The Real World of STD Prevention

  • Updated:   8/22/2019
  • Contains:  110 items

Sex Worker Community-led Interventions Interrupt Sexually Transmitted Infection/Human Immunodeficiency Virus Transmission and Improve Human Immunodeficiency Virus Cascade Outcomes: A Program Review from South India

Reza-Paul, Sushena; Steen, Richard; Maiya, Raviprakash; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 46(8):556-562, August 2019.

Presenting to the Emergency Department Versus Clinic-Based Sexually Transmitted Disease Care Locations for Testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea: A Spatial Exploration

Bergquist, Eleanor Peters; Trolard, Anne; Fox, Branson; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 46(7):474-479, July 2019.

Addressing Gaps in the Management of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Primary Care: Lessons Learned in a Pilot Intervention Study

Rose, Sally B.; Garrett, Susan M.; Hutchings, Deborah; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 46(7):480-486, July 2019.

Health Care Provider Perceptions of a Sexually Transmitted Infection Self-testing Program in an HIV Care Clinic

Tat, Susana; Dhanireddy, Shireesha; Marrazzo, Jeanne M.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(6):417-421, June 2018.

The Etiology of Vaginal Discharge Syndrome in Zimbabwe: Results from the Zimbabwe STI Etiology Study

Chirenje, Z. Mike; Dhibi, Nicholas; Handsfield, H. Hunter; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(6):422-428, June 2018.

Evaluation of the Implementation of a New Nurse-Led Express “Test-And-Go” Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing Service for Men Who Have Sex With Men at a Sexual Health Center in Melbourne, Australia

Chow, Eric P.F.; Fortune, Ria; Dobinson, Sheranne; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(6):429-434, June 2018.

Sender and Receiver Acceptability and Usability of an Online Partner Notification Tool for Sexually Transmitted Infection in the Netherlands

van Rooijen, Martijn S.; Gotz, Hannelore; Vriens, Pjer; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(5):354-357, May 2018.

Creating Innovative Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing Options for University Students: The Impact of an STI Self-testing Program

Habel, Melissa A.; Brookmeyer, Kathryn A.; Oliver-Veronesi, Robin; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(4):272-277, April 2018.

A Pilot Study to Increase the Efficiency of HIV Outreach Testing Through the Use of Timely and Geolocated HIV Viral Load Surveillance Data

Jennings, Jacky M.; Schumacher, Christina; Perin, Jamie; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(3):207-211, March 2018.

How Good Is Your Rule of Thumb? Validating Male-to-Female Case Ratio as a Proxy for Men Who Have Sex With Men Involvement in N. gonorrhoeae Incidence at the County Level

Stenger, Mark; Bauer, Heidi; Klingler, Ellen; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(3):212-215, March 2018.

What Is the Optimal Time to Retest Patients With a Urogenital Chlamydia Infection? A Randomized Controlled Trial

van der Helm, Jannie J.; Koekenbier, Rik H.; van Rooijen, Martijn S.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(2):132-137, February 2018.

Outcomes of Preexposure Prophylaxis Referrals From Public STI Clinics and Implications for the Preexposure Prophylaxis Continuum

Bhatia, Ramona; Modali, Laxmi; Lowther, Matthew; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(1):50-55, January 2018.

The Etiology of Male Urethral Discharge in Zimbabwe: Results from the Zimbabwe STI Etiology Study

Rietmeijer, Cornelis A.; Mungati, More; Machiha, Anna; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(1):56-60, January 2018.

The Etiology of Genital Ulcer Disease and Coinfections With Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Zimbabwe: Results From the Zimbabwe STI Etiology Study

Mungati, More; Machiha, Anna; Mugurungi, Owen; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 45(1):61-68, January 2018.

Utilization of Sexually Transmitted Infection Services at 2 Health Facilities Targeting Men Who Have Sex With Men in South Africa: A Retrospective Analysis of Operational Data

Rees, Kate; Radebe, Oscar; Arendse, Clarissa; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(12):768-773, December 2017.

