Daniel Richardson

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OBJECTIVE To assess user preferences for different aspects of sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing services. DESIGN A discrete choice experiment. SETTING 14 centres offering tests for STIs in East Sussex, England. PARTICIPANTS People testing for STIs. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURE (Adjusted) ORs in relation to preferred service characteristics. (More)
OBJECTIVES To establish which aspects of sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing services are important to STI testing service users. METHODS 10 focus groups consisting of previous or existing users of STI testing services were conducted in community settings in the south east of England. Groups were quota sampled based on age, gender and sexual(More)
We present the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), Special Interest Group for Sexual Dysfunction updated recommendations for the management of premature ejaculation. The recommendations outline the physiology, prevalence, definitions, aetiological factors and patient assessment for this common sexual problem. Behavioural, local and(More)
We present the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) special interest group in sexual dysfunction recommendations for the management of retarded ejaculation. The recommendations outline the physiology, prevalence, definitions, aetiological factors and patient assessment for this sexual problem. We suggest treatment strategies, recommendations(More)
INTRODUCTION Recent reports have linked the use of phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitors with increased rates of high-risk sexual behavior and HIV transmission in some individuals. AIM A National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)-funded, multidisciplinary conference was convened to evaluate scientific research, clinical and ethical considerations,(More)
We present the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) Special Interest Group for Sexual Dysfunction recommendations for the management of vaginismus. The recommendations outline the history, prevalence, aetiological factors, patient assessment and management for this sexual problem. Treatment strategies are discussed along with general(More)
To determine uptake of home sampling kit (HSK) for STI/HIV compared to clinic-based testing, whether the availability of HSK would increase STI testing rates amongst HIV infected MSM, and those attending a community-based HIV testing clinic compared to historical control. Prospective observational study in three facilities providing STI/HIV testing services(More)
Rates of sexually transmitted infections (STI) in the UK continue to increase. A discrepancy between knowledge and awareness of STIs, and sexual behaviour appears to be ubiquitous throughout the world. We hypothesize that human beings are biologically programmed to fall in love and bond in powerful relationships, which, at least in the short term, prevents(More)
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