Research and analysis
Chlamydia: re-testing following a positive diagnosis
- Public Health England
- Part of:
- Chlamydia: surveillance, data, screening and management and Health Protection Report: latest infection reports
- 23 June 2015
- Last updated:
- 9 June 2017, see all updates
Monitoring data and reports on chlamydia re-testing rates following a positive diagnosis.
Monitoring rates of chlamydia re-testing within the English National Screening Programme, January 2013 to June 2016
Ref: PHE publications gateway number 2017109; HPR 11(20) PDF, 369KB, 9 pages
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The national chlamydia screening programme (NCSP) recommends case management for those testing positive for chlamydia, including a routine offer of re-testing, around 3 months after treatment.
This publication comprises reports and data published in May 2017, presenting quarterly re-testing rates for England, Public Health England Centre areas and local authorities to June 2016.
Previous years’ reports and data are available via the National Archives.
Read more information on NCSP guidelines and resources.
Published: 23 June 2015
Updated: 9 June 2017
- Updated with January 2015 to June 2016 data; HPR 11(20); data tables in Excel and PDF versions.
- Updated with 2014 to 2015 data.
- First published.