‘Why have STI rates increased in the middle age population?’ -A critical review
Monsell, Ellen (2013) ‘Why have STI rates increased in the middle age population?’ -A critical review. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
Background- Recent reports have shown that individuals aged 45-64 are at an increased risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection, with rates rising steadily over the last several years. Sexual health research has historically focused on the needs and behaviours of the young, with more recent interest into the needs of the older population. This has led to an interest into the literature available regarding the population in the middle of these two groups; the ‘middle age’ population.
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