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River Terrace 2
Tuesday, May 9, 2006: 10:00 AM-11:45 AM

A3: STD Prevention and Adolescents

10:00 AMMulti-level correlates of Adolescent Sexual Behavior and Risk for STD
Kathleen A. Ethier, Christine J. De Rosa, Deborah H. Kim, Abdelmonem Afifi, Peter R. Kerndt
10:15 AMLongitudinal Trends in Hormonal Contraceptive Use among Adolescent Girls at High Risk for Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Pamela A. Matson, Shang-en Chung, Jonathan Ellen
10:30 AMMood, Marijuana-Associated Coitus and Condom Use Among Adolescent Women: An Event-Level Analysis
Devon J. Hensel, J. Dennis Fortenberry, Donald P. Orr
10:45 AMBuilding on What Works: A statewide local capacity-building approach for the primary prevention of STDs
Amy Smith, Paul Gibson, Jasmin Delgado, Sandra Rose, Jennifer Rudy, Sharla Smith, Alice Gandelman, Gail Bolan
11:00 AMIncreases in Oral and Anal Sexual Exposure among Adolescents Attending STD Clinics in Baltimore
Renee M. Gindi, Khalil G. Ghanem, Emily Erbelding
11:15 AMMeeting homeless youth where they're at: Integrating STI testing and treatment into a street outreach program
Dina M. Wilderson, Eiko Sugano, Jeffrey D. Klausner, Colette Auerswald
11:30 AMPrevention and Politics: Understanding the Role of the State as an Actor in the Sex Education Policy Debate
Maryjo M. Oster

The 2006 National STD Prevention Conference of CDC