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HTA - 07/43/01

The relative clinical and cost-effectiveness of three contrasting approaches to partner notification for curable sexually transmitted infections (STIs): a cluster randomised trial in primary care

Project title: The relative clinical and cost-effectiveness of three contrasting approaches to partner notification for curable sexually transmitted infections (STIs): a cluster randomised trial in primary care

Call to action: 07/43 Different approaches to partner notification in primary care

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Jackie CassellORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-0777-0385

Lead Author: Professor Jackie CassellORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0003-0777-0385

Contractor: University of Sussex

Cost: £768,630.48

Co-investigators: Dr Andrew Copas, Dr John Richens, Dr Mary Macintosh, Dr Peter White, Mr Merle Symonds, Professor Carrie Llewellyn, Professor Claudia Estcourt, Professor Greta Rait, Professor Helen Smith, Professor Tracy Roberts.

Started: January 2010 | Status: Published January 2015

ISRCTN: 24160819

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