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SyphAware

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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.

STD Prevention Success Stories: Innovative STD Prevention Campaigns at Work

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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.

Take Charge of Your Sexual Health

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This postcard directs individuals to the National Coalition for Sexual Health Guide, which informs men and women of all ages about recommended preventive services, such as screenings, vaccines, and counseling, to help protect and improve sexual health.

MSM Sexual Health Standards of Care

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New screening standards that illustrate the highest quality of sexual health care for MSM, expanding beyond federal guidelines to incorporate the collective experience of experts in the field of sexual health.

Just Diagnosed

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New CDC fact sheet with important next step information for individuals recently diagnosed with Gonorrhea and/or Chlamydia.

Syphilis in Women

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Information sheet outlining important syphilis testing recommendations for women.

Third Trimester Pregnancy Screening for Syphilis and HIV

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This information sheet highlights syphilis and HIV screening practices for pregnant women. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends prenatal testing for syphilis and HIV during a woman’s first prenatal visit and repeat testing for “high-risk” mothers during the third trimester (preferably 28-32 weeks).

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