Chlamydia Screening in Ireland: a pilot study of opportunistic screening for genital Chlamydia trachomatis infection in Ireland (2007-2009). Economic evaluation

Myles Balfe, Ruairi Brugha, Emer O'Connell, Deirdre Vaughan, Claire Coleman, Ronán Conroy, Martin Cormican, Margaret Fitzgerald, Catherine Fleming, Hannah McGee, Andrew Murphy, Grainne Ni Fhoghlu, Ciaran O'Neill & Paddy Gillespie
Economic Evaluation The aim of the economic evaluation was to examine the cost effectiveness of the two screening models tested in the Chlamydia Screening in Ireland Pilot (CSIP) study: (a) Clinical Setting screening, and (b) ’Pee-in-a-pot’ periodic screening in third level institution/college settings. The methodological approach comprised of a dynamic transmission model paired with an economic model. In both analyses, screening was compared to a control strategy of no organised screening, that is existing care...
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