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Expanding to “At Risk” Populations: What About the Guys?. Region II IPP Advisory Meeting May 31, 2006 Kelly Opdyke, MPH Cicatelli Associates Inc. Region II IPP Strategic Plan 2005-2009.

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Expanding to at risk populations what about the guys

Expanding to “At Risk” Populations:What About the Guys?

Region II IPP Advisory Meeting

May 31, 2006

Kelly Opdyke, MPH

Cicatelli Associates Inc.


Region ii ipp strategic plan 2005 2009

Region II IPPStrategic Plan 2005-2009

  • PRIORITY 1: Target/Expand Chlamydia Screening to Young Sexually Active Women and Men at Risk for Infection in Public and Private Settings.

    • GOAL: All at risk men and women under the age of 25 will be screened at least annually.

      • OBJECTIVE 1A: Revise regional screening criteria so that screening is targeted to the most at-risk populations by October 2006.

        • 1A.1c: Identify male screening practices and coverage

        • 1A.3b: Develop criteria for male screening


Region ii ipp protocols guidelines sep 2003

Region II IPPProtocols & Guidelines (Sep. 2003)

  • “At this stage of development, Region II IPP funding does not cover widespread screening and treatment services for men unless they are identified as partners of infected women.”

  • “Region II Clinical Care Committee recommendation is to screen and treat all males attending STD clinics”


Chlamydia testing volume by sex

Chlamydia Testing Volume by Sex


Ct screening volume distribution by sex project area

Ct Screening VolumeDistribution by Sex & Project Area


Male positivity for chlamydia by age group and provider type

Male Positivity for Chlamydia byAge Group and Provider Type

N = 1,233 N = 12,221 N = 20,288 N = 14,438 N = 27,917


Male ct testing positivity by project area and provider type

Male Ct Testing & Positivityby Project Area and Provider Type

Region II IPP CY2005


Male ct testing positivity for other provider types

Male Ct Testing & Positivityfor “Other” Provider Types

Region II IPP CY2005


Male ct testing positivity by project area and age group

Male Ct Testing & Positivityby Project Area and Age Group

Region II IPP CY2005


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