2015 World STI & HIV Congress and Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference
 

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Name Title of Presentation
Poster 
Number
Theme
Kat Byron Deadly Sexy Health; Sexual Sealth Promotion in the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Setting P01.01 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Bradley Whitton a regional sexual and reproductive health campaign providing clinical education and health promotion activites in 2015 for Aboriginal Health Services and communities in the western district of Victoria P01.02 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Brent Mackie Developing a campaign to encourage Aboriginal Gay men to access HIV rapid testing. P01.03 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Marisa Gilles Equity in health care delivers the goods P01.05 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Sabina Wagle Roles of NGOs/CSOs in HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support for mobile population in greater Mekong sub-regions/ASEAN countries. P01.06 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Judith Dean Young Sudanese Queenslanders's sexual health knowledge and behaviours may place them at risk - culturally informed sexuality education is needed. P01.07 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Catherine MacPhail Structural and Contextual Factors in the Sexual Health of Adolescent Aboriginal Australians: A Systematic Review P01.08 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Thomas Gift Trends in Selected Measures of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Gonorrhea and Syphilis in the United States, 1981-2012 P01.09 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Quang Tran HIV/STI Infections and Risk Behavior Among Dao Ethnic People In 2006 And 2012 in Viet Nam P01.10 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Sonali Wayal Understanding the greater burden of STIs among Black Caribbeans in the UK: evidence from a systematic review P01.11 Sexual health of Indigenous and minority ethnic populations
Sonali Wayal Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Control Trials of Interactive Digital Interventions for Sexual Health Promotion P02.01 New media in STI prevention
Mary Florance Another Digi-Gap! Integrating Multifaceted Triaging Approaches to Assist and Speed Technological Transition to Electronic Medical Documentation and Booking Systems P02.02 New media in STI prevention
Mark Gilbert "Click Yes to Consent": Can we Achieve Informed Consent for Online Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections? P02.03 New media in STI prevention
Mark Gilbert Acceptability of online resources for STI partner notification: who would use what in the toolkit? P02.04 New media in STI prevention
Mark Gilbert Sexual Health Literacy - An Emerging Framework for Research and Intervention to Improve Sexual Health for Gay Men P02.05 New media in STI prevention
Khine Soe Lin Identities in Motion: Cyberspace and Myanmar men having sex with men P02.06 New media in STI prevention
Yu-Hsiang Hsieh Utilization of risk score tool of internet I Want the Kit (IWTK) home self-collection program for STIs in males P02.07 New media in STI prevention
Elizabeth Fearon Age of friends and norms about sexual behaviour are associated with HIV and HSV-2 status amongst young South African women in the HPTN 068 study P03.01 Adolescent sexual health
Adekemi Sekoni STI and HIV knowledge, prevalence and related behavior among young female traders in an urban slum in Lagos Nigeria P03.02 Adolescent sexual health
Margaret Hammerschlag
Seroprevalence of Chlamydia Trachomatis in American Children and Adolescents - Implications for Vaccine Development

P03.03 adolescent sexual health
Margaret Hammerschlag The impact of universal Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) screening during pregnancy on seroepidemiology of chlamydial infection in children, 1991-2013 P03.04 adolescent sexual health
Lucy Watchirs Smith Chlamydia Re-Testing at Sexual Health Clinics has increased but further Initiatives are Needed for Young People P03.05 adolescent sexual health
Oluwagbemiga Adeyemi Sexual Exchanges and Coercion among Undergraduate Students in Nigeria: Implications for Sexually Transmitted Infections P03.06 Adolescent sexual health
Opeyemi Agbaje Mitigating the Impact of HIV/AIDS among in and out of school youth through peer education using Family  Life HIV Education in Federal Capital Territory Abuja Nigeria P03.07 Adolescent sexual health
Suresh Badhan Prevailing myths and misconceptions and effect of intervention in changing the attitude of secondary school students of South Delhi regarding HIV/AIDS and positive persons. P03.08 Adolescent sexual health
Michelle Bonner Implementing Sexual Health 'Spaced Education' for Undergraduate Medical Students in New South Wales, Australia P03.09 Adolescent sexual health
Emily Wheeler Working Together- Primary Health Care Nurses Taking the Lead in Sexual Health Care P03.10 Adolescent sexual health
Hayley Denison Knowledge about sexually transmitted infections among a New Zealand university population P03.11 Adolescent sexual health
Hayley Denison Recruiting to sexual health studies: possible strategies identified through focus group discussions P03.12 Adolescent sexual health
Patricia Dittus The Project Connect parental monitoring intervention: Population-level effects on adolescent perceptions of parental enforcement of family rules P03.13 Adolescent sexual health
Suzanna Francis High prevalence of Lactobacillis Crispatus among adolescent girls attending secondary schools in Tanzania P03.14 Adolescent sexual health
Rachel Fuller Peer Education in Practice: An Example of a Youth-led Sexual Health Program P03.15 Adolescent sexual health
Suzanne Garland Sexual Abuse Reported by Young Australian Women P03.16 Adolescent sexual health
Sandra Gregson The Victorian Aboriginal Medical Service (VAHS) conducted a young people's sexual health and sexually transmissable infections and blood borne virus (STI/BBV) knowledge, attitudes and behaviour survey in 2014 P03.17 Adolescent sexual health
Muhammad Hoque knowledge regarding hiv/aids and views on hiv testing before marrying migrant workers among rural higher secondary school students in bangladesh P03.18 Adolescent sexual health
Linnet Masese Screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections in Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Mombasa, Kenya P03.19 adolescent sexual health
Pratima Mittal High Risk Factors and their Association with SexuHally Transmitted Infections among Asymptomatic Pregnant Adolescent P03.20 adolescent sexual health
Meagan Roberts Be safe. stay well: four videos to educate international students on sexual health and staying safe in Australia P03.21 Adolescent sexual health
Meagan Roberts Infection Protection: The development of an interactive, online game to educate young people about sexual health and relationships P03.22 Adolescent sexual health
Ni Wayan Septarini Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection risk behaviours among school students in the capital city of a famous travel destination, Bali P03.23 Adolescent sexual health
Deepak Sharma Effect of media on adolescent girls "HIV/AIDS comprehensive knowledge" and "stigmatizing attitude" towards people living with HIV/AIDS P03.24 Adolescent sexual health
Solomon Sisay Perception of High School Students on Risk for Acquiring HIV and Utilization of Voluntary Counseling and Testing  Service for HIV in Debre-Berhan Town, Ethiopia: A Quantitative Cross-Sectional Study P03.25 Adolescent sexual health
George Wanje Parents' and Teachers' Views on Adolescents' Sexual Health to Inform the Development of a Screening Intervention for Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Qualitative Study P03.26 Adolescent sexual health
Devon Haag Similarities and Differences in Perceptions of Models for Online Partner Notification for Sexually Transmitted Infections: Potential Users Versus Care Providers P04.01 Partners, places and STI risk
Marc Steben Partner Notification in North America: a historical account P04.02 Partners, places and STI risk
Wei Sheng Tan Which partner notification method do patients prefer? Results of a patient preference survey at the national STI clinic in Singapore P04.03 Partners, places and STI risk
Sarah Huffam Chlamydia infection in males and females reporting sex with partners with chlamydia. P04.04 Partners, places and STI risk
Krishneel Dutt High prevalence of rectal gonorrhoea among men reporting contact with men with gonorrhoea: implications for epidemiological treatment P04.05 Partners, places and STI risk
Jason Wong Partner number and outcomes of partner notification among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men with infectious syphilis in British Columbia, Canada P04.06 Partners, places and STI risk
Vincent Cornelisse "Summer Loving": An Analysis of Seasonal Differences in Sexual Behaviour and Sexually Transmissible Infections" P04.07 Partners, places and STI risk
Errol Fields Sex Partner Meeting Venues and HIV Transmission Risk Factors among Newly Diagnosed HIV-Infected Urban MSM: Implications for Targeted Control Strategies P04.08 Partners, places and STI risk
Hanne Harbison Association of gender of sexual partners with women's sexually transmitted infection risk P04.09 Partners, places and STI risk
Ryosuke Omori The link between population sexual behavior and HIV prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa P04.10 Partners, places and STI risk
Ryosuke Omori Estimation of non-cohabiting sex partnering in sub-Saharan Africa P04.11 Partners, places and STI risk
Steve Simpson, Jr. Front-to-back wiping and dabbing behaviours post-toilet are significantly associated with anal neoplasia & HR-HPV carriage in women with a previous HPV-mediated gynaecological neoplasia P04.12 Partners, places and STI risk
Steve Simpson, Jr. The sexual health literacy of the student population of the University of Tasmania: results of the RUSSL study P04.13 Partners, places and STI risk
Jennie Connor Prevalence and consistency of opinions on same-sex partnerships over 12 years in a New Zealand birth cohort P04.14 Partners, places and STI risk
Anna Yeung Sexual behaviour & STI testing/reporting down under: findings from the second Australian study of health and relationships P04.15 Partners, places and STI risk
Anna Yeung "It opened my eyes" - GPs' opinions on the Australian Chlamydia Control Effectiveness Pilot (ACCEPt) P04.16 Partners, places and STI risk
Alison Noris 
Intravaginal practices among rural Malawian women

P04.17 Partners, places and STI risk
Alison Noris
Are Intravaginal Practices Associated with Precancerous Lesions and HPV Infection?

