Week 3 Outline
Tressa Bell, Brittany Taylor, & Debbie Lawrence
July 1, 2013
Week 3 Outline
1. What are the required elements for the presentation?
A. With the brochure, we will have eye catching colors and pictures to draw the attention of teenagers to want to reach the information. We will also be sure to have things written in an easy-to-understand format. Our goal is to cover information about how teens can seek help and the importance of knowledge and also cover barriers to nurses and their communication with this age group when discussing the subject of STD’s. One example is slang terminology and nurses not understanding their language.
2. Ideas for outreach and program promotion are drafted; the type of media is designated.
A. We will design our presentation into a brochure format. We also plan to use things like Facebook, Twitter, ...view middle of the document...
4. The target audience/population is clearly defined.
A. The target audience for our brochure is the teenage population.
5. Possible community resources, information, websites, contacts, and so forth are listed.
A. A website found that focuses on sexual risk behavior is http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/sexualbehaviors/.
B. A website found that focuses on sexually transmitted infections is http://www.advocatesforyouth.org/topics-issues/stis?task=view.
C. A website found that shows national HIV and STD testing resources is http://hivtest.cdc.gov/Default.aspx.
D. You can also contact your local community health and human services department or hospital.
E. Information for the National STD hotline includes their phone number of (800) 232-4636 and their email of email@example.com.
F. You can also contact the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Voice Information System (STD, HIV, and TB information) using their phone number of (800) 232-3228.
G. The herpes resource center is available at (919) 361-2120.
H. The National AIDS Hotline is available at (800) 342-AIDS.
I. The National Herpes Hotline is available at (919) 361-8488.
J. The National HPV and Cervical Cancer Prevention Hotline is available at (919) 361-4848.
K. The teen line that provides peer to peer counseling is available at (800) 443-8336.
L. An example of a great community resource is Teens Have Choices of Washington County at teenshavechoices.org.
A. Buhi, E.R., Klinkenberger, N., & Hughes, S., Blunt H.D., Rietmeijer, C. (2013, January). Teens’ use of digital technologies and preferences for receiving STD prevention and sexual health promotion messages: Implications for the next generation of intervention initiatives. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 40(1), 52-54.
B. Kaplan, A.M., & Haenlien, M. (2010). Users of the world, unite! The challenges and opportunities of social media. Business Horizons, 53, 59-63.