Abstract P096 Table 1

Association of reported drug and alcohol use and STI diagnosis in 2015

1Chems Yes, %N = 26,429 asked4p-value2Party Yes, %
N = 26,429 asked
4p-value3Alcohol excess, %
N = 20,406 asked
4p-value
Total4.4%
n = 1046
12%
n = 2891
6% n = 1225
Gender/
Sexual orientation (MSW-heterosexual men)
MSM16.5<0.000115.9<0.00018.7<0.0001
MSW0.918.29.1
Women0.37.13.9
New STI this yearYes17.0<0.000119.6<0.00016.60.156
No2.410.95.9
ChlamydiaYes14.0<0.000119.10.4357.10.257
No20.620.26.0
GonorrhoeaYes33.2<0.000123.8<0.00016.80.753
No7.817.26.5
SyphilisYes40.1<0.000121.70.3204.70.191
No14.519.36.8
HSVYes8.0<0.000117.40.1905.30.205
No18.620.06.9
Hepatitis BYes17.1<0.0069.70.2526.71.000
No019.76.6
Hepatitis CYes65.7<0.000145.7<0.000100.166
No16.419.36.7
  • 1“Chemsex drugs” (mephedrone, gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid, methamphetamine)

  • 2“Party drugs” (cannabis, ecstasy/MDMA, cocaine, ketamine)

  • 3Excess alcohol use was >14 units for women and >21 units for men.

  • 4p-values calculated using Chi squared or Fisher exact test as appropriate.