Cervical Cancer Screening and Prevention in 78 Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics—United States, 2014–2015

McGinnis, Emily; Meyerson, Beth E.; Meites, Elissa; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(10):637-641, October 2017.

Evaluation of an Automated Express Care Triage Model to Identify Clinically Relevant Cases in a Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic

Chambers, Laura C.; Manhart, Lisa E.; Katz, David A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(9):571-576, September 2017.

A New Resource for STD Clinical Providers: The Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinical Consultation Network

Caragol, Laura A.; Wendel, Karen A.; Anderson, Teri S.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(8):510-512, August 2017.

US Public Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinical Services in an Era of Declining Public Health Funding: 2013–14

Leichliter, Jami S.; Heyer, Kate; Peterman, Thomas A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(8):505-509, August 2017.

Effectiveness of Prenatal Screening and Treatment to Prevent Congenital Syphilis, Louisiana and Florida, 2013–2014

Matthias, James M.; Rahman, Mohammad M.; Newman, Daniel R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(8):498-502, August 2017.

A Survey of 25 North Carolina Health Departments/Districts on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Current Practices to Seeking Reimbursement From Third-Party Payers for Sexually Transmitted Disease Services

Kovar, Cheryl L.; Carter, Susan

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(6):380-383, June 2017.

Insurance Coverage and Utilization at a Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic in a Medicaid Expansion State

Montgomery, Madeline C.; Raifman, Julia; Nunn, Amy S.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(5):313-317, May 2017.

Approach to Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing for Men at an Urban Urgent Care Center

Schechter, Sarah B.; Romo, Dina L.; Cohall, Alwyn T.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(4):255-259, April 2017.

Comparison of In-Person Versus Telephone Interviews for Early Syphilis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Partner Services in King County, Washington (2010–2014)

Heumann, Christine L.; Katz, David A.; Dombrowski, Julia C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(4):249-254, April 2017.

Microscopy of Stained Urethral Smear in Male Urethritis; Which Cutoff Should be Used?

Moi, Harald; Hartgill, Usha; Skullerud, Kristin Helene; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(3):189-194, March 2017.

Transmission Behaviors and Prevalence of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Among Adult Film Performers

Javanbakht, Marjan; Dillavou, M. Claire; Rigg, Robert W. Jr; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(3):181-186, March 2017.

Should Female Partners of Men With Non-Gonococcal Urethritis, Negative for Chlamydia trachomatis and Mycoplasma genitalium, Be Informed and Treated? Clinical Outcomes From a Partner Study of Heterosexual Men With NGU

Ong, Jason J.; Sarumpaet, Angela; Chow, Eric P.F.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(2):126-130, February 2017.

Clinical Characteristics of Herpes Simplex Virus Urethritis Compared With Chlamydial Urethritis Among Men

Ong, Jason J.; Morton, Anna N.; Henzell, Helen R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 44(2):121-125, February 2017.

Implementation of Preexposure Prophylaxis for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Prevention Among Men Who Have Sex With Men at a New England Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinic

Chan, Philip A.; Glynn, Tiffany R.; Oldenburg, Catherine E.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(11):717-723, November 2016.

Young Low-Risk Heterosexual Clients Prefer a Chlamydia Home Collection Test to a Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic Visit in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, A Cross-Sectional Study

van Rooijen, Martijn S.; Koekenbier, Rik H.; Hendriks, Alfons; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(11):710-716, November 2016.

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Testing Practices and Interest in Self-Testing Options Among Young, Black Men Who Have Sex With Men in North Carolina

Hurt, Christopher B.; Soni, Karina; Miller, William C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(9):587-593, September 2016.

Molecular Typing of Treponema pallidum in Ocular Syphilis

Oliver, Sara; Sahi, Sharon K.; Tantalo, Lauren C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(8):524-527, August 2016.

Variations in Clinical Presentation of Ocular Syphilis: Case Series Reported From a Growing Epidemic in the United States

Marx, Grace E.; Dhanireddy, Shireesha; Marrazzo, Jeanne M.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(8):519-523, August 2016.