P04.18 Partners, places and STI risk
Jennie Connor Alcohol involvement in sexual behaviour and adverse sexual health outcomes from 26 to 38 years of age. P04.19 Partners, places and STI risk
Dennis Fortenberry Incident Sexually Transmitted Infection and Post-Infection Partner Change P04.20 Partners, places and STI risk
Dennis Fortenberry
Event-Level Analysis of Condom Use and Love during Transactional Vaginal Intercourse among Women Living in the Midwestern United States

P04.21 Partners, places and STI risk
Jacky Jennings Sex Partner Meeting Places Over Time Among Newly HIV Diagnosed Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) In Baltimore, Maryland P04.22 Partners, places and STI risk
Catherine Mercer Mind the gap! Biological and behavioural concurrency and their potential for STI transmission in the British population. P04.23 Partners, places and STI risk
Marjan Meshkati Evaluation of Prevalence of STIS between Women Referred to Counseling and Harm Reduction Center for Vulnerable Women” in Isfahan – IRAN 2014" P04.24 Partners, places and STI risk
Puneet Misra Sexual Health problems among adult males of North India: A community based study P04.25 Partners, places and STI risk
Achyuta Nori Robustness of Capturing Behavioural and Sexual Lifestyle Data for a Complex Clinical Study Using Internet-Based Computer Assisted Self-Interview P04.26 Partners, places and STI risk
Milan Satcher Partner-Level Associated Factors for Insertive and Receptive Condomless Anal Intercourse among Transgender Women in Lima, Peru P04.27 Partners, places and STI risk
Milan Satcher Exploring Contextual Differences for Receptive and Insertive Role Strain among Transgender Women and Men Who Have Sex With Men in Lima, Peru P04.28 Partners, places and STI risk
Wei Guo Relationship between Cigarette Smoking and Health Risk Behaviors among Chinese Youth: Findings from a National Survey P04.29 Partners, places and STI risk
Nikki Jeal A systematic review of interventions to reduce illicit drug use in female drug-dependent street sex workers P04.30 Partners, places and STI risk
Faridoon Qayoumi STUDY AMONG INJECTABLE DRUGS USERS (IDUs) P04.31 Partners, places and STI risk
Carol Reid Motivational interviewing for people with chronic viral hepatitis and who drink alcohol: a randomised controlled trial. P04.32 Partners, places and STI risk
Uma Chaudhry Drug target to inhibitor (DT2I) approach of combating increasing drug resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae. P05.01 Antimicrobial resistance
Tania Crucitti Neisseria Gonorrhoeae strain types and antibiotic susceptibility in Belgium: national data from 2013 P05.02 Antimicrobial resistance
Tania Crucitti Performance of Two Enzyme and One Strip Immune Assay for the Detection of IgM anti-Treponema pallidum Antibodies. P05.03 Antimicrobial resistance
Paula Dixon Antimicrobial Susceptibilities of Persons with Gonorrhea at Multiple Sites are Accurately Reflected by Urogenital Specimens P05.04 Antimicrobial resistance
I Putu Yuda Hananta Neisseria Gonorrhoeae in Indonesia: Prevalence and Antimicrobial Susceptibility among STI Clinics Patients in Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Denpasar P05.05 Antimicrobial resistance
I Putu Yuda Hananta Prolonged Infection of Pharyngeal Gonorrhea after Treatment with Ceftriaxone P05.06 Antimicrobial resistance
Neeraj Mahajan Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Multiantigen Sequence Typing (NG-MAST) of Isolates Collected from STD Patients in Delhi, India P05.07 Antimicrobial resistance
Sunanta Nabu Beta-Lactam Antibiotics Induce Protein Expression Changes in Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Revealed by a Proteomic Approach P05.08 Antimicrobial resistance
Magnus Unemo Phenotypic, Genetic and Genomic Characterization of The 2015 WHO Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Reference Strains for Quality Assurance of Laboratory Investigations Globally P05.09 Antimicrobial resistance
Klaus Jensen Antimicrobial Resistance of Neisseria Gonorrhoea in Germany, Results from the Gonococcal Resistance Network (GORENET) P05.10 Antimicrobial resistance
Ryoichi Hamasuna Antimicrobial Susceptibility of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Strains from Male Urethritis in Japan: Surveillance at 2012-2013 P05.11 Antimicrobial resistance
Ryoichi Hamasuna Analysis of Bacterial Flora of the Urine Specimens from Male Patients with Urethritis by the Clone Library Method Based on the 16s Rrna Gene P05.12 Antimicrobial resistance
Damon Getman Prevalence and Anatomical Distribution of Mycoplasma genitalium Macrolide Resistance Markers from Subjects Enrolled in a Multi-center US Clinical Study P05.13 Antimicrobial resistance
Bronwyn Joubert Minimum inhibitory concentrations of metronidazole and tinidazole against trichomonas vaginalis P05.14 Antimicrobial resistance
Valentina Dona Ureaplasma spp. Isolated from genital samples in Switzerland: susceptibility patterns, resistance genes, and sequence type distribution P05.15 Antimicrobial resistance
Hanneke Borgdorff The vaginal microbiome of women residing in Amsterdam: association with ethnicity. P06.01 Genital microbiome
Hanneke Borgdorff The cervicovaginal microbiome before and after HIV-seroconversion P06.02 Genital microbiome
Catriona Bradshaw Increased G. vaginalis clade diversity is associated with penile vaginal sex and bacterial vaginosis P06.03 Genital microbiome
Vicky Jespers Gardnerella vaginalis presence in vaginal dysbiosis: A secondary analysis P06.04 Genital microbiome
Jordan Karanja Kyongo
Dynamics of Vaginal Immune Correlates and Microbiota in Women from Sub-Saharan Africa

