Affiliation: University of Bristol
- Does population screening for Chlamydia trachomatis raise anxiety among those tested? Findings from a population based chlamydia screening studyRona Campbell
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Canynge Hall, Bristol BS8 2PR, UK
BMC Public Health 6:106. 2006..The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of an invitation to be screened for chlamydia and of receiving a negative result on levels of anxiety, depression and self-esteem...
- Inter-rater agreement in the scoring of abstracts submitted to a primary care research conferenceAlan A Montgomery
Division of Primary Health Care, University of Bristol, Cotham House, Cotham Hill, Bristol BS8 2PR, UK
BMC Health Serv Res 2:8. 2002..The aim of this study was to investigate agreement on dimensions of a checklist between two referees when evaluating abstracts submitted for a primary care conference...
- Maternal and child constitutional factors and the frequency of melanocytic naevi in childrenA Graham
Department of Primary Care, Institute of Health Sciences, Oxford, UK
Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol 13:316-24. 1999....
- Sexual healthAnna Graham
University of Bristol
Br J Gen Pract 54:382-7. 2004..A new course for those working in primary care has been devised, aiming to equip participants with the basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes for the effective management of STIs...
- Commentary: Sex education interventions: increasing knowledge is only a first stepAnna Graham
Division of Primary Health Care, University of Bristol, Cotham House, Cotham Hill, Bristol BS6 6JL, UK
Int J Epidemiol 32:136-7. 2003
- Provision of emergency contraception in general practice and confidentiality for the under 16's: results of a postal survey by general practitioners in AvonA Graham
Clinical Research Fellow, Division of Primary Health Care, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
J Fam Plann Reprod Health Care 27:193-6. 2001..To describe the provision of emergency contraception and confidentiality for the under 16's by general practitioners (GPs) in Avon, in order to inform the development of a health promotion intervention in schools in Avon...
- Improving teenagers' knowledge of emergency contraception: cluster randomised controlled trial of a teacher led interventionAnna Graham
Division of Primary Health Care, University of Bristol, Bristol BS6 6JL
BMJ 324:1179. 2002..To assess the effectiveness of a teacher led intervention to improve teenagers' knowledge about emergency contraception...
- Population screening for Chlamydia trachomatis infection in the UK: a qualitative study of the experiences of those screenedNicola Mills
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Canynge Hall, Bristol, BS8 2PR, UK
Fam Pract 23:550-7. 2006..Screening for Chlamydia trachomatis in selected health care settings is underway in the UK despite insufficient evidence about the personal impact of screening...
- The chlamydia screening studies: rationale and designN Low
Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol, Canynge Hall, Whiteladies Road, Bristol BS8 2PR, UK
Sex Transm Infect 80:342-8. 2004..Screening has been recommended to reduce the prevalence and morbidity associated with genital chlamydia infection in the United Kingdom...
- Epidemiological, social, diagnostic and economic evaluation of population screening for genital chlamydial infectionN Low
Department of Preventive Medicine, University of Bristol, UK
Health Technol Assess 11:iii-iv, ix-xii, 1-165. 2007..To investigate epidemiological, social, diagnostic and economic aspects of chlamydia screening in non-genitourinary medicine settings...
- A qualitative study of the views of women aged 18-29 on over-the-counter availability of hormonal emergency contraceptionL Folkes
Research Associate, Department of Sociology, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
J Fam Plann Reprod Health Care 27:189-92. 2001..The pharmacy was the preferred choice of provider for most women. CONCLUSION: Although most women in this study would prefer to obtain EC over-the-counter, the current charge of pound 20 is likely to prove a barrier...
- NICE guidance on one-to-one interventions to reduce sexually transmitted infections and under-18 conceptions: a view from general practicePippa Oakeshott
Community Health Sciences, St George's, University of London, SW17 ORE, UK
Sex Transm Infect 83:171-2. 2007
- Are one-stop shops acceptable? Community perspectives on one-stop shop models of sexual health service provision in the UKC Griffiths
Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research, University College London, Mortimer Market Centre, off Capper Street, London WC1E6JB, UK
Sex Transm Infect 84:395-9. 2008..We aimed to assess acceptability of different one-stop shop models (a young people's, an all ages (mainstream) and a general practice service) of sexual health provision among different community groups...