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* 1. What rapid infection diagnostics testing do you do in your setting 24/7 with results available within 2 hours directly from patient's specimen (so if it requires a bacterial strain it does not count as rapid)? (please tick as appropriate)

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* 2. Do you have other "rapid infection diagnostic testing" that does not fit the above criteria?

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* 3. If you do not have rapid infection diagnostic testing, what are the barriers?

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* 4. Who is performing (doing) the rapid infection diagnostic test(s)?

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* 5. How do you communicate rapid infection diagnostic testing results to requesters / clinicians?

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* 6. Do you measure impact of rapid infection diagnostic testing?

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* 7. What impact do you measure?

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* 8. Who is responsible for governance related issues and quality controls of rapid diagnostic tests and results?

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* 9. Do you have any recommendations for when and what rapid diagnostic test should be available in your setting? Or do you want to share any impact on your rapid diagnostics tests? (Please list)

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* 10. Please provide the following information (optional)

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