P06.05 Genital microbiome
Bing Ma Azythromycin treatment for Chlamydia trachomatis is associated with vaginal microbiota lacking protective Lactobacillus spp. P06.06 Genital microbiome
Jason Bell The Effects of Contraception on The Vaginal Microbiota P06.07 Genital microbiome
May Beamer The Association between Free Glycogen in the Vaginal Fluid and Colonization by Lactobacilli P06.08 Genital microbiome
Laura Breshears Lactobacillus Crispatus Inhibits Growth of Gardnerella Vaginalis and Neisseria Gonorrhoeae on a Porcine Vaginal Mucosa Model P06.09 Genital microbiome
Gilda Tachedjian Lactic Acid Dampens Inflammatory Responses Elicited by Microbial TLR Agonists from Vaginal and Cervical Epithelial Cells P06.10 Genital microbiome
Jennifer Balkus The impact of periodic presumptive treatment for vaginal infections on the vaginal microbiome among women participating in the Preventing Vaginal Infections trial P06.11 Genital microbiome
Melissa Herbst-Kralovetz Human IL-36 Gamma as an Indicator of Vaginal Infection and Promoter of Mucosal Inflammation P06.12 Genital microbiome
Shaun Barnabas Inflammatory cytokine biomarkers identify women with asymptomatic genital infections that increase the risk of HIV infection P06.13 Genital microbiome
Cathy Watson The Effect Of Sexual Intercourse on Vaginal Colonisation of Candida P06.14 Genital microbiome
Sepehr Tabrizi The Stability of the Vaginal Microbiome in Relation to New Sexual Experiences P06.15 Genital microbiome
sepehr Tabrizi Mycoplasma Genitalium Testing Pattern and Infection Rates Over a Six Year Period in Melbourne, Australia P07.01 STI/ HIV diagnosis
sepehr Tabrizi Evaluation of the Hologic Transcription Mediated Amplification Assay for Detection of Mycoplasma Genitalium from Urine Samples P07.02 STI/ HIV diagnosis
David Pearce Clinical Performance Evaluation of A New, Rapid Point-Of-Care System For Detecting Chlamydia Trachomatis P07.03 STI/HIV diagnosis
Louise Causer New Molecular Point-Of-Care Test Improves Timeliness of Treatment for Chlamydia Trachomatis (CT) and Neisseria Gonorrhoea (NG) in a Remote Aboriginal Health Clinic P07.04 STI/HIV diagnosis
Sunil Sethi Utility of pooled urine samples for detection of Chlamydia trachomatis infection in asymptomatic pregnant  women  in northern India P07.05 STI/HIV diagnosis
Ruth Mackay A Low Cost, Hand-Held Point of Care Molecular Diagnostic Device for Sexually Transmitted Infections P07.06 STI/HIV diagnosis
Elisa Mokany Multiplexing STI causing pathogens using PlexPCRTM: superior multiplexing capability P07.07 STI/HIV diagnosis
Daman Saluja Designing of Molecular Beacon Based Polymerase Chain Reaction Method as an Unconventional Low Cost Diagnostic Assay for Sexually Transmitted Diseases P07.08 STI/HIV diagnosis
Lisa Cosentino A Validation Study of the Cepheid Xpert CT/NG for Detecting Chlamydia Trachomatis and Neisseria Gonorrhoeae in Rectal Samples P07.09 STI/HIV diagnosis
Daniel Golparian Evaluation of the New BD MAX GC Real Time PCR Assay, Analytically and as a Supplementary rest to the BD ProbeTec GC Qx Amplified DNA Assay, for Molecular Setection of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae P07.10 STI/HIV diagnosis
Christiane Honisch Whole Genome Sequencing Characterization of a Unique Neisseria strain Generating a Positive Result with the cobas® CT/NG Test P07.11 STI/HIV diagnosis
Melanie Bissessor Factors influencing the detection of neisseria gonorrhoeae from the tonsils and posterior oropharynx P07.12 STI/HIV diagnosis
Jeremy Chow Detection of Treponema Pallidum DNA from Whole Blood and Earlobe Specimens in Patients from Two STI Clinics in Lima, Peru P07.13 STI/HIV diagnosis
Jane Nicholls Aptima TV NAAT Performance in GUM Clinic and Primary Care in the UK P07.14 STI/HIV diagnosis
Leyna Chunaifa Reability and Validity on Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) Screening among Sexual Workers- Baturraden, Banyumas District, Central Java, Indonesia 2014 P07.15 STI/HIV diagnosis
Liselotte Hardy A Fruitful Alliance: the Synergy between Atopobium vaginae and Gardnerella vaginalis in Bacterial Vaginosis-Associated Biofilm P07.16 STI/HIV diagnosis
Wei-Ming Gu Changes of biomarkers in a MSM HIV infection indicate the requirements of both antigen and antibody tests for early diagnosis P07.17 STI/HIV diagnosis
Max Chernesky Ease, Comfort and Performance of a Novel HerSwab Vaginal Self-sampling Device for the Detection of C. trachomatis and N. gonorrhoeae P07.18 STI/HIV diagnosis
Celine Langendorf Added Value of a Novel Dual Treponemal/Non-Treponemal Rapid Diagnostic Test For Syphilis among Pregnant Women P07.19 STI/HIV diagnosis
Claire Bristow Field Evaluation of a Dual Rapid Diagnostic Test for HIV infection and Syphilis in Port-au-Prince, Haiti P07.20 STI/HIV diagnosis
Claire Bristow  Serum cytokine analysis among patients with and without early syphilis infection P07.21 STI/HIV diagnosis
John Osiecki Performance Characteristics of an Automated Assay on the Cobas® 4800 System to Detect Herpes Simplex Virus from Genital Lesion Specimens with the Cobas® HSV 1 and 2 Test P07.22 STI/HIV diagnosis
John Osiecki Evaluation of the cobas® HSV 1 and 2 Test for the detection of HSV from clinician-collected anogenital lesion swab specimens compared with ELVIS® HSV ID and D³ Typing Test and Sanger Sequencing P07.23 STI/HIV diagnosis
John Osiecki Predicted Inclusivity and Specificity of The Cobas® 4800 CT/NG Test Through Global Surveillance Monitoring P07.24 STI/HIV diagnosis
John Osiecki Comparison of cobas® HSV 1/2 Test, Quidel Lyraâ„¢ Direct HSV 1+2/VZV, BD ProbeTecTM HSV 1/2 Qx Assay and Sanger Sequencing Using Clinician-collected Anogenital Lesion Swabs P07.25 STI/HIV diagnosis
Tania Sadlon Evaluation of a Novel Transcription Mediated Amplification Assay for the Detection of Herpes Simplex Virus from Clinical Samples P07.26 STI/HIV diagnosis
Terri Warren Performance of HerpeSelect ELISA for diagnosis of HSV-1 and HSV-2 infection in a clinical setting P07.27 STI/HIV diagnosis
Mary Louise Kamb
Syphilis testing in antenatal care: policies and practices among laboratories in the Americas

P07.28 STI/HIV diagnosis
Michael O'Reilly Point of Care Testing (POCT) for HIV; can venipuncture be avoided for Syphilis? P07.29 STI/HIV diagnosis
Xiaojun Meng Impact of expanded screening on the detection of HIV and syphilis in Wuxi, China P07.30 STI/HIV diagnosis
Stephen Jordan Characterizing CD4+ and CD8+ T-Cell Responses by Intracellular Cytokine Staining in Women with and without Chlamydia Trachomatis Reinfection P08.01 Chlamydia infections
Bronwyn Joubert Chlamydia trachomatis causes mitochondrial damage in keratinocytes P08.02 Chlamydia infections
Prashant Mishra Mining Genome of Chlamydia Trachomatis to Identify Vaccine Candidates P08.03 Chlamydia infections
Dorothy Patton Pathogenicity of plasmid positive and negative Chlamydia trachomatis in a macaque model of ocular and genital tract diseases P08.04 Chlamydia infections
Dorothy Patton Chlamydia trachomatis and Trichomonas vaginalis co-infection in the macaque model P08.05 Chlamydia infections
Jacques Ravel Lactic Acid Isomers Differentially Reduce Chlamydia Trachomatis Infection in a Ph Dependent Manner P08.06 Chlamydia infections
Yvonne Sweeney Chlamydia trachomatis cervical infection / rectal detection in the macaque model P08.07 Chlamydia infections
Yvonne Sweeney Expanding the macaque model of Trichomonas vaginalis infection P08.08 Chlamydia infections
Joanne Reekie Trends in chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing and positivity in Western Australian women, 1998-2013 P08.09 Chlamydia infections
Antoinette Righarts Chlamydia Trachomatis Infection in Samoan Women: Prevalence and Risk Factors P08.10 Chlamydia infections
Antoinette Righarts Chlamydia trachomatis incidence from self-reports and serology by gender, age-period, and partner numbers in a birth cohort P08.11 Chlamydia infections
Sarah Woodhall Insights into Chlamydia trachomatis cumulative incidence in the context of widespread opportunistic chlamydia screening in England: Seroprevalence study using sera from a nationally-representative household survey P08.12 Chlamydia infections
Sarah Woodhall What can probability surveys tell us about changes in chlamydia prevalence in Britain? Evidence from the National Surveys of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal) P08.13 Chlamydia infections
Helena Krutáková Lymphogranuloma Venereum in The Czech Republic P08.14 Chlamydia infections
Ruth Verbrugge Increasing number of lymphogranuloma venereum cases in Belgium: overview 2011-2014 P08.15 Chlamydia infections
Ruth Verbrugge Risk profile of patients diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) : a comparison of patients consulting general practices (GP) and specialised sexual health clinics (SHC) in Belgium, 2013-2014 P08.16 Chlamydia infections
William Geisler Influence of Chlamydia trachomatis organism load on reinfection risk P08.17 Chlamydia infections
Jane Goller Regional Variation in Emergency Department Presentation Rates of Chlamydia Related Morbidity in Australia P08.18 Chlamydia infections
Jane Goller Risk of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease from Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea among Australian Sexual Health Clinic Attendees P08.19 Chlamydia infections
Jane Goller Pathogen Negative Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: Is it PID? P08.20 Chlamydia infections
Nicola Low Sex and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: What’s The Relationship? Case-Control Study P08.21 Chlamydia infections
Nicola Low How High is High Risk? Sexual Behaviour and Chlamydia Infections in Women Attending Genitourinary Medicine Clinics P08.22 Chlamydia infections
Shruti Menon Sero-Epidemiological Assessment Indicates High Prevalence of C. Trachomatis in Samoan Women with Infertility P08.23 Chlamydia infections
Malcolm Price Alternative Evidence Sources Present A Consistent Picture of the Population Excess Fraction (PEF) of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Caused by Chlamydia Trachomatis Infection in England. P08.24 Chlamydia infections
Rachel Gorwitz Tubal factor infertility (TFI) epidemiology in infertility clinic patients P08.25 Chlamydia infections 
Rebecca Lorch The impact of education on Australian practice nurses’ knowledge and attitudes in relation to chlamydia testing: findings from the Australian Chlamydia Control Effectiveness Pilot (ACCEPt) P08.26 Chlamydia infections
Alannah Priddle Results of a 2014 QLD trial of pharmacy accessed testing for Chlamydia trachomatis via retail self-test uri swab postal specimen kits P08.27 Chlamydia infections
Emma Harding-Esch Patients continue to engage in risky sexual behaviour in the time period between being tested for Chlamydia and receiving test result and treatment P08.28 chlamydia infections
Emma Harding-Esch Web-tool to assess the cost-effectiveness of chlamydia point-of-care tests at the local level P08.29 Chlamydia infections
Jane Hocking
Chlamydia tests ordered, but not undertaken: socio-demographic and structural barriers in general practice

