WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- LEARNING CHECKLIST. // Pulse;11/23/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 44, p57
The article offers information concerning the medical practice in Great Britain. The screening and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases must be carried out by general practitioners is still under debate in the General Medical Services. All licensed Human Fertilization Embryology Authority...
- Ignorance Is Not Bliss. // People's Medical Society Newsletter;Dec99, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p6
Focuses on the findings of Wayne State University School of Medicine researchers about the knowledge of obstetrician-gynecologists of which sexually transmitted disease should be reported to the health department and the need to notify sexual partners.
- Partner notification an important part of management of most STIs. Bray, Susan // New Zealand Doctor;3/4/2015, p35
The article offers tips for general practitioners on how to perform partner notification for patients diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) which include providing patients with reasons for the notification, the use of non-judgmental phrases and not to make assumptions about...
- Sexual health guide aims to curb STIs. Wynyard, Ruth // New Zealand Doctor;11/2/2005, p13
Reports on the creation of sexual healthcare guidelines for general practitioners (GP) to curb the rate of sexually transmitted infections in Counties Manukau, New Zealand. Management and diagnostic advice covered by the guidelines; Budget allocated for the development of the guidelines...
- Appearances can often deceive. Bewley, Susan // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);12/24/88, Vol. 297 Issue 6664, p1663
Presents views regarding woman working in venereal disease clinic. Enjoyment in working in venereal disease clinic; Observation of male patients embarrassment due to their disease; Importance of professionalism in dealing with patients.
- LET'S TALK ABOUT S-E-X. Montague, Jim // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;01/05/97, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p11
Reports on the Institute of Medicine's call for doctors and patients to change their attitude regarding talking about sex. Findings of a report which shows that the United States has a higher rate of curable sexually transmitted diseases (STD); Projected number of Americans who will catch a STD...
- Helpful tips from Dr. Ruth on discussing STDs and sex. // Modern Medicine;Jun95, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p26
Presents tips from psychosexual therapist Ruth Westheimer to physicians on discussing sexually transmitted diseases (STD) with patients. Establishment of relationship with patients; Necessity of being non-judgmental; Inclusion of STD pamphlets in waiting room reading materials.
- Annual meeting of the Midland branch of the MSSVD, Hilton National Hotel, East Midlands Airport, 20-21 September 2002. Apoola, A.; Walzman, M. // Sexually Transmitted Infections;Apr2003, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p168
Reports on the annual meeting of the Midlands, England branch of the Medical Society for the Study of Venereal Diseases (MSSVD held September 20-21, 2002. Lecture topics; Antiretroviral therapies; Importance of bacterial vaginosis; Vulvovaginal candidal infection; Genital dermatoses; Debate on...
- Booty calls are such a hang up. Schmitt, Angela // UWM Post (Milwaukee, WI);4/2/2012, Vol. 56 Issue 24, p13
The author argues that booty calls are nasty and that casual sex increases the chances of getting sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the U.S.