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

A cohort study comparing rate of repeat testing for sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections between clients of an internet-based testing programme and of sexually transmitted infection clinics in Vancouver, Canada

Regional differences in STI testing barriers among online testers in British Columbia, Canada

Regional differences in use of GetCheckedOnline and client characteristics across British Columbia, Canada

The impact of including throat and rectal swabs for chlamydia and gonorrhea testing online in British Columbia, Canada

Validating a clinical prediction rule for chlamydia and gonorrhea infection among online testers in British Columbia, Canada

Assessing the Impact of a Social Marketing Campaign on Program Outcomes for Users of an Internet-Based Testing Service for Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections: Observational Study

Post-test comparison of HIV test knowledge and changes in sexual risk behaviour between clients accessing HIV testing online versus in-clinic

Qualitative analysis of the experiences of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men who use GetCheckedOnline.com: a comprehensive internet-based diagnostic service for HIV and other STIs

Stigma associated with sexually transmissible infection testing in an online testing environment: examining the perspectives of youth in Vancouver, Canada

Can we do it online? Validating a clinical prediction rule for chlamydia and gonorrhea infection among internet-based testers in British Columbia