Guidance on Developing Chlamydia Testing and Prevention Messages

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Division of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Prevention commissioned a series of focus groups with teenage and young women ages 15–25 to discuss issues and test messages related to chlamydia screening. The results of this formative research study are intended to inform chlamydia-related (or infertility prevention) communication efforts.

CT Messaging Tips ThumbnailTips for Developing Chlamydia Screening Messages and Materials for Young Women

Perceptions of Draft and Existing Chlamydia Educational MaterialsCdc-pdf: Final Report from Focus Groups with Females Ages 15–25

AppendicesCdc-pdf (A-G)

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Appendix A: HBM and TPB Strategic ApproachCdc-pdf
Appendix B: Moderator’s GuideCdc-pdf
Appendix C: Poster ConceptsCdc-pdf
Appendix D: Calls to ActionCdc-pdf
Appendix E: Sample Logos TestedCdc-pdf
Appendix F: Brochure ContentCdc-pdf
Appendix G: Suggestions for Interactive WebsiteCdc-pdf