Official Statistics

National chlamydia screening programme (NCSP): data tables

Information on chlamydia testing and diagnoses in 15 to 24 year olds in England by demographic characteristics and geographical region.

Documents

Sexually transmitted infections and chlamydia screening in England: 2017

NCSP data tables: 2017

NCSP data tables: 2016

NCSP data tables: 2015

NCSP data tables: 2014

NCSP data tables: 2013

NCSP data tables: 2012

Details

Public Health England (PHE) collect data on all NHS and local authority commissioned chlamydia tests undertaken in England, to measure screening activity.

The data provides information on the:

  • trends in testing coverage
  • proportion of tests that are positive
  • detection rate

Figures by various demographic characteristics and by geographical distribution are also included.

Data at lower and upper tier local authority are available to download at Sexual and Reproductive Health Profiles.

Previously published data tables and outputs are available from the UK Government Web Archive.

Published 17 June 2014
Last updated 5 June 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated with 2017 NCSP data; health protection report; pre-release access list; and added links to the slide set and infographic under Details section. Revised previously published 2016 data to reflect resubmissions and improvements to data cleaning. Therefore, data may differ from previous publications.
  2. Updated with 2016 NCSP data; health protection report; slide set. Revised previously published 2015 data to reflect resubmissions and improvements to data cleaning. Therefore, data may differ from previous publications.
  3. Added link to Sexual and Reproductive Health Profiles
  4. Updated with 2015 NCSP slide set in PowerPoint and PDF format.
  5. Updated with 2015 NCSP data and revised previously published data to reflect clinic and laboratory resubmissions and improvements to data cleaning. Therefore, data may differ from previous publications.
  6. Updated with NCSP annual data slide set 2014: no change to statistics.
  7. Updated with 2013 and 2014 NCSP data.
  8. First published.