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  • CSRF | SIECCAN

    SIECCAN & CSRF Showcasing Canadian research Check out special issues of the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality that feature research presented at previous Canadian Sex Research Forum meetings. Check out the Special Issues of the CJHS SIECCAN and CSRF's Partnership SIECCAN and CSRF have a long history of partnership. ​ For many years, SIECCAN has sponsored student awards given to strong CSRF presentations. Currently, SIECCAN sponsors two separate student awards that are awarded to student presentations each year, the Best Student Oral Presentation Award and the Best Student Data Blitz Presentation Award. The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality (CJHS) produces a special volume of the journal each year dedicated to highlighting the rich sexuality research presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Sex Research Forum. ​ SIECCAN regularly presents research at the annual CSRF conference. See below for examples of previous research projects presented at CSRF. Reported Coverage of Gender-Based Violence Prevention Concepts in Sexual Health Education in Secondary School: A National Survey of University Students in Canada Attitudes Towards Sexual Health Education in Schools: A National Survey of Parents in Canada HPV Vaccination Among Young Adults: A National Survey of University Students in Canada

  • CATIE | SIECCAN

    SIECCAN & CATIE SIECCAN partners with CATIE in the development of sexually transmitted infection (STI) information and resources for people in Canada. Resources Safer Sex Guide This guide will help you take charge of your sexual health by giving you tips to prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and explaining how you can make sex safer What you need to know about chlamydia: Factsheet Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that is most easily passed on during sex without a condom. It can infect the genitals, rectum, throat and eyes What you need to know about genital herpes: Factsheet Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). What you need to know about gonorrhea: Factsheet Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that is most easily passed on during sex without a condom. What you need to know about hepatitis A: Factsheet Hepatitis A is an infection caused by the hepatitis A virus, which can be sexually transmitted. What you need to know about human papillomavirus (HPV) and anal cancer: Factsheet Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a virus that is most easily passed during sexual contact. What you need to know about human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer: Factsheet Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a virus that is most easily passed during sexual contact.

  • PHAC | SIECCAN

    SIECCAN & PHAC Sexual Health Education ANNONCE: GROUPE DE TRAVAIL SUR LES POINTS DE REPÈRE POUR L’ÉDUCATION COMPLÈTE À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE ANNONCE: GROUPE DE TRAVAIL SUR LES POINTS DE REPÈRE POUR L’ÉDUCATION COMPLÈTE À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE ANNOUNCEMENT: BENCHMARKS FOR COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION WORKING GROUP ANNOUNCEMENT: BENCHMARKS FOR COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION WORKING GROUP ATTITUDES DES JEUNES À L’ÉGARD DE L’ÉDUCATION À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE : APPUI AUX PRINCIPES FONDAMENTAUX D’UNE ÉDUCATION COMPLÈTE À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE ATTITUDES DES JEUNES À L’ÉGARD DE L’ÉDUCATION À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE : APPUI AUX PRINCIPES FONDAMENTAUX D’UNE ÉDUCATION COMPLÈTE À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE BENCHMARKS FOR EFFECTIVE COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION: CONSULTATION SUMMARY REPORT FINDINGS FROM SIECCAN’S SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION SURVEY WITH YOUTH AND ONLINE CONSULTATION WITH SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS COVID + Relationships and Sexual-Health: What do I Need to Know for Secondary Students COVID + Relationships and Sexual-Health: What do I Need to Know for Secondary Students COVID + Relationships and Sexual-Health: What do I Need to Know for Secondary Students COVID + Relationships and Sexual-Health: What do I Need to Know for Secondary Students COVID + Youth and Sexual Health: Background Information for Educators COVID + Youth and Sexual Health: Background Information for Educators COVID + Youth and Sexual Health: Background Information for Educators COVID + Youth and Sexual Health: Background Information for Educators COVID Pandemic and Youth Sexual Health Promotion Priorities for Health Care Providers COVID Pandemic and Youth Sexual Health Promotion Priorities for Health Care Providers COVID Pandemic and Youth Sexual Health Promotion Priorities for Health Care Providers COVID Pandemic and Youth Sexual Health Promotion Priorities for Health Care Providers COVID and Friendships/Relationships: Things to Think About for Elementary Students COVID and Friendships/Relationships: Things to Think About for Elementary Students COVID and Friendships/Relationships: Things to Think About for Elementary Students COVID and Friendships/Relationships: Things to Think About for Elementary Students COVID and Sexual Health Checklist for Health Care Providers COVID and Sexual Health Checklist for Health Care Providers COVID and Sexual Health Checklist for Health Care Providers COVID and Sexual Health Checklist for Health Care Providers COVID and Sexual Health Education Suggestions for Educators COVID and Sexual Health Education Suggestions for Educators COVID and Sexual Health Education Suggestions for Educators COVID and Sexual Health Education Suggestions for Educators COVID and Sexual Health Youth Fact Sheet COVID and Sexual Health Youth Fact Sheet COVID and Sexual Health Youth Fact Sheet COVID and Sexual Health Youth Fact Sheet LES JEUNES DU CANADA VEULENT UNE ÉDUCATION À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE équilibrée, respectueuse de la diversité et favorisant l’égalité des genres Le CIÉSCAN a interrogé 3 551 jeunes Canadien·ne·s de 16 à 24 ans sur leurs besoins et expériences en matière d’éducation à la santé sexuelle POINTS DE REPÈRE POUR UNE ÉDUCATION EFFICACE ET COMPLÈTE EN MATIÈRE DE SANTÉ SEXUELLE: RAPPORT SOMMAIRE DES CONSULTATIONS CONCLUSIONS DE L’ENQUÊTE DU CIÉSCAN AUPRÈS DE JEUNES ET DE LA CONSULTATION EN LIGNE AUPRÈS DE PROFESSIONNEL·LE·S DE L’ÉDUCATION À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE Santé sexuelle des jeunes autistes: BESOIN D’AMÉLIORATION DE L’ÉDUCATION À LA SANTÉ SEXUELLE Le CIÉSCAN a sondé 3 551 JEUNES de 16 à 24 ans à l’échelle du Canada à propos de leur santé sexuelle et de leurs besoins d’éducation en la matière Sexual health of Autistic youth: IMPROVED SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION IS NEEDED SIECCAN surveyed 3551 YOUTH aged 16-24 across Canada about their sexual health and their sexual health education needs. YOUTH IN CANADA WANT SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION THAT IS Balanced, Respects Diversity, and Promotes Gender Equality SIECCAN asked 3,551 16- to 24-year-olds in Canada about their sexual health education needs and experiences YOUTH’S ATTITUDES TOWARDS SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION: SUPPORT FOR THE CORE PRINCIPLES OF COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION YOUTH’S ATTITUDES TOWARDS SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION: SUPPORT FOR THE CORE PRINCIPLES OF COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education The Guidelines provide guidance to educators and policy makers for the development and evaluation of comprehensive evidence-based sexual health education in Canada GO TO GUIDELINES ORDER A COPY Questions & Answers: Sexual Health Education in Schools and Other Settings The Questions & Answers provides extensive and conclusive evidence to support the provision of comprehensive sexual health education in schools and other settings in Canada. GO TO Q&A ORDER A COPY Projects Sexual Health Education Sexual Health Education to Prevent STBBI Among Key Youth Populations Promising Practices Portal Looking for a sexual health education teaching resource? Check out the Portal. Resources

