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2012 National STD Conference - Program Agenda

Pre-Conference Activities

Pre-Conference Meetings

Monday, March 12, 2012
8:00 am - 4:00 pmNCSD Board of Directors Meeting
Lake CalhounInvitation only
Fifth Level
8:30 am - 11:30 pmIPP Regional Coordinators Meeting
Greenway Ballroom A-BInvitation only
Second Level
8:30 am – 1:00 pmSTD 101 in a Box Workshop
Greenway Ballroom D-GOpen
Second Level
8:30 am – 4:30 pmProgram Science: A New Initiative: A New Approach to STD Prevention
Greenway Ballroom H-JOpen
Second Level
1:00 pm - 3:00 pmCommunity Approaches to Reducing STDs Meeting
Lake NokomisInvitation Only
Fifth Floor
1:00 pm – 4:00 pmIPP Epi-Methods Meeting
Greenway Ballroom A/BInvitation Only
Second Level
2:00 pm - 3:30 pmMeeting with FSAC Members
Nicollet Grand Ballroom, D3Invitation Only
Main Level
2:00 pm – 4:00 pmMental Health and STD Prevention Workshops
Regency RoomOpen
Second LevelPart I: Mental Health
Part II: Mental Health and STD Prevention
2:00 pm – 4:00 pmExpedited Partner Therapy (EPT) – Strategies to Address Common Barriers to Implementation
Lake Superior AOpen
Fifth Level

Site Visits

1:00 pm – 4:00 pmMINNEAPOLIS SITE VISITS to Local STD-Related Programs
Sponsored by NCSD (See NCSD Site Visits)

MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2012

10:00 am – 6:00 pmREGISTRATION/INFORMATION OPEN
Exhibit Hall
Main Level
5:00 pmCONFERENCE BEGINS
5:00 pm- 6:15 pmOPENING PLENARY SESSION
Nicollet Grand Ballroom
Main LevelChair and Moderator
Gail Bolan, MD
CDC, Atlanta
Welcome and Introduction from the Conference Sponsors
Gail Bolan, MD
Conference Chair
CDC, Atlanta
Lynn Barclay
Conference Co-chair
President and CEO, American Social Health Association
Jeanne Marrazzo, MD, MPH
Conference Co-chair
President, American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association
William (Bill) Smith
Conference Co-chair
Executive Director, National Coalition of STD Directors
Welcome and Introduction from Minnesota
Peter Carr, MPH
Minnesota Department of Health, St. Paul
Reflections on the Past Decades of STD/HIV Prevention: Evolving Norms, Behaviors and Science
James Curran, MD, MPH
Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health, Atlanta
6:15 pm – 8:00 pmWELCOME RECEPTION
Exhibit HallGRAND OPENING
Main Level

TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 2012

7:00 am – 8:15 amCONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
Nicollet Promenade
Main Level
7:00 am – 6:00 pmREGISTRATION/INFORMATION OPEN
Exhibit Hall
Main Level
7:30 am – 6:30 pmEXHIBITION HALL OPEN
Exhibit HallClosed 8:30 am – 9:30 am and 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Main Level
8:30 am – 9:30 amPLENARY SESSION - The Impact of Health Reform on Prevention, Provision of Services, and Control of STDs
Nicollet Grand Ballroom
Main LevelChair and Moderator
Mary-Beth Harty, JD, MPH
Assistant Research Professor
The George Washington University, Washington, DC
Updates on the Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Jeffrey Levi, PhD
Executive Director
Trust for America’s Health, Washington, DC
The Future of STD Prevention: The Experience of a Health Reform State
 
Kevin Cranston, MDiv
Director, Bureau of Infectious Disease
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston
Concurrent Sessions A1 – A7
10:15 am – 12:00 pmA1 ORAL PRESENTATIONS – Resistance Is Fertile: The Coming of Age of AMR GC
Nicollet Grand Ballroom C/D
Second LevelModerator
 
Kyle T. Bernstein, PhD, ScM
San Francisco Department of Public Health
A1.1
Rapid Assessment and Response to Neisseria gonorrhoeae with Decreased Susceptibility to Cephalosporins in California
 
Mark Pandori, PhD, HCLD (ABB)
San Francisco Department of Public Health
A1.2
Mandated Reporting of Neisseria gonorrhoeae Antimicrobial Susceptibility Test Results to a Local Health Department to Surveil for the Emergence of Cephalosporin Resistance
 
Julia A. Schillinger, MD, MSc
CDC, New York City
A1.3
Gonorrhea Treatment Practices in the STD Surveillance Network (SSuN) in 2010
 
Roxanne Kerani, PhD
Public Health – Seattle and King County
A1.4
Do New Ceftriaxone Treatment Recommendations for Gonorrhea Delay Treatment Among Low Injecting Facilities?
 
