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STI & HIV 2019 World Congress

 

July 14 – 17, 2019 Vancouver
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  P-004 The nationwide antimicrobial resistance surveillance system of sexually transmitted infections - South Korea, 2017-2018 Chang Hee Han Received Received
  P-005 Gonorrhea in the era of AMR, diagnostic needs for improved antimicrobial stewardship in low and middle income countries Cecilia Ferreyra Received Received
  P-006 First test alone then together - the practice of couples HIV testing in Ethiopia Tewodros Hailemariam Received Received
  P-007 Uptake of Couples HIV Testing and Counselling in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Tewodros Hailemariam Received Received
  P-012 A process evaluation of an incentivized home-based intervention to test and start (HITS) in rural Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa Oluwafemi Adeagbo Received Received
  P-013 Screening practices related to inconclusive Neisseria gonorrhoea and Chlamydia trachomatis nucleic acid amplification testing Cherie Blair Received Received
  P-019 Implementing home-sampling strategies to engage young heterosexuals in Chlamydia trachomatis re-testing and peer-testing Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-020 Urisponge facilitate urine collection and transportation for the detection of STD with the AnyplexTM II STI-7 assay Santina Castriciano Received Received
  P-021 Use of non-FDA cleared assays for detection of STIs in children being evaluated for suspected sexual abuse Margaret Hammerschlag Received Received
  P-022 Strategies for integrating Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae testing into antenatal care in Botswana: a cost-effectiveness study Adriane Wynn Received Received
  P-024 Targeted point-of-care testing compared to syndromic management of urogenital infections in Rwandan women Janneke van de Wijgert Received Received
  P-025 Automation and optimization strategies in a molecular lab result in an improved workflow for STI surveillance studies Carsten Tiemann Received Received
  P-027 Safety and effectiveness of same-day screening and treatment among youth in Los Angeles, California Erin Keizur Received Received
  P-029 Multi-target PCRs - the new multi-tool of STI diagnostics Carsten Tiemann Received Received
  P-030 Pilot implementation of a home-care program for chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis testing in HIV positive MSM Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-031 Using intervention mapping to develop a home-care program for men who have sex with men to get themselves tested for HIV/STI Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-036 Predictors of lost to follow-up in a test and treat programme among women with high-risk sexual behaviour in Kampala, Uganda Onesmus Kamacooko Received Received
  P-038 Comparison of AnyplexII STI-7e v1.1 to Allplex CT/NG/MG/TV for the detection of STI from urine collected with UriSponge Santina Castriciano Received Received
  P-039 A central reference laboratory for antimicrobial resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae in the US Department of Defense June Early Received Received
  P-041 How is the value of point-of-care tests for STIs negotiated in the context of a nationalised health system? Agata Pacho Received Received
  P-045 Is chlamydia testing in general practice sustained when financial incentives or auditfeedback are removed: A cluster RCT Jane Hocking Received Received
  P-046 Ensuring quality-assured and personalized online self-testing within a market-driven context Hanna Bos Received Received
  P-048 Improving home-based STI/HIV self-sampling and boosting sample return rates Paul Flowers Received Received
  P-049 STI testing and documentation via a phone application (app): Experience with the safe app Kenneth Fife Received Received
  P-050 Sexual Health London online testing: A review of service users and outcomes Ryan Kinsella Received Received
  P-051 Accuracy of sexually transmitted infections testing on self-collected vaginal samples versus cervical samples Clementina Cocuzza Received Received
  P-053 Detection of sexually transmitted pathogens from sediment of first-void urine in patients from greater Zagreb Area Jasmina Vranes Received Received
  P-055 London Sexual Health Programme Developing innovative solutions to open access sexual health services Luke Byron-Davies Received Received
  P-057 The Brazilian strategy for HIV self-tests free distribution in public health Pmela Gaspar Received Received
  P-060 Performance of 3-in-1 pooled samples from anal, rectal, and throat of GeneXpert CT/NG in Bali, Indonesia Irvin Romyco Received Received
  P-067 Drug use during sex among Dutch swingers and associated sexual risk behavior: A hidden phenomenon? Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-071 Police harassment and HIV/STI risk behaviors among a sample of people who inject drugs on the U.S.-Mexico border Oscar Beltran Received Received
  P-077 Piloting an algorithm to guide clinical treatment decisions for syphilis notified partners in Rotterdam, the Netherlands Hannelore Gtz Received Received
  P-079 Using theory and evidence to optimise an accelerated partner therapy intervention in a chlamydia partner notification trial Paul Flowers Received Received
  P-080 Investigating the effects of accelerated partner therapy on chlamydia transmission in Britain: a mathematical modelling study Christian Althaus Received Received
  P-083 Designing online HIV information, testing and clinical care pathways to address users expectations and emotions Jo Gibbs Received Received
  P-084 Distance as barrier in sexual health centre utilization, even in a country with an extensive infrastructure Denise Twisk Received Received
