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Lecture Materials

The Basics

> Lecture 1: Introduction to the Course: Housekeeping and How We Use Public Health (Althoff, Hogan, Schumacher)

> Lecture 2: Epidemiologic Basis of STD Control: Introduction and STD Surveillance (Zenilman)

> Lecture 3: STD Control: Introduction to Mathematical Models and STDs (Zenilman)

> Lecture 4: Introduction to STI Policy and Programming (Hogan, Althoff, Schumacher)

STI Specific Epidemiology

> Lecture 5: Gonorrhea and Chlamydia (Ghanem)

> Lecture 6: Vaginitis and PID (Zenilman, Ghanem)

> Lecture 7: Syphilis (Rompalo)

> Lecture 8: Update on Genital Herpes (Rompalo)

> Lecture 9: Genital Human Papillomavirus (Gravitt)

> Lecture 10: HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections (Erbelding)

> Lecture 11: STD Diagnostic Tests (Gaydos)

STI Policy and Program in Various Contexts

> Lecture 12: Epidemiologic Basis for STI Policy and Programming: Interventions (Zenilman)

> Lecture 13: STDs in the International Setting (Gray)

> Lecture 14: Behavioral Interventions (Celentano)

> Lecture 15: Adolescents and STIs (Ellen)

Summary: Development of STI Policy and Program

> Lecture 16: Epidemiologic Basis for STI Policy and Programming: Development of Policy and Programming (Zenilman)