Sarah Guerry, MD
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
A1.5
Failure of Azithromycin Treatment for Urogenital Gonorrhea in the United States verified by Molecular Typing Methods
Olusegun Soge, PhD
University of Washington, Seattle
A1.6
Treatment in an Era of Dwindling Treatment Options
 
Kimberly A. Workowski, MD
Emory University, Atlanta
10:15 am – 12:00 pmA2 SYMPOSIUM – Panel Discussion: Essential Elements for Sexual Health Providers to Consider in Contracting with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)
Nicollet Grand Ballroom A/B
Second LevelModerator
Clare Coleman, BA
National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, Washington, DC
Family Planning Providers and FQHCs
 
Clare Coleman, BA
National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, Washington, DC
Panel Discussion: Essential Elements of Partnering with FQHCs
 
Gayla Winston, MPH
President and CEO, Indiana Family Health Council, Inc.
10:15 am – 12:00 pmA3 Oral Presentations – The “Have Nots” Have and the “Haves”Have Not: Inequalities and STDs in the US
Regency Room
Second LevelModerator
David B. Johnson, BA
CDC, Atlanta
A3.1
Risk Factors Associated with Trichomonas vaginalis Infection as Measured with a Nucleic Acid Amplification Test in Women in the United States
 
Charlotte Gaydos, DrPH
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
A3.2
How Do African American Adults Understand and Conceptualize HIV and Other STDs? Implications and Opportunities for a More Holistic Approach to Promoting Sexual Health
 
Allison Friedman, MS
CDC, Atlanta
A3.3
Measuring Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Gonorrhea by Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Region, California 1990–2010: How You Slice It Matters
 
Michael Samuel, DrPH
California Department of Health, Richmond
A3.4
STIs and Behavioral Risk Among Sexual Minority Women -- Chicago, 2009-2011
 
Cameron Estrich, BA
University of Illinois at Chicago
A3.5
"Clap" for College: Educational Roots of STI Disparities Between Students at Colleges Versus 4 Year Colleges
 
Janet Rosenbaum, PhD, AM
University of Maryland, Washington, DC
A3.6
Using DIS to Gain a Neighborhood Perspective for Syphilis Elimination Activities
 
Bodashus Dawson, BS
Marion County Health Department, Indianapolis
10:15 am – 12:00 pmA4 Oral Presentations – The Birds + the Bees +? When Sex Isn’t the Only Thing Driving STD
Greenway Ballroom F/G
Second LevelModerator
Patricia Kissinger, PhD
Tulane University, New Orleans
A4.1
Association Between Condom Serosorting and Bacterial STI Outcomes Among HIV-Negative MSM at an Urban LGBT Health Center
 
Anna Hotton, PhD, MPH
Howard Brown/UIC School of Public Health, Chicago
A4.2
Impact of a Chlamydia trachomatis Diagnosis on Sex Partnership Patterns: Implications for Ongoing Transmission
 
Linda Niccolai, PhD
Yale School of Public Health, New Haven
A4.3
Identifying Community Venues for Targeted HIV Transmission Control
 
Jacky Jennings, PhD, MPH
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore
A4.4
Social Determinants, Epidemiologic Context, and Individual Risk Factors for Chlamydia (CT) Among Women Attending Family Planning (FP) Clinics in the Region X Infertility Prevention Project (IPP), 2010
 
David Fine, PhD
Cardea Services, Seattle
A4.5
Toward a Social Ecology of N. Gonorrhoeae: Association of Incidence in Females with Neighborhood Characteristics in Five Geographically Disparate States, 2006 – 2008
 
Mark Stenger, MA
CDC, Atlanta
A4.6
The Impact of Poverty on Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Diagnoses Among Teenagers and Young Adults in Virginia
 
Oana Vasiliu, MD, MS
Virginia Department of Health, Richmond
10:15 am – 12:00 pmA5 WORKSHOP – Rapid Ethnographic Assessment as a Tool for STD Programs: An Introduction to the Approach
Greenway Ballroom A-C
Second LevelModerator
 
Karen Kroeger, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Concepts and Principles
 
Karen Kroeger, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Methods: Interviews and Observations
Thurka Sangaramoorthy, PhD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
Analysis and Reporting
Fred Bloom, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
10:15 am – 12:00 pmA6 ORAL PRESENTATION – It's Still Magic Even If You Know How It's Done: Evaluating Innovation in Service Delivery
Greenway Ballroom D/E
Second LevelModerator
Alexis Kaigler, MPP
CDC, Atlanta
A6.1
Finding Medical Homes for STIs in New York State
Bruce Agins, MD, MPH
New York State Department of Health
A6.2
Can Webinars Influence Clinicians’ Intent to Improve STD Screening and Treatment?
Blanche Collins, PhD, MHSE
CDC, Atlanta
A6.3
Lessons Learned from Implementing Kiosks for Patient Self Registration at a Walk-in Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinic, New York City, 2010-2011
Jessica M. Borrelli, MPH
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
A6.4
Delivering Laboratory Results by Text Message and E-mail: A Survey of Factors Associated with Conceptual Acceptability Among STD Clinic Attendees in the Southern United States
Avnish Tripathi, MD, MPH
University of South Carolina, Columbia
A6.5
State STD Policy Trends and the Role of Health Department Public Employees in Shaping Policy
Burke Hays, MPH
National Coalition of STD Directors, Washington, DC
A6.6
The Legal Aspects of Expedited Partner Therapy Practice: Do Laws Really Matter?
Ryan Cramer, JD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
10:15 am – 12:00 pmA7 ORAL PRESENTATION – PCSI’s Emerging Adulthood: Looking Past the Troubled Teens
Greenway Ballroom H-J
Second LevelModerator
 
Kathryn Macomber, MPH
Michigan Department of Community Health
A7.1
The Urge to Merge: One State Health Department's Experience in Consolidating STD and HIV/AIDS Programs
 
