Internet Based Testing

Interventions

Get Checked Online

Studies

Optimizing the impact of internet-based testing for the control of HIV and sexually transmitted infections among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men

GetCheckedBC: Developing new knowledge to inform the province-wide implementation of an online STI/HIV testing service for youth

Factors affecting the implementation & scalability of online sexual health services

Impact of an Integrated Internet-based Testing Program for HIV and STI in British Columbia

Online STI testing & youth

Publications

Differences in reported testing barriers between clients of an online STBBI testing service and a provincial STI clinic in Vancouver, Canada

Investigating selection bias: cross-sample comparison of gay and bisexual men concurrently recruited from an STI clinic, sex-seeking apps, and a pride event in British Columbia, Canada

No differences in knowledge of key HIV test concepts between users of an online STI testing service and in-clinic testers in Vancouver, Canada

High satisfaction with and loyalty to GetCheckedOnline.com among first-time users of an online STI testing service in British Columbia, Canada

A qualitative analysis of testing preferences among youth and men who have sex with men using an online HIV/STI testing service in Vancouver, Canada

Reach and acceptability of an online HIV/STI testing service among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men living in British Columbia, Canada

Differences in uptake, characteristics, and testing history of clients of GetCheckedOnline during scale-up to urban, suburban and rural communities in British Columbia, Canada

Scaling up an online STI and HIV testing program in British Columbia

GetCheckedOnline: Improving digital public health?

Click yes to consent: Acceptability of incorporating informed consent into an internet-based testing program for sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections