Under one roof? A population-based survey of patient use and preference for sexual health services
作者: Debra GrayCatherine H. MercerAnna GrahamRebecca S. FrenchChris Salisbury
作者单位: 11 Academic Unit of Primary Health Care , University of Bristol , Bristol , UK
2 2 Centre for Sexual Health & HIV Research , Research Department of Infection & Population Sciences , University College London , London , UK
3 3 Department of GUM , Royal Hallamshire Hospital , Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust , Sheffield , UK
刊名: Primary Health Care Research & Development, 2009, Vol.10 (3), pp.223-235
来源数据库: Cambridge University Press Journal
DOI: 10.1017/S1463423609001169
原始语种摘要: Aim To compare patterns of population service use and preference in areas with and without one-stop shop services. Background A number of strategy documents have recommended adopting a more integrated approach to sexual health service provision. One proposed model of integration is one-stop shops, where services for contraception and sexually transmitted infections are provided under the same roof. Currently, the potential impact of one-stop shop services on patient service use and preference is unclear, particularly at a population level. Method Three different models of one-stop shop were studied: a dedicated young persons’ service, a specialist mainstream service, and an enhanced general practice. In each model, the one-stop shop site was matched to two control sites with traditional...
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关键词翻译
  • preference 优选
  • sexual 两性的
  • provision 供应品
  • general 普遍的
  • specialist 专业人员
  • practice 实践
  • methodological 方法论的
  • control 控制
  • population 母体
  • multivariate 多元