  P-085 Relative contribution of general practices and sexual health centres in STI consultations in the Netherlands Hannelore Gtz Received Received
  P-086 Social bonds as a strategy of practical assistance for sex worker healthcare Ana Amélia Bones Received Received
  P-087 Providers views on barriers and facilitators of bacterial STI testing among gbMSM living with or at risk for HIV Charlie Guiang Received Received
  P-092 Herpes simplex virus type 1 epidemiology in Latin America and the Caribbean: systematic review and meta-analytics Manale Harfouche Received Received
  P-093 Performance of four diagnostic assays for detecting herpes simplex virus type 2 antibodies in Middle East and North Africa Soha Dargham Received Received
  P-096 Vulvar Zoster Christine Remar Concepcion Received Received
  P-099 Risk of acquiring HIV infection among exposed infants in ed primary health care facilities in Ibadan Oyo State Nigeria Aishat Bukola Usman Received Received
  P-103 Optimization of data audits to achieve epidemic control and quality of care in Kajiado Central sub-county ROBERT NYAMWEYA Received Received
  P-105 Silent treatment interruption among people living with HIV in Bureti Sub-County, Kericho County Cheruiyot Sambu Received Received
  P-134 Epidemiology of Cryptococcal antigenemia among HIV infected patients in southwestern Nigeria Odekunle Odegbemi Received Received
  P-139 The racial impact of AIDS trends among women in Sao Paulo, Brazil Carmen Silvia Bruniera Domingues Received Received
  P-142 Characteristics of HIV-1 pretreatment drug resistance and its impact on combined antiretroviral therapy in Beijing Ruolei Xin Received Received
  P-145 An intra-familial transmission of HIV-1 CRF02_AG was reconstructed by molecular epidemiology Chun Huang Received Received
  P-148 Transcontinental dissemination of the major HIV-1 CRF01_AE lineages circulating in China MINGHUI AN Received Received
  P-149 EVolution: A text messaging powered intervention for connection, support and HIV eradication Katie Plax Received Received
  P-152 The epidemiology of HIV infection among young adults in Brazil NATALIA KOPS Received Received
  P-153 Are parturient women on anti-retroviral therapy complying with the recommended six-months exclusive breastfeeding? Anthony Ajayi Received Received
  P-156 Study on the effect of slanDC-mediated ADCC in HIV-1-infected patients Wenqing Geng Received Received
  P-163 HIV care and treatment services for female sex workers: utilisation of and satisfaction with the services in Kampala, Uganda Gertrude Namale Received Received
  P-166 Predictors of viral non-suppression among children in a HIV program in Kenya: A cross-sectional study Douglas Gaitho Received Received
  P-167 PCR Detection of HIV Proviral DNA in Brain Tissues from HIV Infected Autopsy Cases from Zambia Lishi Bai Received Received
  P-168 Multidrug resistant tuberculosis in TB/HIV co-infected patients in Rivers State, Nigeria Mary Alex-Wele Received Received
  P-169 Association between CXCR4 and TRAIL pathway expression in CD4 T lymphocytes from HIV ART-nave patients Sarah Ratkovich-Gonzalez Received Received
  P-171 Zbtbs gene expression in CD4 T cells and systemic pro-inflammatory cytokines in nave and treated HIV patients Judith De Arcos Jimenez Received Received
  P-172 Association between short-chain fatty acids producing bacteria and CD4 T cells recovery in HIV positive patients Mariana Ruiz Briseño Received Received
  P-179 Community based local rapid HIV testing campaigns to expand HIV diagnostic coverage Ana Amélia Bones Received Received
  P-180 Virtual academic detailing to improve quality of HIV health care Ana Amélia Bones Received Received
  P-186 Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections among people living with HIV on ART at STI clinic in Kumasi, Ghana Thomas Agyarko-Poku Received Received
  P-192 Healthcare worker related stigma and discrimination towards people living with HIV in Gov. Celestino Gallares Memorial Hospital Tagbilaran City, Bohol Lydette Galimba Received Received
  P-196 WIR-Center for Sexual Health and Medicine: A care model to counter HIV/STI in Germany Adriane Skaletz-Rorowski Received Received
  P-207 Burden of ophthalmia neonatorium among babies of PLHIV at a district hospital in Kumasi, Ghana Thomas Agyarko-Poku Received Received
  P-208 Testing and treating genital and extra genital bacterial infections in HIV infected patients: Lessons learned Cátia Caldas Received Received
  P-209 Productive impact of assisted referrals and incentivized enrollment on the uptake of HIV services in Lagos state, Nigeria. The Experience of ARFH. Felix Iwuala Received Received
  P-211 Reproductive outcome and fetal growth in HIV-infected pregnant women at a university hospital in Vitória, Brazil Helena Lucia Barroso Reis Received Received
  P-216 Gender-based violence and the associated psychosocial and mental health issues among Filipino HIV-positives Evangeline Castronuevo-Ruga Received Received
  P-218 Determining the Neurocognitive status and functional ability to screen for HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder (HAND) Ritika Agarwal Received Received
  P-219 Profile of patients who underwent rapid STI tests at a health unit in the Brazilian capital city with the highest HIV rate Ana Bones Received Received
  P-220 A person may test quickly, perhaps because of work pressures: How clinic-staff in Zimbabwe account for misdiagnosis in rapid HIV testing Morten Skovdal Received Received
  P-222 Living with HIV/AIDS in adolescence: factors for therapeutic compliance Shirley Coelho Received Received
  P-228 From 2017 positive voices data: Is self-reported health associated with depressive symptoms among people with HIV in England? Natasha Ratna Received Received
