"I Do Feel Like a Scientist at Times": A Qualitative Study of the Acceptability of Molecular Point-Of-Care Testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea to Primary Care Professionals in a Remote High STI Burden Setting

Lisa Natoli, Rebecca Guy, Mark Douglas Shephard, Louise Causer, Steven G Badman, Belinda Hengel, Annie Tangey, James Ward, Tony Coburn, David Anderson, John M Kaldor, Lisa Maher, Basil Donovan, David P Wilson, David G. Regan, Handan Wand, David M Whiley, Sepehr N. Tabrizi, Christopher Fairley

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