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C2: Methamphetamine Use and Sexual Risk Behavior for STIs in MSM and Heterosexual Populations: What We Know and What We Are Doing to Address the Issue
|Learning Objectives: 1. By the end of the session, audience participants will be able to articulate the documented extent of the association of meth use and sexual risk for MSM and heterosexual populations.
2. By the end of the session, audience participants will be able to describe research and evaluation efforts assessing the effectiveness of interventions to reduce the association of meth use and risk behavior for STIs.
3. By the end of the session, audience participants will be able to summarize current initiatives and efforts through CDC to address the issue of meth use and sexual risk behavior.
4. By the end of the session, audience participants will be able to identify three key policy approaches and their implications for STI prevention and reduction.
|10:00 AM||Overview -- Gordon Mansergh, PhD|
|10:20 AM||195||Effects and prevalence of meth use|
|10:40 AM||196||Context and association of meth use and sexual risk behavior|
David W. Purcell
|11:00 AM||Drug Treatment and Other Strategies to Reduce Sexual Risk Behavior|
|11:20 AM||197||Policy approaches and challenges for methamphetamine prevention|
|11:40 AM||194||CDC initiatives and suggestions for future research and programs|