High chlamydia prevalence found among young Australian men and women - results from the Australian Chlamydia Control Effectiveness Pilot (ACCEPt).

Jane Hocking

ACCEPt is a multi-state cluster randomised trial that aims to increase annual chlamydia testing in 16-29 year olds attending general practice. 54 postcodes (80% in rural areas) are being randomised to a multi-faceted intervention and GP clinics within each postcode enrolled. The primary outcome is change in chlamydia prevalence, and a prevalence study is being conducted at the beginning and end of the trial. We report on the findings of the baseline prevalence study.

 


2011 Australasian Sexual Health Conference 'Sex in the City', recorded in September 2011 Canberra, Australia.

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Jane Hocking

Epidemiologist, Centre for Women's Health, Gender and Society, School of Population Health, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

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