  P-233 Genital tract infection of women with and without tubal pathology Svetlana Dubrovina Received Received
  P-237 Enzyme complexes of alcohol metabolism protect against liver injury in animal models fed acute alcohol and anti-HIV drugs Cheng Ji Received Received
  P-241 Detection of Y-chromosomal DNA correlates with last unsafe sexual exposure Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-243 High prevalence of Ureaplasma spp. in women visiting an STI clinic although no azithromycin resistance was discovered Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-246 Community perceptions, experiences and preferences for partner notification services in North Carolina Humberto Gonzalez Rodriguez Received Received
  P-247 Partner notification for syphilis in Chile: Realities from two regional health services - a qualitative case study Jane Tomnay Received Received
  P-249 What works in partner notification for sexually transmitted infections, including HIV? Systematic review and meta-analysis Nicola Low Received Received
  P-251 Developing partner notification outcomes for bacterial STI by sex-partner type: International perspectives Claudia Estcourt Received Received
  P-253 HPV vaccine knowledge and acceptability among MSM in Lebanon: A qualitative study Ismal Maatouk Received Received
  P-254 Barriers to sexual assault disclosure within sexual health services: A mixed method/population study Jane Meyrick Received Received
  P-262 PrEP utilization among young transgender women, transgender men, and MSM in an urban community-based setting Doreen Dankerlui Received Received
  P-265 CD4 count as parameter to estimate the time of infection in HIV positive men having sex with men and its social implications Patrick Eustaquio Received Received
  P-273 Understanding the mental health issues and service needs of the transgender community in Delhi, India Ramita Iyer Received Received
  P-276 A national action plan to advance the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV in Canada Angela Kaida Received Received
  P-277 Reducing HIV self testing barriers in black African communities using click and collect: A Public Health England HIV innovation fund project Chamut Kifetew Received Received
  P-278 Strategies developed by ministry of health of Brazil to increase HIV diagnosis since 2012 Pmela Gaspar Received Received
  P-279 Development and validation of sexually transmitted infections decision modelling software in cooperation with policy makers Fabian Sailer Received Received
  P-280 Use of mobile healthcare units in rapid test events in combating sexually transmitted infections Ana Amélia Bones Received Received
  P-281 Reaching out to MSM and transgender persons, who fled for war and LGBT oppression, for HIV and STI testing, HBV vaccination and counselling Wim Zuilhof Received Received
  P-290 Temporal discounting and engagement in care among HIV-infected pregnant and breastfeeding women Jessica Saleska Received Received
  P-291 Impact of Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission service uptake and outcome of care among women attending ante natal care in Nigeria Chidiebere Ezeokafor Received Received
  P-299 Epidemiology of sexually transmitted infections at Gabriel Toure Teaching Hospital, Bamako, Mali Ibrahima Téguété Received Received
  P-307 Linkage to HIV care from sexual health center Rotterdam: Timely entrance to care, but worrying loss to follow-up in migrants Hannelore Gtz Received Received
  P-308 Timing of initiation of HIV treatment and level of adherence among pregnant women under optionB programme in Nigeria Olumuyiwa Omonaiye Received Received
  P-311 Examining interactions with online outreach workers for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men David Brennan Received Received
  P-313 The role of temporal discounting in a conditional cash transfer intervention to improve engagement in HIV-care Jessica Saleska Received Received
  P-314 Identifying key stakeholders and their roles in the integration of POCTs for STIs into clinical services Agata Pacho Received Received
  P-316 Structure-based drug design for Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, and Mycoplasma genitalium Kayleigh Barrett Received Received
  P-319 Randomised Controlled Trial of 1 and 5 5-Fluorouracil Creams Compared with 90 Trichloroacetic Acid for Anogenital Wart Treatment Ika Anggraini Received Received
  P-322 A Brief Clinic-Based Peer-to-Peer Education Intervention to Improve Prevention Practices Among Sexual Minority Males Nathan Lachowsky Received Received
  P-323 Unexpected rising trend of sexually transmitted infection in Bangkok, Thailand Alisra Tattakorn Received Received
  P-324 How do the psychosocial characteristics of women attending sexual health services differ from those attending primary care? Natalie Edelman Received Received
  P-326 Examining Statistical Methods to Evaluate Syndemics Ashley Hill Received Received
  P-328 Sexual health care: Professional development for rural practitioners Siobhan Bourke Received Received
  P-329 Stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, and sexual and reproductive health in a nationally-representative sample of US women Joy Scheidell Received Received
  P-335 E-devices usage in order to promote mHealth for young key population: Hackhealth outcomes Diego Agostinho Calixto Received Received
  P-336 The sexual health knowledge, attitudes and behaviour of women living with HIV in Banten Province, Indonesia Dyah Juliastuti Received Received
  P-345 Correlates of consistent condom use among urban adolescents attending high-school in Panama Indira Ranaweera Received Received
  P-346 Psychosocial factors associated with chlamydia retesting among young people in the UK Lorraine McDonagh Received Received
