STI Prevention

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STI Prevention by Mind Map: STI Prevention

1. Scope of STI Prevention Issue

1.1. Socioecological Model

1.1.1. Individual level

1.1.1.1. individual knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, values

1.1.1.2. addressing coping skills, especially during transitions

1.1.2. Interpersonal level

1.1.2.1. Bystander interventions

1.1.2.2. Conflict resolution/mediation

1.1.2.3. Partner Communication

1.1.3. Organizational level

1.1.3.1. Addressing social climate at school

1.1.3.2. Addressing perceived and actual social norms within the organization/administration/school leadership

1.1.4. Community level

1.1.4.1. improving relationships and communications between 'town and gown'

1.1.4.2. Community mobilization/coalition strategies

1.1.5. Public Policy level

1.1.5.1. Required training for anyone working with youth

2. Institute of Medicine (IOM) Continuum of Care: STI Prevention

2.1. Universal (Primary): Addressing the entire population (at risk and not at risk)

2.2. Selected (Secondary): targetting subset of population considered at risk by virtue of their membership in a given segment of the population

2.3. Indicated (Tertiary): targetting individuals who are exhibiting early signs of problem behaviors

3. Evidence for how to address issue without duplicating ongoing efforts

3.1. Principles of Effective Prevention Interventions and Strategies

3.2. Collective Impact

4. Stakeholders (who should be involved)

4.1. Santa Clara County Public health department

4.2. Local Clinics

4.2.1. Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center of Silicon Valley

4.2.2. Planned Parenthood

4.2.3. Indian Health Center

4.2.4. Gardner Health Services

4.3. DeAnza Students

4.4. DeAnza Parents

4.5. DeAnza School Administration

4.6. DeAnza On-Site Health Care Clinic

4.7. Funders

4.7.1. California Department of Public Health

4.8. Program Staff

5. Assets

5.1. Needed

5.2. Owned