Why Screen for Chlamydia? An Implementation Guide for Healthcare Providers
Developed by the National Chlamydia Coalition, this short guide for providers offers advice on how to improve delivery of chlamydia screening, take a sexual history and provide confidential care to adolescents.
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The toolkit provides resources to assist healthcare providers in screening, treating and preventing chlamydia. It includes information on a variety of topics, including clinical practice guidelines, sexual history taking, patient delivered partner therapy, public health laws and regulations related to chlamydia, confidentiality issues in screening and treatment of adolescents,patient education materials, and links to other state and national resources.
The National STD Curriculum
The National STD Curriculum is a free educational resource from the UW STD Prevention Training Center and the University of Washington. The National STD Curriculum is currently comprised of STD Modules (former CDC Self Study Modules), the STD Question Bank, and a Bibliography, with future plans to implement case-focused content similar to the STD Case Series. Free CME credit and free CNE credit are offered throughout the site.
Teaching and Clinical Presentation Materials
These webinars from the CDC include individual webinars, such as an update on the 2021 Sexually Transmitted Infection Treatment Guidelines, a program development and quality improvement webinar series, and the STD Science Prevention Series, covering the latest research and best practices for STD prevention.