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Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Section 1
Section 2

> Objectives
- Prevention
- Education
- Assessing
- Skills Training
- Behavioral
- Couples
- Peer Groups
- Contraceptive
- Dual Method
- Alternative
- Male Condom
- Negotiating
- Reaching
- Correct Use
- Promotion
- Female
- Correct Use
- Resource
- Resource
- Summary

Section 3


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Section 2 - STD Prevention

Learning Objectives

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By the time you finish this section, you will be able to:

  • List the four main educational messages of STD prevention.

  • Describe two ways that counseling can help assess and reduce STD risk.

  • Describe three reasons why clients need skills training in order to prevent STDs.

  • Explain the five stages of behavioral change as they relate to STD prevention.

  • Cite two effective counseling approaches for STD prevention.

  • Explain the importance of barrier methods for STD prevention.

  • Outline the two approaches to dual method use for STD and pregnancy prevention.

  • Cite the importance of the condom and two ways to increase consistent condom use.

  • List six key counseling messages for correct male condom use.

  • List six key counseling messages for correct female condom use.

  • Describe three or more recommendations for proper resource management of male and female condoms.