Public Sector Resources
Specialist public sexual health services have an essential and historical role in improving access to high priority groups and managing more clinical problems. As well as a clinical role, many specialist services are also responsible for providing continuing professional development, clinical advice and support, population health advice, contact tracing and research.
Clinical guidelines are the cornerstone of best clinical practice. These cover treatment and management strategies in general practice, primary care and specialist settings. The clinical guidelines provided from these sites are regularly revised and have been made accessible electronically as decision support tools.
STI Fact SheetsThe purpose of these fact sheets are: to provide information for people who may come across them through the website to provide information for GPs and other health care workers for their own use or to print for their patients to remind GPs about their public...Read More
STI Clinical ManagementGuidelines, fact sheets and teaching resources for the clinical management of persons who have or at risk of sexually transmissible infections are provided in this section. Guidelines and Fact Sheets Standard Operating Procedures Manual for NSW Sexual Health...Read More
Sexual Health Service Planning and DeliveryThe resources provided here are designed to assist sexual health services in service planning and delivery. HARP Units and Medicare Locals Working together (NEW) Accreditation Guidelines for NSW Sexual Health Services 2005 Estimating the size of priority populations...Read More
Patient Delivered Partner Therapy – ADOPT ProjectIn NSW, as part of the ADOPT study Patient Delivered Partner Therapy is being offered at some Publicly Funded Sexual Health Clinics and some Family Planning Clinics.Read More