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Adolescents represent a large proportion of the population. As they mature and become sexually active, they face more serious health risks. Most face these risks with too little factual information, too little guidance about sexual responsibility and multiple barriers to accessing health care. A...
An exploration of the relationship between family functioning and adolescent sexual decision making skillsDownload
This study examined the relationship between family functioning, as conceptualized by the FACES III instrument, and adolescents’ comfort and frequency communicating about sex, communicating and asserting personal boundaries, and sexual decision making. Quantitative data was collected from 154...
Over the past two decades, considerable progress has been made in advancing the global agenda to ensure accessible and high-quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services for everyone. Legislative and policy changes have enabled pharmacists to expand their scope of practice to address...
Exploring Barriers and Facilitators in Achieving a Positive Sexual Health among Trans-Femme Young Adults: Community-Based Participatory Research ProjectDownload
Transgender people face unique multiple levels of barriers and challenges regarding sexual health and wellbeing. While there has been a significant number of studies exploring sexual health among the 2SLGBTQ+ population, there is a paucity of research that uses a participatory approach targeted...
Exploring Ugandan secondary school students’ sexual health education needs and developing school-based sexual health interventions through participatory action researchDownload
This study began by exploring the factors that influence the sexual health information sources available to Ugandan adolescents and how they decide what sources to use. Guided by participatory action research, focus group discussions and interviews were conducted with students and teachers from...
First published in 1994 and revised in 2003 and 2008, the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education (Guidelines) were developed to assist professionals working in the area of health promotion and sexual health education in programming which supports positive...
Introduction: Transgender people are not being represented in public school sex education and are not able to rely on healthcare professionals being able to provide good and effective care. This study examined how transgender people are finding information relating to their sexual health and...
Uganda has a predominantly young population, and there is a need for targeted HIV/AIDS prevention programming. Peer education is a health intervention style that has been used with appreciable success in adolescent groups, but some issues exist. We hypothesize that more can be done in the...