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inSPOT


Description

This free, peer-to-peer Web site for people diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease allows users to e-mail postcards notifying partners about a possible exposure. The e-mail postcards direct recipients to information on the site about where to get tested, treatment, and links to what recipients need to know. The e-cards can be sent anonymously or from a known e-mail address.
Links to the Tool:
This tool is available at: http://www.inspot.org/

Developer

Internet Sexuality Information Services, Inc.

Funding Sources

San Francisco Department of Public Health; Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; Public Health - Seattle & King County; Internet Sexuality Information Services, Inc.; Chicago Department of Public Health; Washington, DC, Department of Health STD Control Program; AIDS Healthcare Foundation Program; Los Angeles County Sexually Transmitted Disease Program; NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Bureau of STD Control; The Mazzoni Center; Philadelphia Department of Public Health; Multnomah County Health Department; County of San Diego HIV, STD, and Hepatitis Branch of Public Health Services; California State Department of Health Services; Florida Department of Health, Bureau of STD Prevention and Control; Idaho Health and Welfare, Sexual and Reproductive Health Program; Indiana Department of Public Health; Louisiana Office of Public Health, STD Prevention Program; Red Door Services at the Hennepin County Public Health Clinic; New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services; Bioterrorism Consortium of Lake Michigan (BCOLM); AIDS Committee of Ottawa in partnership with Ottawa Public Health; Toronto Public Health


QualityTool Topic

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History

  • Release Date: 04/2006
  • Original Summary: 11/2008
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Last updated: March 14, 2012.