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City Terrace 9
Thursday, May 11, 2006: 8:30 AM-10:15 AM

D4: Improving STD Services in Florida: Capitalizing on Department of Health and University Collaboration to Enhance Current Programs and Develop New Ones

Learning Objectives: Measurable Learning Objectives: 1. By the end of this session, participants will be familiar with how innovative have provided guidance in program improvement and development for diverse populations. 2. Participants will also understand the potential impact of state and university collaboration to develop future STD researchers.

Organizers:Sharleen Simpson
Kay M. Hood
Moderators:Migling Cuervo
Dan George
8:30 AMWho is going where and why? An ethnographic evaluation of the community's perceptions of STD services in Duval County, Florida
Kay M. Hood
8:50 AMGender and Power Issues Among Male and Female Adolescents with Repeat STIs: What Works for Girls may not Work for Guys
Sharleen Simpson
9:10 AMThe Impact of Black Masculinity on Sexual Health Practices of Adolescents
Rachel McMahan
9:30 AMSexually Explicit Media: Does it influence behavior?
Paula Warrington
9:50 AMThe Collaborative Research Partnership Project (CRPP): How has it influenced policy and program planning?
Karla Schmitt

The 2006 National STD Prevention Conference of CDC