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BASHH 2008 National Audit of Sexual History Taking. Case Notes Audit (detailed data). Number of cases (N= 4121 ). Age distribution (N= 4121 ). Gender distribution (N= 4121 ) - ordered by female cases. Sexual preference Male cases, n= 2061. Sexual preference Female cases, n= 2060.

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Bashh 2008 national audit of sexual history taking

BASHH 2008 National Audit of Sexual History Taking

Case Notes Audit

(detailed data)




Gender distribution n 4121 ordered by female cases
Gender distribution (N= 4121)- ordered by female cases


Sexual preference male cases n 2061
Sexual preference Male cases, n= 2061


Sexual preference female cases n 2060
Sexual preference Female cases, n= 2060



New re book new 3242 rebook 879 27
New/Re-bookNew=3242, Rebook=879 (27%)






Non-documentation of specified components about contacts: Female bi/homosexual, most recent contact (n=21)







Acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

  • The work done by all NHS staff who submitted data and supported the Audit is gratefully acknowledged. The work done by those running the pre-pilot and pilot phases is gratefully acknowledged

  • The work done by the Regional Chairs and staff in NHS Trusts/Clinics is gratefully acknowledged

  • Membership of National Audit Group, April 2007: Chris Carne (Chair), David Daniels (vice-chair), Hugo McClean (Hon Sec), Anatole Menon-Johansson (Director of Development), Raymond Maw (N.Ireland and BCCG chair), Ed Wilkins (BHIVA Representative), TC Harry (Anglia), Gail Crowe (Essex), Ravindra Gokhale (Merseyside), Ann Sullivan (N Thames), Eva Jungmann (N Thames), Sarup Tayal (Northern), Ashish Sukthankar (North-West), Adil Isaac (Oxford), Steve Baguley (Scotland), Arnold Fernandes (South-West), Cindy Sethi (SE Thames), Steven Estreich (SW Thames), Jyoti Dhar (Trent), Helen Bailey (Wales), Sarah McAndrew (Wales), Reena Mani (Wessex), Kaveh Manavi (West Midlands), Amy Tobin-Mammen (Yorkshire), Paul Bunting (Co-opted Member), Irene Vaughan (Co-opted Member), Mike Walzman (Co-opted Member),Nicola low (Co-opted Member)

  • The advice and support of Hilary Curtis in designing the on-line questionnaires and in collecting, processing and tabulating the audit data into a national aggregate and regional aggregates is gratefully acknowledged


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