P08.30 Chlamydia infections
Clarissa Moreira Screening for Chlamydia Concurrently with a Routine Pap Test in Primary Care: Could Cervical Screening Changes Impact on Chlamydia Testing? P08.31 Chlamydia infections
Rendry Del Rosario
The Feasibility and Acceptability of Offering Opportunistic Chlamydia Screening in a Nurse-Led Primary Health Care Clinic

P08.32 Chlamydia infections
Fabian Kong Azithromycin pharmacokinetics and implications for extended doses for Chlamydia trachomatis  P08.33 Chlamydia infections
Christian Althaus
Number of Sex Acts Matters for Heterosexual Transmission and Control of Chlamydia Trachomatis

P08.34 Chlamydia infections
Bart Versteeg
Cluster Analysis of Chlamydia Trachomatis Strains Using Two Multilocus Sequence Typing Schemes Shows Differences in Discrimination of MSM Strains Versus Those Of Heterosexuals

P08.35 Chlamydia infections
Klaus Jansen Chlamydia trachomatis infection in women in Germany, 2008-2014 P08.36 Chlamydia infections
Katy Turner Epidemiological trends in chlamydia testing in Denmark 1991 To 2011: the Danish Chlamydia Study P08.37 Chlamydia infections
Katy Turner Cost-effectiveness of genital chlamydia testing in Scotland P08.38 Chlamydia infections
Katy Turner Cost-Effectiveness of Testing for Trichomonas vaginalis in genitourinary medicine clinics and primary care in England using Aptima TV NAAT P09.01 Bacterial and other curable STI
Patrick Horner Reattendance rates in men presenting with symptoms of urethritis - Can point of care testing for chlamydia and gonorrhoea improve outcomes? P09.02 Bacterial and other curable STI
Patrick Horner Treatment of Mycoplasma genitalium with azithromycin 1 g is less efficacious and associated with induction of macrolide resistance compared to a 5 day regimen P09.03 Bacterial and other curable STI
Charlotte van der Veer Trichomonas vaginalis and Mycoplasma genitalium: age-specific prevalence and disease burden in men attending a sexually transmitted infections clinic in Amsterdam, The Netherlands P09.04 Bacterial and otehr curable STI
Yan Han Unusually low prevalence of Mycoplasma genitalium and Trichomonas vaginalis in urine samples from Chinese women attending a center of prenatal diagnosis P09.05 Bacterial and other curable STI
Klaus Jansen High prevalence of genital infections with Mycoplasma genitalium in female sex workers reached at their working place in Germany: the STI-Outreach study P09.06 Bacterial and other curable STI
Klaus Jansen Prevalence of Mycoplasma Genitalium in Patients Visiting HIV Counselling Institutions in North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (STI-HIT Study) P09.07 Bacterial and other curable STI
Klaus Jansen Strong and ongoing increase of syphilis in MSM in Germany P09.08 Bacterial and other curable STI
Ben Hui Exploring the relationship between importation frequency and the persistence of gonorrhoea strains in an MSM population: a modelling study P09.09 Bacterial and other curable STI
Kate Seib The potential impact of vaccination on the prevalence of gonorrhea P09.10 Bacterial and other curable STI
Peter White Should we Screen for Mycoplasma Genitalium? Evidence Synthesis using a Transmission-Dynamic Model P09.11 Bacterial and other curable STI
Peter White Apparently-Different Clearance Rates from Cohort Studies of Mycoplasma Genitalium Are Consistent after Accounting for Incidence of (Re) Infection and Study Design P09.12 Bacterial and other curable STI
Peter White Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of Point-Of-Care Testing for Chlamydia: Accounting for Geographic Variation in Infection Burden and Testing Rates, Health Service Configuration, and Implementation Strategy P09.13 Bacterial and other curable STI
Laura Bachmann Implementation of Oral and Self-Collected Rectal Swabs for N. gonorrhoeae and C. Trachomatis Detection as a Component of Local Health Department Outreach Testing P09.14 Bacterial and other curable STI
Trang Nguyen Time to Clearance for Molecular Test-Of-Cure among Men Treated for Urethral, Pharyngeal, or Rectal Gonorrhea in San Francisco, 2013-2014 P09.15 Bacterial and other curable STI
Stephanie Taylor Isolation of Neisseria Meningitidis during a Gonorrhea Treatment Trial P09.16 Bacterial and other curable STI
Guoyu Tao Rectal Infection with N. Gonorrheae and C. Trachomatis in Men in the United States P09.17 Bacterial and other curable STI
Guoyu Tao
Suboptimal Prenatal Testing for Syphilis and Other STDs among Commercially-insured Women in the United States, 2013 P09.18 Bacterial and other curable STI
Kathleen Ryan Results from a Prevalence Study of Neisseria Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Trachomatis in a Community Based, Peer led HIV Testing Service P09.19 Bacterial and other curable STI
Amina Hancali Trend of STIs prevalence among women and men in Morocco between 1999 to 2011 P09.20 Bacterial and other curable STI
Kees Rietmeijer Performance of GeneXpert® in the Diagnosis of Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia Trachomatis among Men and Women with Genital Discharge Syndrome in Zimbabwe P09.21 Bacterial and other curable STI
Kees Rietmeijer The Aetiology of Genital Discharge Syndromes in Zimbabwe P09.22 Bacterial and other curable STI
Kees Rietmeijer High Prevalence of HIV Infection among Patients with STI Syndromes in Zimbabwe: Implications for Prevention P09.23 Bacterial and other curable STI
Kees Rietmeijer The Aetiology of Genital Ulcer Disease and Association with HIV Infection in Zimbabwe P09.24 Bacterial and other curable STI
Eric Chow Duration of syphilis symptoms at presentations in men who have sex with men in Australia: are current public health campaigns effective? P09.25 Bacterial and other curable STI
Eric Chow Trends in gonorrhoea positivity by nucleic acid amplification testing versus culture in heterosexual men in Victoria, Australia, 2007-2014. P09.26 Bacterial and other curable STI
Xiangdong Gong Epidemiology of Gonorrhea in China from 2000 to 2014 P09.27 Bacterial and other curable STI
Xiangdong Gong Survey on the Data Quality of Syphilis Cases Reported in 5 Provinces Of China in 2013 P09.28 Bacterial and other curable STI
Hilary Reno High prevalence of Neisseria gonorrhoeae among emergency department "superusers" in a large urban medical center P09.29 Bacterial and other curable STI
Paula Badran Temporal Distribution of Syphilis Serological Tests (VDRL) Demand and Positivity in a Reference Municipal Central Laboratory: Is There Increase After Carnival? P09.30 Bacterial and other curable STI
Cremildo Baptista Factors Associated with Syphilis Seroreactivity among Polydrug Users in Northeast Brazil: A Cross-Sectional Study Using Respondent Driven Sampling P09.31 Bacterial and other curable STI
Cremildo Baptista Correlates of HIV Testing among Polysubstance Users in 10 Brazilian Cities: A Respondent Driven Sampling Survey P09.32 Bacterial and other curable STI
Cremildo Baptista Sexual Behaviors and Unprotected Sex with Casual and Commercial Partners among Polysubstance Users in Brazil: Findings from a Respondent Driven Sampling Study P09.33 Bacterial and other curable STI
Antonio Flores
Molecular identification of treponema pallidum strains from syphilitic lesions in STI clinic patients, Lima, Peru.

