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STD 101 in a Box

This resource is based on STD 101, a workshop at the 2014 National STD Prevention Conference in Atlanta, GA. The workshop provided participants who had little or no STD Prevention experience a basic knowledge of STD Prevention so that they could actively participate in the conference. The purpose of STD 101 in a Box is to provide users with materials so that they may develop similar workshops. The downloadable materials may be customized for conferences, group discussions, and presentations.

Topics include STD clinical and behavioral information, HIV/STD inter-relationship, STD epidemiology, and STD prevention program information. Potential users may include, but are not limited to, community-based organizations, public health departments, schools of public health, health educators, primary care providers, and Disease Intervention Specialists (DIS).

All materials provided are in the public domain. These materials may be reproduced without permission. You are also free to adapt and revise these materials to meet the needs of your organization; however, you must remove the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) name and logo if changes are made.

Support Documents

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Presentations

See the User's Guide
for more information about these presentations and how they may be customized.

DocumentFiles
Welcome PresentationSTD-101-Welcome-2014.pptx
STD-101-Welcome-2014.pdf
Common STDs: STD 101 for CliniciansSTD-101-Common-Clinicians-2014.pptx
STD-101-Common-Clinicians-2014.pdf
Current Epidemiology of Selected STDsSTD-101-Epidemiology-2014.pptx
STD-101-Epidemiology-2014.pdf

The STD/HIV Inter-Relationship Presentation from CHBT

STD-101-STD&HIV-2014.pptx
STD-101-STD&HIV-2014.pdf

The STD/HIV Inter-Relationship Support Document from CHBT

STD-101-STD&HIV-Notes-2014.pdf
Expanding Opportunities for STD PreventionSTD-101-Expand-opp-STD-prev-2014.pptx
STD-101-Expand-opp-STD-prev-2014.pdf
STI Prevention & Control Programs: Local and StateSTD-101-State-Local-2014.pptx
STD-101-State-Local-2014.pdf
Closing PresentationSTD-101-Closing-2014.pptx
STD-101-Closing-2014.pdf

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Exercise & Video

See the User's Guide
for more information about the exercise and the video.

DocumentFiles
Sex in the City, An Inside View Activity Support Document from CHBTSTD-101-Activity-Support-Document.pdf
Sex in the City, An Inside View ScriptSex in the City Script.htm (web page)
Sex in the City - Full videoSexInTheCity.qt [QT - 25 MB]
SexInTheCity.swf Flash file [SWF - 3 MB]
SexInTheCity.exe (program)
Sex in the City - IntroIntroduction.qt [QT - 8 MB]
Intro.swf Flash file [SWF - 1 MB]
Intro.exe (program)
Sex in the City - Scene 1Scene_1.qt [QT - 5 MB]
Scene1.swf Flash file [SWF - 511 KB]
Scene1.exe (program)
Sex in the City - Scene 2Scene_2.qt [QT - 3 MB]
Scene2.swf Flash file [SWF - 445 KB]
Scene2.exe (program)
Sex in the City - Scene 3Scene_3.qt [QT - 5 MB]
Scene3.swf Flash file [SWF - 473 KB]
Scene3.exe (program)
Sex in the City - Scene 4Scene_4.qt [QT - 624 KB]
Scene4.swf Flash file [SWF - 622 KB]
Scene4.exe (program)

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Additional Resources

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Feedback

Do you have comments or questions about the "STD 101 in a Box - Ready-to-Use Presentations?" We welcome your feedback. E-mail us at: STDTraining@cdc.gov

Acknowledgments

We thank the National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers (NNPTC) for their contributions to the development and review of these training materials.

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