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Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs): Symptoms, Prevention Strategies, and Ethical Responsibilities

Talking about sex is socially taboo, but talking about a sexually transmitted infection (STI)?! Now, everyone's silent. From your personal partners to health care providers and even those working in sexual health clinics, sometimes, talking about STIs and sexual health history can be a little nerve-wracking. In this presentation, I will educate you on the most common STIs, evidence-based prevention strategies, and ethical responsibilities in providing the best comprehensive sexual health care possible.
*This on-demand content was originally presented live in 2021
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    • Introductory Level
    • No Prerequisites Needed
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        What You’ll Learn in this Course

        Describe approaches that promote effective interdisciplinary sexual health care.
        Discuss sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and STI risk reduction strategies.
        Demonstrate taking an effective culturally-sensitive sexual health history.
        AASECT Certification

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        —   About the Instructor

        Sadia Arshad, MPH, MSN, WHNP-BC

        Repro Justice Consultant | Women's Health Nurse Practitioner

        Sadia Arshad, MPH, MSN, WHNP-BC. Born and raised in Miami, Sadia is a brown Muslim woman with experience as a peer sex educator, women's health nurse practitioner, and reproductive justice advocate. She never planned on being any of those things, but life has its way of bringing experiences to Sadia.
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