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Recent evidence highlights an increase in ‘chemsex’, the use of recreational drugs during sex, in men who have sex with men (MSM) and an association with risky sexual behaviours and outbreaks of STIs.1 However, the extent of sexualised drug use in people attending sexual health clinics (SHCs) is unknown.
STI surveillance in England is performed by Public Health England (PHE) using a disaggregated patient-level dataset of all diagnoses and services at SHCs.2 This is a minimum dataset with key demographic and clinical variables, but lacks behavioural data. To address this gap, PHE …
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