P09.34 Bacterial and other curable STI
Linda Garton Eradication of syphilis? - Not there yet. Ongoing public health response to a syphilis outbreak in the Northern Territory, Australia P09.35 Bacterial and other curable STI
Freddy Perez Improving uptake, interpretation and quality of syphilis testing in the Americas through the development of a new regional guidance document P09.36 Bacterial and other curable STI
Sonia Morales-Miranda Syphilis Rapid Test Validation for Treponemal Diagnosis in Guatemala, 2013-2014. P09.37 Bacterial and other curable STI
Sonia Morales-Miranda Syphilis Prevalence and Risk Behavior among People Living with HIV in Managua, Nicaragua: BSS-2009, BSS-2014 and STI Sentinel Surveillance (VICITS) 2014. P09.38 Bacterial and other curable STI
Sonia Morales-Miranda HIV/Syphilis Prevalence and Risk Behaviors among Transgender Women and Men Who Have Sex with Men in Nicaragua: Sentinel Surveillance and STI Control (VICITS), 2014. P09.39 Bacterial and other curable STI
Hannah Shull Prevalence of curable sexually transmitted infections in pregnant women in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review P09.40 Bacterial and other curable STI
Angelica Espinosa Miranda Chlamydia trachomatis screening among preterm births in Brazil: An experience from a University Hospital P09.41 Bacterial and other curable STI
Johnson Katanga screening for syphilis, hiv and haemoglobin during pregnancy in moshi municipality,Tanzania: how is the the health system performing? P09.42 Bacterial and other curable STI
Samsiya Ona Sexually transmitted infection screening and follow-up in a high-risk urban obstetric clinic P09.43 Bacterial and other curable STI
Jose Eleuterio Jr High-risk HPV is a marker for atypical intraanal cytology in immunocompetent women P10.01 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Andrew Vallely Field evaluation of the Xpert HPV Test for the detection of human papillomavirus infection in women using self-collected vaginal compared to clinician-collected cervical specimens P10.02 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Iskandar AzwaI  Anal human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and anal intraepithelial neoplasia (AIN) among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia P10.03 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Julian Langton-Lockton A new paradigm for follow-up of men with Anal Squamous Cell Cancer (ASCC) P10.04 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Jason Ong Is it cost-effective to screen for anal cancer? Cost-effectiveness of screening for anal cancer using regular digital ano-rectal examinations in men who have sex with men living with HIV P10.05 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Deepti Bajpai Prognostic importance of DNA repair gene polymorphisms in cervical cancer patients from India P10.06 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Fernanda Carestiato Mapping the integration sites E1-E2 of HPV-16 and HPV-18 as a tool to evaluate different stages of cervical disease progression P10.07 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Elaine Flagg Prevalence of Low- and High-Grade Cervical Intraepithelial Lesions Among Female Participants in Private Health Plans in the United States, 2007-2013: Ecologic Evidence of Population Effectiveness of Human Papillomavirus Vaccination P10.08 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Xiaojun Meng View on human papillomavirus vaccination among at-risk men in Wuxi, China: a cross-sectional study P10.09 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Winnie Tong T-cells in the anal mucosa of men with HSIL P10.10 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Huachun Zou Serum Antibody Responses Following Anal and Penile Infection with Human Papillomavirus in Teenage Men who have Sex with Men P10.11 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Huachun Zou Role of Condyloma Acuminata in Incident HIV Infection: A Population-Based Cohort Study in Taiwan 2000-2010 P10.12 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Mary Poynten Prevalence and predictors of high-risk anal human papillomavirus (HPV) types in the study of the prevention of anal cancer (SPANC) P10.13 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Pannarat Pensuk Factors associated with HPV vaccination coverage at school level during HPV vaccine introduction in Thailand P10.14 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Sarwat Mahmud The epidemiology of hepatitis C virus in Afghanistan: Systematic review and meta-analysis P10.15 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Latesha Elopre Factors Associated With Acceptance of Genital Herpes Testing for Black Patients Presenting for Care at an STD Clinic P10.16 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Su Airong
Inhibition of Herpes Simplex Virus 1 (HSV-1) Replication by Inositol-Requiring Enzyme 1 (IRE1) Pathway

P10.17 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Kaushal Verma Acyclovir 1 gm Twice a Day for 3 days for the Treatment of Recurrent Genital Herpes P10.18 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Sarah Woodhall Can HSV-2 seropositivity be used as a biological marker of sexual behaviour? Findings from a seroprevalence survey in England P10.19 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
David Yurick 
Digital Droplet PCR (DDPCR) Quantification of Human T-Lymphotropic Virus Type-1 Clade C in Peripheral Blood and Lung Infiltrates of Indigenous Australian Bronchiectasis Patients

P10.20 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Neerja Puri  a study on the use of imiquimod for the treatment of genital  molluscum contagiosum and genital warts in female patients P10.21 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Khamis Tomusange Engineering human rhinovirus serotype-A1 as a vaccine vector P10.22 Human papillomavirus infections and other viral STI
Nigel Dickson Same-sex behaviour and experience measured on multiple occasions in a birth cohort reveals higher lifetime prevalence than would be found in a cross-sectional study P11.01 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Philip Prah Representing men who have sex with men (MSM) in Britain: Evidence from comparative analyses of the latest convenience and probability surveys P11.02 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Abigail Norris Turner Lubricant Use during Receptive Anal Intercourse and Rectal Chlamydial and Gonococcal Infections among Men who Have Sex with Men P11.03 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Christine Khosropour
Proportion of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Cases among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) Attributable to Serosorting

P11.05 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Abigail Norris Turner The Spectrum of Sexual Behaviors Among MSM And Associations with Prevalent Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV P11.07 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Charles Salil Knowledge of sexually transmitted disease risk among men who have sex with men P11.08 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Ricardo Mendizabal-Burastero STI Prevention in Public Health Services for Transgender Women in Guatemala P11.09 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Ricardo Mendizabal-Burastero Anal and Oropharyngeal STI Surveillance among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Guatemala P11.10 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
David Leitinger High Rates of Co-Occurring Sexually Transmissible Infections among Men who have Sex with Men attending High-Caseload General Practice and Sexual Health Services in Victoria P11.11 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Claire Danby
Pharyngeal Neisseria Gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia Trachomatis in Men and Women with a History of Receptive Oral and Anal Intercourse

P11.12 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Jeanne Cabeza Extra-Genital and Urethral Chlamydia Trachomatis and Neisseria Gonorrheae Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors in Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Lima, Peru P11.13 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Sian Goddard
Pharyngeal and Anogenital Chlamydia in Men Who Have Sex with Men: Temporal Trends and Characteristics among Attendees at a Sydney Metropolitan Sexual Health Clinic 2011-2014

P11.14 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Sarika Pattanasin 
Factors associated with repeat symptomatic gonorrhea infections among men who have sex with men, bangkok, thailand

P11.15 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Mark Stenger Denominators Matter: Trends in Neisseria gonorrhoeae Incidence among Gay, Bisexual and other Men Who Have Sex with Men (GBMSM) in the U.S. – Findings from the STD Surveillance Network (SSuN) 2010 – 2013 P11.16 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Nigel Field Intensification of a shigellosis epidemic associated with sexual transmission between men: diagnoses of Shigella flexneri and S. sonnei in England, 2004 to 2015 P11.17 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Vicente Aleixandre Benites-Zapata
Relationship between Anal Sex Behaviors and Incident Syphilis Infection among MSM And Transgender Women from Two Clinics in Lima Peru

P11.18 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Chaiwat Ungsedhapand
Syphilis incidence and associated risk factors among men who have sex with men in Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-2015

P11.19 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Fleur van Aar
Resurgence of syphilis among HIV-infected men who have sex with men attending STI clinics in the Netherlands

P11.20 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Maria Herrera Characterizing the Epidemiology of Active Hepatitis B Virus Infection among High-Risk Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Lima, Peru P11.21 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Maria Herrera Hepatitis C Infections among High-Risk Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in Lima, Peru P11.22 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Andrew Foster Evaluation of Hepatitis C Virus in the Rectum of HIV-Infected Men who have Sex with Men P11.23 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Hicham Oumzil Landscape of HSV2 and HIV Infections among MSMS in Morocco: Results from a Respondent Driven Sampling Survey P11.24 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Hayden Jose Timor-Leste National Size Estimates and Behavioural Data for Key Populations at Risk of HIV and Other STIs P11.25 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Hayden Jose The Social and Sexual Dynamic between Gay Men/Transgender People and Their Straight-Identifying Male Partners in Timor-Leste P11.26 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Anna Wilkinson Does Accessing Non-Occupational Post Exposure Prophylaxis And The Associated Clinical Experience Impact Condom Use Among Men Who Have Sex With Men In Victoria, Australia. P11.27 HIV testing, treatment and care
Jeffrey Dabbhadatta
'Gay Friendly GP' Online Training: Strengthening capacity of primary care in working with gay men and men who have sex with men patients

P11.28 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Bradley Stoner
Using Qualitative Research Methods to Elucidate "Emic" Constructions of Risk and Seroadaptive Behaviors among Men who have Sex with Men (MSM)

P11.29 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Budi Sudarto Out Later in Life: Working with Older Same-Sex Attracted Men P11.30 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Duong Thanh HIV/STI Prevalence, Sexual Risk, and Drug Use Among Men Who Have Sex With Men in Urban Settings in Vietnam P11.31 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Eline Op de Coul Socio-Demographic and Behavioural Characteristics of Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) in The Netherlands Who Have Never Been Tested for HIV P11.32 Sexual behaviour and STI in men who have sex with men and transgender people
Claudia Estcourt
Getting your Chlamydia Care Online: Qualitative Study among users of the Chlamydia Online Clinical Care Pathway (Chlamydia-OCCP), in Proof of Concept Study

