The guidance emphasises doctors and patients’ understanding of all two key sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) – HIV and HPV.
It outlines the steps the health provider and clinician can take to identify people who are at risk of infection, and how to communicate when changing routine care.
Some clinicians may also need training to share information on measuring HIV and HPV, the virus infections that can cause cervical dysplasia and genital warts.
Dickenson has an expertise in the management of patients who are already at high risk of HIV and HPV infection, and people who have sex with men.

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