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Anonymous E-mail Partner Notification


The District of Columbia Department of Health developed an anonymous way to notify partners that they have been exposed to a sexually transmitted infection. Individuals can pick a message card and anonymously notify partners by e-mail and encourage them to get tested. This resource is housed in the DCTakesonHIV.com website, an anchor website for the District of Columbia's social marketing campaign to promote HIV testing, HIV medical care and treatment, condom use, and healthy relationships among all residents of the District.

Primary Toolkit:

HIV/STI Toolkit

Keyword Area:

HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)


Institutional Author:

District of Columbia Department of Health





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