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Key articles relating to global sexually transmitted infections are available via IUSTI. We are grateful to the following major STI journals who are working with IUSTI to provide full text access to a selected paper or papers considered to be of special interest to IUSTI members. These will be updated  monthly / bimonthly depending on the journal's publication schedule.

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Date Journal  
Jan 2012 Podcast IUSTI/WHO supplement in Sexually Transmitted Infection  
Dec 2011 Global Sexual Health: prioritising the challenges and identifying the solutions  
Jun 2011 Sexual and HIV risk behaviour in Central and Eastern European migrants in London Whistlestop tour
Who is being tested by the English National Chlamydia Screening Programme?
A comparison with national probability survey data
Evidence for changes in behaviour leading to reductions in HIV prevalence in urban Malawi
Apr 2011 Prevalence of sexually transmitted co-infections in people living with HIV/AIDS Whistlestop tour
Mar 2011 A prospective study of the effectiveness of electronic patient records in rapid-cycle assessment of treatment and partner notification
outcomes for patients with genital chlamydia and gonorrhoea infection
Whistlestop tour
Feb 2011 Treatment of syphilis in HIV-infected subjects: a systematic review of the literature Whistlestop tour
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About the editor: "Professor Jackie Cassell is based at Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK. She has published widely in the field of sexually transmitted infections, focussing on primary care and the impact of delayed care on disease transmission. She currently leads research on partner notification in primary care and other community settings, working closely with the Health Protection Agency, University College London, and a GUM clinic in Eastbourne, where she holds honorary posts. Jackie also leads a Wellcome Trust funded programme "The ergonomics of electronic patient records".
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Date Journal  
Aug 2011 Increase in HIV diagnoses among men who have sex with men in New Zealand from a stable low period  
Jul 2011 HIV infection, aging and cardiovascular disease: epidemiology and prevention Kathy Petoumenos and Signe W. Worm  
May 2011 Increasing HIV diagnoses in Australia among men who have sex with men correlated with the growing number not taking antiretroviral therapy
Jan 2011 HIV infection among men who have sex with men in East and South-East Asia – time for action
Partner management for sexually transmissible infections: better options and guidelines please
The importance of striving for greater efficiency
HIV and sex work: the ten commandments of Pattaya Michael Kirby
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Dr Roy Chan, Singapore.

Editors in chief:
Roy Chan received his medical training at the University of Singapore and post-graduate dermatology and venereology training from the UK. He is Director of the Singapore National Skin Centre.

He is the Programme Director of the Singapore STI Control Programme and holds an Adjunct Associate Professor appointment with the Department of Community Occupational and Family Medicine, National University of Singapore. His interests in STI research include behavioural research in sex workers and men who have sex with men. He is a Visiting Senior Consultant at the Communicable Disease Centre, Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

He started Action for AIDS Singapore in 1988, and is its current President. He is also a founding member and past president of the AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific. He is the Chair of the IUSTI Asia-Pacific region.

Professor Christopher Fairley
Professor of Sexual Health & Director, Melbourne Sexual Health Centre

Christopher K Fairley has an undergraduate medical degree from the University of Melbourne, Australia. Before taking up his position as Professor of Sexual Health within the School of Population at the University of Melbourne and Director of the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre in 2001, he spent 5 years at the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at Monash University. He also worked at the Communicable Disease Surveillance Center in London between 1994-1995.

Professor Christopher K Fairley holds three specialist medical fellowships from the College of Physicians, Faculty of Public Health and Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine. He Chairs the Steering Committee of the Sexual Health Service of ACCESS Project and Research Advisory Sub Committee Chapter of Sexual Health- Research and Education Foundation, The Royal Australasian College of Physicians.

He is also a member of the International Executive of the International Union of Sexually Transmitted Infections. He chaired the 2006 Sexual Health Conference organizing committee and was involved in the organisation of the 2007 International Sexually Transmitted Diseases Committee in Seattle. He is also member the Federal Ministerial Advisory Committee on AIDS, Sexual Health and Hepatitis and Chairs Ministerial Advisory Committee on Blood Borne and Sexually Transmissible Infections in Victoria, Australia. He is an editor of the journal ‘Sexual Health’ and his principle research interest is the public health control of sexually transmitted diseases.


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Date Journal  
Oct 2011 Discordance Between Spermatozoa Detection and Self-Reported Semen Exposure  
Sep 2011 Screening of Oropharynx and Anorectum Increases Prevalence of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae Infection in Female STD Clinic Visitors  
Aug 2011 Population-Based Surveillance for Neonatal Herpes in New York City, April 2006–September 2010  
Jul 2011 High Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Incidence and Reinfection Among Performers in the Adult Film Industry  
Jun 2011 Did National HIV Prevention Programs Contribute to HIV Decline in Eastern Zimbabwe? Evidence From a Prospective Community Survey  
May 2011 Infectious Syphilis Among Adolescent and Young Adult Men: Implications for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Transmission and Public Health Interventions  
Apr 2011 The Need to Focus on Sex Workers in Generalized HIV Epidemic Settings  
Mar 2011 The Etiology of Acute Nongonococcal Urethritis—The Enigma of Idiopathic Urethritis?  
Feb 2011 A Paradox: Overscreening of Older Women for Chlamydia While Too Few Younger Women Are Being Tested  
Jan 2011 Serologic Testing for Syphilis in the United States: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Two Screening Algorithms  


Editorial Board of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Dr Julius Schachter, Editor Dr Sevgi Aral, Assoc Editor Dr Joan M Chow, Assoc Editor
Dr Myron Cohen, Assoc Editor Dr H Handsfield, Assoc Editor Dr Jeanne Marrazzo, Assoc Editor
Biographies of Editor and Associate Editors.  
Dr Cornelis Rietmeijer, Assoc Editor    




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