DeAnn Gruber, PhD, LCSW
Louisiana Office of Public Health, New Orleans
A7.2
Using the “Ten Essential Public Health Services” Framework to Support Program Services Coordination and Integration
Barbara Conrad, BSN, RN, MPH
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Baltimore
A7.3
Silo-Busting: Integrating Activities Across HIV, Sexually Transmitted Disease (STDs), TB, and Viral Hepatitis Programs at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Jennifer Fuld, PhD Candidate, MA
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Long Island City
A7.4
Integrated Models of HIV and STD Partner Services
Elin Begley, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
A7.5
There is No Room for Complacency: Recent Trends in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Seroprevalence and Risk Behaviors Among Early Syphilis Cases in Los Angeles, 2005 - 2010
Getahun Aynalem, MD, MPH
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
A7.6
Concurrent HIV-STD Testing by Patient Chief Complaint in an Emergency Department
Pamela Klein, MSPH
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
12:00 pm – 1:30 pmLUNCH BREAK
12:00 pm – 1:30 pmSPONSORED LUNCH SESSION (Sponsored by Merck)
Lake Superior - A/BAnogenital HPV Epidemiology, Diseases, and Vaccines
Fifth LevelDennis Fortenberry, MD, MS
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis
12:10 pm – 1:30 pmTOWN HALL MEETING
Comprehensive STD Prevention Services (CSPS) Discussion: Input into New Directions in 2014
Nicollet Grand Ballroom C/D
Main LevelDiscussant
Gail Bolan, MD
CDC, Atlanta
1:30 pm – 3:00 pmMINI-PLENARY SESSIONS
Nicollet Grand Ballroom A/BMini-Plenary 1 – Competing Demands among Clinical Preventive Services: Evidence, Return on Investment, Prioritization, and Future Directions
Main Level
Moderator and Discussant
 
Ashley B. Coffield, MPA
Principal Fellow
Partnership for Prevention, Washington, DC
Preventive Services for Women: Opportunities and Insights from the 2011 IOM Committee Recommendations
Magda G. Peck, ScD
Founding Dean and Professor, Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Milwaukee
Where Does STD Prevention Fit Into Clinical Priorities?
Michael Maciosek, PhD
Health Economist and Senior Research Investigor
HealthPartners Research Foundation, Minneapolis
What about the Men? Considerations for Sexual/Reproductive Health Clinical Preventive Services for Males
Arik V. Marcell, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore
Nicollet Grand Ballroom C/DMini-Plenary 2 – Emerging Research Paradigms in STD Epidemiology and Prevention
Main Level
Moderator
Sevgi Aral, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Program Science: The Integrated, Trans-disciplinary Science Base for the Planning, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of STD/HIV Prevention Programs
David Wilson, PhD
Director, Global AIDS Program
The World Bank, Washington, DC
Mathematical Modeling: Strengthing Prevention Policy
Geoffrey Garnett, PhD
Professor of Microparasite Epidemiology
Imperial College, London
Complexity Science: Characteristics and Implications for Future Approaches to STD/HIV Prevention
David H. Peters, MD, DrPH
Director, Health Systems Programs
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore
Concurrent Sessions B1 – B8
3:15 pm - 5:00 pmB1 SYMPOSIUM – Results from the "GYT: Get Yourself Tested" Campaign
Greenway Ballroom H-J
Second LevelModerator
Alison Friedman, MS
CDC, Atlanta
Overview of the Campaign: GYT Partnerships and Purpose
Sarah Levine, MS
Kaiser Family Foundation, Washington, DC
Promoting GYT: On-Air and Web Components
Lily Williamson, MA
MTV Networks, New York
Getting People Talking: GYT's Use of Social Media
Rachel Kachur, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
GYT on the Ground: Implementation in Local Areas
 
