MoCCA research output

MoCCA Research Publications

Munari SC, Goller JL, Hellard ME, Hocking JS. Chlamydia prevention and management in Australia: reducing the burden of disease. MJA 2022 Nov;217(10):499-501. 
Goller JLCoombe JTemple-Smith M, Bittleston H, Sanci L, Guy R, Fairley C, Regan D, Carvalho N, Simpson J, Donovan B, Tomnay J, Chen MY, Estcourt C, Roeske L, Hawkes D, Saville M, Hocking JS. Management of Chlamydia Cases in Australia (MoCCA): protocol for a non-randomised implementation and feasibility trial. 

Goller JL, Coombe J, Bittleston H, Bourne C, Bateson D, Vaisey A, Tomnay J, O'Donnell H, Garret C, Estcourt CS, Temple-Smith M, Hocking JS. Patient delivered partner therapy for chlamydia infection is used by some general practitioners, but more support is needed to increase uptake: findings from a mixed-methods study. Sex Transm Infect. 2022 Jun;98(4):298-301. doi: 10.1136/sextrans-2020-054933. 

Coombe J, Goller JL, Bittleston H, Bateson D, Bourne C, O'Donnell H, Tomnay J, Temple-Smith M, Hocking JS. Patient-delivered partner therapy: One option for management of sexual partner(s) of a patient diagnosed with a chlamydia infection. Aust J Gen Pract. 2022 Jun;51(6):425-429. doi: 10.31128/AJGP-07-21-6066

Goller JL, Bateson D, Williams H, Hocking JS. How to treat pelvic inflammatory disease. Australian Doctor. 2022(1 April):17-23. 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. 

MoCCA is funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (APP1150014) and is a collaboration between the University of Melbourne and our project investigators and partner organisations in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. Click here for a list of our collaborators.

We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands upon which this research is being conducted.