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Tuesday, May 9, 2006: 5:00 PM-6:15 PM

PS8: Health Communications/Behavioral Interventions

Evaluation of Healthy Penis 2004
Katherine Ahrens, Charlotte K. Kent, Jacqueline McCright, Jorge A. Montoya, Aaron Plant, Jeffrey D. Klausner
Getting STD Test Results Over the Internet: San Francisco, 2005
Robert Kohn, Deborah Williams, Jeffrey D. Klausner
Citizen Perspectives About What Messages and Venues Should Be Included in STD Community Education Campaigns
Rosalind P. Thomas, Sarah J. Davis, Ping Du, F. Bruce Coles
Community-Driven Media Campaign
Jim Pickett, Linda Lesondak, Beau Gratzer, Laurie L. Anderson
Crafting genital herpes prevention messages: What do people know and what should we include?
Charles Ebel, Rachele Peterson, Lisa Gilbert, Kelli Scanlon
Development and Software Usability Testing of an Interactive Computer Counseling Tool to Reduce Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Risk
Ann Kurth, Freya Spielberg, Sara Mackenzie, Anneleen Severyn, C. Kevin Malotte, J. Dennis Fortenberry, Janet St. Lawrence
Self-reported Symptoms in Women Participating in an Internet Screening Program for Chlamydia trachomatis
Mathilda Barnes, Karen Dwyer, Toni Flemming, Patricia Rizzo-Price, Terry Hogan, Charlotte Gaydos
Got Questions About STDs? A Profile of STD Hotline Callers
Emma Fredua, Susan Perez, Kim Harrison, Elizabeth Swanson Hollinger, Ana Hernandez
Health literacy among persons attending three New York City sexually transmitted disease clinics
Ellen Klingler, Preeti Pathela, Susan Blank, Susan Wright, Kelly Morrison Opdyke, Emilia Campbell, Gabriel Galindo, Ayaba Logan, Julia A. Schillinger
HPVnet Email Response Service: Questions and Concerns of Male Clients
Fred Wyand, Mitch Herndon
Increased HIV/STI risk perception and condom acquisition among STI clinic patients following a brief video-based intervention
Shelley M. Vrungos, Gregory L. Greenwood, Andrew Margolis, Lydia O'Donnell, Kees Rietmeijer, Jeffrey D. Klausner, C. Kevin Malotte, Carl O'Donnell, Douglas Richardson, Lee Warner
Internet-based STD prevention campaign evaluation: Lessons learned
Lisa Gilbert, Rachele Peterson, Kelli Scanlon
Safer Sex Superheros Innovation in Outreach Education
Kristine Buchholz
STD and HIV Knowledge and Responses to Prevention Messages among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)
Matthew J. Mimiaga, Hilary Goldhammer, Ashley Tetu, Rodney VanDerwarker, Thomas Bertrand, Kevin Cranston, David Novak, Eric P. Rubinstein, Kenneth H. Mayer
Strategies for Increasing the Relevance of Cervical Cancer Educational Messages for Immigrant Women
Patricia J. Kelly, Jennifer L. Hunter
Using Public Information Campaigns to Impact the HIV/STD Screening Behaviors of Men Who Have Sex with Men in Denver, Colorado
Matthew Samuel Tochtenhagen, Stewart Thomas, Mark Thrun, Cornelis Rietmeijer

The 2006 National STD Prevention Conference of CDC