among Black Caribbean sexual health clinic attendees in England: evidence from cross-sectional bio-behavioural surveys. BMC Health Services Research 2019;19(1)
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  3. Wayal S, Aicken CRH, Griffiths C, Blomquist PB, Hughes G, Mercer CH, Zhang L. Understanding the burden of bacterial sexually transmitted infections and Trichomonas vaginalis among black Caribbeans in the United Kingdom: Findings from a systematic review. PLOS ONE 2018;13(12):e0208315
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