Episode 11:  Sarah Woodhall, a Principal Scientist in the HIV & STI Department, Public Health England.

In this podcast, Sarah chats to Karen about work that aimed to quantify chlamydia testing and diagnosis among 16-24 year olds in Britain in relation to risk factors for prevalent chlamydia infection.  Data were drawn from Natsal-3, and the work was a collaboration with the Natsal team at UCL, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Public Health England.

Find the paper HERE.

For more information about Natsal-3, go to http://www.natsal.ac.uk/natsal-3.aspx 

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