  P-348 Intracluster correlations of STI and sexual behaviour outcomes: Estimates from a community-based cluster RCT Jane Hocking Received Received
  P-350 Collecting data on the nations sexual health:review of the design of Natsal-4 Catherine Mercer Received Received
  P-351 Down to test: Music festivals program to improve attitudes & social norms to STI testing & condoms in high-risk young people Marty Janssen Received Received
  P-353 Social apps and the evolving risk environment: A cross-sectional survey among men who attend STDs clinics in Guangdong, China Changchang Li Received Received
  P-361 Prevalence of Bacterial vaginosis among women attending sexual health clinics in New York City, 2017-2018 Alissa Davis Received Received
  P-366 An evaluation of the BD MAX vaginal panel compared to the Nugent Score for diagnosis of bacterial vaginosis (BV) Lisa Cosentino Received Received
  P-369 Incidence of vaginal infections in Kenyan women randomized to continuous or cyclic contraceptive ring (CVR) Jeanne Marrazzo Received Received
  P-374 Overlap between Amsels criteria, Nugents Gram stain score, and vaginal microbiota community state types Antonio Salas Received Received
  P-375 Risk factors for incident bacterial vaginosis among heterosexual women Christina Muzny Received Received
  P-386 Cancer risk among people with HIV, HBV and/or HCV infections Maryam Darvishian Received Received
  P-394 Improving SRHR of adolescents in rural Bangladesh Md. Hossain Received Received
  P-395 Acceptability of point of care testing for chlamydia trachomatis in adolescents: If we make it, will they take it? Margaret Hammerschlag Received Received
  P-398 Can video-consultations be usefull for sexual health services? A demonstration project by the centres for sexual health in the Netherlands Filippo Zimbile Received Received
  P-399 HIV prevention among young key population: Community-based strategy outcomes, Brazil Diego Agostinho Calixto Received Received
  P-400 Quality Improvement Initiatives to Strengthen Viral Suppression among ALHIVs in Institute of Human Virology Sites in Abuja Henrietta Ezegbe Received Received
  P-401 Provision of online and offline HIV self-testing kits for students attending universities: experience from Sichuan, China Song Fan Received Received
  P-402 Large Dutch study reveals low-educated youngsters are an important target group for sexual health prevention activities Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-411 Acceptability of a phone app-based motivational interviewing intervention for young mens sexual health Alexis Guzman Received Received
  P-413 A dyadic intervention for STI prevention in youth: Feasibility, acceptability & preliminary effectiveness Pamela Matson Received Received
  P-415 The decision-making process of self-initiated HIV testing among youth: A qualitative study Oluwamuyiwa Adebayo Received Received
  P-416 Longitudinal relationship and sexual health outcomes for adolescent and young adults with pelvic inflammatory disease Maria Trent Received Received
  P-420 Understanding PrEP service delivery preferences among black women in urban and rural counties in the US deep south Latesha Elopre Received Received
  P-423 Pre-exposure prophylaxis as an alternative to post-exposure prophylaxis for electives. A survey assessing medical students knowledge, attitudes and beliefs Zayn Majeed Received Received
  P-425 Capturing missed opportunities for PrEP prescription in patient diagnosed with other STIs Stephanie McLaughlin Received Received
  P-430 Interest in switching to on-demand HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among Australian men who have sex with men using daily PrEP. Vincent Cornelisse Received Received
  P-436 Barriers to adherence to HIV treatment among adolescents and youth enrolled in ARV in two district hospitals in rural Rwanda NYIRAHABIMANA Naome Received Received
  P-439 Insurance coverage, financial strain, and adherence to pre-exposure prophylaxis among gay/bisexual men in the United States Tyler Wray Received Received
  P-444 A case series of pre-exposure prophylaxis failures in men using event-based-dosing in London, UK Naomi Fitzgerald Received Received
  P-446 Use of antibiotic prophylaxis for sexually transmitted infections among gay and bisexual men in Australia Vincent Cornelisse Received Received
  P-447 Awareness and acceptability of pre-exposure prophylaxis among MSM: Results from Scotlands gay bar survey Jamie Frankis Received Received
  P-452 A Nurse-Led HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Program at Cool Aid Community Health Centre for Men Who Have Sex with Men Karen Lundgren Received Received
  P-455 Awareness, Knowledge and Willingness to use HIV PrEP among MSM and TG People in Bali, Indonesia Irvin Romyco Received Received
  P-457 A single dose of behaviour change: The impact of testing on behaviour and chlamydia transmission Katarina Gluic Received Received
  P-458 Genital Chlamydia trachomatis and Mycoplasma genitalium among infertile women in University College Hospital, Ibadan Tinuade Ajani Received Received
  P-460 Assessment of tubal factor infertility attributable to chlamydia with Pgp3 serology Gloria Anyalechi Received Received
  P-463 Participation and retention of women in a prospective multicenter study on Chlamydia trachomatis infections (FemCure) Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-465 Chlamydia-screening for women under the age of 25 years in Germany how are we doing? Martyna Gassowski Received Received
  P-467 Factors associated with anorectal chlamydia or gonorrhoea test positivity in women a systematic review and meta-analysis Andrew Lau Received Received
