Dr Paula Baraitser
Dr Paula Baraitser is a consultant in sexual health at King’s College Hospital, an honorary senior lecturer in Global Health at King’s College London (KCL), and a Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellow.
Paula is also a trustee of the UK Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and a board member of the European Society of Contraception.
She leads the ‘Global Health in Local Practice’ module within the MSc/iBSc in Global Health at KCL and her research focuses on the innovation and evaluation of sexual health services, particularly online sexual health services in the UK and abroad.
PLOS one, February 2019
Online testing for sexually transmitted infections: A whole systems approach to predicting value
Journal of Medical Internet Research, March 2018
Web-based activity within a sexual health economy: Observational study
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, September 2017
The importance of online learning to increase access to contraception for women worldwide
PLOS Medicine, July 2017
e-STI testing and results service: a single blind randomised controlled trial
Health Technology Assessment, July 2016
Can text messages increase safer sex behaviours in young people? Intervention development and pilot randomised controlled trial
BMC Public Health, April 2012
Chlamydia screening in England: a qualitative study of the narrative behind the policy