Use of the Historical Limits Method to Detect Increases in Primary and Secondary Syphilis, Arizona 2011–2014: An Exploratory Study

Mireles, Joe Robert; Ereth, Roxanne; Mickey, Tom; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(6):402-406, June 2016.

Increased Gonorrhea Screening and Case Finding After Implementation of Expanded Screening Criteria—Urban Indian Health Service Facility in Phoenix, Arizona, 2011–2013

Patton, Monica E.; Kirkcaldy, Robert D.; Chang, Douglas C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(6):396-401, June 2016.

The Value of Experiential Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinical Training in the Digital Age

Wangu, Zoon; Gray, Barbara; Dyer, Janine; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(2):134-136, February 2016.

Verifying Treatment of Reported Cases of Gonorrhea

Bowen, Virginia B.; Torrone, Elizabeth A.; Peterman, Thomas A.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(2):130-133, February 2016.

The Program Cost of a Brief Video Intervention Shown in Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic Waiting Rooms

Gift, Thomas L.; O'Donnell, Lydia N.; Rietmeijer, Cornelis A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 43(1):61-64, January 2016.

Assessing the Changing Landscape of Sexual Health Clinical Service After the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act

Mettenbrink, Christie; Al-Tayyib, Alia; Eggert, Jeffrey; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(12):725-730, December 2015.

Evaluating Quality of Care for Sexually Transmitted Infections in Different Clinical Settings

Sequeira, Shwetha; Morgan, Jake R.; Fagan, Maura; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(12):717-724, December 2015.

Impact of Introducing Triage Criteria for Express Testing at a Canadian Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic

Gratrix, Jennifer; Bergman, Joshua; Brandley, Judith; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(11):660-663, November 2015.

Vaginal Self-Sampling for Human Papillomavirus Infection as a Primary Cervical Cancer Screening Tool in a Haitian Population

Boggan, Joel C.; Walmer, David K.; Henderson, Gregory; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(11):655-659, November 2015.

Improvement of Sexually Transmitted Disease Screening Among HIV-Infected Men Who Have Sex With Men Through Implementation of a Standardized Sexual Risk Assessment Tool

Scarborough, Ashley P.; Slome, Sally; Hurley, Leo B.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(10):595-598, October 2015.

Barriers to Bacterial Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing of HIV-Infected Men Who Have Sex With Men Engaged in HIV Primary Care

Barbee, Lindley A.; Dhanireddy, Shireesha; Tat, Susana A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(10):590-594, October 2015.

Estimating the Total Annual Direct Cost of Providing Sexually Transmitted Infection and HIV Testing and Counseling for Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States

Owusu-Edusei, Kwame Jr.; Gift, Thomas L.; Patton, Monica E.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(10):586-589, October 2015.

Neurosyphilis and Ophthalmic Syphilis in Persons With Negative Rapid Plasma Reagin and Positive Treponemal Antibody Test Results

Tuddenham, Susan; Obeng, Christiana; Ghanem, Khalil G.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(6):347-349, June 2015.

Neurosyphilis Initially Presenting as Hemorrhagic Exudative Optic Neuropathy in an Immunocompetent Patient

Kim, Eun Bi; Jin, Kiwon; Choi, Dong Gyu; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(6):345-346, June 2015.

Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinics as Safety Net Providers: Exploring the Role of Categorical Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinics in an Era of Health Care Reform

Pathela, Preeti; Klingler, Ellen J.; Guerry, Sarah L.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(5):286-293, May 2015.

Low Viral Suppression and High HIV Diagnosis Rate Among Men Who Have Sex With Men With Syphilis — Baltimore, Maryland

Cooley, Laura A.; Pearl, Marcia L.; Flynn, Colin; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(4):226-231, April 2015.

Just Text Me! Texting Sexually Transmitted Disease Clients Their Test Results in Florida, February 2012–January 2013

Rodriguez-Hart, Cristina; Gray, Ingrid; Kampert, Ken; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(3):162-167, March 2015.