  P-468 The association of symptoms with viable vaginal or rectal Chlamydia trachomatis load: Multicenter cohort study (FemCure) Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-469 Spontaneous resolution to negative and non-viable status of vaginal and rectal chlamydia trachomatis infection (FemCure) Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-471 Lymphogranuloma venerum in Quebec, Canada: five years of epidemiological survey, 2013-2017 Karine Blouin Received Received
  P-476 Prevalence of chlamydia and gonorrhea among youth in Los Angeles and New Orleans receiving frequent testing Erin Keizur Received Received
  P-477 Prenatal screening and treatment of Chlamydia trachomatis infection to prevent adverse pregnancy outcomes - a pilot study Changchang Li Received Received
  P-478 Is chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing associated with birth outcomes? A retrospective data-linkage cohort study Torrington Callan Received Received
  P-479 Immunoprofiling of Chlamydia trachomatis combining whole-proteome microarrays and high-throughput multiplex serology Katrin Hufnagel Received Received
  P-481 Patients with repeat Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae are different compared to those with single infections Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-482 Women visiting general practitioners have higher Chlamydia trachomatis bacterial loads than women visiting the STI clinic Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-484 The impact of Chlamydia trachomatis NAAT detection probability on test-of-cure results Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-485 Predictors of loss-to-follow-up among HIV infected MSM on treatment at a (trusted) community health centre in Lagos, Nigeria Adebola Adejimi Received Received
  P-487 A novel rapid real-time PCR test for the detection of Chlamydia trachomatis in patient samples Clare Cornwell Received Received
  P-488 Putting the U.S. Armys rising rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea in perspective: A comparison with U.S. trends Nikki Jordan Received Received
  P-489 Chlamydia trachomatis -specific gene transcripts as a more accurate marker for infection status Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-494 Diagnosis and management of lymphogranuloma venererum (LGV) in a municipal STD Clinic, San Francisco, 2016-18 Stephanie Cohen Received Received
  P-495 HIV, STIs and sexual health screening in men who have sex with men in Lebanon: A retrospective study Ismal Maatouk Received Received
  P-496 Syphilis risk perceptions among repeatedly infected men who have sex with men in Beirut-Lebanon Ismal Maatouk Received Received
  P-505 The impact of gonorrhoea vaccination in men who have sex with men on prevalence and resistance: a mathematical modelling study Janneke Heijne Received Received
  P-508 Hepatitis C reinfection rates after cure or clearance among HIV-infected and uninfected men who have sex with men Naveed Janjua Received Received
  P-510 Chemsex among men who have sex with men in a mixed urban-non-urban area and associations with sexually transmitted infections Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-512 Quantifying sexual mixing by HIV status and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use among men who have sex (MSM) with men Linwei Wang Received Received
  P-519 Is chemsex among men who have sex with men perceived as problematic? A cross-sectional study in the Netherlands Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-530 Addressing underserved men who have sex with men (MSM): Advancing the sexual health approach for MSM in Vancouver, Canada Lachowsky Nathan Received Received
  P-531 Chemsex and STI clinic use among MSM: results from a large online survey in England Paula Blomquist Received Received
  P-532 The sexual behaviour and health of heterosexual-identifying men who have sex with men: a systematic review Tyrone Curtis Received Received
  P-539 Prevalence of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae among MSM in Morocco Amina Hanali Received Received
  P-540 HPV (sero) prevalence among young MSM visiting the STI clinic: Opportunities for targeted HPV vaccination Petra Woestenberg Received Received
  P-543 Cost-effectiveness of pre-exposure prophylaxis in MSM with event-driven and daily regimens Maria Xiridou Received Received
  P-545 Trends in HIV infection and AIDS in men who have sex with men (MSM): Adults compared to young people in Sao Paulo, Brazil Carmen Silvia B Domingues Received Received
  P-554 Adherence and sexually transmitted infections among MSM receiving care in a community-based HIV PrEP clinic in the deep South Paul St. Clair Received Received
  P-558 Sexual health, syndemics and assets among men who have sex with men: Secondary analysis of multi-national surveys Paul Flowers Received Received
  P-561 Developing surveillance tools to measure MSMs HIV infection risk in the era of complex biobehavioural prevention strategies Jamie Frankis Received Received
  P-562 Health seeking behaviour and acceptability of online outreach efforts among MSM using sex-seeking apps/websites David Brennan Received Received
  P-565 Personalized cognitive counseling (PCC) to reduce HIV risk following rectal gonorrhea/chlamydia diagnosis among MSM in Peru Jesse Clark Received Received
  P-570 Demographic, healthcare, and psychosocial factors related to STI diagnosis in a sample of young MSM: The P18 cohort study Stephanie McLaughlin Received Received
  P-573 Geographic effects of incarceration on multiple partnerships and STI among black men who have xex with men Maria Khan Received Received
  P-575 Prevalence and Risk Factors of Anal Human papillomavirus (HPV) Infections among MSM in Bali, Indonesia. Irvin Romyco Received Received
  P-579 High prevalence and correlates of syphilis and HIV infection among adolescents of the Comarca Ngbe-Buglé, Panama Amanda Gabster Received Received
