CDC Seeking Feedback on STD Treatment Guidelines App

May 02, 2019 | Kim Rodgers

Do You Use CDC’s STD Treatment Guidelines Mobile App? CDC is Looking for Healthcare Providers to Share Feedback!

If you are a healthcare provider (e.g., doctor, nurse, physician’s assistant) providing clinical care to patients who have an STD or are at risk for STDs and you have used the CDC STD Tx Guide app in the past 12 months, CDC wants to hear from you!

In anticipation of the next iteration of CDC’s STD Treatment Guidelines, CDC is working to update the popular STD Tx Guide app. The STD Tx Guide app is an easy-to-use, free mobile app for healthcare providers that allows users to access CDC’s current STD Treatment Guidelines from their mobile device. The app provides critical information needed for the diagnosis and treatment of 21 STDs and sexual assault, access to the full STD Treatment Guidelines, and access to “A Guide to Taking a Sexual History”.

Please contact KB Xiong at [email protected] or (404) 498-6476 to schedule a quick 30-minute interview. Your feedback is vital to help us improve the next version of the app!


About Kim Rodgers

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Kim Rodgers was formerly the Communications Manager at NACCHO.

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