Our host Elden Steele interviewed Craig Roberts from University Health Services (UHS), Mary Jo Hussey and Sara Mader of Public Health to discuss sexual health for men who have sex with men.
Craig Roberts is a physician assistant and epidemiologist with University Health Services and a Clinical Assistant Professor at both the School of Medicine and Public Health and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mr. Roberts provides direct patient care in the health service clinic and coordinates infectious disease surveillance, case investigation and outbreak response for his campus. Mr. Roberts consults and lectures frequently on issues related to infectious diseases in college students. He currently serves as chair of the Emerging Public Health Threats and Emergency Response Coalition of the American College Health Association.
Mary Jo Hussey works for Public Health Madison and Dane County (PHMDC) as a public health nurse. She has been the HIV-STI Program coordinator there since 1990. In that role she oversees programs related to STIs, HIV and hepatitis C. She assisted in setting up the initial needle exchange services in Madison. She has extensive experience doing HIV testing in a variety of settings. Mary Jo was very involved in setting up the STI clinic at PHMDC in 2013 and continues to work directly in the clinic.
Sara Mader is a public health nurse with Public Health Madison and Dane County. She works in a variety of public health programs including STI testing and follow up, HIV testing, hepatitis C, and needle exchange. Sara is also on a team working on a sexual and reproductive health profile of Madison & Dane County.