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STI/BBV testing tool for asymptomatic people

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NSW STI Programs Unit, ASHM & Qld. Govt.,  2019
This resource has charts and information about how routine STI/BBV testing can be offered, who to, and how to follow up.
Developed by NSW STI Programs Unit, NSW Australia, and reproduced with permission by the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, ASHM and Communicable Diseases Branch.

Download PDF here: sti-bbv-testing-tool

 
 

STI/HIV testing tool for GPs and other primary care clinicians – updated

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NSW STI Programs Unit, August 2017 The STI/HIV Testing Tool for GPs and other primary care clinicians has been updated. The tool shows how to: • Offer routine STI/HIV testing in different consultations • Conduct a brief risk assessment (sexual history) • Conduct routine STI/HIV testing • Conduct contact tracing • Access available resources and additional support Based on the Australian STI...

STI & BBV Testing Tool for GPs in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services

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NSW Health, May 2016 The Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of NSW (AH&MRC) and the NSW STI Programs Unit (NSW STIPU) have released a new resource for GPs and other professionals in NSW working with Aboriginal people around sexual health. The tool includes information on when to consider STI and blood borne virus testing, as well as information on contact tracing. Download tool...

Prevalence of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and trichomonas in Aboriginal Australians

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Prevalence of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and trichomonas in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians: a systematic review and meta-analysis Sexual Health – , Submitted: 25 August 2015  Accepted: 5 November 2015   Published online: 18 January 2016 Abstract: Higher notification rates of sexually transmissible infections (STIs) are reported among Aboriginal and Torres Strait...

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