P12.01 STI care
Jo Gibbs
Developing and Using the Eclinical Care Pathway Framework: A Novel Tool for Creating Online Clinical Care Pathways and Its Application to Management of Genital Chlamydia

P12.02 STI care
Jo Gibbs
How Accurate and Comprehensive are Currently Available Mobile Medical Applications (Apps) for Sexually Transmitted and Genital Infections: A Comprehensive Review

P12.03 STI care
Karen Rogstad The Evidence for Sexually Transmitted infections as a marker for Child Sexual Abuse: The Physical signs of child sexual abuse 2nd edition 2015 P12.04 STI care
Donna Tilley
Outreach chlamydia testing: upskilling a multidisciplinary workforce

P12.05 STI care
Donna Tilley
Genital Trichomonas Vaginalis is Rare Among Female Attendees at a Sydney Metropolitan Sexual Health Clinic

P12.06 STI care
Daniel McCartney Delivering Increased Service Provision: IPPF Experience of Providing Targeted Technical Support within Existing SRH Service Delivery Points for Strengthened STI-Specific Service Provision P12.07 STI care
Daniel McCartney STI Management is HIV Prevention: Improving Access to a Comprehensive Package of Stigma-Free SRH and HIV Services for Key Populations by Implementing the Latest WHO Guidelines P12.08 STI care
Hannelore Götz
HIV Cascade of Care: Improvements in Linkage to Care at the STI Clinic of the Public Health Service Rotterdam-Rijnmond

P12.09 STI care
Hannelore Götz
Challenges in implementing a partner notification webtool in GP practices in the Netherlands: preliminary results of a pilot study

P12.10 STI care
Hannelore Götz
Reach of STI clinics by high-risk ethnic groups in the Netherlands

P12.11 STI care
Thomas Agyarko-Poku Bacteria Aetiology of Sexually Transmitted Infections at Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic in Kumasi, Ghana; Use of Multiplex Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction. P12.12 STI care
Thomas Agyarko-Poku
Integrating Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Intervention Project for Female Sex Workers (FSW) into Primary Level of Care in Ghana:  Assessing The Impact A Decade After Project Implementation.

P12.13 STI care
Janet Towns Clinical Descriptions of PCR Positive Early Syphilis Infections P12.14 STI care
Somesh Gupta Penile Papulonecrotic Tuberculosis: Is it a Sexually Transmitted Disease? P12.15 STI care
Susan Tuddenham Older patients attending sexually transmitted infections clinics P12.16 STI care
Anne Robertson
Should Specialist Sexual Health Services Still See Self-Referrals

P12.17 STI care
Chiyo Morton Sexual and Reproductive Health in Rural Victoria: What Urgent Care Services are Available and are they Adequate? P12.18 STI care
Rod Nixon Towards Universal Access: The Papua New Guinea (Png) Companion Product Condom Distribution Trial P13.01 Operational and health systems research
Magdalena Simonis
Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery Toolkit for General Practitioners and Other Health Professionals

P13.02 Operational and health systems research
Phillip Read Targeted Primary Health Care and Sexual Health Services can deliver the Hepatitis C Strategy: One year of Fibroscans at the Kirketon Road Centre (KRC) P13.03 Operational and health systems research
Lisa Natoli "I Do Feel Like a Scientist at Time Yeah…" Acceptability of Point-Of-Care Testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea to Health Service Providers in Remote Primary Care P13.04 Operational and health systems research
Dadong Wu Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission of Syphilis and HIV in China: What Drives Political Prioritization and what can this tell us about Promoting Dual Control? P13.05 Operational and health systems research
Barbara Nattabi
Knowledge translation: development of a sexual health clinical audit tool to enhance adherence to evidence-based guidelines

P13.06 Operational and health systems research
Leigh Chislett Which elements of a novel self-directed rapid asymptomatic sexually transmitted infection screening service are most important to users? P13.07 Operational and health systems research
Maureen Todkill
ACT Testing Month: promoting testing and increasing cross sector collaboration

P13.08 Operational and health systems research
Katy Town
Evaluation of a Pilot to Improve Primary Care Sexual Health Services in England: Analysis of Chlamydia Testing and Diagnosis Rate Changes

P13.09 Operational and health systems research
Janet Wilson
Club Drug Use, Sexual Behaviour and STI Prevalence in Sexual Health Clinic Attendees in a UK City

P13.10 Operational and health systems research
Janet Wilson Self-taken extragenital sampling for chlamydia and gonorrhoea in women - is it acceptable? Feedback from a self-swab and clinician-swab trial P13.11 Operational and health systems research
Prithika Prasad HIV Sensitisation Health Care Worker Training in Vanuatu P13.12 Operational and health systems research
Eline Op de Coul
Sexually transmitted infection Care in termination of pregnancy clinics in the Netherlands

P13.13 Operational and health systems research
Gemma Sharp
Educating Women about Normal Female Genital Appearance: The Effectiveness of Two Brief Interventions

P13.14 Operational and health systems research
Alaina Vaisey Is knowledge power? Associations between chlamydia knowledge and sexual practices in young Australian adults: findings from the Australian Chlamydia Control Effectiveness Pilot (ACCEPt) P14.01 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Nathan Kuk
Systematic Review: Does a positive human papillomavirus vaccination status increase the risk of unsafe sexual health practice?

P14.02 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Rochelle Hamilton
Chronic Vulval Pain/Vulvodynia? ?Psychosexual Issues? Taking a Different Approach

P14.03 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Jackie Cassell Which psychosocial factors are associated with poor sexual health outcomes in women of reproductive age?  A systematic review of probability surveys. P14.04 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Jade Bilardi Sexual contact is the trigger! Women's views and experience of the causes and triggers of bacterial vaginosis P14.05 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Roxanne Beauclair Characterizing concurrent partnerships in Cape Town, South Africa P14.06 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Viv McGregor Sexual Health Promotion and STI Prevention on the Margins: Kink, BDSM, and Sexually Adventurous Women P14.07 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Ankita Siddhanta Comparative study of vulnerability of circumcision among women of Kenya and Nigeria P14.08 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Edwin Bernard Advancing HIV and STI Justice: The Key Role of Science and Scientists in Ending Overly Broad HIV and STI Criminalisation P14.09 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Dion Nuryadi Fight for the right to health care services for people with HIV P14.10 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Shailendra Sawleshwarkar
Developing Sustainable, International Partnerships Model to Build Capacity in HIV and STIs

P14.11 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Deb Welsby Collaboration is the New Black: Developing the NSW Sexual Health Promotion Framework P14.12 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Shari Krishnaratne HIV-Related Stigma And Universal Testing And Treatment For HIV Prevention And Care: Design Of An Implementation Science Evaluation Nested In The HPTN 071 (Popart) Cluster-Randomised Trial In Zambia And South Africa P14.13 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Shari Krishnaratne Intersecting Stigmas: A Framework for Data Collection and Analysis of Stigmas Faced by People Living With HIV and Key Populations P14.14 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Joey Joleen Mataele In the system (Tongan Society) but out of sight. P14.15 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Aldora Robinson Self Reported HIV Discrimination and Willingness to Disclose HIV Seropositivity among a Sample of Turks and Caicos Islanders. P14.16 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Vivian Black
Surveillance for Sexually Transmitted Infections among Female Sex Workers in Inner-City Johannesburg.

P14.17 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Georges Batona UNDERSTANDING THE INTENTION TO UNDERGO REGULAR HIV TESTING AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN BENIN: A KEY ISSUE FOR ENTRY INTO HIV CARE P14.18 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Clare Bellhouse
The impact of sex work on women's personal romantic relationships

P14.19 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Dee-Amela Conti Relationship myth between Sex Workers, STI's and  HIV P14.20 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Floribert MONGA LISANGI The impact of the IEC (information, education and communication) in the affidavit of sex workers Study realized by the youth center Coulibaly sidiki of the University of Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo) P14.21 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Tapas Kumar Saha To prevent HIV/AIDS through awareness raising and social behaviors change of sex worker in bangladesh.- an experience from kandapara brothel, tangail, bangladesh. P14.22 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Obert Samba Transgender Sex Workers Response to HIV in Papua New Guinea P14.23 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Caroline Thng
Multicultural Survey - Asian Female Sex Worker Demographics, Migration and Sexual Health in Sydney

P14.24 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Denton Callander HIV and STIs among male sex workers attending Australian sexual health clinics P14.25 Social sciences, policy and programmes
kadek mulyawan  Analysis of risk factors incidence of sexually transmitted infections In the Women indirect sex workers in Mataram city,Indonesia. 2012 P14.26 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Tri Nguyen
Female sex workers (FSW) in Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam: socio-demographic characteristics and risk behaviors

P14.27 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Tri Nguyen
Sexual Transmitted Infections and Risk Factors among female sex workers in Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam

P14.28 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Ngozi Otuonye Establishment of Health Research Ethics and Capacity Building of Human Resources and Infrastructure in Nigeria P14.29 Social sciences, policy and programmes
Lindsay Aboud
Innate mucosal serpin inhibits late stages of HIV life cycle and reduces cellular proliferation

P15.01 HIV basic sciences
Tahir Bashir
Human Hemoglobin derived peptide prevents HIV-1 infection and protects cells from HIV-1 induced inflammation

P15.02 HIV basic sciences
Funsho Ogunshola Development of A New CEM Reporter T-Cells (GXR-Cells) Viral Inhibition Assay (VIA) For Elucidating The Role of Class-I-HLA Alleles on The Inhibitory Capacity Of HIV-1-Specific CD8+T-Cells P15.03 HIV basic sciences
Smritee Dabee
Genital tract cellular activation and inflammation associated with highly prevalent sexually transmitted infections and bacterial vaginosis in adolescent women at risk for HIV infection

P15.04 HIV basic sciences
Philip Cunningham Performance Evaluation of the Aptima HIV-1 Quant DS Assay for Detection of HIV-1 in Plasma and Dried Blood Spots (DBS) P15.05 HIV basic sciences
Monray Edward Williams Molecular Validation of Putative Antimicrobial Peptides for Improved Human Immunodeficiency Virus Diagnostics via HIV Protein P24 P15.06 HIV basic sciences
Yu-Hsiang Hsieh An Agent-Based Model to Simulate and Predict HIV Epidemic in Baltimore City, Maryland, USA P16.01 HIV epidemiology
King Tung Cheung
Predictors of HIV acquisition within 12 months of an HIV negative test in men who have sex with men

P16.02 HIV epidemiology
Gino M. Calvo
Comparison of Sexual Risk Behaviors among HIV Positive Men Who Have Sex with Men before and after their Diagnosis

P16.03 HIV epidemiology
Deepak Madi Clinico-epidemiological profile of elderly HIV patients attending anti retro-viral therapy (ART) center of a teaching hospital in South India. P16.04 HIV epidemiology
Olatunji Adetokunboh Regional Epidemiological Pattern of  AIDS-Related Cancers in Children P16.05 HIV epidemiology
kiplagat charles Knowledge of Kaposi Sarcoma (KS) among HIV + Commercial Sex Workers on HIV Therapy in Kisumu Township, Kenya P16.06 HIV epidemiology
Hua-Chun Zou Prior Condyloma and Syphilis Diagnosis among HIV-Infected Persons: A Nationwide Population-Based Study in Taiwan, 2000-2010 P16.07 HIV epidemiology
sandra brunini Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Infections among Pregnant HIV-Positive in Central-West Brazil P16.08 HIV epidemiology
Felicia Lewis Coinfection with gonorrhea, syphilis or both does not appear to affect HIV transmission to the sexual contacts of HIV+ patients with undetectable viral loads. P16.09 HIV epidemiology
Weiming Tang Worsen Epidemic of Early HIV Infection among Men Who Have Sex with Men in China: Implication for Real Time Action P16.10 HIV epidemiology
Annick Borquez Estimating the Distribution of New HIV Infections by Key Determinants in Generalised Epidemics of Sub-Saharan Africa Using a Validated Mathematical Model P16.11 HIV epidemiology
Sherrie Kelly
Optimization HIV Investment in Swaziland: Modelling High-Impact Interventions

P16.12 HIV epidemiology
Rakesh Singh Epidemiology of HIV Prevalence among Urban Women in Tanzania P16.13 HIV epidemiology
Herta De Oliveira Alexandre Geography of AIDS in The State of Ceará, Brazil. P16.14 HIV epidemiology
Herta De Oliveira Alexandre Children and Young People Living with HIV/Aids in a State of Northeastern Brazil P16.15 HIV epidemiology
Herta De Oliveira Alexandre Aspects Related to the Quality of Life of Patients who use Antiretroviral Therapy P16.16 HIV epidemiology
Yuneti Octavianus Nyoko Correlation Between Demographics, Clinical And Risk Factor For HIV Infected With HIV/TB Co-Infected in Amertha Clinic Kerti Praja Foundation Bali P16.17 HIV epidemiology
Yuneti Octavianus Nyoko
 
Influence of Baseline Characteristics on the Increase Cd4 >350 Cells/Mm3 Among HIV/AIDS Patients Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy in Indonesia P16.18 HIV epidemiology
Elucir Gir Nasal colonization with staphylococcus aureus in people living with hiv/aids after seven days of hospitalization P16.19 HIV epidemiology
Elucir Gir Bacterial Resistance of Staphylococcus Aureus Isolated from People Living with HIV/AIDS a Brazilian City P16.20 HIV epidemiology
Elucir Gir Women Sex Workers Living with HIV in a Capital of Northeastern Brazil - Preliminary Results P16.21 HIV epidemiology
Elucir Gir Prevalence and Epidemiology of Co-Infection HIV / Tuberculosis in a Brazilian City P16.22 HIV epidemiology
Thiago Prado Clinical and Epidemiological Characteristics Associated With Unfavorable Tuberculosis Treatment Outcomes In TB-HIV Co-Infected Patients In Brazil: A Hierarchical Polytomous Analysis P16.23 HIV epidemiology
TAWATCHAI APIDECHKUL A 20-Year Retrospective Cohort Study of TB Infection among the Hill Tribe HIV/AIDS Populations, Thailand P16.24 HIV epidemiology
ku han chang The Incidence and Associated Factors of Herpes Zoster among HIV Infected Patients: A Population-Based Retrospective Cohort Study in Taiwan, 2000 Through 2010 P16.25 HIV epidemiology
Dewa Pakshage Chula Kanishka Ananda Lal
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) - Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (TB) co-infection in Sri Lanka

P16.26 HIV epidemiology
Nazisa Framingham chd and cvds risk equations in hiv and hiv/hcv population: a comparison study among malaysian hiv infected subjects on art P16.27 HIV epidemiology
Nazisa Hejazi Framingham coronary heart disease and cardiovascular risk assessments of hiv/aids malaysian population on haart: the importance of risks evaluations and predictions P16.28 HIV epidemiology
Chia-yun Chung Prevalence of Metabolic Risk Factors in HIV-Infected Population Under Antiretroviral Therapy in Northern Malawi. P16.29 HIV epidemiology
Angelica Espinosa Miranda
Epidemiology of anal infection in HIV infected patients attending a Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic in Brazil

P16.30 HIV epidemiology
Sonia Morales-Miranda Improving Timely HIV Results in Key Populations: Rapid Test Antibody Evaluation For HIV Diagnosis in Guatemala, 2012-2013. P16.31 HIV epidemiology
Leon McNally
Performance Evaluation of The Genexpert Hiv-1 Quant Assay For Detection of HIV-1 in Plasma

P17.01 HIV testing, treatment and care
Maria Jose Bustamante
Oraquick® In-Home HIV Test Kit in Peru: Availability and Acceptability among Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender Women

P17.02 HIV testing, treatment and care
Vickie Knight Convenient HIV Testing Service Models Combined with Rapid Testing are Attracting Previously Untested Gay and Bisexual Men P17.03 HIV testing, treatment and care
Silver Vargas
The Relationship between HIV Testing Frequency and HIV Risk Perception among Peruvian MSM and Transgender Women

P17.04 HIV testing, treatment and care
Hamish Mohammed
HIV test refusals among Black Africans attending sexually transmitted infection clinics in England, 2013

P17.05 HIV testing, treatment and care
Damian Jeremia Damian HIV Prevalence and Factors Associated with HIV Testing among Young People (15 - 24 Years) in Tanzania:  A Secondary Analysis of This Data P17.06 HIV testing, treatment and care
Rebecca Guy Sexual Risk Behaviour Predicts More Frequent Use of HIV Self-Testing: Early Findings from the FORTH Trial P17.07 HIV testing, treatment and care
Emily Huang Using Grindr™, a Smartphone Social Networking Application, to Increase HIV Self-Testing among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Los Angeles P17.08 HIV testing, treatment and care
Emily Huang Cost-Effectiveness of HIV Self-Testing Promotion Through Grindrâ„¢, A Smartphone Social Networking Application P17.09 HIV testing, treatment and care
Muhammad Jamil
HIV Testing Self-Efficacy is Associated with Higher HIV Testing Frequency and Perceived Likelihood to Self-Test Among Gay and Bisexual Men

P17.10 HIV testing, treatment and care
Muhammad Jamil Public Sexual Health Clinics Increase Access, HIV Testing and Re-Testing Among Higher Risk Gay and Bisexual Men P17.11 HIV testing, treatment and care
Adebayo Onajole Providing evidence to support community based HCT screening programs - The voice of vulnerable rural youths in southwest Nigeria P17.12 HIV testing, treatment and care
Komang Ayu Kartika Sari Evaluating the Implementation of Couples HIV Counseling and Testing (CHCT) among Most at Risk Populations: An Experience from Bali, Indonesia P17.13 HIV testing, treatment and care
Euphemia Sibanda Barriers and Facilitators to Couples HIV Testing and Counselling And Views on Incentives for Couples Testing: A Qualitative Study from Zimbabwe P17.14 HIV testing, treatment and care
Euphemia Sibanda Barriers and Facilitators to Uptake of Cervical Cancer Screening among Clients Attending Integrated HIV/Sexual & Reproductive Health Clinics in Zimbabwe P17.15 HIV testing, treatment and care
Katarzyna Bolsewicz
Personal Decisions around Anti-Retroviral Therapies (ART): Findings from The Literature and from a Qualitative Longitudinal Study with People Living with HIV (PLHIV) in Regional Queensland, Australia.

