Impact of interventions promoting condom use among HIV-infected individuals. I Departamento Materno-Infantil. Faculdade de Medicina.
T here are two types of condoms: external, which go on the penis, and internal, which can be used vaginally or anally. Make sure they are in date and have a quality mark on them — and carry more than one, in case you put it on wrong and have to throw it away. It may get some pre-ejaculate — the fluid that is released from the penis prior to ejaculation — on it, which may contain sperm.
Click to download this video. The host will appear in a laboratory education office stagedsurrounded by Trojan products, glass condom molds, renderings of the glass tubes, scientific data regarding the quality control and testing procedures, checklists, etc. Throughout the narration the host will guide the audience through the condom production and testing process.
The class is taught by Ms Blokdijk, who teaches these sex education classes regularly. She asks some questions from the textbook Long Live Love, teaches the teens about safe sex practices, and demonstrates how to put a condom on a fake plastic penis model, to promote safe sex and prevention of contracting sexually transmitted infections STIs. Ms Blokdijk then reveals she has the same models for all the teens to try in groups, which creates apprehension on the faces of some of the teens. They have a go putting the condoms on the model too.
Over a year career at EDC, she has designed and evaluated innovative programs for health systems and providers, schools, families, and community organizations. She has a long-standing commitment to reducing health disparities through community-informed programs that can be successfully implemented and sustained. Since then, with funding from the National Institutes of Health NIHthe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDCand other federal agencies as well as foundations, she has designed multiple community-informed interventions that are included in national best-practices registries and widely disseminated.
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Condoms are an effective HIV prevention tool for adolescents. In many countries, distribution of condoms has helped reduce HIV transmission in populations disproportionately affected by the epidemic, like men who have sex with men. Using condoms consistently and correctly is a highly effective way for adolescents to protect themselves against sexually transmitted HIV.
A great informational and educational resource for young people about STI symptoms, testing and prevention. Click here to view the PDF. This ARCSHS report is a great resource for any people working around sexual health and education, and essential reading.