Charles Cook, BA
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Washington, DC
Impact of GYT: Evaluation Data from Clinics
Mary McFarlane, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
3:15 pm - 5:00 pmB2 SYMPOSIUM – The Safety Net System and Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Nicollet Grand Ballroom C/D
Main LevelNational Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD)
William (Bill) Smith, BA
NCSD, Washington, DC
Panel Discussion: Safety Net and ACA
Kevin Cranston, MD
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston
The Safety Net System and Implementation of the ACA
Clare Coleman, BA
National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, Washington, DC
3:15 pm - 5:00 pmB3 Oral Presentations – Adolescents: Don’t Serve the Young and the Restless the Same as the Old and the Textless
Greenway Ballroom D/E
Second LevelModerator
Jacky Jennings, PhD, MPH
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore
B3.1
Perceptions of Neighborhood Partner Availability and Discordance Between Ideal and Actual Sex Partner Characteristics within a Cohort of Adolescent Females at High Risk for Sexually Transmitted Infections
Pamela Matson, PhD, MPH
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore
B3.2
School Based Screening and Beyond: Expanding Collaborations to Serve DC's Youth
Yasir Shah, MPH, CHES
Washington, DC Department of Health
B3.3
Young Women's Body Image and Self-Protective Sexual Behaviors
Valerie B. Suggs, MPH
Marion County Public Health Department, Indianapolis
B3.4
A Multidimensional Model of Sexual Health, Condom Use and STI Among Adolescent Women
Devon J. Hensel, PhD
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis
B3.5
Using Targeted Facebook Ads to Increase Condom Use in Adolescents
Ayla Tolosa, MPH
Philadelphia Department of Public Health
B3.6
Risk Among Youth with Discordant Sexual Identity and Sexual Behavior: Representative Data from the 2005-2009 New York City Youth Risk Behavior Surveys
Preeti Pathela, PhD
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Long Island City
3:15 pm - 5:00 pmB4 SYMPOSIUM – STD Surveillance and Case Management Systems in a “Post” STD*MIS World: Examples and Experiences from the Field
Regency Room
Second LevelModerator
Robin Hennessy, MPH
CDC, Queens
Journey from STD*MIS to Maven in NYC: The Agony and the Ecstasy
Robin Hennessy, MPH
CDC, Queens
Evolution of a Modern STD Business Application
Stacy Shiver, BS
Florida Department of Health, Tallahassee
The New Age of Electronic STD Surveillance and Case Management Systems: Michigan Disease Surveillance System
Kathryn Macomber, MPH
Michigan Department of Community Health, Lansing
Swimming Upstream: Developing a New STD Data System in Washington State
Julie Simon, MSPH
Washington Department of Health, Olympia
What's New for PA-NEDSS, STD Surveillance?
Stephen Kowalewski, BS
CDC, Harrisburg
3:15 pm - 5:00 pmB5 Oral Presentations – MSMBC: MSM, Biotechnology, and Clinical Services
Nicollet Grand Ballroom A/B
Main LevelModerator
Gordon Mansergh, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
B5.1
Grindr and Other Geosocial Networking Applications: Advent of a Novel, High-Risk Sexual Market Place
Matt Beymer, MPH
Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center
B5.2
Sexual Risk Among Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) in a National Probability Sample: Prevalence of Risky Behaviors and Temporal Trends
Jami Leichliter, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
B5.3
New HIV Diagnoses Among Men who have Sex with Men Attending STD Clinics in the STD Surveillance Network (SSuN)—July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011
Eloisa Llata, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
B5.4
Is Syphilis Elimination Still an Option? Primary and Secondary Syphilis, 2008-2010, Chicago, IL
Irina Tabidze, MD, MPH
Chicago Department of Public Health
B5.5
Utility of Syphilis Chemiluminescence Immunoassay Index Values for Distinguishing True Infection Among Subgroups of Patients with Discordant Treponemal Immunoassay Results
Joan Chow, MPH, DrPH
California Department of Public Health, Richmond
B5.6
Successful Syphilis Disease Intervention Linking a High-Risk Sexual Network of MSM
Richie Diesterheft, BA
DePaul University, Chicago
3:15 pm - 5:00 pmB6 Symposium – Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Prevention: Maximizing Return on Investments
Lake Superior A/B
Fifth LevelModerator
Sevgi Aral, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Heterogeneity; Concentration; Targeting; Prioritization and Return on Investment
Harrell Chesson, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Gonorrhea: The Epidemiology; The Interventions; Targeting and Prioritization
Mark Stenger, MA
CDC, Atlanta
Chlamydia: The Epidemiology; The Interventions; Targeting and Prioritization
Elizabeth Torrone, MSPH, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Gonorrhea: Epidemiology and Prevention in NYC
Susan Blank, MD, MPH
CDC, Long Island City
3:15 pm – 5:00 pmB7 SYMPOSIUM - Backward, Fast and NAATSY: Dilemmas in STD Diagnostics
Greenway Ballroom A-CFeaturing an interactive panel and audience participation
Second Level
Moderators
Jo-Anne Dillon, PhD
University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Karen W. Hoover, MD, MSc
CDC, Atlanta
Reverse Sequence Syphilis Testing: Pros and Cons of Syphilis Screening with EIA
Thomas Peterman, MD, MSc
CDC, Atlanta
NAATS Testing at Non-Genital Sites – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Peter Leone, MD
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Matching the Right HIV Test to the Right Population: When Are Rapid Tests Not Good Enough?
Jo-Anne Stekler, MD, MPH
Univeristy of Washington, Seattle
5:00 pm – 6:30 pmPOSTER SESSION 1 (odd numbered posters)
Exhibit HallSponsored by Roche
Main Level

