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  • An Assessment of the GYT: Get Yourself Tested Campaign: An Integrated Approach to Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention Communication Friedman, Allison L.; Brookmeyer, Kathryn A.; Kachur, Rachel E.; Ford, Jessie; Hogben, Matthew; Habel, Melissa A.; Kantor, Leslie M.; Clark, Elizabeth; Sabatini, Jamie; McFarlane, Mary   Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention Campaigns in the 21st Century: New Frontiers in Social Media Bull, Sheana S.   Opt-Out Screenin
  •  The development of health behavioral interventions including those aimed at reducing the risk for STIs and HIV are guided by social and behavioral science theory for maximal impact. Specifically, constructs form social psychological theories such as the Health Belief Model, the Theory of Reasoned Action, and Social Cognitive Theory have been very popular during the past few decades to inform numerous interventions for HIV prevention. More recently, the role of the Internet and soci
  • April is STD Awareness Month! April is STD Awareness Month, and in 2014 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is promoting STD prevention as a part of HIV prevention. Studies show that people who have STDs such asgonorrhea, herpes, and syphilis are more likely to get HIV. And the same behaviors that put a person at risk for acquiring these STDs also put them at risk for HIV. Check out these various CDC resources to help
  • It's been a while - but here is a brand-new 5-minute STD case study. Discussion of the questions embedded in the PowerPoint are addressed in the accompanying PDF. As always, please feel free to use these slides for your educational purposes as longs as you credit the author and the Denver Metro Health Clinic. Comments are welcome on this site. The case study can be found in Resources at this link.
  • POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT Editor-In-Chief: Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually Transmitted Diseases, the journal of the American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association, is now accepting applications for the position of Editor-in-Chief.

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ASTDA Announces 2014 Recognition Awards

The American STD Association is very pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 ASTDA Recognition Awards:   Distinguished Career Award:  Franklyn N. Judson, MD Presented annually to a member for long and distinguished contributions in the field of STD research and prevention.   Achievement Award: Christina M. Marra, MD Presented annually for a single recent major achievement in the field of STD research and prevention, or to a member at mid-career
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April is STD Awarness Month!

Every April we are proud to join the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to recognize STD Awareness Month. With over 20 million new STDs diagnosed each year, including 50,000 new HIV infections[1], we dedicate this month to renewing energy in the fight against STDs. This month we will refocus our members, ourselves, and our communities on sexual health and STD prevention. Bookmark or subscribe to our blog, STD Prevention Gone Viral! for special posts about critical developments in STD prevention and sexual health. We will also host a Congressional briefing to educate members of Congress about the importance of STD
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Featured Resource

STDPOdcast with Dr. Sheana Bull

The development of health behavioral interventions including those aimed at reducing the risk for STIs and HIV are guided by social and behavioral science theory for maximal impact. Specifically, constructs form social psychological theories such as the Health Belief Model, the Theory of Reasoned Action, and Social Cognitive Theory have been very popular during the past few decades to inform numerous interventions for HIV prevention. More recently, the role of the Internet and soci
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What's New

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Table of Contents - May 2014

A new issue of Sexually Transmitted Diseases is now available online and for download through the iPad app!  Keep reading below for more details about this content. Sexually Transmitted Diseases May 2014
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CDC Prevention News Update - April 14, 2014

Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. "PNU is a prevention and treatment news summary service. NPIN redistributes summaries as a public service. Inclusion of an article does not
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NCSD Weekly Update - April 11 2014

        Dear NCSD Members -     With this weekly communication please find the following:   New Blogs on STD Prevention Gone Viral for STD Awareness Month! Save the Date! NCSD
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Table of Contents - April 2014

A new issue of Sexually Transmitted Diseases is now available online and for download through the iPad app!  Keep reading below for more details about this content. Sexually Transmitted Diseases April 2014
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Announcements

2014 STD Prevention Conference

The 2014 STD Prevention Conference, sponsored by CDC's STD Division will be held in Atlanta, GA, June 9 - 12, 2014. The conference will be a collaboration with the 15th IUSTI World Congress and the 2nd Latin American IUSTI-AL...

Posted on August 12, 2013

contact: STDConf@cdc.gov

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13th International Symposium on Human Chlamydial Infections

Thirteenth International Symposium on Human Chlamydial Infections ASILOMAR Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, CA 22 - 27 June 2014   This Symposium will offer a high quality scientific meeting covering all aspec...

Posted on November 02, 2013

contact: Chlamydia.Symposia@gmail.com

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