Dr Henrietta Williams is a sexual health physician who combines her clinical work at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre with her role as Sexual Health Specialisation Co-ordinator in the Masters of Public Health and the co-ordinator of the Graduate Certificate of Sexual Health both at Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. She teaches teaches the 4 dedicated sexual health subjects in public health and also supervises MPH students ( as well as others) in their research projects.
She also teaches into the MD.
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Human Papillomavirus Prevalence in Unvaccinated Heterosexual Men After a National Female V..
Concordance of chlamydia infections of the rectum and urethra in same-sex male partnership..
Characteristics of adenovirus urethritis among heterosexual men and men who have sex with ..
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Human Papillomavirus Prevalence in Unvaccinated Heterosexual Men After a National Female Vaccination Program
Dorothy A Machalek, Eric PF Chow, Suzanne M Garland, Rebecca Wigan, Alyssa M Cornall, Christopher K Fairley, John M Kaldor, Jane S Hocking, Henrietta Williams, Anna McNulty, Charlotte Bell, Lewis Marshall, Catriona Ooi, Marcus Y Chen, Sepehr N Tabrizi
Journal article | 2017 | Journal of Infectious Diseases
Concordance of chlamydia infections of the rectum and urethra in same-sex male partnerships: a cross-sectional analysis
Vincent J Cornelisse, Christopher J Sherman, Jane S Hocking, Henrietta Williams, Lei Zhang, Marcus Y Chen, Catriona S Bradshaw, Clare Bellhouse, Christopher K Fairley, Eric PF Chow
Journal article | 2017 | BMC Infectious Diseases
Characteristics of adenovirus urethritis among heterosexual men and men who have sex with men: a review of clinical cases
Geethani R Samaraweera, Katherine Garcia, Julian Druce, Henrietta Williams, Catriona S Bradshaw, Christopher K Fairley, Eric PF Chow, Ian M Denham, Timothy RH Read, Marcus Y Chen
Journal article | 2016 | Sexually Transmitted Infections
Views of HIV-negative partners in heterosexual serodiscordant relationships regarding HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis: a qualitative study
Joana RSP Falcao, Catriona C Bradshaw, Cameryn C Garrett, Jade E Bilardi, Marcus Y Chen, Iryna Zablotska, Christopher K Fairley, Henrietta Williams
Journal article | 2016 | Sexual Health
Women's experiences of pelvic inflammatory disease: Implications for health-care professionals
Danielle Newton, Christine Bayly, Christopher K Fairley, Marcus Chen, Louise Keogh, Meredith Temple-Smith, Henrietta Williams, Kathleen McNamee, Jane Fisher, Dorothy Henning, Arthur Hsueh, Jane Hocking
Journal article | 2014 | Journal of Health Psychology
Key informant perceptions of youth-focussed sexual health promotion programs in Australia
Danielle Newton, Louise Keogh, Meredith Temple-Smith, Christopher K Fairley, Marcus Chen, Christine Bayly, Henrietta Williams, Kathleen McNamee, Dorothy Henning, Arthur Hsueh, Jane Fisher, Jane Hocking
Journal article | 2013 | Sexual Health
Replacement of conventional HIV testing with rapid testing: mathematical modelling to predict the impact on further HIV transmission between men
David P Wilson, Christopher K Fairley, Daniel Sankar, Henrietta Williams, Phillip Keen, Tim RH Read, Marcus Y Chen
Journal article | 2011 | Sexually Transmitted Infections
Sexually transmitted infections. Initiatives for prevention.
S Rachel Skinner, Amanda Parsons, Melissa Kang, Henrietta Williams, Christopher Fairley
Journal article | 2007 | International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health
Sexually transmissible infections (STIs) are responsible for a significant burden of disease in both developed and developing coun..
Improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health. A view from Australia: learning from world's best practice.
Henrietta Williams, Sandra Davidson
Journal article | 2004 | Sexual Health
There is increasing awareness worldwide of the importance of sexual and reproductive health in adolescents. Australia's high rates..
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
FACHSHM - Fellow of the Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine
FFSRH - Fellowship of Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
FRACGP - Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Senior Lecturer In Sexual Health (Shu)
Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health
Membership Of Faculty Offamily Planning And Reproductive Health Care
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Masters of Public Health
Doctor of Medicine
University of London