STI/HIV venue based testing: sex worker style

Charles Cloniger

St. James Infirmary (SJI), located in San Francisco, California, is a peer-based Occupational Health and Safety clinic for sex workers of all genders and their families, founded in 1999. In 2003, SJI launched a venue-based sexually transmitted infection and HIV (STI/HIV) testing program at the Nob Hill Cinema, a local male strip club, and at the Market Street Cinema and Lusty Lady, two local female strip clubs. Every 4-6 months our sex worker peer-based staff arrange entrance to the clubs and offer individual risk reduction counseling (IRRC) and testing over the course of an evening.

 

 

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Recorded In Sydney in April 2007

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Charles Cloniger

San Francisco Department of Public Health, St. James Infirmary, California, USA

Co-authors: Alexandra Lutnick1, 3; Daniel Wilson3, 2; Sage Loats3; Naomi Akers3; Johanna Breyer3; Deborah Cohan1, 3; 1-UCSF Deprtment of Obstetrics & Gynecology; 2-San Francisco Department of Public Health; 3-St.James Infirmary.
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