Clinical trials for Chlamydia

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Title Recruitment status Location
Influence of concomitant anal sexual transmitted infections (bacterial proctitis and HPV infections) and of HIV/Hepatitis C-Co-Infections on anal secretion of HIV and Hepatitis C viruses, respectively Recruiting Germany
Chlamydia Prevalence and Testing Project - a randomised controlled trial Not recruiting Australia
Pilot study to facilitate partner notification and rescreening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in primary care. Not recruiting New Zealand
Treatment efficacy of azithromycin 1g versus seven days doxycycline for the treatment of rectal chlamydia among men who have sex with men – a double-blind randomized controlled trial Not recruiting Australia
'Test, Treat ANd GO': a trial of point-of-care testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in remote Aboriginal communities. Not recruiting Australia
The impact of text and email messaging on the sexual risk behaviour of young men and women: a randomised controlled trial Not recruiting Australia
Impact of antibiotic treatment regimen on sexual behaviour following urogenital Chlamydia trachomatis infection Not recruiting Australia
Chlamydia screening in general practice - a randomised controlled trial Not recruiting Australia
Interactive, internet-based education and information for young people about Chlamydia trachomatis Not recruiting Australia
Australian Chlamydia Control Effectiveness PIlot: a trial to determine whether annual chlamydia testing in general practice can lead to a reduction in chlamydia prevalence. Not recruiting Australia

Page last reviewed: 10/06/2015

Next review due: 31/12/2017