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STD Awareness Month 2017 Resources | STDs | CDC

STD Awareness Month 2017 Resources | STDs | CDC

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STD Awareness Month - Resources


We Can Disrupt Syphilis Together!

Looking for materials for your STD Awareness Month activities? We’ve got you covered! From this page, you can link to a wide variety of CDC’s STD prevention resources to help prevention partnershealthcare providers, and individuals.

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CDC has a number of resources available to assist program planners and prevention partners with their STD prevention outreach efforts. We know that each area faces unique prevention challenges, so many of our products can be tailored to the needs of your consumers.
STD Prevention Banners and Buttons – Add these banners and buttons to your web site to promote STD awareness and this year’s syphilis-focused theme.

Sample Social Media Posts – Scroll down to find sample tweets and Facebook posts to keep the online conversation going all month long. Each sample includes a link to more information.

Changing the Story of Syphilis
Changing the Story of Syphilis - Here are two stories of Kansas and Washington State public health programs going the extra mile to prevent and treat syphilis.

STD Prevention Infographics - Add these infographics to your web site or use them in your social media outreach efforts.

The Lowdown on How to Prevent STDs –A web-based infographic that provides readers with basic information about STD prevention in an easy-to-read format.

The Right Way to Use a Male Condom – An illustrated page demonstrating the correct way to put on and take off a male condom.

Syndicated Content - Add CDC STD information to your web site to ensure that your STD content stays up-to-date.

CDC STD Fact Sheets – Basic, disease-specific fact sheets in multiple languages with print versions for easier distribution and detailed fact sheets with more in-depth information. 


Videos and Podcasts – Watch and share brief videos and audio podcasts about STDs featuring CDC staff.

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2015 STD Treatment Guidelines – CDC's current clinical guidance on STD prevention, diagnosis, and treatment is available online, and as a wall chart, pocket guide, and free mobile app available for Apple and Android devices. Questions and Answers from clinical and CDC experts about the Guidelines are also available.

California PTC
Congenital Syphilis and Syphilis during Pregnancy - STD Expert Hour Webinar, Wednesday, April 19th, 12:30 - 1:30pm (PST), 3:30 - 4:30pm (EST), with Pablo Sanchez, MD, and Jeanne Sheffield, MD, CE available

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Preventing and Managing Congenital Zika and Congenital Syphilis Infections - Eighth Annual Sexual and Reproductive Health Webinar, Wednesday, April 19th, 12 pm – 1 pm (EST) 

Mermin video
A Clinician’s Role in Protecting the Health of Gay, Bisexual, and other Men who Have Sex with Men – Dr. Jonathan Mermin, National Center for HIV, AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention, Director, discusses how clinicians can protect the health of their gay and bisexual male patients with the simple actions of talk, test, and treat.

CDC Expert Commentary featuring Sarah Kidd, MD, MPH
Congenital Syphilis Is on the Rise? Reviewing Prevention Steps – CDC Expert Commentary featuring Sarah Kidd, MD, MPH.

STDs during Pregnancy – The updated, detailed fact sheet provides you with specific STD testing recommendations for your pregnant patients.

Screening Recommendations – In depth STD screening information for healthcare providers.

Medscape Commentary
Medscape Commentary: Keep an Eye Out for Ocular Syphilis – CDC experts weigh-in on how providers can protect their patients from the damaging effects of ocular syphilis.

Sexual Health and Your Patients
Sexual Health and Your Patients: A Provider’s Guide – Developed by the National Coalition for Sexual Health, this guide can help you to better integrate sexual health conversations and recommended preventative services into routine visits with your patients.

Guide to Taking a Sexual History – This booklet can assist you in starting an open conversation with your patients and can provide you with an opportunity to deliver risk-reduction counseling.

The STD Clinical Consultation Network (STDCCN) – The network can answer questions you have about the management and treatment of STDs. The service operates five days a week and is free to healthcare providers and clinicians. STDCCN is provided by the National Network of STD Clinical Prevention Training Centers.

Webinars – Watch web-based seminars for clinicians, physicians, and public health practitioners that cover the latest research in the fields of STD and HIV and program innovations.


Syphilis basic fact sheet
Syphilis basic fact sheet – Plain language fact sheet available for individuals with general questions about syphilis.

Syphilis and MSM fact sheet 
Syphilis and MSM fact sheet – Plain language fact sheet available for MSM with general questions about syphilis.

Congenital Syphilis fact sheet 
Congenital syphilis fact sheet – Plain language fact sheet available for pregnant women with questions about how to protect their baby from syphilis.

Syphilis: The Facts
Syphilis: The Facts - Plain language STD brochures are available for download and order in English and Spanish.

STD Prevention – Learn the steps that you and your sex partners can take to prevent STDs.


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