Training on Prevention & Awareness Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases




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Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) comprise a significant cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide, especially in developing countries. The public health importance of theirs draws from the complications of theirs that disproportionately impact newborns and women, the reproductive health consequences of theirs and also the point that the transmission of HIV. is facilitated by them. Nevertheless, all STDs are most and preventable is relieved. Effective STD case management will be the foundation for STD influence through busting the chain of transmission from infected to noninfected persons.

The goal of this program is providing useful instruction to individuals of functional level health workers that are likely to do STD case management in the facilities. Its purpose is providing with abilities to train clinicians within the syndromic managing of STDs, provide counseling as well as community training about STDs. It also offers useful info to prepare, perform and evaluate STD training. The knowledge gained in this particular training is going to aid participants to boost awareness on STDs

Who Should Attend

This training program is for clinicians as well as service providers whose first-level diagnosis is included by normal duties and treatment of individuals and those that are working as outreach providers, educators or counselors at any first contact health facility. To make a good episode on the STI pandemic, it's crucial that all such staff be trained as fast as you can.

The training might also be of worth to far more skilled staff who'll be engaged in the management or maybe administration of clinics and medical services.


• Summarize the epidemiology of the most popular genital sexually transmitted illnesses (STDs).

• Describe the modes of transmission of genital STDs.

• Explain the concepts and approaches for the avoidance of STDs.

• Discuss analysis techniques for sexually transmitted diseases.

• List the treatments for each of typical STDs.

• Describe safeguarding against STDs for victims of sexual assault.

• Discuss the training of individuals and the partners of theirs in danger for contracting STDs.

Topics To Be Covered

• Introduction

• Diagnostic, Prevention and Treatment of STDs

• Health Education plus Communication Skills

• Sexual assault evaluation and aftercare

• STD information and reporting

1. Introduction

• General introduction of STI

• Epidemiology and division of STD

• Common genital STD

• Organisms that leads to genital STD

2. Prevention, Treatment, and Diagnostic of STDs

• General Diagnostic & symptoms

• Treatment of STDs

• Public health avoidance of STDs

• Practical program

3. Heath Education plus Communication Skills

• Effective interaction with clients

• Barriers to highly effective communication associated with STI

• Health education. Compliance to treatment

b. Counseling/education

c. Contact tracing as well as treatment

4. Sexual Assault Examination as well as After Care

• Introduction to various versions of care

• Describing injuries accurately

• The law associated with sexual assault

• STD safeguard for victims of sexual assault

• Emotional/psychological facets of STDs

5. Designing the STD Control Program

• Introduction

• Programme designs

• Programme monitoring as well as evaluation

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