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2012

6:45 am – 8:15 pmSPONSORED BREAKFAST SESSION - New Molecular Diagnostic Assays for HPV and Trichomonas vaginalis
(Sponsored by Gen-Probe)
Lake Superior A/B
Fifth FloorCharlotte Gaydos, DrPH
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
Jennifer Smith, PhD
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
7:00 am – 8:15 amCONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
Nicollet Promenade
Main Level
7:30 am – 5:30 pmEXHIBITION HALL OPEN
Exhibit HallClosed 8:30 am – 9:30 am and 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Main Level
7:30 am – 6:00 pmREGISTRATION/INFORMATION OPEN
Exhibit Hall
Main Level
8:30 am – 9:45 amPLENARY SESSION
Nicollet Grand Ballroom
Main LevelChair and Moderator
Edward W. Hook, III, MD
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Addressing HIV/STI Disparities among MSM
Gregorio Millett, MPH
CDC/HHS Liaison to White House Office of National AIDS Policy
Washington, D.C.
Featuring an interactive panel discussion.
Kenneth Mayer, MD
Medical Director
The Fenway Institute, Boston
David Munar
President/CEO
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Jack N. Spencer Award
Concurrent Sessions C1-C8
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC1 Oral Presentations – Friends with Benefits: STD Prevention and Reproductive Health
Greenway Ballroom D/E
Second LevelModerator
Alana Ward, MPP
Partnership for Prevention, Washington, DC
C1.1
Prevention of Neonatal Herpes: United States Physicians' Practices Versus Clinical Guidelines
Camille Introcaso, MD
CDC, Atlanta
C1.2
Does Discussing STDs or HIV with a Parent Increase Condom Use Among Young Women Using Other Contraceptive Methods?
Heather Bradley, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
C1.3
Enhanced Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Surveillance in Three New York State Emergency Departments
Heather Lindstrom, PhD
Erie County Department of Health, Buffalo
C1.4
Assessing the Impact of High School Screening on Births Among Teenaged Mothers
Greta Anschuetz, MPH
Philadelphia Department of Public Health
C1.5
Closing the Gap: Missed Opportunities for Chlamydia Screening Among Young Females Seeking Reproductive Health Care
Joan Chow, MPH, DrPH
California Department of Public Health, Richmond
C1.6
STD CHOICES: Integrating Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancy Prevention into Routine Care for High-Risk Women Attending Urban STD Clinics in Baltimore MD, and Denver CO
Heidi Hutton, PhD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC2 SYMPOSIUM – Best Practices for Conducting Internet-based Sexual Health Research
Regency Room
Second LevelOnline Recruitment Protocols for Hard-to-Reach Populations
Alex Lantaffi, PhD
University of Minnesota
Understanding Technology Use Among Your Target Population: The Role of Formative Research
Kevin Horvath, PhD
University of Minnesota
Protocols for Conducting Online Focus Groups and Interviews
Michael Wilkerson, PhD
University of Minnesota
The Detection and Effects of Data from Potentially Ineligible Participants in Online Survey Research
Jeremy Grey, MA
University of Minnesota
Considerations of Unobserved Heterogeneity in Internet-Based Survey Data
Derek Smolenski, PhD
University of Minnesota
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC3 Oral Presentations – Healthcare Changes and STDs: When the Money Goes, Will the Services Stay?
Nicollet Grand Ballroom A/B
Main LevelModerator
Bill Lafferty, MD
University of Missouri-Kansas City
C3.1
A National Overview of Challenges Faced by STD Programs and Their Engagement in External Partnerships, as Reported in Annual Progress Reports Submitted to CDC
Julia Hood, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
C3.2
Evaluating the Impact of State Budget Eliminations on STD Clinical Services in New Hampshire: Assessment and Development of a Statewide Response
Kirsten Durzy, MPH
New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services
C3.3
A Universal Health Insurance Mandate Does Not Equate to Universal Coverage for STI Clinic Patients
Donna Felsenstein, MD, FIDSA
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
C3.4
The Future of the Infertility Prevention Project (IPP): Partnership Opportunities and Recommendations in Light of Passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Yvonne Hamby, MPH
JSI Research and Training Institute, Denver
C3.5
Effect of Shifts in Funding for STI Services During Health Reform Changes in Massachusetts
Mari-Lynn Drainoni, Med, PhD
Boston University School of Public Health
C3.6
Federal Appropriations: What is this Process and What Does it Mean?
Stephanie S. Arnold Pang, BA
National Coalition of STD Directors, Washington, DC
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC4 Oral Presentations – Where Size Matters: Big Picture Data in Action
Greenway Ballroom F/G
Second LevelModerator
Bradley Stoner, MD, PhD
Washington University in St. Louis
C4.1
Prevalence of Anogenital Warts Among Participants in Private Health Plans in the United States 2003-2009: Potential Impact of HPV Vaccination
Elaine W. Flagg, PhD, MS
CDC, Atlanta
C4.2
An Analysis of STD Screening in HIV-Infected Persons Receiving Privately Insured Medical Care
Anthony Davis, BHS, CHES
San Diego State University
C4.3
HPV Type Distribution in Females with High Grade Cervical Disease in the United States: The HPV-IMPACT Project
Susan Hariri, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
C4.4
Evidence of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Effectiveness in Reducing Genital Warts: An Analysis of California Public Family Planning Administrative Claims Data, 2007-2009
Heidi Bauer, MD, MPH, MS
California Department of Public Health, Richmond
C4.5
The STD Clinic Electronic Medical Record as a Tool for Program Evaluation and Research
Christine Mettenbrink, MSPH
Denver Public Health
C4.6
A Trich-y Question: Should Trichomoniasis be a Nationally Notifiable Disease?
Brooke Hoots, PhD, MSPH
CDC, Atlanta
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC5 Symposium – Preparing for the Threat of Multidrug-Resistant Neisseria Gonorrhoeae
Nicollet Grand Ballroom C/D
Main LevelModerator
Kyle T. Bernstein, PhD, ScM
San Francisco Department of Public Health
The Public Health Importance of N. Gonorrhoeae Resistance and Recent Surveillance Trends
Robert Kirkcaldy, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
Real Time PCR as a Surveillance Tool for Detection of N. gonorrhoeae with a Reduced Susceptibility to Oral Cephalosporins
Mark Pandori, PhD, HCLD (ABB)
San Francisco Department of Public Health
N. gonorrhoeae Culture Based Susceptibility Testing and the Limits of Molecular Detection Methods
David Trees, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Planning and Programmatic Responses
Susan S. Philip, MD, MPH
San Francisco Department of Public Health
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC6 ORAL PRESENTATION – Out of the Closet: Clinical Care for Your MSM Population
Greenway Ballroom H-J
Second LevelModerator
Jo Valentine, MSW
CDC, Atlanta
C6.1
Exploring the Cost-Effectiveness of Syphilis Point-of-Care (POC) Tests for Screening Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) in Nonmedical Settings
Kwame Owusu-Edusei, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
C6.2
Will HPV Vaccine Delivery in Healthcare Settings Reach MSM?
Elissa Meites, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
C6.3
Routine Computer-Assisted Self-Interview Increased Sexual History Completeness Among MSM STD Clinic Patients
Julia Dombrowski, MD, MPH
University of Washington, Seattle
C6.4
Targeting the Use of HIV RNA Screening to Maximize Yield and Minimize Cost: NYC Health Department STD Clinics, 2008-2011
Susan Blank, MD, MPH
CDC, Long Island City
C6.5
Syphilis Re-Infection within Men at Fenway Health
Aniruddha Hazra, BA
Boston University School of Medicine
C6.6
Attitudes Toward New Social and Biomedical HIV Prevention Techniques Among Male Couples
Jason Mitchell, PhD, MPH
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC7 Oral Presentations – A Portrait of Chlamydia as a Young Bacteria: A Screening Tale
Greenway Ballroom A-C
Second LevelModerator
Linda Niccolai, MSc, PhD
Yale School of Public Health
C7.1
Origins of Repeat Infections with Chlamydia trachomatis and Mycoplasma genitalium Among Heterosexual Men
 
