ENHANCED PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
Grant number: 1136117 | Funding period: 2018 - 2022
The entire developed world is witnessing dramatic increases in bacterial sexually transmitted infections (STIs), the likes of which have not been seen since prior to the emergence of the HIV epidemic in the 1980s. My vision is to reduce the burden of STIs by identifying innovative, cost-effective approaches to STI prevention and management that are acceptable to the populations affected (including healthcare workers and people are risk of STIs) and able to be implemented on a broad scale.
Related publications (3)
An open-label, parallel-group, randomised controlled trial of antiseptic mouthwash versus antibiotics for oropharyngeal gonorrhoea treatment (OMEGA2)
Eric PF Chow, Kate Maddaford, Jane S Hocking, Catriona S Bradshaw, Rebecca Wigan, Marcus Y Chen, Benjamin P Howden, Deborah A Williamson, Christopher K Fairley
New treatments for oropharyngeal gonorrhoea are required to address rising antimicrobial resistance. We aimed to examine the effic..
Age, ethnic and travel-related disparities in kissing and sexual practices among heterosexual men in Melbourne, Australia
Finley J Charleson, Christopher K Fairley, Jane S Hocking, Lenka A Vodstrcil, Catriona S Bradshaw, Eric PF Chow
<jats:p> Background The kissing practices of heterosexual men are not well understood, despite the potential of kissing to be a s..
Gathering data for decisions: best practice use of primary care electronic records for research
Rachel Canaway, Douglas IR Boyle, Jo-Anne E Manski-Nankervis, Jessica Bell, Jane S Hocking, Ken Clarke, Malcolm Clark, Jane M Gunn, Jon D Emery
Summary In Australia, there is limited use of primary health care data for research and for data linkage between health care sett..