Clinical trials for Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

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The clinical trials below are relevant to Sexually transmitted infections (STIs). For all clinical trials, go to clinical trials search

This list shows clinical trials for Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

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Can internet-based sexual health services increase diagnoses of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)? Evaluation of an internet-based sexual health service Recruiting United Kingdom
Different approaches to partner notification in primary care Not Recruiting United Kingdom
Expanding HIV Testing and Prevention to Reach Vulnerable Young Women Recruiting South Africa
The Young Woman's Reach Project: Trial of an Intervention to Impact Contraceptive Behavior, Unintended Pregnancy, and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Among Adolescent Females Not recruiting United States
The effects of sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing on STI prevalence and safe sex behaviours of brothel sex workers in Bangladesh Not recruiting Bangladesh
Pilot study to facilitate partner notification and rescreening for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in primary care. Not recruiting New Zealand
'Test, Treat ANd GO': a trial of point-of-care testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in remote Aboriginal communities. Not recruiting Australia
Providing testing reports to general practitioners as an intervention to increase chlamydia screening Not recruiting Australia
Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in HIV-infected Patients Not recruiting Switzerland
Project AWARE: Using the Emergency Department (ED) to Prevent Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in Youth Not recruiting United States
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