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River Terrace 1
Thursday, May 11, 2006: 8:30 AM-10:15 AM

D1: Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Screening and Interventions

Learning Objectives: NA

8:30 AMImpact of a targeted provider intervention to improve chlamydia screening practices in a large California family planning program
Jm Chow, J. Guo, M. Bradsberry, H. Thiel de Bocanegra, S. Steinberg, G. Bolan
8:45 AMDeclining Disease Prevalence in Philadelphia's Public High Schools after Four Years of a Citywide Screening and Educational Program for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Lenore E. Asbel, Melinda E. Salmon, C. Victor Spain, Christa Seidman, Mindy J. Perilla, Martin Goldberg
9:00 AMReaching Adolescents - Michigan's Infertility Prevention Screening Project
Pamela Chura, Lynda K. Byer
9:15 AMUsing Test Kit Allotments to Reduce Chlamydia Screening in Low Risk Females for Re-allocation to Higher Risk Populations and Higher Yield Venues
Charlie Rabins, Stephen Holmes, Edward Renier, Richard Zimmerman, Tony Sylvester
9:30 AMSelective screening for female gonococcal infection: including local area rates of male gonococcal urethritis as a criterion
Lisa Manhart, David Fine, Roxanne P. Kerani, Jeanne Marrazzo, Matthew R. Golden
9:45 AMSexually transmitted infection screening in county jails is associated with a decrease in community prevalence of gonorrhea and chlamydia San Francisco, 19972004
Pennan Barry, Charlotte K. Kent, Katherine C. Scott, Joseph Goldenson, Jeffrey Klausner

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