  P-580 Predictors of sexually transmitted infection screening among binge alcohol using Native American adults Lauren Tingey Received Received
  P-583 The role of parents in predicting sexual health and substance use risk among Native American youth Lauren Tingey Received Received
  P-584 Factors predicting lifetime sexual experience among rural, reservation-based Native American youth Lauren Tingey Received Received
  P-585 Inuit community readiness: Adapting the community readiness model with Inuit communities for HIV prevention Audrey Steenbeek Received Received
  P-586 Ikajurniq: An Inuit cascade of care framework for sexually transmitted and blood borne infections Savanah Ashton Received Received
  P-589 The influence of preconception vaginal microbiota on preterm birth Catherine Haggerty Received Received
  P-595 Vaginal Microbiota Among Adolescent and Young Adult Women with Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Maria Trent Received Received
  P-597 Comparison of assays and specimen types for the diagnosis of Mycoplasma genitalium and macrolide resistant mutations Max Chernesky Received Received
  P-598 Detection of chlamydia, gonorrhoea and Mycoplasma genitalium insemen and in ESwab medium using Hologic Aptima assays Cécile Bébéar Received Received
  P-599 Mycoplasma genitalium detection in male and female urogenital specimens using a standardized molecular assay Rodney Arcenas Received Received
  P-600 Mycoplasma genitalium positivity rates in the US Barbara VanDer Pol Received Received
  P-604 Platform-agnostic reagents for detection of Mycoplasma genitalium Barbara Van Der Pol Received Received
  P-607 Detection of Mycoplasma genitalium macrolide resistance using the open channel of the Panther Fusion system Carsten Tiemann Received Received
  P-608 A PCR assay for detection of mutations associated with macrolide resistance in Mycoplasma genitalium in clinical samples Marianne Gossé Received Received
  P-609 Clinical evaluation of three commercial PCR assays for the detection of Mycoplasma genitalium and macrolide resistance Sabine Pereyre Received Received
  P-610 Mycoplasma genitalium in clients visiting two Dutch STI clinics: Very high prevalence and resistance to azithromycin Sylvia Bruisten Received Received
  P-611 High seroprevalence of Mycoplasma genitalium in the general adult population of Germany Felix Reichert Received Received
  P-612 Antimicrobial susceptibility data of Mycoplasma genitalium strains isolated in Japan Ryoichi Hamasuna Received Received
  P-615 Clinical improvement after standard treatment for urethritis: the role of Mycoplasma genitalium Clarissa Vergunst Received Received
  P-616 Predictive macrolide and fluoroquinolone resistance markers in Mycoplasma genitalium from the UK and Ireland Michaela Day Received Received
  P-617 Molecular typing of Mycoplasma genitalium shows a diverse epidemic with limited azithromycin resistance in South Africa Remco Peters Received Received
  P-618 Mycoplasma genitalium testing in clinical practice: Prevalence and resistance rates in a South London sexual health clinic Emma Wallis Received Received
  P-619 Macrolide and quinolone resistance in Mycoplasma genitalium: Data from a UK sexual health clinic Ruairi Conway Received Received
  P-622 The use of Seegenes AllplexMG & AziR assay for the detection of Mycoplasma genitalium and macrolide resistance in Wales ANDREW BARRATT Received Received
  P-623 Post-transcriptional regulation of genes by non-coding RNA in Neisseria gonorrhoeae, an obligate human pathogen Pooja Tanwer Received Received
  P-624 Culture for urethral gonorrhoea from asymptomatic men positive for Neisseria gonorrhoeae by urine Aptima Combo 2 testing Melanie Bissessor Received Received
  P-631 Cases of gonorrhea with multiple anatomic sites of infection in Canada, 2016 to 2017 Pam Sawatzky Received Received
  P-632 Regional differences in gonorrhoea antimicrobial resistance patterns in the Netherlands Maartje Visser Received Received
  P-633 Low gonorrhoea antimicrobial resistance and culture positivity rates in general practice: A pilot study Maartje Visser Received Received
  P-636 High diversity of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Germany revealed by molecular typing using NG-MAST (2014-17) Sebastian Banhart Received Received
  P-637 Neisseria gonorrhoeae genomic diversity in high risk groups in Switzerland Helena Seth-Smith Received Received
  P-638 Surveillance of gonococcal infection treatment failures 2015-2018 in Québec, Canada Sylvie Venne Received Received
  P-639 Molecular markers to predict cefixime decreased susceptibility of Neisseria gonorrhoeae : A global review Xiaomeng Deng Received Received
  P-641 Gonococcal antimicrobial susceptibility from the Thailand Enhanced Gonococcal Antimicrobial Surveillance Program, 2015 2018 Pachara Sirivongrangson Received Received
  P-643 Adverse pregnancy and neonatal outcomes associated with Neisseria gonorrhoeae: A systematic review and meta-analysis Dianne Egli-Gany Received Received
  P-646 Agent-based modelling study of antimicrobial resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae transmission Katy Turner Received Received
  P-647 Effective monotherapy due to high rate of azithromycin resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection in men in South Africa Remco Peters Received Received
  P-648 Factors associated with Neisseria gonorrhoeae azithromycin resistance in the Quebec sentinel network, 2015-2017 Karine Blouin Received Received
  P-649 Variations in time to clinical presentation for patients with uncomplicated genital gonorrhoea Jonathan Ross Received Received
  P-650 Randomized clinical trial comparing gentamicinazithromycin vs. ceftriaxoneazithromycin for rectal and pharyngeal gonorrhea Filip Rob Received Received
