Tips and strategies for streamlining chlamydia management into routine care
The autofill (Best Practice) or management/comment (Medical Director) shortcut function in your medical practice software can be used to quickly insert information about chlamydia management into patient notes during a consult. You can tailor the specific text to your own needs.
Click here for the shortcut text for use during chlamydia consultations
Click here for the shortcut text for a patient with PID
Click here for the shortcut text for PDPT
Click here for instructions on how to insert autofill in Best Practice software.
Click here for instructions on how to insert autofill in Medical Director software.
Click here for the PDPT shortcut text for your electronic medical software.
For a brief overview of PDPT, head to our PDPT page.
For detailed information about offering and providing PDPT, read our recent Australian Journal of General Practice article available here.
Resources for Victorian healthcare providers
PDPT prescription template for Victoria (rtf)
Resources for New South Wales healthcare providers
New best practice guidance for general practice to reduce chlamydia associated reproductive complications in women
Australian Journal of General Practice, February 2021
Patient-delivered partner therapy: One option for management of sexual partner(s) of a patient diagnosed with a chlamydia infection
Australian journal of General Practice, June 2022
How to treat pelvic inflammatory disease
Australian Doctor, April 2022
Access to this article requires an Australian Doctor account. Click here to access the article if you already have an Australian Doctor account, or click here to register.
You can add a link to the MoCCA website into your Medical Director software for easy access.
Click here for instructions on how to do this
If you use Best Practice, you can save the MoCCA website to your browers favourites folder by clicking "ctrl" + "d"
As part of the MoCCA study, VCS Pathology are providing postal retest kits for patients diagnosed with chlamydia.
Click here for more information about the kits, including instructions on how to order a kit for your patients
Click here for a patient information sheet about the postal retest kits