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Sexually transmitted infections and travel

Sexually transmitted infections and travel

Travel health

Karen Rogstad

Consultant in Genitourinary Medicine and HIV
Department of Genitourinary Medicine
Royal Hallamshire Hospital
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

It is well recognised that those on holiday abroad drink more alcohol than they do at home; are more likely to take recreational drugs; and are more likely to drink and drive. This change in risk behaviour also extends to sexual activity. Does this matter and – if so – why do nurses need to know about it?

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