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The School-Based Health Alliance hosts webinars to connect members of the school-based health care field with public health experts.
This resource explains what enumeration means, summarizes research on enumerated anti-bullying policies, and provides evidence and practice-informed considerations for implementing strong anti-bullying policies, including those that are enumerated.
This website uses specific scenarios to outline ways to act against HIV related stigma in everyday situations.
This webinar explores strategies for HCV testing and linkage to care for people currently in or transitioning from prison.
This is a one page visual fact sheet encouraging vaccination for people who use drugs.
The customizable “Take on TB” infographic allows you to add state or local-level TB data into a template.
These stories highlight the personal experiences of several people who were diagnosed and treated for TB disease, as well as the work of TB control professionals.
This guide was created to help educate physicians and healthcare providers on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of syphilis.
This fact sheet provides information on HIV/STD coinfection, as well as specific testing and treatment recommendations for individuals that become dually infected.
This video examines the reported surge in congenital syphilis, and presents specific actions health providers can take to help protect their pregnant patients and their babies.
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