  P-652 Use of specimens submitted for Neisseria gonorrhoeae molecular testing to enhance surveillance in a Canadian arctic territory Ameeta Singh Received Received
  P-653 Modeling the impact of partially efficacious gonorrhea vaccines Shaheen Seedat Received Received
  P-654 Clonal spread of azithromycin resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Canada, 2014-2017 Irene Martin Received Received
  P-655 Molecular epidemiology associated with resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae isolates from south Brazil during 2008-2016 Maria Bazzo Received Received
  P-656 GyrA and ParC mutations in fluoroquinolone-resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae isolates from Kenya Mary Kivata Received Received
  P-658 Did minimum inhibitory concentrations in N. gonorrhoeae isolates change in Germany since 2014? Thalea Tamminga Received Received
  P-659 Improved typeability using culture-free genotyping of Neisseria gonorrhoeae compared to routine culture-derived surveillance Brian van der Veer Received Received
  P-662 Cell envelope damage of N. gonorrhoeae after 15-min beta-lactam exposure enables rapid antimicrobial susceptibility testing Emily Savela Received Received
  P-667 Guiding Neisseria gonorrhoeae management by molecular detection of ciprofloxacin resistance by SpeeDx ResistancePlus GC assay Seb Cotton Received Received
  P-673 In-vitro activity of SMT-571 and comparators against clinical isolates and reference strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae Paul Meo Received Received
  P-675 Two recent cases of extensively drug-resistant (XDR) gonorrhoea in the United Kingdom linked to a European party destination Patrick Horner Received Received
  P-677 Prescribed treatments for Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections and treatment failures in the Quebec sentinel network, 2015-2017 Fannie DEFAY Received Received
  P-678 An effective gonococcal lipooligosaccharide (LOS) vaccine: We know enough to make one Emily Schmidt Received Received
  P-680 Oropharyngeal gonorrhoea in the absence of urogenital gonorrhoea in a sexual network of males and females. Vincent Cornelisse Received Received
  P-683 Racial and ethnic disparities related to Neisseria gonorrhoeae among U.S. military active duty service members June Early Received Received
  P-686 The Enhanced Surveillance of Antimicrobial-Resistant Gonorrhea (ESAG) in Canada Irene Martin Received Received
  P-694 Case-Based Enhanced Gonorrhea Surveillance, Chicago, IL, 2018 Irina Tabidze Received Received
  P-695 Epidemiology of key STIs among female sex workers in the middle east and north Africa: systematic review and meta-analytics Laith J Abu-Raddad Received Received
  P-696 HIV among female sex workers and clients in the Middle East and north Africa: Subregional differences and epidemic potential Hiam Chemaitelly Received Received
  P-698 Comprehensive healthcare intervention for female sex workers in Ethiopian STI clinics: experience from Mekelle University Tesfay Gebrehiwet Received Received
  P-701 Time trends in prevalence and incidence of HIV, gonorrhea and chlamydia among female sex workers in Benin, 2008-2018 Michel Alary Received Received
  P-702 Characterizing HIV-associated vulnerabilities among women engaged in transactional sex to design programs in Ukraine Daryna Pavlova Received Received
  P-706 Low gonorrhea and chlamydia testing rate among female sex workers in Guangdong province: A cross-sectional analysis Peizhen Zhao Received Received
  P-709 Abnormal cervical screening test and sexually transmitted infections in West Africas female sex workers Ibrahima Téguété Received Received
  P-710 Epidemiology of abnormal cervical cytology in female sex workers in Mali, West Africa Tounkara Fatoumata Received Received
  P-714 HIV testing and undiagnosed fraction among adolescent girls and young women by engagement in sex work in Mombasa, Kenya Huiting Ma Received Received
  P-715 Violence and associated factors among female sex workers: analysis from a cross-sectional study in Guangdong, China Yajie Wang Received Received
  P-716 HIV prevalence in at-risk adolescent girls and young women in Kenya across locations associated with sex work Leigh McClarty Received Received
  P-718 Risk and place: the association between hotspot typology and determinants of HIV risk among female sex workers in Ukraine Leigh McClarty Received Received
  P-722 An Unusual Constellation of Symptoms: Outpatient Diagnosis of Neurosyphilis with No History of Prior Syphilis Symptoms Elizabeth Liu Received Received
  P-724 A conditional pay-for-performance program to Improve Syphilis Screening in Chinese STD Clinics: A Pilot Intervention M. Kumi Smith Received Received
  P-726 Syphilis do we see the end of the steep rise in cases in Germany? Klaus Jansen Received Received
  P-727 County-level factors associated with reported congenital syphilisUnited States, 20122015 Kendra cuffe Received Received
  P-728 Correlates of syphilis in women living with and without HIV in the US Womens Interagency HIV Study (WIHS) Kristal Aaron Received Received
  P-731 Prevalence of self-reported syphilis among Brazilian young adults: Findings from a nationwide Survey NATALIA KOPS Received Received
  P-735 Knowledge and attitudes around syphilis and syphilis pre-exposure prophylaxis among men who have sex with men in Vancouver Ronita Nath Received Received
  P-738 No bejel among Treponema pallidum isolates diagnosed as syphilis from Surinam, Antillean and Dutch clients in Amsterdam Hélène Zondag Received Received
  P-741 Detection of Treponema pallidum DNA at various body locations Silvia Nieuwenburg Received Received
  P-745 The pregnancy syphilis cascade of care: 95-95-95 goals for reducing of congenital syphilis in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil Carmen Silvia Bruniera Domingues Received Received