Patricia Kissinger, PhD
Tulane University, New Orleans
C7.2
Public-Private Partnership Increases Chlamydia Screening in Medicaid Managed Care Population
Nancy Deising, BS
Michigan Department of Community Health, Detroit
C7.3
The Male Reproductive Health Project: Increasing Male Clients and STI Testing at Family Planning Clinics, 2009-2011
David Fine, PhD
Cardea Services, Seattle
C7.4
Trends in Chlamydia Retesting Rates Among Males and Females, Region II Infertility Prevention Project, CY2007-CY2009
Kelly Morrison Opdyke, MPH
Cicatelli Associates, Inc., New York
C7.5
Improving Chlamydia Screening Program Outcomes Through Regional Collaboration in the Region IX Infertility Prevention Project (IPP)
Patricia A. Blackburn, MPH
Cardea Services, Oakland
C7.6
A Closer Look: Barriers and Opportunities to Improve Chlamydia Retesting Rates
Sarah Goldenkranz, MPH
Cardea Services, Seattle
10:30 am – 12:15 pmC8 SYMPOSIUM – Perspectives on Advancing Sexual Health
Lake Superior A/B
Fifth LevelModerator
John M. Douglas, Jr., MD
CDC, Atlanta
Sexual Health Across the Lifespan
Eli Coleman, MD, PhD, LP
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
National Efforts to Advance Sexual Health Using a Public Health Approach In the U.S
Megan Ivankovich, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
The Status of Sexual Health in the United States: A Preliminary Set of Indicators
Jami Leichliter, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Not Under My Roof: The Impact of Culture and Parent-Adolescent Interactions on Sexual Health
Amy Schalet, PhD
University of Massachusetts Amherst
12:15 pm – 2:15 pmLUNCH BREAK
12:30 pm – 2:00 pmTHOMAS PARRAN AWARD LUNCHEON
Nicollet Grand Ballroom(Sponsored by ASTDA)
Main Level
Lessons Learned from an STD Research Career Spent in the Big Easy
Thomas Parran Award Recipient
David H. Martin, MD
Louisiana State University, New Orleans
Achievement Award Recipient
Kimberly A. Workowski, MD
Emory University, Atlanta
Young Investigator Recipient
Ina Park, MD, MS
California Department of Public Health
2:15 pm – 3:45 pmMINI-PLENARY SESSIONS
Nicollet Grand Ballroom A/BMini-Plenary 3 - Swimming Upstream: Beyond the Numbers on MSM Sexual Health
Main Level
Moderator
Mark Stenger, MA
Epidemiologist, Surveillance and Data Management Branch
CDC, Atlanta
LGBT Life-Course Developmental Issues
Durryle Brooks
Program Manager, GLBTQ Health and Rights, Advocates for Youth
Washington, DC
Safe Schools and their Contribution to Health and Well-being for LGBT Youth
Steven Toledo, MPA
Project Manager: LGBT Safe Schools Initiative, GLSEN
New York, New York
Not Waving, But Drowning? - Barriers and Challenges in Access to Sexual Health Services for MSM
Kellan Baker
Health Policy Analyst, Center for American Progress
Washington, DC
MSM and LGBT Sexual Health Policy Efforts and How STD Programs Can and Should Get Involved
William (Bill) Smith
Executive Director, National Coalition of STD Directors
Washington, DC
Nicollet Grand Ballroom C/DMini-Plenary 4 – Debate: Health Care Reform: Should This be the End of STD Clinics?
Main LevelFeaturing an interactive panel and audience participation
Moderator
Susan Blank, MD, MPH
Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of STD Control and Prevention
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
CDC, Long Island City
Debate Proposition: Public health despartments should de-emphasize STD clinics in the era of health reform
For: Yes, it's time to let STD clinics go! Other venues can cover STD services.
Bill Kassler, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer, New England Region of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Boston
Against: NO, we should try to identify sustainable models to maintain STD clinics.
Matthew Golden, MD, MPH
Director, Public Health – Seattle and King County HIV/STD Program
University of Washington, Seattle
3:45 pm – 5:15 pmPOSTER SESSION 2 (even numbered posters)
Sponsored by Roche
Exhibit Hall
Main LevelAFTERNOON BREAK
5:30 pmEXHIBITION HALL CLOSES
4:00 pm – 5:30 pmLATE BREAKER SESSION
Regency Room
Second LevelModerator
Susan Blank, MD, MPH
CDC, Long Island City
LB.1
Area-Level Community Factors Associated with Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Among Female Adolescents, San Francisco, 2010
Juliet Stoltey, MD
University of California, San Francisco
LB.2
Expedited Partner Therapy: Do Partners Get It? Findings from Partner Follow-up Surveys in New York City STD Clinics
Meighan Rogers, MPH
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Long Island City
LB.3
Clinically-Ascertained and Undiagnosed Hepatitis C Incidence Among Non-Injecting HIV-Positive Men-Who-Have-Sex-with-Men
Phillip Coffin, MD, MIA
San Francisco Department of Public Health
LB.4
Gonorrhea Infections Diagnosed Among Persons Living with HIV/AIDS; Cross Matching Surveillance Registries to Identify Potential Opportunities for Integrated Partner Services, New York City, Miami/Dade County, and Arizona
Melanie Taylor, MD, MPH
CDC, Phoenix
LB.5
Discordant Syphilis Serology in Cases of Suspected Primary Syphilis
Daniel Pohl, BA/BS
Howard Brown Health Center, Chicago
LB.6
Low Cure Rates for Standard CDC Recommended Treatment for NGU: Results From a Double Blind Randomized Trial
Lisa Manhart, PhD
University of Washington, Seattle
6:00 pm – 9:00 pmNETWORKING/SOCIAL EVENT – McNamara Alumni Center
(Sponsored by ASTDA and ASHA)

