Common GU Problems in Primary Care
Testing for STI’s in Primary Care
Who to treat and who to refer
Management of Common STI’s
Ways in which STI’s can present in Primary Care:
(List below focusing on GU Medicine only)
• Asymptomatic
• Dysuria
• Discharge
• Abdominal pain
• Post-coital / intermenstrual bleeding
• Ulcers
• Itch and Rashes
• Lumps / bumps
• Extra genital manifestations
What the average GP needs to know about HIV Infection
HIV and the consequences of infection
Conditions that should raise warning flags for HIV testing in
primary care
HIV testing in primary care
Management of HIV patients with a primary care focus
Important HIV drug interactions in primary care