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-A cross sectional study of how people diagnosed with a bacterial sexually transmitted infection inform their partners.-Knight, Vickie; Ryder, Nathan; Bourne, Chris; McNulty, Anna
-Effectiveness of using Grindr to increase syphilis testing among men who have sex with men in Darwin, Australia.-Su, Jiunn-Yih; Holt, Jan; Payne, Rebecca; Gates, Kim; Ewing, Andrew; Ryder, Nathan
-Exploring the Benefits of Molecular Testing for Gonorrhoea Antibiotic Resistance Surveillance in Remote Settings.-Hui, Ben B; Ryder, Nathan; Su, Jiunn-Yih; Ward, James; Chen, Marcus Y; Donovan, Basil; Fairley, Christopher K; Guy, Rebecca J; Lahra, Monica M; Law, Mathew G; Whiley, David M; Regan, David G
-HIV testing rate increased following recommendation of routine screening of acute medical admissions at Royal Darwin Hospital.-Lallenec, Laura M; Currie, Bart J; Baird, Rob W; Pitman, Matthew; Ryder, Nathan
-Notification and management of congenital syphilis in the Northern Territory 2009 to 2014.-McLeod, Charlie; Su, Jiunn-Yih; Francis, Joshua R; Ishwar, Alice; Ryder, Nathan
-The Molecular Epidemiology and Antimicrobial Resistance of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Australia: A Nationwide Cross-Sectional Study, 2012.-Trembizki, Ella; Wand, Handan; Donovan, Basil; Chen, Marcus; Fairley, Christopher K; Freeman, Kevin; Guy, Rebecca; Kaldor, John M; Lahra, Monica M; Lawrence, Andrew; Lau, Colleen; Pearson, Julie; Regan, David G; Ryder, Nathan; Smith, Helen; Stevens, Kerrie; Su, Jiunn-Yih; Ward, James; Whiley, David M
-Trichomonas vaginalis prevalence increases with remoteness in rural and remote New South Wales, Australia.-Ryder, Nathan; Woods, Helen; McKay, Kate; Giddings, Nicolla; Lenton, Jo-Ann; Little, Christine; Jeoffreys, Neisha; McNulty, Anna M
-Why are men less tested for sexually transmitted infections in remote Australian Indigenous communities? A mixed-methods study.-Su, Jiunn-Yih; Belton, Suzanne; Ryder, Nathan