  P-746 Maternal to child transmission prevention program for syphilis and HIV in Brazil: Missed opportunities Helena Lucia Reis Received Received
  P-748 Syphilis diagnostic test of STANDARD Q Syphilis Ab using fingerprick whole blood and serum on high risk populations Rahma Evasari Lubis Received Received
  P-753 Monitoring the evaluation of congenital syphilis cases in the state of São Paulo, 2007 to 2017 Carmen Silvia B Domingues Received Received
  P-760 Sensitivity and specificity of the quantitative test for TPPA and RPR for diagnosis of congenital syphilis in neonates Xiangdong Gong Received Received
  P-761 Tip of the iceberg? An unusual syphilis outbreak among young Dutch heterosexuals indicating a larger epidemic Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-764 Getting to the bottom of it: Sexual positioning and syphilis stage at diagnosis among men who have sex with men Vincent Cornelisse Received Received
  P-765 Added value of Treponema pallidum PCR in diagnosing early syphilis Tamara Kleine Received Received
  P-769 A systematic review on alternative treatments for maternal syphilis Aishwarya Raich Received Received
  P-772 Gastric syphilis: A case of gastric syphilis developed into neurosyphilis. Lin zhu Received Received
  P-773 Increased detection rates of primary syphilis by PCR in a Provincial Laboratory Prenilla Naidu Received Received
  P-774 Prevalence of bacterial sexually transmitted infections and co-infection with HIV among MSM and TW in Tijuana, Mexico Claire Bristow Received Received
  P-775 Hepatitis C is not a problem for female transgenders in Goinia, Central Brazil - preliminary data MARCIA MARIA DE SOUZA Received Received
  P-777 Difference between transvestites and transwomen for HIV prevalence and risk behaviors SHEILA ARAUJO TELES Received Received
  P-778 HIV infection in transgender women from a region far from the epicenter of the HIV epidemic in Brazil preliminary results SHEILA TELES Received Received
  P-781 Patterns of HIV and STI among transgender women in eastern and southern U.S.: Interim baseline findings from the LITE cohort Andrea Wirtz Received Received
  P-784 Prevalence of STIs and HIV in transgender women and men: A systematic review Olivia Van Gerwen Received Received
  P-785 Syphilis Among MSM/TW in the Americas: A systematic review and meta-analysis (1980-2017) Jesse Clark Received Received
  P-787 Trichomonas vaginalis positivity rates by HIV status among women in a clinical study Barbara VanDer Pol Received Received
  P-788 Comparison of vaginal speculum and non-speculum specimens in the diagnosis of Trichomonas vaginalis Ibinabo Oboro Received Received
  P-789 Bacterial vaginosis markers detected by BD MAX Vaginal Panel in relation to absence and presence of Trichomonas vaginalis Marie-Helene Tremblay Received Received
  P-800 Prevalence of curable sexually transmitted infections among refugees: Global systematic review and meta-analysis Ghina Mumtaz Received Received
  P-802 Size of female injecting drug users in 10 Nigerian states and implications for HIV/reproductive health Idoteyin Ezirim Received Received
  P-814 Comprehensive healthcare interventions at Mekelle University STI and ART clinics for key population, northern Ethiopia Tesfay Gebrehiwet Received Received
  P-817 Longitudinal associations between recent incarceration and STI/HIV risk: The role of prior trauma in exacerbating risk Kailyn Young Received Received
  P-819 Influence of knowledge, attitude, motivation on willingness of mothers for their daughters to undergo HPV vaccination Sybil Lizanne Bravo Received Received
  P-821 Sexual behavior in adolescents before and after introduction of the HPV vaccination in Canada Robine Donken Received Received
  P-823 Comparison of Copan UriSpongeTM to Colli-Pee for the collection of urine for HPV detection with molecular assays Global Scientific Affairs Castriciano Received Received
  P-828 Use of hormonal contraceptives and genital human papillomavirus infection: A national multicenter study Marina Bessel Received Received
  P-830 Feasibility of online HPV self-collection in Canada: Digital health literacy in South Asian Women Sandy Zhang Received Received
  P-831 Characteristics associated with HPV-related external genital lesions among young adults in Brazil Marina Bessel Received Received
  P-834 Epidemiology of human papillomavirus among women in Guangdong, China 2008-2017 Ganfeng Luo Received Received
  P-838 Associations of the vaginal microbiota with HPV infection and cervical dysplasia in South African women living with HIV Janneke van de Wijgert Received Received
  P-846 Biomarkers of HIV exposure and condomless receptive anal sex in men who have sex with men using self-collected rectal swabs Maria Lemos Received Received
  P-850 Gender identify and self-reported HPV vaccination among youth living with or at high-risk for HIV Elizabeth Mayfield Arnold Received Received
  P-853 Human factors engineering to drive the development of a next generation Colli-Pee home-based first-void urine collection Vanessa Vankerckhoven Received Received
  P-855 Multi-peptide ELISAs overcome cross-reactivity and inadequate sensitivity of Chlamydia trachomatis and C. pneumoniae serology Bernhard Kaltenboeck Received Received
  P-856 Privacy and technology for young black men who have sex with men in the Southern US related to sexual care and research Ellen Eaton Received Received
  P-859 Genotyping gyrA and penA from remnant Neisseria gonorrhoeae positive Cepheid Xpert clinical specimens Sakina Qadir Received Received
  P-863 Transgender women in Lebanon: A qualitative study to understand HIV/STIs risk Ismal Maatouk Received Received
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