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Table 2 Awareness, use and perceived impact of resources (n = 431; GPs = 214; PNs = 217)

From: Healthcare reform: implications for knowledge translation in primary care

  STI testing tool (%) Online STI testing tool GP training (%) Active learning module (%) Check booklet (%) Practice nurse postcard (%) Online STI practice nurse training (%)
Aware of resource 61.7 23.4 12.4 50.5 38.2 50.2
Used resource 71.7 28.3 29.2 53.5 63.5 18.7
Assisted clinical practice 85.6 83.3 100.0 86.8 63.0 82.4
Improved ability to raise sexual healthcare/contact tracing with patients 68.5 81.8 100.0    
Improved ability to identity/order appropriate STI tests 80.0 83.3 83.3    
Improved knowledge     90.2   
Improved ability to document brief sexual history    83.3 88.5   
Improved ability to identify at-risk patients    83.3    81.3
Improved ability to diagnose/treat common STIs    85.7    
Improved ability to undertake and claim for pap smears and preventative checks      63.8  
Improved ability to identify who should be tested for chlamydia      76.6  
Improved ability to test for chlamydia      68.9  
Improved ability to document brief sexual history      72.3 87.5
Improved knowledge of chlamydia treatment and prevention      67.4  
Improved ability to perform contact tracing       62.5
Improved ability to consult patients about testing, treating and preventing STIs       70.6