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Primary care providers should take a comprehensive sexual history, including a discussion of STI screening, HIV PrEP and PEP, behavioral health, and social determinants of sexual health. Clinicians can improve the experience of sexual health screening and counseling for transgender persons by asking for their choice of terminology or modifying language (e.g., asking patients their gender pronouns) to be used during clinic visits and history taking and examination (343). Options for fertility preservation, pregnancy potential, and contraception options should also be discussed, if indicated. For transgender persons who retain a uterus and ovaries, ovulation might continue in the presence of testosterone therapy, and pregnancy potential exists ( ).
Persons with HIV infection might have additional needs (e.g., referral for substance use or mental health disorders). Others require assistance to secure and maintain employment and housing. Persons capable of reproduction might require family planning counseling, information about reproductive health choices, and referral for reproductive health care.
Because latent syphilis is not transmitted sexually, the objective of treating persons in this disease stage is to prevent medical complications of syphilis. Latent syphilis can also be vertically transmitted to a fetus; therefore, the goal of treating a pregnant woman is to prevent congenital syphilis. Although clinical experience supports the effectiveness of penicillin in achieving this goal, limited evidence is available for guiding choice of specific regimens or duration. Available data demonstrate that additional doses of benzathine penicillin G, amoxicillin, or other antibiotics in early latent syphilis do not enhance efficacy, regardless of HIV status (592,593,609).
These regimens provide coverage against frequent etiologic agents of PID; however, the optimal choice of a cephalosporin is unclear. Cefoxitin, a second-generation cephalosporin, has better anaerobic coverage than ceftriaxone, and, in combination with probenecid and doxycycline, has been effective in short-term clinical response among women with PID. Ceftriaxone has better coverage against N. gonorrhoeae. The addition of metronidazole to these regimens provides extended coverage against anaerobic organisms and will also effectively treat BV, which is frequently associated with PID.
Consensus guidelines for management of abnormal cervical cancer screening tests combine patient-level risk data with clinical action thresholds to generate personalized management recommendations (Table 2). This framework allows management on the basis of risk for CIN 3, not specific test results. The guidelines were designed to identify persons at high risk who require colposcopy or expedited treatment and persons at low risk who might be able to safely defer invasive diagnostic procedures. The risk-based framework was designed to easily incorporate future revisions, such as the inclusion of new technologies for screening and management. Use of the guidelines can be facilitated by electronic technology that is continually updated, such as a smartphone application or the website ( ).
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During the DCE, participants completed a choice task, which was choosing their preferred mitigation strategy from the randomly presented options. The task was comprised of 3 choice profiles: Shelter in Place Situation A, or Shelter in Place Situation B, or None (Fig. 2). The None option represented the pre-COVID-19 status quo (opt-out) option (which explicitly allowed for higher risk preferences). Each profile was comprised of the nine attributes listed in Table 2. To ascertain preference, participants were presented with a task that contained different combinations of the levels of each of the nine attributes (Hensher et al. 2005). Participants were presented with 10 tasks twice, resulting in 20 choice tasks. The first task asked participants to choose the best options from the three choice profiles (Shelter in Place Situation A, or Shelter in Place Situation B, or None), and the second task asked them to choose the best option from the remaining two choice profiles (best-best analysis) (Ghijben et al. 2014; Lancsar et al. 2017). Since the study had three alternatives, use of a best-best DCE allowed for full preference ranking of the choice-sets (Ghijben et al. 2014; Lancsar et al. 2017). The number of tasks was chosen in alignment with the literature to prevent participant fatigue, limit cognitive overload, and ensure participants were able to consider all attributes (Coast and Horrocks 2007; Mangham et al. 2008; Clark et al. 2014).
The DCE results, preferences for COVID-19 nonpharmaceutical mitigation strategies, are reported in Table 5. The attributes were evenly distributed across first (Appendix Table 7) and second choices (Appendix Table 8), meaning that the DCE was balanced and the properties of the logit model were satisfied.
Our timely and relevant pilot project of nonpharmaceutical COVID-19 mitigation preferences among university students and staff members has shown that using web-based respondent-driven sampling (RDS) to recruit participants for a web-based discrete choice experiment (DCE) from multiple sites across three counties is feasible and implementable. The combination of these techniques is promising because it can enable recruitment of hard-to-reach populations that are underrepresented in sampling frames, allow higher-risk populations to participate in research, and can be completed anywhere in the world with access to the internet or a smart phone.
Parker CC, Chen H, Flagel SB, Geurts AM, Richards JB, Robinson TE, Solberg Woods LC, Palmer AA (2014). Rats are the smart choice: Rationale for a renewed focus on rats in behavioral genetics. Neuropharmacology 76B: 250-258 076b4e4f54