A CME-based series of online case studies
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are of infections that are spread by sexual contact. STIs are common occurrences, but can result in serious illness if left untreated, making screening, diagnosis, and treatment critical.
National and state-level data reflect rising STI rates, requiring increased attention on behalf of medical providers.
Our program seeks to improve awareness of STIs, efficiency and accuracy in testing, diagnosis, and treatment, and incorporation of sexual history into routine history and physical assessments.
The following online case studies afford providers the opportunity to practice identifying, diagnosing, and treating common STIs.
This activity is intended for medical providers from internal medicine, primary care, pediatrics, OB/GYB and other providers who are delivering services pertaining to sexual health.