Report: HIV and STI feasibility study

Reports | Published: 06 Dec 2016

This one year feasibility study was funded by NHSE, commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership, and ran from March 2015- March 2016. It was delivered by MEDFASH (Medical Foundation for HIV & Sexual Health), in partnership with BASHH (British Association for Sexual Health and HIV), BHIVA (British HIV Association) and Public Health England.

The feasibility study report was very well received by the review panel comprising the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership, and members of the National Advisory Group for Clinical Audits and Enquiries (NAGCAE). They felt that the study was well-designed and executed and the outcome captured in an excellent report which makes a strong case for a future national clinical audit.

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Report: HIV and STI feasibility study