Associate Professor Rebecca Guy
is with the Sexual Health Program in the Kirby Institute for infection and immunity in society, UNSW, with a focus on randomised STI prevention trials, particularly within the primary health care setting. Rebecca is an investigator on a cluster randomised trial of chlamydia testing in general practice, a cluster randomised trial of best practice STI service delivery in remote Aboriginal communities and an intervention to improve HIV/STI testing in gay men attending general practices clinic in Sydney. Rebecca also has a strong interest in rapid point-of-care tests for STIs in remote and developing country settings and is leading a number of evaluations in this field.
Professor Basil Donovan
is the Head of the Sexual Health Program at the Kirby Institute. He is also a practising Sexual Health Physician at the Sydney Sexual Health Centre at Sydney Hospital, and a NHMRC Practitioner fellow. His research and policy interests include clinical and public health aspects of HIV and other STIs; and priority populations such as gay men, youth, sex workers, Aboriginal people, prisoners, and travellers.
Ms Carol El-Hayek
is the Surveillance Manager at the Centre for Population Health at the Burnet Institute. Carol manages several large surveillance systems, including the Victorian Primary Care Network for Sentinel Surveillance and the HIV/AIDS surveillance register on behalf of the Victorian Department of Health. Carol also has extensive experience in managing large epidemiological datasets as well as evaluation of public health programs.