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Key questions on sexually transmitted infections (1.5 CPD hours)

GUM physicians Dr David Barlow and Dr Helen Williams answer Dr Keith Hopcroft’s questions on managing STIs in primary care.

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GUM physicians Dr David Barlow and Dr Helen Williams answer Dr Keith Hopcroft's questions on managing STIs in primary care.

Learning objectives


This module will give a GP focused overview of diagnosing and managing common STIs, including:

  •     Identifying specific groups who are at particular risk
  •     Nucleic acid amplification tests (NAATs) for chlamydia and gonorrhoea
  •     Treating anogenital warts
  •     Which patients should be offered HIV testing
  •     Advising patients who present after a casual sexual encounter
  •     The role of STIs in male and female infertility
Author


Dr Helen Williams is a final year specialist registrar in GUM and HIV at St Thomas' Hospital, London.

Dr David Barlow is consultant in GUM at St Thomas' Hospital.

Dr Keith Hopcroft is a GP in Laindon, Essex

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