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Transcript of Family Planning
Statistics & Facts
Increase the proportion of sexually active persons aged 15 to 19 years who use condoms to both effectively prevent pregnancy and provide barrier protection against disease.
Safer choices: reducing teen pregnancy, HIV, and STDs
- Curriculum for
- HIV/STI reduction
- teen pregnancy prevention
- Twenty sessions
- Experimental activities for:
- delaying sex
- condom use
- Teen birth rates in United States
- Condom use among females and males
- Educated of adolescents
- Effectiveness of condoms
- Protection against STDs
Family Planning Objective - 10
Received support from:
- School health protection council
- Peer team/club - to host school-wide activities
- Parenting education
- HIV-positive speakers
- Educator training
- Community service resources
-Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana & Arkansas
-Utah & Iowa
- High school students in 9th and 10th grade
- 20 school each in CA & TX
- Urban and suburban youth
- Multiethnic populations (Caucasian, Hispanic, African American, and Asian)
- Sexually active youth (15-19)
- starting participants: 3,869
- final follow-up: 3,058
- follow-up surveys at:
- 7 months
- 31 months
- delayed initiation of sexual intercourse (Hispanic youth only)
- increased use of effectives contraception
- increased condom use
- less unprotected sex and sexual partners without the use of condoms
- increased HIV testing - among students who heard an HIV-positive speaker
Los Angeles County Department of Health Services - Long Beach Comprehensive Health
A Message to Health Care Professionals: Teen Pregnancy
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Family Planning Objectives. Healthy People 2020. Washington, DC. 2013 Aug 13. Available from http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topicsobjectives2020/objectiveslist.aspx?topicId=13