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June 2016

Volume 92

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Sexually Transmitted Infections is the world's longest running international journal on sexual health. It aims to keep practitioners, trainees and researchers up to date in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all STIs and HIV. The journal publishes original research, descriptive epidemiology, evidence-based reviews and comment on the clinical, public health, translational, sociological and laboratory aspects of sexual health from around the world. It also publishes educational articles, letters and online material such as podcasts. STI is an official journal of the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV and the Australasian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine and is endorsed by MEDFASH.

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Members of BASHH are entitled to discounted subscriptions to STI, one of its official journals. Members include medical practitioners, scientists and other healthcare workers with an interest in sexual health.

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Seeking new Editor-in-Chief

BMJ is recruiting a new Editor-in-Chief for Sexually Transmitted Infections to take up the position from 2017 onwards. The application deadline is 30th June 2016.

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Zika Virus

BMJ wants to support the fast development of research around the Zika virus by enabling researchers to share their findings as quickly as possible. Until the end of July 2016, all of our journals will waive the article-processing charge on open access articles investigating the Zika virus.

If you wish to submit a manuscript about the Zika virus, please quote ZIKA2016. For full information on our author submission policies, visit: http://journals.bmj.com/site/authors/how-to-submit.xhtml

Podcasts 

Dr Khalil Ghanem discusses ocular syphilis with the authors of two studies. Dr Susan Tuddenham, from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and Dr Motoyuki Tsuboi, from the AIDS Clinical Center, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Tokyo, Japan.

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In the News

DIY sampling kits accessed through gay men's social media unearth new HIV cases

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