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PS6: Alternative approaches

 

PS6/01
Home delivered Dried blood spot testing vs conventional follow up - Assessing the impact on screening uptake for Household contacts of Hepatitis B infected pregnant women across two London trusts, Philip Keel
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PS6/02
Pilot HCV rapid testing project among men who have sex with men (MSM), CheckList Project, Lisbon, Portugal, Miguel Rocha
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PS6/03
Feasibility of joint HIV, HBV and HCV testing offered routinely by general practitioners during one week in two French counties in 2012, Catherine Fagard
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PS6/04
Screening for viral hepatitis among immigrants in Barcelona: Comparison of two recruitment strategies. A pilot study of the HEPscreen Project, Manuel Fernández Quevedo
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PS6/05
Health service-based HIV testing and counselling: a review of European guidelines, Stephen Bell
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