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Dianne Morrison-Beedy (Dean ). USING TECHNOLOGY TO REACH DIVERSE POPULATIONS Versie Johnson-Mallard, PhD, MSc, MSN, WHNP-BC Assistant Professor, University of South Florida College of Nursing; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar. 1. Disclosures.

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Dianne Morrison-Beedy (Dean)

USING TECHNOLOGY TO REACH DIVERSE POPULATIONS

Versie Johnson-Mallard, PhD, MSc, MSN, WHNP-BC

Assistant Professor, University of South Florida College of Nursing; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar

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disclosures
Disclosures

I have no financial interests or conflicts of interest to report.

Co-presenters:

  • Rosa Maria Gonzalez-Guarda, PhD, MPH, RN, CPH
    • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar; Assistant Professor School of Nursing University of Miami
  • Rasheeta Chandler, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC
    • Assistant Professor University of South Florida, College of Nursing
purpose
Purpose
  • The primary aim of our research is to benefit society by improving the health of vulnerable individuals, families, and communities, through the use of technology as a vehicle for information dissemination
educational objectives
Educational Objectives

Using technology to explore if gender and sexual self-efficacy are potential elements of safer sex practices such as condom use and communication skills.

  • A look at individual factors amongst a diverse group of college students with regard to safer sexual health practices and prevention of Viral STIs (e.g. HPV, HIV, HSV)
natural history of hpv
Natural History of HPV

Responsible for about

50-70% of

CIN2 and CIN3

35-50%

of

CIN1, VIN1, VaIN

None Oncogenic

Oncogenic

HPV 6/11 Positive

15 genotypes have been identified as HR or oncogenic

HPV 16 and 18

may cause benign changes and mild cellular abnormality, and are associated with external genital warts or condylomata

Have

the potential

To cause neoplasia

and cancer

transient
Transient

CIN 1

PERSISTENT INFECTION

TRANSIENT INFECTION

Average of 10 Years

If not detected

HPV Infection

CIN 2, 3

Invasive Cancer

Average 6-24 Months

70-90% clear in 6- 24 Months

HPV Clearance

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Adapted from Cox JT. Natural history of HPV. Online CME. www.ASCCP.org. 2009. M. Gold and N. Huff, thank you

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Posttest

3Months

Baseline

Interventions

Demographics

Skill Building

Multi-Media

Presentation

(e.g. Captivate 5)

Both groups

Control group

Posttest

Second Life

crossover

Sexual Self

Efficacy

Experimental

Group Posttest

Health Cards

From CDC

Experimental

Group Only

STI

Knowledge

goal of interventions
Goal of Interventions

To educate women and men on viral sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and to offer ways to strengthen self-efficacy for the prevention of viral sexually transmitted infections, through innovative internet communications and educational material that may improve knowledge and understanding of viral sexually transmitted infections.

lets talk loving that can lead to nasty infection
Lets Talk Loving that can lead to Nasty Infection

Viral sexually transmitted infections are contagious infections with no known cure that are contracted by unprotected sexual intercourse. Viral sexually transmitted infections have NO Cure.

This was reinforced weekly for three months with electronic message cards (e.g. CDC)

preliminary results

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA COLLEGE OF NURSING

Preliminary Results

Demographics

Pretest Results

An interesting findings was a small percentage (7.1%) of females identified birth control pill use as a STI prevention method

Females showed higher Sexual self efficacy for refusal sexual intercourse and question potential sex partners

  • 7.8% freshman,
  • 12.2% sophomore,
  • 25.9% Junior,
  • 28.6% senior,
  • 23.1% graduate students
  • House or apartment (65%)
  • Privately insured (64%) years
future research based upon preliminary data

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA COLLEGE OF NURSING

Future Research Based upon Preliminary Data

Foundation for Program of Research

Plans for Future Data

Develop and conduct a large randomized control trial on education interventions to decrease STIs, plan for submission of R01

Develop and utilize a sound research team to refine and revise implementation process for all future grant submissions

Disseminate findings locally, nationally and internationally via conferences and publications

  • Master’s theses focus STIs brief intervention 1:1
  • National Research Service Award/NIH STI intervention, group intervention
  • National HBCU Research Network focus was intervention work, group intervention
  • RO3 (scored 253) intervention, web based intervention
  • RWJF, web based intervention
  • Internal Grant USF Pilot an investigator developed STIKs, web based survey
  • DHHS/OWH school health STI intervention
  • P20 NIH/NCI community participatory
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Acknowledgements

Rajendra Kadel

Anna Giuliano

Lissa Mangini

Loretta Jemmott

Belinda Rose James

Research Assistant

Cecile Lengacher

Nancy F . Woods

Kevin Kip

Nilda Peragallo

Research Team and Mentors

thank you
Thank You
  • Questions?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
  • Funded by RWJF Nurse Faculty Scholars Program: 9301022-0001; IRB:108452 I