The GUIDE Clinic has an active research department which participates in research on HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's) and Infectious Diseases. Any member of the medical team, or the research nurse will be more than happy to give you information on current trials and research studies that are currently recruiting. It is very important to remember that there is no pressure to take part in any studies in order to access treatment.
Research is a very important part of understanding disease; it helps us to improve our understanding and treatment of diseases. There are many different research projects ongoing in The GUIDE Clinic and you may be invited to become involved. Ethical approval is obtained prior to carrying out any research.
We are introducing online bookings for the Guide Clinic. For the initial Phase of the project, we are only catering for Non-Symptom STI Screening Tests and PrEP clinic appointments. We will look to bring other Appointment Types online soon, but for now only those patients with no symptoms can book online. For all other patients please see the Coming to See Us area of the website.
MONKEYPOX: If you are concerned that you have symptoms of Monkeypox or have been a close contact of somebody with Monkeypox please phone the clinic in advance of your appointment. Please DO NOT walk in. This will enable us to arrange appropriate care for you. Please phone (01) 416 2315, Option 1.
Vaccinations against Monkeypox are currently not yet available at the GUIDe Clinic. This website will be updated as information is made available to us.
In line with public health guidance, please DO NOT attend the GUIDe clinic if you have symptoms of COVID19 or are a COVID19 contact.
Online STI bookings: www.swiftqueue.com please book into the appropriate clinic. Appointments are released regularly so please check back for availability. There is no walk-in STI service.