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From: Should young people be paid for getting tested? A national comparative study to evaluate patient financial incentives for chlamydia screening

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Average Chlamydia screening coverage in exposed and unexposed PCTs in the quarter before and during the incentive time. Bars depict 95% confidence intervals In the multivariable analysis we adjusted for the deprivation of the PCT (IMD quintile) (Table 3). Adjusting for these variables, the average screening rate change was 0.43% greater in PCTs which had used incentives compared to those that had not (p = 0.03).

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