Online education sessions for STDs (sexually-transmitted diseases) and HIV (human ummunodeficiency synfrome)
Who will benefit from this STD/HIV education in your home life? (check all that apply)
Someone else who may benefit at home:
White or Caucasian
Black or African American
Hispanic or Latino
Asian or Asian American
Native American or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
Sex at birth
15-20 21-25 26-30 31-35
36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55
56-60 61 or older
Highest level of education you have received
Less than high school degree
High school degree or equivalent (e.g., GED)
Some college but no degree
Other education level:
Are you currently employed?
Are you currently enrolled as a student?
Have you participated in a Mississippi State Department of Health STD/HIV training before?
I consider myself knowledgeable about STD/HIV.
Neither agree nor disagree
I know all the reportable STDs in Mississippi.
The number of reportable STDs in Mississippi is:
I know the data for at least one STD for my county.
I know what a sexual risk reduction plan is.
I can create a sexual risk reduction plan.
Having one STD can increase the chances of getting HIV.
It is possible to have more than one STD at a time.
Many people with STDs do not have any symptoms.
Mississippi has the highest rates in the country in at least one STD.
For questions or to cancel your registration, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org