Ready-To-Use STD Curriculum For Clinical Educators
This content on this web page is out of date and is archived for historical purposes. The National STD Curriculum offers newer content on this topic.
About the Modules
The Ready-to-Use STD Curriculum Modules for Clinical Educators contain comprehensive curricular materials on seven different STD topics. The modules are based on curriculum developed by the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers. The curriculum was originally developed based on the 2006 CDC STD Treatment Guidelines but is being updated with the treatment and management recommendations of the 2010 CDC STD Treatment Guidelines. Materials can be downloaded for classroom use. Each module contains a slide presentation, an instructor’s guide, a case study, and test questions. The instructional time varies with each module, ranging from 60 to 90 minutes.
The target audience for these modules is faculty in clinical education programs, including those programs that train advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, and physicians.
Recommended Use of the Materials
These materials can be adapted to meet classroom needs. Slides and instructor notes are provided in Adobe Acrobat format; these files are easily downloaded because of their small size. To customize the presentations, download the documents in Microsoft Word format and the slide presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint format.
How to Get Started
A high-speed internet connection is optimal but not required. To get started, click on a module from the menu on the left.
- Page last reviewed: February 6, 2009 (archived document)
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