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July 2022

Help NPIN Help You—Take Our Audience Survey!

To make sure NPIN reaches the greatest possible number of people with up-to-date, relevant content, we’re launching a brief Audience Survey. This is where you come in. Taking a few moments to fill out this survey, you can help us understand our audience needs, which will guide us on what you want to see from NPIN in the future—on our website, in this newsletter, and on social media.


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New & Notable

The following represent some of the materials recently uploaded to NPIN’s Materials Database.

How to Support Bisexual Youth — The Trevor Project

Materials Spotlight

July is Disability Awareness Month and National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. World Hepatitis Day also occurs this month. Here are some selections from NPIN’s Materials Database related to these observations:

Featured Campaigns & Resources

Check out these resources from CDC programs and NPIN’s Database.

Stop TB
Hep B Vaccine

New “Stop TB” poster – the updated poster has new graphics and new facts, available in both English and Spanish

Recommendations for Providing Quality STD Clinical Services (STD QCS) – these guidelines are designed to accompany the STI Treatment Guidelines

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