Doxycycline Prophylaxis to Reduce Incident Syphilis among HIV-Infected Men Who Have Sex With Men Who Continue to Engage in High-Risk Sex: A Randomized, Controlled Pilot Study

Bolan, Robert K.; Beymer, Matthew R.; Weiss, Robert E.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(2):98-103, February 2015.

Detecting HIV Among Persons Accompanying Patients to an Infectious Diseases Clinic

Bischof, Jason J.; Bell, Lynda L.; Pierce, Jonah K.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42(1):54-56, January 2015.

Predictors of Index Patient Acceptance of Expedited Partner Therapy for Chlamydia trachomatis Infection and Reasons for Refusal, Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics, New York City, 2011 to 2012

Vaidya, Sheila; Johnson, Kimberly; Rogers, Meighan; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(11):690-694, November 2014.

Bringing HIV Partner Services Into the Age of Social Media and Mobile Connectivity

Udeagu, Chi-Chi N.; Bocour, Angelica; Shah, Sharmila; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(10):631-636, October 2014.

A “Sexually Transmitted” Fixed Drug Reaction

Maatouk, Ismael; Moutran, Roy; Fahed, Mario; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(10):626-627, October 2014.

Potential Deleterious Effects of Promoting the Use of Ceftriaxone in the Treatment of Neisseria gonorrhoeae

Golden, Matthew R.; Barbee, Lindley A.; Kerani, Roxanne; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(10):619-625, October 2014.

Insurance and Billing Concerns Among Patients Seeking Free and Confidential Sexually Transmitted Disease Care: New York City Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics 2012

Washburn, Kate; Goodwin, Chris; Pathela, Preeti; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(7):463-466, July 2014.

Health Reform and Shifts in Funding for Sexually Transmitted Infection Services

Drainoni, Mari-Lynn; Sullivan, Meg; Sequeira, Shwetha; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(7):455-460, July 2014.

Would Targeting Increase Efficiency of Syphilis Partner Services Programs?—Data From New York City, Philadelphia, Texas, and Virginia

Hoots, Brooke E.; Lewis, Felicia M.T.; Anschuetz, Greta; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(6):407-412, June 2014.

Impact of a Routine, Opt-Out HIV Testing Program on HIV Testing and Case Detection in North Carolina Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics

Klein, Pamela W.; Messer, Lynne C.; Myers, Evan R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(6):395-402, June 2014.

Variation in Adherence to the Treatment Guidelines for Neisseria gonorrhoeae by Clinical Practice Setting, California, 2009 to 2011

Lechtenberg, Richard J.; Samuel, Michael C.; Bernstein, Kyle T.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(5):338-344, May 2014.

It Is More Efficient to Type: Innovative Self-Registration and Appointment Self-Arrival System Improves the Patient Reception Process

Knight, Vickie; Guy, Rebecca J.; Handan, Wand; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(6):392-394, June 2014.

Identifying Syphilis Risk Networks Through Venue Attendance in San Francisco

Stephens, Sally C.; Fann, Charles K.; Strona, Frank V.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(5):333-337, May 2014.

A Critical Appraisal of Risk Models for Predicting Sexually Transmitted Infections

Falasinnu, Titilola; Gustafson, Paul; Hottes, Travis Salway; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(5):321-330, May 2014.

An Assessment of the GYT: Get Yourself Tested Campaign: An Integrated Approach to Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention Communication

Friedman, Allison L.; Brookmeyer, Kathryn A.; Kachur, Rachel E.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(3):151-157, March 2014.

Opt-Out Screening for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Female Detainees at Cook County Jail in Chicago, IL

Cole, Joanna; Hotton, Anna; Zawitz, Chad; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(3):161-165, March 2014.

Preferred Methods of Sexually Transmitted Infection Service Delivery Among an Urban Sample of Underserved Midwestern Men

Hubach, Randolph D.; Dodge, Brian; Davis, Alissa; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(2):129-132, February 2014.

Provider Characteristics Associated With Guideline-Nonadherent Gonorrhea Treatment, Massachusetts, 2010

Swails, Jennifer; Smock, Laura; Hsu, Katherine

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 41(2):133-136, February 2014.