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Uptake and population-level impact of expedited partner therapy (EPT) on Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae: the Washington State community-level randomized trial of EPT.

BACKGROUNDExpedited partner therapy (EPT), the practice of treating the sex partners of persons with sexually transmitted infections without their medical evaluation, increases partner treatment and decreases gonorrhea and chlamydia reinfection rates. We conducted a stepped-wedge, community-level ra... Full description

Journal Title: PLoS medicine January 2015, Vol.12(1), p.e1001777
Main Author: Golden, Matthew R
Other Authors: Kerani, Roxanne P , Stenger, Mark , Hughes, James P , Aubin, Mark , Malinski, Cheryl , Holmes, King K
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title: Uptake and population-level impact of expedited partner therapy (EPT) on Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae: the Washington State community-level randomized trial of EPT.
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  • Golden, Matthew R
  • Kerani, Roxanne P
  • Stenger, Mark
  • Hughes, James P
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  • Malinski, Cheryl
  • Holmes, King K
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  • Adolescent–Administration & Dosage
  • Adult–Epidemiology
  • Anti-Bacterial Agents–Microbiology
  • Chlamydia Infections–Therapy
  • Chlamydia Trachomatis–Transmission
  • Contact Tracing–Isolation & Purification
  • Female–Epidemiology
  • Gonorrhea–Microbiology
  • Heterosexuality–Therapy
  • Humans–Transmission
  • Neisseria Gonorrhoeae–Isolation & Purification
  • Prevalence–Epidemiology
  • Sexual Partners–Microbiology
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases–Therapy
  • Washington–Transmission
  • Young Adult–Epidemiology
  • Anti-Bacterial Agents
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description: BACKGROUNDExpedited partner therapy (EPT), the practice of treating the sex partners of persons with sexually transmitted infections without their medical evaluation, increases partner treatment and decreases gonorrhea and chlamydia reinfection rates. We conducted a stepped-wedge, community-level randomized trial to determine whether a public health intervention promoting EPT could increase its use and decrease chlamydia test positivity and gonorrhea incidence in women. METHODS AND FINDINGSThe trial randomly assigned local health jurisdictions (LHJs) in Washington State, US, into four study waves. Waves instituted the intervention in randomly assigned order at intervals of 6-8 mo. Of the state's 25 LHJs, 24 were eligible and 23 participated. Heterosexual individuals with gonorrhea or chlamydial infection were eligible for the intervention. The study made free patient-delivered partner therapy (PDPT) available to clinicians, and provided public health partner services based on clinician...
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abstractBACKGROUNDExpedited partner therapy (EPT), the practice of treating the sex partners of persons with sexually transmitted infections without their medical evaluation, increases partner treatment and decreases gonorrhea and chlamydia reinfection rates. We conducted a stepped-wedge, community-level randomized trial to determine whether a public health intervention promoting EPT could increase its use and decrease chlamydia test positivity and gonorrhea incidence in women. METHODS AND FINDINGSThe trial randomly assigned local health jurisdictions (LHJs) in Washington State, US, into four study waves. Waves instituted the intervention in randomly assigned order at intervals of 6-8 mo. Of the state's 25 LHJs, 24 were eligible and 23 participated. Heterosexual individuals with gonorrhea or chlamydial infection were eligible for the intervention. The study made free patient-delivered partner therapy (PDPT) available to clinicians, and provided public health partner services based on clinician...
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