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Wednesday, May 10, 2006: 3:30 PM-4:45 PM

PS17: Provider Practice/Training

Addition of an STD Curriculum to Increase the STD Knowledge Base among Medical Students
Yolanda Wimberly, Shearlyn Peoples, Matthew Hogben
Correlates of STI clinic patient comfort discussing HIV/STI prevention with healthcare providers
Jocelyn D. Patterson, Fan Zhang, Gregory L. Greenwood, Jeffrey Klausner, C. Kevin Malotte, Lydia O'Donnell, Carl O'Donnell, Cornelis Rietmeijer, Douglas Richardson, Shelley Vrungos, Lee Warner
Sexual History Taking among Metro-Atlanta Physicians
Yolanda Wimberly, Matthew Hogben, Yvonne Fry-Johnson, Sandra Moore, Jada Moore-Ruffin
STI Screening in College Students: Practices of U.S. College Health Services
Craig M. Roberts, P. Davis Smith, Ed Wiesmeier, Robert L. Ward
Predictability of HIV testing in adolescents receiving STI services in a primary care setting
Renata Arrington-Sanders
Does Introduction to Sexually Transmitted Disease Intervention (ISTDI) training impact student knowledge and skills?
Alison G. Muse, Sue Payette, Rosalind P Thomas, F. Bruce Coles
Educating Clinicians about Genital Human Papillomavirus (HPV) for Improved Patient Care and Counseling in the Context of Genital Warts and Cervical Cancer Screening
Allison L. Friedman, Natalya Revzina, Eileen F. Dunne, Hilda Shepeard

The 2006 National STD Prevention Conference of CDC