2021 NATIONAL SEXUAL HEALTH CONFERENCE
CONTACT US SPONSORS + EXHIBITORS REGISTRATION LOCATION CE AGENDA ABSTRACTS ABOUT HOME

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (CME) CREDIT AND CONTINUING NURSING EDUCATION (CNE) CREDIT INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED WITH THE RELEASE OF THE FULL 2021 NATIONAL SEXUAL HEALTH CONFERENCE AGENDA
 
What type of continuing education credit do I need?


What if my profession is not listed?

If your profession is not listed and you require continuing education credit, you may be able to present the conference program and your certificate of attendance to your accrediting board to receive credit.

The following objectives have been identified for this activity:

OVERALL OBJECTIVES
  1. Understand current progress, challenges and opportunities in the United States across the spectrum of sexual health services including, but not limited to, reproductive health, comprehensive sexual education, HIV, sexually transmitted infections, viral hepatitis, substance abuse, cultural responsiveness, LGBTQ health, high-impact prevention, health equity, sexual violence prevention, HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis and social determinants of health.
  2. Identify opportunities for collaboration, integration and innovation across disciplines and across the broad range of sexual health services.
  3. Discuss opportunities and strategies to increase knowledge, communication and respectful attitudes regarding sexual health
  4. Plan ways to increase use of high quality evidenced-based educational, clinical and other preventive services that improve sexual health
  5. Identify opportunities to increase healthy, responsible and respectful sexual behaviors and relationships
  6. Develop tactics to decrease adverse health outcomes including HIV, STIs, viral hepatitis, unintended pregnancies and sexual violence
  7. Discuss strategies to decrease stigma and increase health equity

CME/CNE DISCLOSURES:

A full list of continuing education disclosures from our planners and speakers will be distributed to attendees to ensure awareness of any potential conflicts of interest that may lead to commercial bias. In addition, speakers & faculty will inform participants when any off-label treatments — those not recommended by the Food and Drug Administration for the purpose noted — are discussed.








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