Review article: Chlamydia testing in general practice
As the cornerstone of Australian primary health care, general practice is a setting well suited for regular chlamydia testing, but testing rates remain low. This review examines the barriers and facilitators to chlamydia testing in general practice. While the barriers are well studied, many of the facilitators are not as well researched, and highlight areas for further study.
Reference: Yeung A, Temple-Smith M, Fairley C, Hocking J. Narrative review of the barriers and facilitators to chlamydia testing in general practice. Australian Journal of Primary Health Volume 21, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 139-147