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STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
STI Communication : Prevention and Testing
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STI Communication : Prevention and Testing

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  • 1. STI Communication
  • 2. LET’S TALK…. …about sex! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydrtF 45-y-g&feature=kp
  • 3. Type 1 Name/Date Write a reaction to this statistic: 1 in 4 teens get a STI every year. (5 sentences in 3 minutes)
  • 4. Why is communication so important? Wouldn’t you want to know?
  • 5. Scenario 1 Jane and Chris have been dating for 2 months. Sometimes they have sex. Jane suspects that Chris is having sex with other partners, but isn’t sure. What should Jane do?
  • 6. Scenario 2 Shawn and Mary have been dating for a long time, and the relationship has progressed to a place where both partners want to have sexual intercourse. When Mary asks Shawn to use a condom, Shawn is insulted! He says he is clean, that condoms feel unnatural, fake and a total turn off, and since Mary is on the pill it shouldn’t be necessary. What should Mary do?
  • 7. Scenario 3 Mark just found out that he has a STI. He wants to tell his partner, but is afraid of what his partner will think. What should Mark do?
  • 8. Scenario 4 Katie’s boyfriend, Jared, recently noticed an unusual discharge from his penis. When he got tested, the results showed that he had gonorrhea. He accused Katie of giving it to him, since he’d been faithful to Katie. Katie has had sex with other partners, but doesn’t have any symptoms. Jared would like Katie to get tested, but she doesn’t want to. What should Jared do?
  • 9. Scenario 5 Mia’s younger sister thinks that she might have a STI. She doesn’t know where to go for testing. She also doesn’t want their parents to know. She has asked Mia for help. What should Mia do?
  • 10. Scenario 6 Steve’s girlfriend just told him that she has Chlamydia. He knows he’ll need to get tested and treated. Steve has also had sex with another girl about three weeks ago. He knows the girl’s name, but doesn’t know how to contact her. What should Steve do?
  • 11. Scenario 7 Lisa is not in a steady relationship. She sometimes has sex with casual dates. She is worried about STIs and wants to know how to recognize the symptoms. What should Lisa do?
  • 12. Scenario 8 Last year Jen was diagnosed with genital herpes. Since that time she has been abstinent. Now she is dating someone new. What should Jen do?
  • 13. Scenario 9 Lori and Dale have been in a long-term relationship and have been having sex for the last 8 months. Dale has been trying to convince Lori to stop using condoms “now that they know each other so well.” What should Lori do?
  • 14. Scenario 10 Donny has been dating the same person for six months. When they first had sex, they used condoms, but stopped using them about a month ago. Now Donny has small itchy bumps on his genitals. What should Donny do?
  • 15. Scenario 11 Fatima has been with the same partner for a year, and just tested positive for Chlamydia. What should Fatima do?
  • 16. Scenario 12 Six months ago, Jonas was at a party and had too much to drink. He ended up having unprotected sex. Now he has heard a rumor that the person he had sex with is HIV positive. What should Jonas do?
  • 17. Scenario 13 Leann was at a party last night at her friend’s house. There were a lot of people there she didn’t know, so she decided to stay sober. This morning when she woke up, she was mixed up and couldn’t remember anything that happened the night before. What should Leann do?
  • 18. And the results are in…..
  • 19. Ticket out the Door  Please complete the graphic organizer as though you just found out you have a STI… *WHO would you tell? *WHEN would you tell this person? *WHERE would you go for this conversation? *WHY is it so important to have this conversation? *HOW would you share the news? *Explain the SIGNIFICANCE of telling this person about your sexually transmitted infection. Remember: Communication is the first step in prevention!

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