Resources : Slide Set
Some members of the National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers offer online training. Academic credits may be offered for some of these courses. Please see the individual Training Centers for more information.
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The National STD Curriculum (http://std.uw.edu) integrates the most recent CDC STD Treatment Guidelines into a free, up-to-date, educational website offering no-cost CE. The website features seven Self-Study Modules, twelve Question Bank topics with 100+ interactive board-review style questions, and modular learning in any order with an individual progress tracker. The site also offers a […]
The NNPTC collaborated with the Adolescent National HIV Prevention Resource Center on a webinar held on June 12th, 2013. Since the webinar a High-Intensity Behavioral Counseling document has been created that provides background information on HIBC, billing codes, and an overview of several counseling models for HIBC. In addition, the APNRC has set up a HIBC […]
These slides include impact of STDs on epidemiology of STDs in correctional facilities, health consequences of untreated STDs, STD screening in correctional facilities, 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines relevant to persons in correctional facilities.
These slides include impact of STDs on adolescents, changes in the 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines, tools for engaging adolescent patients in sexual health, CDC and AAP screening recommendations for adolescents, and sexual health resources for adolescent care providers.
These slides provide an possible explanations for discordant test results,management of persons with a discordant test result, evaluation and management of persons with a reactive EIA + result, compare the performance of the reverse sequence algorithim in populations with low and high risk of infection.
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