P17.16 HIV testing, treatment and care
Olukunle Omotoso Using Effective Support Group Meetings to Improve and Sustain Support Group Membership: The Experiences and Outcomes of Support Groups in North-Central Nigeria P17.17 HIV testing, treatment and care
Basavaprabhu Achappa Factors Predicting the Occurrence of Tuberculosis Following Initiation of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) P17.18 HIV testing, treatment and care
Zachary Kwena Time to Linkage, Retention and Adherence to HIV Care Among Married Couples in the Fishing Communities on Lake Victoria P17.19 HIV testing, treatment and care
Helen Ward
Patient Perspectives on the HIV Treatment Cascade in The United Kingdom

P17.20 HIV testing, treatment and care
Edwin Machine
Failure to engage as key factor of loss to follow-up from care and treatment among HIV-infected children in Botswana: a case-control study

P17.21 HIV testing, treatment and care
Edwin Machine Providers' perceptions of the causes of loss to follow-up of HIV-infected children in Botswana P17.22 HIV testing, treatment and care
Christina Schumacher Implementing Prioritized HIV Linkage-to-Care and Contact Tracing Among Individuals with High HIV Viral Load in Baltimore, Maryland, USA: Results from a Pilot Program P17.23 HIV testing, treatment and care
Marianne van der Sande Delayed linkage to care in a third of HIV positive individuals in the Netherlands: opportunities to improve the second step in the cascade of care. P17.24 HIV testing, treatment and care
Yohane Gadama Impact on Compliance with the Change of First Line Anti-Retroviral Drug Regimens Among Patients Attending Anteretroviral Therapy Clinics In Blantyre, Malawi P17.25 HIV testing, treatment and care
Melanie Taylor Viral loads among HIV-infected Persons diagnosed with Primary and P17.26 HIV testing, treatment and care
Eloudiyi Houda Decentralizing HIV Viral Load Testing to a Regional Laboratory in Agadir, Southern Morocco P17.27 HIV testing, treatment and care
Eloudiyi Houda Assessment of HIV-1 Primary Drug Resistance Mutations In Antiretroviral Therapy-Naive Cases In Morocco P17.28 HIV testing, treatment and care
Hiroki Yagura
UGT1A1*6 Polymorphisms are Predictive of High Plasma Concentrations of Dolutegravir in Japanese Individuals

P17.29 HIV testing, treatment and care
Okeoma Mmeje A Feasibility Study Assessing Fertility in HIV-Serodiscordant Couples Attempting Pregnancy in Kisumu, Kenya P17.30 HIV testing, treatment and care
Okeoma Mmeje Timed Vaginal Insemination as a Safer Conception Method for HIV-Serodiscordant Couples in Kisumu, Kenya P17.31 HIV testing, treatment and care
Angela Satiti Retno Pudjiati Risk Factors for Nevirapine-associated Rash and/or Hepatotoxicity among HIV-infected Patients in Indonesia P17.32 HIV testing, treatment and care
Pakawadee Sriphiromya Efavirenz-Associated Serious Adverse Reactions : An Analysis of the Thai Adverse Events Reporting System P17.33 HIV testing, treatment and care
KashifUllah Khan Survival trend and Impact of Adverse Drug Reactions during HAART on survival function In HIV/AIDS patients P17.34 HIV testing, treatment and care
Grace Hoo
Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Abacavir-Based and Tenofovir-Based Regimens in Singapore

P17.35 HIV testing, treatment and care
Heiko Jessen Effectiveness, safety and tolerability profile of Stribild® (elvitegravir/cobicistat/emtricitabine/tenofovir disoproxil fumarate) in HIV-1-infected patients in the clinical setting P17.36 HIV testing, treatment and care
Keishiro Yajima
Safety and Efficacy of Elvitegravir/Cobicistat/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate in Treatment-Naive Japanese Patients with HIV-1 Infection

P17.37 HIV testing, treatment and care
Maureen Kimulwo Plasma Drug Levels of Nevirapine Predict Virological Response In Patients Receiving Treatment In Kenyan Hospitals P17.38 HIV testing, treatment and care
Ariyaratne Manathunge Monitoring of the Scale-Up of the Antiretroviral Therapy Program in Sri Lanka: Experience from a Resource Limited and Low Prevalence Setting P17.39 HIV testing, treatment and care
sang gede purnama Strategic Use Of ARV program (SUFA) HIV-AIDS control efforts in High Risk Men in Denpasar, Bali P17.40 HIV testing, treatment and care
Denis Chibuye  HIV and AIDS programming for people with disabilities on antiretroviral therapy (art) in Zambia P17.41 HIV testing, treatment and care
Ivana Cristina Vieira de Lima Scientific Production of Nursing Care About the Child Born Exposed to HIV P17.42 HIV testing, treatment and care
Aisa Lee
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Coping of Healthcare Workers on HIV/AIDS and Persons Living with HIV in a Tertiary Hospital in Manila, Philippines

P17.43 HIV testing, treatment and care
Harry Tembo An Assessment of HIV Knowledge among Traditional Birth Attendants in Rural Setting in Chipata, Zambia P17.44 HIV testing, treatment and care
Tammy Rudduck
Assessing the use of a peer-led mobile van for effective HIV service delivery in regional Queensland: A whole of community approach.

P17.45 HIV testing, treatment and care
Olivia Waworuntu The Implementation of PMTCT Program in Prof.Dr.R.D.Kandou Central Hospital, Manado -Indonesia. P18.01 HIV prevention and social aspects
Laith Abu-Raddad Circumcision of HIV positive males will not undermine the benefits of voluntary medical male circumcision programs in Africa P18.02 HIV prevention and social aspects
Noah Kojima Rapid training and implementation of the Pollock Technique, a safe, rapid and effective newborn circumcision procedure, in a low-resource setting P18.03 HIV prevention and social aspects
Susanne Awad A novel analytic framework to investigate voluntary medical male circumcision program efficiency gains through sub-population prioritization: Insights from application to Zambia P18.04 HIV prevention and social aspects
Michel Alary
Contribution of Biomarkers to the Validation of Self-Reported Condom Use in a Treatment as Prevention and a Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Demonstration Study among Female Sex Workers

P18.05 HIV prevention and social aspects
Michel Alary
Early Antiretroviral Therapy and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention among Female Sex Workers in Cotonou, Benin: Early Follow-Up and Adherence Data

P18.06 HIV prevention and social aspects
Jacqueline Patruno
HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis in an Australian Regional Centre: Patient Demographics and Outcomes from 2011-2014

P18.07 HIV prevention and social aspects
Jennifer Kibicho
Pharmacists Perceptions Engaging in HIV Prevention Activities with Populations at-risk for HIV Infection

P18.08 HIV prevention and social aspects
Jennifer Kibicho
Community-based support groups engagement in HIV prevention and economic empowerment in rural Kenya

P18.09 HIV prevention and social aspects
Unnikrishnan Bhaskaran Determinants of Quality of Life among People Living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (PLHIV) in Coastal South India P18.10 HIV prevention and social aspects
Chien-Tai Yu Examining the effect of case management on levels of depression among newly diagnosed people living with hiv in taiwan P18.11 HIV prevention and social aspects
Chien-Tai Yu People seeking sexually transmitted diseases screening, medical professionals, and members of the general public surveyed regarding knowledge about non-occupational post-exposure prophylaxis for hiv P18.12 HIV prevention and social aspects
Latesha Elopre
Reported Church Attendance at The Time of Entry Into HIV Care Associates With Reduced Viremia At 12 Months.

P18.13 HIV prevention and social aspects
Melissa Power
Sex Worker Outreach screening in Western Sydney:  early identification of a high-risk Population

P18.13A Late addition
Jo-Anne Dillon A POCT- Adaptable Test for the Simultaneous Identification of N. Gonorrhoeae and its Ciprofloxacin Susceptibility Status P18.1$ Late addition