Adherence to guidelines for universal screening of sexually active adolescents and young adults

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According to the CDC, rates of infection for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among adolescents and young adults are at an all-time high. What steps can clinicians take to overcome barriers to screening and treatment among these high-risk groups - and reduce the risk of lifelong complications that result from untreated STIs?

This online supplement discusses challenges and solutions related to STI screening guidelines, such as:

  • Health consequences and epidemiological data for STIs in high-risk populations
  • Barriers to adherence to current screening guidelines
  • The impact of universal screening on incidence rates
  • Tools for implementing universal screening
  • and much more!

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