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Differences in experiences of barriers to STI testing between clients of the internet-based diagnostic testing service GetCheckedOnline.com and an STI clinic in Vancouver, Canada
Anticipating the potential for positive uptake and adaptation in the implementation of a publicly funded online STBBI testing service: A qualitative analysis
Examining E-Loyalty in a Sexual Health Website: Cross-Sectional Study
Click yes to consent: Acceptability of incorporating informed consent into an internet-based testing program for sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections
Use of GetCheckedOnline, a comprehensive web-based testing service for sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections
Health Literacy, Sexual Health, and Gay Men: Current Perspectives
Client and Health Care Provider Perspectives on an Online Partner Notification Toolkit
Obtaining informed consent through an internet-based HIV/STI testing service
Health care provider perspectives on internet-based testing for sexually transmitted infections in British Columbia
Health equity and GetChecked: How can we make an online testing service that works for everyone?
“Mini dial-a-Nurses” and “Good Brands”: What are the desirable characteristics of online HIV/STI risk calculators?
The cost-effectiveness of Get Checked Online vs. clinic-based testing for the screening of HIV in gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in Metro Vancouver
Tensions in how potential users and service providers perceive the utility and acceptability of online HIV/STI Risk Self-Assessment tools
Incorporating sexual health survey and clinical data to predict the impact of testing among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in Vancouver, Canada
Differences in reported testing barriers between clients of an online STBBI testing service and a provincial STI clinic in Vancouver, Canada
GetCheckedOnline: Improving digital public health?
If you build it, will they come? The launch of Get Checked Online, BC’s internet-based STI/HIV testing service
Navigating the New Frontier: Developing Online Sexual Health Services for BC