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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”



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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