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Jamil, Muhammad S., Prestage, Garrett, Fairley, Christopher K., Smith, Kirsty S., Kaldor, John M., Grulich, Andrew E., McNulty, Anna M., Chen, Marcus, Holt, Martin, Conway, Damien P., Wand, Handan, Keen, Phillip, Batrouney, Colin, Bradley, Jack, Bavinton, Benjamin R., Ryan, Dermot, Russell, Darren, and Guy, Rebecca J. (2015) Rationale and design of FORTH: a randomised controlled trial assessing the effectiveness of HIV self-testing in increasing HIV testing frequency among gay and bisexual men. BMC Infectious Diseases, 15 (561). pp. 1-10.
Tuttle, Camilla S.L., Van Dantzig, Thomas, Brady, Stephen, Ward, James, and Maguire, Graeme (2015) The epidemiology of gonococcal arthritis in an Indigenous Australian population. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 91 (7). pp. 497-501.
Daley, G.M., Russell, D.B., Tabrizi, S.N., and McBride, J. (2014) Mycoplasma genitalium: a review. International Journal of STD & AIDS, 25 (7). pp. 475-487.
Weaver, Emma, Bowring, Anna, Guy, Rebecca, van Gemert, Caroline, Hocking, Jane, Boyle, Douglas, Merritt, Tony, Heal, Clare, Lau, Phyllis, Donovan, Basil, and Hellard, Margaret (2014) Re-attendance and chlamydia retesting rates at 12 months among young people attending Australian general practice clinics 2007–10: a longitudinal study. Sexual Health, 11 (4). pp. 366-369.
Fagan, Patricia S., Downing, Sandra G., McCall, Bradley J., Carroll, Heidi J., Howard, Therese M., and Palmer, Cheryn M. (2013) Enhanced surveillance for gonorrhoea in two diverse settings in Queensland in the 2000s: comparative epidemology and selected management outcomes. Communicable Diseases Intelligence, 37 (3). E253-E259.
Goller, Jane L., Ward, James, Saunders, Mark, Couzos, Sophie, Kaldor, John, and Hellard, Margaret (2012) Chlamydia sentinel surveillance in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services finds higher testing and positivity rates among younger people. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36 (6). pp. 577-581.
Bowring, Anna L., Gouillou, Maelenn, Guy, Rebecca, Kong, Fabian Y.S., Hocking, Jane, Pirotta, Marie, Heal, Clare, Brett, Tom, Donovan, Basil, and Helllard, Margaret (2012) Missed opportunities—low levels of chlamydia retesting at Australian general practices, 2008–2009. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 88. pp. 330-334.
Ward, James, Guy, Rebecca, Huang, Rae-Lin, Knox, Janet, Couzos, Sophie, Scrimgeour, David, Moore, Liz, Leahy, Tim, Hunt, Jenny, Donovan, Basil, and Kaldor, John M. (2012) Rapid point-of-care tests for HIV and sexually transmissible infection control in remote Australia: can they improve Aboriginal people's and Torres Strait Islanders' health? Sexual Health, 9 (2). pp. 109-112.
Kong, Fabian Y.S., Guy, Rebecca J., Hocking, Jane S., Merritt, Tony, Pirotta, Marie, Heal, Clare, Bergeri, Isabel, Donovan, Basil, and Hellard, Margaret E. (2011) Australian general practitioner chlamydia testing rates among young people. Medical Journal of Australia, 194 (5). pp. 249-252.
Buhrer-Skinner, Monika, Muller, Reinhold, Buettner, Petra G., Gordon, Rose, and Debattista, Joseph (2011) Improving Chlamydia trachomatis retesting rates by mailed self-collection kit. Sexual Health, 8 (2). pp. 248-250.
Guy, Rebecca J., Kong, Fabian, Goller, Jane, Franklin, Neil, Bergeri, Isabel, Dimech, Wayne, Reilly, Nicole, Sullivan, Elizabeth, Ward, James, Kaldor, John M., Hellard, Margaret, Donovan, Basil, Heal, Clare, Hocking, Jane, Boyle, Douglas, Merritt, Tony, Britt, Helena, Lau, Phyllis, Pirotta, Marie, Brett, Tom, Fairley, Christopher, Chen, Marcus, O'Connor, Catherine, Marshall, Lewis, Dickson, Bridget, Grulich, Andrew, Harvey, Caroline, O'Neil, Lee, Jordan, Lynne, Stephens, Anne, Read, Christine, Wright, Deborah, Beckmann, Michael, MacPhail, Julie, Currie, Marian, Robinson, Zena, Miller, Trent, Halliday, Megan, Goldwater, Paul, Adams, Mick, Saunders, Mark, Hunt, Jenny, Waples-Crowe, Peter, Eades, Francine, Scrimgeour, David, Williams, Sid, Mundy, Cheryl, Herceg, Ana, and Moore, Liz (2010) A new national chlamydia sentinel surveillance system in Australia: evaluation of the first stage of implementation. Communicable Diseases Intelligence, 34 (3). pp. 319-328.
Temple-Smith, Meredith, Hopkins, Carol, Fairley, Christopher, Tomnay, Jane, Pavlin, Natasha, Parker, Rhian, Russell, Darren, Bowden, Frank, Hocking, Jane, Pitts, Marian, and Chen, Marcus (2010) The right thing to do: patient's views and experiences of telling partners about chlamydia. Family Practice, 27 (4). pp. 418-423.
Russell, Darren, and Gorton, Carla (2010) Experiencing PNG’s HIV epidemic: a far north Queensland perspective. HIV Australia, 8 (2). pp. 12-14.
Bilardi, Jade E., Fairley, Christopher K., Hopkins, Carol A., Hocking, Jane S., Temple-Smith, Meredith J., Bowden, Francis J., Russell, Darren B., Pitts, Marian, Tomnay, Jane E., Parker, Rhian M., Pavlin, Natasha L., and Chen, Marcus Y. (2010) Experiences and outcomes of partner notification among men and women recently diagnosed with chlamydia and their views on innovative resources aimed at improving notification rates. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 37 (4). pp. 253-258.
Bilardi, Jade E., Hopkins, Carol A., Fairley, Christopher K., Hocking, Jane S., Tomnay, Jane E., Pavlin, Natasha L., Parker, Rhian M., Temple-Smith, Meredith J., Bowden, Francis J., Russell, Darren B., Pitts, Marian, and Chen, Marcus Y. (2009) Innovative resources could help improve partner notification for chlamydia in primary care. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 36 (12). pp. 779-783.
Buhrer-Skinner, Monika, Muller, Reinhold, Bialasiewicz, Seweryn, Sloots, Theo P., Debattista, Joseph, Gordon, Rose, and Buttner, Petra G. (2009) The check is in the mail: piloting a novel approach to Chlamydia trachomatis testing using self-collected, mailed specimen. Sexual Health, 6 (2). 163 169.
McBride, William J. (2005) HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea: An unfolding disaster? Emergency Medicine Australasia, 17 (4). pp. 304-306.
Russell, Darren (2014) Sexual health in the consultation: common issues. In: Temple-Smith, Meredith, (ed.) Sexual Health: a multidisciplinary approach. IP Communications, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 131-144.