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2012

7:00 am – 8:15 amCONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
Nicollet Promenade
Main Level
10:00 am – 12:00 pmREGISTRATION/INFORMATION OPEN
Exhibit Hall
Main Level
CONCURRENT SESSIONS D1- D8
8:30 am – 10:15 amD1 SYMPOSIUM – The 1946-48 Guatemala STD Clinical Studies – Ethical and Public Health Implications
Nicollet Grand Ballroom A/B
Main LevelModerator
Jonathan Zenilman, MD
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
The USPHS Studies in Guatemala--Background, Scientific Questions, and What Happened
Jonathan Zenilman, MD
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues--Roles and Responsibilities
Valerie Bonham, JD
Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, Washington, DC
Historical and Contextual Perspectives of the Guatemala Studies
Paul Lombardo, JD, PhD
Georgia State University, Atlanta
Ethical Approach and Implications of the Guatemala STI Studies
Dan Sulmasy, MD, PhD
University of Chicago
Response from the American STD Association
Bradley Stoner, MD, PhD
8:30 am – 10:15 amD2 ORAL PRESENTATIONS – Program Showcase Roundtables
Lake Superior A/B
Fifth LevelModerator
Wendy Wolf, MPA
San Francisco Department of Public Health
D2.1
Benefits of Program Collaboration, Service Integration and Data Sharing
Stacy Shiver, BS
Florida Department of Health, Tallahassee
D2.2
Development and Implementation of an Adolescent Sexual Health Educational Campaign on Facebook
Benjamin Wise, MS, CHES
New York State Department of Health, Albany
D2.3
Implementation of an Electronic Medical Record at San Francisco City Clinic
Robert P. Kohn, MPH
San Francisco Department of Public Health
D2.4
Houston STD Program's Use of the “Testing 4 Ticket” Database to Promote Increased Clinic Attendance, Comprehensive Services and Enhanced Disease Intervention
Michael Thomas, MPH
Houston Depart of Health and Human Services
D2.5
"Starting From Scratch" - the Recipe for an Effective STD ELR Framework in Virginia
Jeff Stover, MPH
Virginia Department of Health, Richmond
D2.6
Congenital Syphilis - the Texas Experience
Sydney Minnerly, MA
Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin
D2.7
Comparing Two Approaches of CT/GC Screenings in Public High Schools in Puerto Rico
Bessie R. Lopez, MA
Puerto Rico Department of Health, San Juan
D2.8
City and County Jails: Establishing and Sustaining Partnerships Critical to STD Control
Peter R. Kerndt, MD, MPH
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
8:30 am – 10:15 amD3 ORAL PRESENTATIONS – How to Win a Starring Role in the 2014 National STD Prevention Conference: Planning and Implementing Interventions Today
Greenway Ballroom D-G
Second LevelModerator
Bree Weaver, MD
Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis
D3.1
Planning a Multisite Evaluation of Inter-Organizational Collaboration and Service Integration in STD Programs
Shaunta Wright, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
D3.2
Connecting Youth to High-Quality Reproductive Healthcare Services in the Community: Adaptation of Project Connect in Detroit
Shelli Doll, MA, CHES
Michigan Public Health Institute
D3.3
Focus on the Future: Implementation of a Brief, Evidence-Based Behavioral Intervention for African American Men who have Sex with Women in STD Clinic Settings
Rusty Chambliss, BS
Cicatelli Associates, Inc. New York
D3.4
“The Power of the Pop-up”: How One Simple Clinic Systems-Level Intervention Increased Overall Chlamydia/Gonorrhea (CT/GC) Retesting Rates
Holly Howard, MPH
California Department of Public Health, Richmond
D3.5
U.S. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Advocates, Researchers, and Program Directors' Prioritization of Impact and Political Feasibility to Inform Policy Agendas
Dan Wohlfeiler, MPH
California Department of Public Health, Richmond
D3.6
The More You Look, the More You Find – Results from the Philadelphia High School STD Screening Program, 2002-2011
Felicia Lewis, MD
CDC, Philadelphia
8:30 am – 10:15 amD4 Oral Presentations – Physician, Heal Thy Patient’s Partner: Partner Services and STD Prevention
Nicollet Grand Ballroom C/D
Main LevelModerator
Matthew Hogben, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
D4.1
Effect of Expedited Partner Therapy (EPT) on Chlamydial Prevalence: The Washington State Community-Level Trial
Matthew Golden, MD, MPH
University of Washington, Seattle
D4.2
Provision of Patient-Delivered Partner Therapy (PDPT) by Providers in a Community-Level Randomized Trial of Expedited Partner Therapy in Washington State
Roxanne Kerani, PhD
Seattle and King County Public Health
D4.3
Patient Acceptance of Expedited Partner Therapy for Chlamydia trachomatis in an Urban STD Clinic Setting, 2011
Tiffani Mulder, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
D4.4
Bisexual Black Men in the South, Bridges to Heterosexuals, and Syphilis Resurgence
Irene Doherty, PhD, MPH
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
D4.5
Internet Partner Notification Services: Improved Outcomes Through Collaboration and Centralization of Activities
Lisa Hightow-Weidman, MD, MPH
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
D4.6
Outcomes and Differences in Partner Services (PS) Among Homeless and Non-Homeless Persons Newly Diagnosed with HIV in New York City (NYC), January 2007 – June 2011
Chi-Chi Udeagu, MPH
NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
8:30 am – 10:15 amD5 Symposium – The Changing Epidemiology of STDs in the United States: Challenges for Prevention
Regency Room
Second LevelModerator
Hillard Weinstock, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
Increases in Syphilis Among Young Men in the United States
John Su, MD, PhD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
Chlamydia Surveillance: Need for New Approaches
Elizabeth Torrone, MSPH, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
Characterizing Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Gonorrhea Rates
Sarah Kidd, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
Surveillance for Neisseria Gonorrhoeae Antibiotic Resistance: Successes of the Past, Challenges of the Present, and Opportunities for the Future
Robert Kirkcaldy, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
8:30 am – 10:15 amD6 Oral Presentations – Testing Our Testing: Assessing HIV and STD Screening Coverage (i.e., We’ve Just Gone Meta.)
Greenway Ballroom A-C
Second LevelModerator
Jennifer Ludovic, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
D6.1
Identifying Gaps and Best Practices for HIV/STI Screenings Using Nationally Standardized Data in the Indian Health Service Electronic Health Record (EHR)
Scott Tulloch, BS
CDC, Albuquerque
D6.2
Variable Chlamydia Screening Coverage Estimates Derived Through Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information System (HEDIS) Procedures and Indirect Estimation
Jennifer Broad, MPH
University of Washington, Seattle
D6.3
Comparing Two Methods of Estimating Chlamydia Screening Coverage in an Urban Neighborhood, 2009
Melissa Kyriakos Nelson, MSc
Cicatelli Associates, Inc., New York
D6.4
Self-Reported Chlamydia Testing of Women in the United States, 2006-2008
Karen W. Hoover, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
D6.5
Using Regional Prevalence Monitoring Data to Evaluate Chlamydia Rescreening and Reinfection Rates at Infertility Prevention Project (IPP) Screening Sites
Charlie Rabins, MPH
Health Care Education and Training, Carmel, IN
D6.6
Overutilization of Chlamydia Testing by Privately Insured Women Aged 26-44 Years in 2008
Guoyu Tao, PhD
CDC, Atlanta
8:30 am – 10:15 amD7 Oral Presentations – Extra-Genital Screening: For Those Times when Genital-Based Screening Isn’t Enough
Greenway Ballroom H-J
Second LevelModerator
Mary Kamb, MD, MPH
CDC, Atlanta
D7.1
Oral, Vaginal, and Anal Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection in HIV+ Women
Ping Du, MD, PhD
Pennsylvania State University
D7.2
Synergism: AIDS Service Organization and State Health Department Link Resources to Meet STD Screening and Treatment Needs of Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)
David Ponsart, CPC
ACCESS, Dearborn, MI
D7.3
Beyond the Guidelines: Clinic-Based Screening for Pharyngeal Chlamydia trachomatis
 
