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BASHH evening OGM Royal Society of Medicine, London Date, 17.00 – 19.00 Chair: BASHH president Approved for 2 RCP CPD points 17:00 – 17:15 Chair opening remarks 17.15 – 17.35 Mycoplasma genitalium in the British population: Findings from the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3) Pam Sonnenberg 17.35 – 17.55 Use of dual NAATs in the NCSP – unintentional introduction of gonorrhoea screening Nigel Field 17.55 – 18.15 Monitoring sexual behaviour through GUMCADv3: preliminary findings Hamish Mohammed 18.15 – 18.35 An update on the PROUD trial Monica Desai 18.35 – 18.55 Using surveillance data to monitor service delivery at a population level: Past, present and future. Kevin Dunbar 18.55 – 19.00 closing remarks 19.00 CLOSE Speaker Profiles Dr Pam Sonnenberg is Reader in Infectious Disease Epidemiology in the Research Department of Infection and Population Health at UCL and Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine. Pam is a co-applicant, and leads the STI work-package, of the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3). Nigel Field is an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Public Health and Infectious Disease Epidemiology in the Research Department of Infection and Population Health at University College London (UCL). His doctoral training was in virology and molecular biology, funded by MRC, as a MB PhD student at UCL. He is also a senior Public Health Specialist Registrar within the London Deanery, and undertakes regular clinical work in the Mortimer Market Centre Sexual Health Clinic. Since 2008, he has been part of the study team undertaking the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3). He is a member of the Marie Stopes International Ethics Review Committee, and works on a number of health protection projects with Public Health England. Hamish Mohammed is a Principal STI Surveillance Scientist at the HIV&STI Department of Public Health England. He is also the lead on GUMCADv3, the enhancement of GUMCAD through the collection of additional patient data. Monica Desai is a Public Health and Genitourinary Medicine Specialist Registrar, currently based at Public Health England, the Medical Research Council and University College London. She is a trial physician on the PROUD trial of pre-exposure prophylaxis. Dr J Kevin Dunbar works at Public Health England where he is the Director of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme. He is responsible for standard setting, monitoring and evaluation of chlamydia screening in England.