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Family Planning NSW

FPNSW CorpFamily Planning NSW is a leading provider of reproductive and sexual health services. Experts on contraception, pregnancy options, Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs), sexuality and sexual function, menstruation, menopause, common gynaecological and vaginal problems, cervical screening, breast awareness and men’s sexual health. The Family Planning NSW website  has information on a range of issues in our Factsheets pages.

Family Planning NSW recognises the important role that teachers play in helping their students learn about reproductive and sexual health and has developed a range of programs and resources that support teachers .

Teachers, find more here. read more…

GET A GRIP teenz

Youth Wellbeing Project offers online professional development for middle school staff seeking comprehensive training to address whole-person centred sexuality and relationships education. GET A GRIP teenz is an educational program on self-awareness, smart choices and sexuality, providing engaging resources, parent handbook and interactive student worksheets.

The complete 10 week GET A GRIP teenz program is developed for the classroom or small groups, targeting the 14 – 15 year age group. It may be used in Public and Private High Schools; community education arenas for ‘at risk’ youth; and other community groups.  This program aligns with the learning sequence and general capabilities of the  National Curriculum requirements for the Years 9–10 Health and Physical Education, and provides tools for student assessment.

To find out more about GET A GRIP teenz and Youth Wellbeing Project, please go to http://youthwellbeingproject.com.au/

Youth Wellbeing Project invites you to utilise their new reference tool: Sexually Transmitted Infections: Facts, Prevention, Outcomes.  This clear, informative guide provides an excellent snapshot for current data on STIs, transmission, symptoms, prevention, treatment methods & consequences of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) of health concern in Australia.  It also includes a list of Useful Websites and documents, for easy access to places such as the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System; National Management Guidelines For Sexually Transmissible Infections; and comprehensive lists of Sexual Health Clinics.

 

 

 

Family Planning Victoria’s new contraception and sexual health brochures

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FPV’s new and updated brochures on contraception and sexual health are now available.

Clinically reviewed and updated by FPV’s senior medical officers, all brochures draw on up-to-date, evidence-based information on sexual and reproductive health.  read more…

GQ Gender Questioning

gq-thumb-nail-newGQ: Gender Questioning is a resource produced by GLHV in conjunction with the Trans Melbourne Gender Project. It is designed to provide information and support to young people between 16 and 25 who are questioning their gender or supporting someone who is doing so. It will be distributed through counsellors, school nurses and health services. For hard copies or to download a PDF follow this link.

WA Department of Health Pamphlets

The WA Department of Health have produced some information booklets for young people.

BLOOD RULES, OK

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Individuals and sporting clubs have the responsibility of playing their part in preventing the spread of infection through participation in sport. Players, officials, coaches, sports trainers and first aiders can be blood aware by following some simple guidelines and encouraging each other to do likewise. Clubs can be blood aware by adopting an infectious disease policy, providing information such as the pamphlet in the Blood Rules, OK kit to players, and maintaining a safe and clean environment for players and spectators alike.

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SHine SA Sexual Health information networking & education SA

shinesaSHine SA is the lead sexual health agency in South Australia. We work in partnership with government, health, education and community agencies and communities to improve the sexual health and wellbeing of South Australians.

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K.I.S.S.S

KISSSKISSS- Keep It Simple Guide to Safe Sex

This resource is only a guide.  It has been developed for young people 16 years and over.

This is a booklet with information about safe sex for guys and girls.  If you’ve ever had sex then this information is relevant to you, whether you’re in a long term relationship or single, if you’re in love or out of it, if you’re gay, straight or bisexual.  If you’ve decided not to have sex but want to be well informed then hopefully this will be useful to you too.  read more…