Dr Toni Hazell provides 10 top tips on sexually transmitted infections—part one of this two-part series covers general history taking, with a focus on chlamydia
Rosalie Allison and Professor Cliodna McNulty discuss the new PHE recommendations on UTIs and how the guidance supports responsible antimicrobial prescribing
Dr Toni Hazell presents an overview of HIV prevalence, testing, treatments, and other issues relevant to primary care
Dr Caroline Rayment discusses how the new NICE guideline will help practitioners provide early and consistent treatment to patients with suspected Lyme disease
Dr Simon N Stockley discusses new approaches to recognising and tackling an old enemy
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