Sample Social Media - Treat Me Right

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General Messages

Individuals

  • With #STDs rising, it’s never been more important to stand up for your sexual health. Get started today: https://go.usa.gov/xEHNEExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Make the most of your doctor visit! Think through your questions before you go and prepare for what they may ask you: http://bit.ly/nchsguideExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • #TreatMeRight means not just knowing how to stay safe and healthy, but also knowing how to ask your provider for the care you need and deserve. http://bit.ly/nchsguideExternal #STDMonth
  • If you’re having (any kind of) sex, bring up #STD testing if your provider doesn’t. If you have questions, ask them! Prepare for your doctor visit: http://bit.ly/PrepareForVisitExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • Testing positive for an #STD is not the end of the world. Many STDs are curable and all are treatable. Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xEHNHExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Talking to your healthcare provider about your sexual health needs is an important step in protecting your overall health. https://go.usa.gov/xEHNGExternal  #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Looking for a provider who will treat you right? Check out these @healthfinder tips on choosing a doctor: https://go.usa.gov/xEHNFExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • This #STDMonth, talk to your provider about sex and what it means for your health. This can help them figure out what #STD tests you may need. Some tips to start the conversation: http://bit.ly/BringingUpTheTopicExternal #TreatMeRight
  • Just diagnosed with gonorrhea or chlamydia? DON’T panic. DO take any medicine your dr. prescribes and talk to them about what’s next: https://go.usa.gov/xEHNhExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Even if an #STD can’t be cured, medicine can still help treat it. Talk to your provider about what’s right for you. https://go.usa.gov/xEHRqExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Have you had an #STD? Don’t forget to get retested. It’s not unusual to get some STDs more than once, especially gonorrhea and chlamydia. https://go.usa.gov/xEHR3External #STDMonth #TreatMeRight

Providers

  • Slowing the threat of #DrugResistant #gonorrhea hinges on providers following #CDC treatment recommendations. https://go.usa.gov/xEMNqExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Keep drug-resistant #gonorrhea at bay. How? Treat your patients with CDC’s recommended regimen: https://go.usa.gov/xEMN3External #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • With #STDs at a record high, it’s never been more important to protect your patients’ sexual health. These tools can help: https://go.usa.gov/xEHRxExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • ‘Treating patients right’ is more than selecting the right treatment regimen. It’s also about ensuring they feel heard and respected: https://go.usa.gov/xEHRCExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • Make your medical office more teen friendly with these tips: http://bit.ly/TeenFriendlyOfficeExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • Clinicians: Make the most of sexual health conversations with patients using these tips >>> http://bit.ly/NCSHProviderGuideExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • Clinicians: Sexual history IS a part of medical history. Use these essential sexual health questions to guide conversations with patients: http://bit.ly/EssentialSexualHealthQuestionsExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • Clinicians: Use a patient’s sexual history to determine what #STD tests they need AND which anatomical sites to test: https://go.usa.gov/xEHRKExternal #TreatMeRight #STDMonth
  • This #STDMonth, take action by downloading @CDCSTD’s treatment app. The free app is available for Apple and Android devices. https://go.usa.gov/xEHR8External #TreatMeRight
  • Clinicians: @CDCgov has guidance to help you offer prevention counseling to your sexually active patients who are at increased risk for #STDs: https://go.usa.gov/xEHR9External #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Clinicians: @NNPTC is a training network that can help you with skills, knowledge, and experience to prevent and treat #STDs. https://nnptc.org/aboutExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Clinicians: With 8 regional and 7 nat’l training centers, @NNPTC has #STD education to help you provide the best patient care. http://bit.ly/NNPTCresourcesExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Clinicians: @NNPTC’s STD Clinical Consultation Network offers expert answers to your tough #STD questions. http://bit.ly/STDConsultExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • Check out this interview with @CDCSTD’s Dr. Gail Bolan – she discusses the latest #STD trends and how #clinicians can fight the rising tide of STDs. http://bit.ly/STDCurriculumPodcastExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
  • The Nat’l #STD Curriculum from @UW_PTC and @UW offers #clinicians free self-study modules, quick ref guides, and more to earn #CE and improve STD prevention, testing, and treatment. http://bit.ly/NatlSTDCurriculumExternal #STDMonth #TreatMeRight
Facebook

