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St. Johns
Tuesday, May 9, 2006: 10:00 AM-11:45 AM

A9: STD Prevention Challenges in Reaching Racial/Ethnic Populations

10:00 AMEfficacy of a Stage-Based Behavioral Intervention to Promote Chlamydia (CT) and Gonorrhea (NGC) Screening in Young Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Mariam Renate Chacko, Constance Wiemann, Claudia Kozinetz, Kirk Von Sternberg, Mary Velasquez, Peggy B. Smith, Ralph J. DiClemente
10:15 AMIllicit Drug use and the Social Context of HIV/AIDS in the Black Belt
Bronwen Lichtenstein
10:30 AMWomen's Sexual Risk: An Ethnography of Garment District Workers
Jane Steinberg, Nicole Liddon, Fred Bloom, Jami S. Leichliter, Mark Berry, Elaine Waldman, Consuelo Vieyra, Blanca Dominguez, Sara Alvarez, Peter R. Kerndt
10:45 AMIncreasing POWER in the Western United States: Results from a randomized trial to promote female and male condoms
Charlene Ortiz, Sheana Bull
11:00 AMImpact of a comprehensive community-level HIV-prevention program on the behaviors of racial and ethnic minority young adults in Broward County, Florida
William W. Darrow, Claudia Uribe, Kenneth Obiaja, Hugh Gladwin
11:15 AMInnovative STD Screening Projects in Indian Country
Lori De Ravello, David Wong, Lydia Blasini-Alcivar, James E. Cheek

The 2006 National STD Prevention Conference of CDC