Anita Radix, MD, MPH
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, New York
D7.4
Introduction of Extra-Genital Self-Obtained Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAAT) for Gonorrhea and Chlamydial Infection in MSM in an STD Clinic
 
Lindley Barbee, MD, MPH
University of Washington, Seattle
D7.5
Cephalosporin and Azithromycin Susceptibility in Neisseria gonorrhoeae Isolates by Site of Infection, British Columbia, 2006-2011
Travis Salway Hottes, MSc
British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver
10:45 am – 12:00 pmCLOSING PLENARY SESSION - The Changing Landscape of STD Prevention: Embracing Opportunities and Looking Forward
Nicollet Grand Ballroom
Main LevelChair and Moderator
Kevin Fenton, M.D., Ph.D., F.F.P.H
Director, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention
CDC, Atlanta
Creating a Holistic Context for STD Prevention
Kevin Fenton, M.D., Ph.D., F.F.P.H
CDC, Atlanta
STD and HIV: Natural Bedfellows
Jonathan Mermin, MD
Director, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
CDC, Atlanta
STD Prevention Going Forward
Gail Bolan, MD
Director, Division of STD Prevention
CDC, Atlanta

POST CONFERENCE MEETING

Thursday, March 15, 2012
1:00 pm – 5:00 pmPacific Island Group Meeting
Regency RoomOpen
Second Level
1:00 pm – 6:00 pmNCSD AM Planning Committee Meeting
Lake NokomisInvitation Only
Fifth Level
Friday, March 16, 2012
9:00 am – 12:00 pmNCSD AM Planning Committee Meeting
Lake NokomisInvitation Only
Fifth Level

 
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