Why Screen for Chlamydia: A How-To Implementation Guide for Healthcare Providers
Why Screen for Chlamydia?: A How-To Implementation Guide for Healthcare Providers (3rd Edition) outlines effective strategies and tips for increasing rates of chlamydia screening and retesting in clinical settings. The guide covers sexual history-taking, testing and treatment, partner notification and management, and providing confidential services to adolescents. It also includes a new risk-based screening pathway and updated resources to help providers and office staff take action to improve rates of chlamydia screening and retesting.View Details
Reducing Adolescent Sexual Risk
Reducing Adolescent Sexual Risk helps health professionals design, adapt and select curriculum-based programs to effectively address critical factors that affect teens' sexual decision making. It is ideal for program planners, policy makers, district administrators and youth-serving organizations.View Details
What is the SHRE?
The Sexual Health Resource Exchange (SHRE) is a web-based resource library that provides access to high quality, accurate, multi-media public awareness and education materials on sexually transmitted infections and other sexual health issues. You can search for, view and download customizable public awareness and educational materials. You can also share your own resources using the easy-to-use upload process. The SHRE is managed by the National Coalition for Sexual Health.