About the SSSTDI
The Society for the Study of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Ireland (SSSTDI) was founded in September 1985.
The aim of the Society is to provide a forum for the discussion and coordination of clinical services, and to promote, encourage and improve the clinical and public health aspects of sexually transmitted diseases. It has become the lead professional representative body for those working in the field of sexual health with particular emphasis on the management of STIs and HIV in Ireland.
Membership is open to doctors, nurses, medical scientists and allied healthcare professionals.
Membership entitles you to participate at the meetings and events of the Society at a reduced rate.