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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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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
I have no financial interests or conflicts of interest to report.
Using technology to explore if gender and sexual self-efficacy are potential elements of safer sex practices such as condom use and communication skills.
Responsible for about
CIN2 and CIN3
CIN1, VIN1, VaIN
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
To cause neoplasia
Average of 10 Years
If not detected
CIN 2, 3
Average 6-24 Months
70-90% clear in 6- 24 Months
Adapted from Cox JT. Natural history of HPV. Online CME. www.ASCCP.org. 2009. M. Gold and N. Huff, thank you
(e.g. Captivate 5)
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.
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)
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
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
Belinda Rose James
Nancy F . Woods
Research Team and Mentors