Under one roof? A population-based survey of patient use and preference for sexual health services

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Gray, D.; Mercer, C.; Graham, A.; Salisbury, C.; The One-Stop Shop Project Team;
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Aim: To compare patterns of population service use and preference in areas with and without one-stop shop services. \ud Background: A number of strategy documents have\ud recommended adopting a more integrated approach to sexual health service provision.One proposed mod... View more
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