Connections: Discussing STIs, and how to adopt a comprehensive approach to sexual health
A new report from ACT Rochester and Trillium Health shows that Monroe County has some of the highest increases in sexually transmitted infection rates in the state. We talk to the authors of the report about the data and about how health professionals can adopt a comprehensive approach to sexual health.
- William Valenti, M.D., senior vice president for strategic advancement, chief of innovation, and co-founder and staff physician at Trillium Health
- Ann Johnson, executive director of ACT Rochester
- Jevon Cooper, staff member at the MOCHA Centerat Trillium Health
- Brian Bartlett, spokesperson for the HIV Stops with Me campaign