Society for the Study of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Ireland

The Tullamore Court Hotel,  Tullamore

Tullamore : 9th April 2016

The Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore

This years Spring meeting will be held on Saturday, 9th April 2016 in the The Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore. We hope that the program will appeal to all those working in sexual health in all of Ireland.

There will be an interactive session: Q&A with Expert Panel: Clinical Cases. You are asked to submit questions for these sessions by click on the button "Submit a Question"

Registration cost (inclusive of Lunch & Refreshments):

For SSSTDI membersFree
For Non SSSTDI members€ 15
€ 30 (to include SSSTDI membership for 2016)

RCPI and An Boed Altranais approved

Early registration is strongly encouraged as there are limited spaces available.

The Hotel are offering conference rates for anyone wishing to stay overnight. Single Room - €64.50 or PPS - €94. Breakfast included. Reservations and payments must  be made individually and not by SSSTDI.

SSSTDI Spring Meeting 9th April 2016

Tullamore Court Hotel, Tullamore


Registration – Tea/Coffee/Scones


Welcome by Ms Debbie Marshall, CNS (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner)

followed by

Dr Melissa Perry, Altnagelvin Hospital


“Developing an Advocacy Strategy for the Public Health STI/HIV Special Interest Group”

Breda Cosgrove , on behalf of the Public Health STI/HIV Special Interest Group (sub-group of the Public Health Medicine Communicable Disease Group)

“Uptake of Hepatitis B vaccine in local service”

Mary O’Neill, Project Manager, Sexual Health, HSE

‘Questions you always wanted to ask in GUM’ with Expert Panel


Lunch and Networking Time


‘Clinical Cases’ with Expert Panel


“A series of HIV-2 ”

Dr Eoin Walker Belfast HSCT

“Healthcare Providers. Practices and Attitudes Relating to Prevention of HPV infection and HPV Associated Disease in MSM in Ireland”

Dr Anna O’Rourke, St James’s Hospital

“6 Years of Outreach Testing – Is it Working?”

Dr Carol Emerson, Belfast HSCT

Closing Remarks


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