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Their goal is to provide an ongoing, interactive, and open place for users to exchange resources, ideas, information and comments regarding sexual health and facts about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
A public transit campaign developed by the Oregon Health Authority for the city of Portland with ads for buses, trains and light rail cars along with a website promoting information on syphilis prevention.
This information sheet discusses two successful prevention campaigns in Oregon and Alaska. Oregon’s syphilis prevention campaign SyphAware provided ads that were placed on buses, trains and light rail cars around Portland. Alaska’s Wrap It Up campaign to curb high chlamydia rates was targeted to teens and young adults.