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Agreement in Reported Sexual Partnership Dates and Implications for Measuring Concurrency
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Objectives: To describe the reliability of reported dates of first and last sexual exposure, as elicited from sexually transmitted disease/ human immunodeficiency virus cases during routine contact investigation, and determine their adequacy for assessing concurrency. Methods: We used contact tracing data from 5 studies in which both members of 774 dyads were interviewed and named each other as sex partners. We assessed partners' agreement on the dates of first and last exposure as related todoi:10.1097/01.olq.0000204746.58160.c1 pmid:16641820 fatcat:ybyeeesrjva4vfkx4iq2z2ot2i