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Sexually Transmitted Diseases

The purpose of this presentation is to familiarize providers of family planning and maternal and child health (FP/MCH) with basic STD concepts. The presentation is divided into three sections. The first section contains general introductory information about the STD global epidemic. The second section contains information about STD prevention. The last section covers STD management issues.

Section I: STDs: An Overview

Section I introduces the subject of STDs. It describes the scope of the STD problem globally and reviews the consequences of STDs. It discusses public health strategies and program level activities for preventing and managing STDs.

Section II: STD Prevention

Section II discusses STD prevention activities that all FP/MCH services can provide.

Section III: STD Management

Section III describes approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of STDs, focusing on the syndromic management approach.

Depending upon the background and needs of your audience, you may decide to use some or all of the PowerPoint slides or supplement them with information relevant to your local situation.

At the beginning of the presentation, inform your audience about the organization of your presentation and how you would like to structure the discussion (i.e., take questions during the presentation or wait until the end). If you plan to include participatory activities, make sure your audience is aware of this. Depending on how much information you decide to use, you may want to break the presentation into two or more sessions. In its entirety, the presentation takes approximately 90 to 120 minutes to complete.

 

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