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Abstract

48 Hour Genitourinary Medicine Access Monthly Monitoring (GUMAMM). The offering of an appointment within 48 hours for GUM clinics was a target for March 2008 and is a current standard within the Operating Framework.

Main Topics/Subject Category
Sexual health
Variables

*Genito-urinary all attendances
*Genito-urinary first attendances
*Genito-urinary first attendances seen within 2 days
*Genito-urinary first attendances seen aFTEr 10 days
*Genito-urinary first appointments missed
*Genito-urinary first appointments missed within 2 days
*Genito-urinary first appointments offered within 2 days

Keywords
Sexual health, genito-urinary
Identifier Variables
SHA, PCT
Economic/Subject Categories
Sexual Health
Area of Health System
Public health
Data Available
Socio-economic
Data collecting organization (s)
Department of Health
Data Type
Administrative
National/Regional
National
Coverage (date of field work)
2008, 2009, 2010
Unit of Analysis
Aggregate, Individual
Sample

All SHA in England

Availability
Department of Health
Conditions of Access
Free access
Link
http://www.dh.gov.uk/[…]/index.htm
Contact
Tel: 01132545822, unify2@dh.gsi.gov.uk
Publications
Carlin EM and Kellock DJ. Uptake of 48-hour access appointments in genitourinary medicine. Int J STD AIDS 2008; 19: 79-82