General Messages

Individuals

  • April is STD Awareness Month, and with STDs rising, it’s never been more important to stand up for your sexual health. Get started today: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnBExternal
  • Your sexual health is important to your overall health, so make the most of your doctor visit! Think through any questions you have before you go and prepare for what the doctor may ask you: http://bit.ly/nchsguideExternal
  • Treat Me Right means not just knowing how to stay safe and healthy, but also knowing how to ask your provider for the care you need and deserve. http://bit.ly/PrepareForVisitExternal
  • If you’re having (any kind of) sex, bring up #STD testing if your provider doesn’t. If you have questions, ask them! Prepare for your doctor visit: http://bit.ly/PrepareForVisitExternal
  • Testing positive for an STD is not the end of the world. All STDs are treatable, and many are curable. Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnkExternal
  • Talking to your healthcare provider about your sexual health needs is an important step in protecting your overall health. This STD Awareness Month, commit to protecting yourself and preventing STDs. https://go.usa.gov/xEHn9External
  • This STD Awareness Month, find a provider who will treat you right. Check out these @HealthFindergov tips on choosing a doctor: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnyExternal
  • This STD Awareness Month, talk to your provider about sex and what it means for your health. http://bit.ly/PrepareForVisitExternal
  • Just diagnosed with gonorrhea or chlamydia? DON’T panic. DO take any medicine your doctor prescribes and talk to them about what’s next: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnVExternal
  • Even if an STD can’t be cured, medicine can still help treat it. Talk to your provider about what is right for you. https://go.usa.gov/xEHnpExternal
  • Have you had an #STD? Don’t forget to get retested. It’s not unusual to get some STDs more than once, especially gonorrhea and chlamydia. https://go.usa.gov/xEHUTExternal

Providers

  • Slowing the threat of drug-resistant gonorrhea hinges on providers following CDC’s STD Treatment Guidelines: https://go.usa.gov/xEM56External.
  • Keep drug-resistant gonorrhea at bay. How? Treat your patients with CDC’s recommended regimen: https://go.usa.gov/xEM5FExternal.
  • With STDs at a record high, it’s never been more important to protect your patients’ sexual health. These tools can help you treat them right: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnAExternal
  • ‘Treating patients right’ is about more than selecting the right treatment regimen. It’s also about ensuring they feel heard and respected: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnsExternal
  • For STD Awareness Month, resolve to make your medical office more teen friendly with these tips: http://bit.ly/TeenFriendlyOfficeExternal
  • Clinicians: Treat your patients right and make the most of sexual health conversations with these tips >>> http://bit.ly/NCSHProviderGuideExternal
  • Sexual history IS a part of medical history. Use these essential sexual health questions to guide conversations with patients: http://bit.ly/EssentialSexualHealthQuestionsExternal
  • Clinicians: Use a patient’s sexual history to determine what STD tests they need AND which anatomical sites to test. Review CDC’s screening recommendations for more information: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnFExternal
  • This STD Awareness Month, take action and treat your patients right by downloading CDC’s treatment app. The free app is available for Apple and Android devices. https://go.usa.gov/xEHntExternal
  • CDC has guidance on offering prevention counseling to sexually active patients who are at increased risk for STDs: https://go.usa.gov/xEHnuExternal
  • The National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers is a training network that can help you with skills, knowledge, and experience to prevent and treat STDs. https://nnptc.org/aboutExternal
  • With 8 regional and 7 national training centers, The National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers serves U.S. clinicians in every aspect of STD treatment and prevention education. Learn more: http://bit.ly/NNPTCresourcesExternal
  • Clinicians: The National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers’ STD Clinical Consultation Network offers expert answers to your tough STD questions. http://bit.ly/STDConsultExternal
  • The National STD Curriculum offers clinicians free self-study modules, quick reference guides, and more. You can use these resources to earn continuing education and improve STD prevention, testing, and treatment. http://bit.ly/NatlSTDCurriculumExternal

Spanish

Twitter
  • ¿Qué hace que la prevención de las #ETS funcione mejor? Relaciones sólidas entre pacientes y proveedores. Aprende más: https://go.usa.gov/xEHRpExternal #TrátemeCorrectamente #STDMonth
  • Tú importas, tu salud importa. Infórmate sobre cómo puedes trabajar con tu proveedor para protegerte (y proteger a tu pareja) de las #ETS: https://go.usa.gov/xEHRvExternal #TrátemeCorrectamente #STDMonth
  • Proveedores: Ayuden a detener el aumento de las #ETS con estas herramientas: https://go.usa.gov/xEHRGExternal #STDMonth #TrátemeCorrectamente
Facebook
  • “Tráteme correctamente” se concentra en la importancia de que haya una relación sólida entre pacientes y proveedores frente al aumento de las tasas de ETS. Aprende más: https://go.usa.gov/xEHQYExternal
  • ¿Buscas formas de participar en el Mes de Concientización sobre las ETS? ¡Puedes hacerlo! Si formas parte de una organización comunitaria, eres un proveedor de atención médica o una persona particular, ¡tenemos recursos para ti! https://go.usa.gov/xEHQgExternal
  • Proveedor de atención médica: “Tráteme correctamente” cubre todo: desde diagnosticar y tratar a los pacientes correctamente hasta fomentar una relación de confianza entre pacientes y proveedores. ¡Tenemos las herramientas que necesitas! https://go.usa.gov/xEHQDExternal
  • En este Mes de Concientización sobre las Enfermedades de Transmisión Sexual, pregúntale a tu proveedor qué puedes hacer y cómo pueden trabajar juntos para garantizar que te mantengas sano. https://go.usa.gov/xEHQkExternal