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  • Survey Indicates Strong Support for Publicly Funded Sexual and Reproductive Health Services and Sexual Health Education in Schools: SIECCAN Issue Brief

    The results of this survey can inform policy and program decision making focused on the provision of sexual and reproductive health services across Canada. There is strong support among adults in Canada aged 25-44 for access to publicly funded sexual and reproductive health services, including: • abortion services • contraception • HPV vaccine programs for youth and adults. The findings can reassure educators that a strong majority of adults in this age group, including parents/guardians, are supportive of school-based sexual health education, want schools to provide equitable access to sexual health information (e.g., in libraries), and want schools to address transphobia and homophobia. Click below to view the Issue Brief!

  • JUST RELEASED! Benchmarks for Effective Comprehensive Sexual Health Education Consultation Summary Report

    BENCHMARKS FOR EFFECTIVE COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL HEALTH EDUCATION: CONSULTATION SUMMARY REPORT The overall goal of the current project, funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Community Action Fund, is to improve the knowledge and capacity of educators, service providers, and policy and program decision makers to provide effective, culturally safe, stigma-free STI prevention and sexual health education to youth in Canada. A key component of the goal is creating national Benchmarks for Effective Comprehensive Sexual Health Education. The Benchmarks will provide educators and policy and program decision makers with a consistent, evidence-based tool to develop, implement, and evaluate sexual health education programs/curricula that address the age/grade-specific sexual health education needs of diverse youth populations in Canada. Click here! POINTS DE REPÈRE POUR UNE ÉDUCATION EFFICACE ET COMPLÈTE EN MATIÈRE DE SANTÉ SEXUELLE: RAPPORT SOMMAIRE DES CONSULTATIONS L’objectif global du présent projet, financé par le Fonds d’action communautaire de l’Agence de la santé publique du Canada, est d’améliorer les connaissances et la capacité des éducateur·trice·s et personnes enseignantes, des prestataires de services et des décideur·euse·s en matière de politiques et de programmes à fournir aux jeunes du Canada une éducation efficace, culturellement sûre et non stigmatisante, en matière de santé sexuelle et de prévention des infections transmissibles sexuellement (ITS). Un élément clé pour atteindre cet objectif est l’établissement de points de repère nationaux pour l’éducation complète en matière de santé sexuelle. Ces repères fourniront aux éducateur·trice·s/personnes enseignantes et aux décideur·euse·s en matière de politiques et de programmes un outil cohérent et fondé sur des données probantes pour élaborer, mettre en œuvre et évaluer des programmes d’éducation à la santé sexuelle qui répondent aux besoins des diverses populations de jeunes au Canada selon l’âge/année scolaire. Cliquez ici!

  • Access SIECCAN's Sexual Health Promotion with Autistic youth toolkit on the CPHA learning platform

    SIECCAN’s Sexual Health Promotion with Autistic Youth toolkit resources are now available on the CPHA learning platform! Create a free account on the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) learning site for more information and to access SIECCAN's new Sexual Health Promotion with Autistic Youth toolkit resources. These resources can be used by program and policy decision makers, educators, health professionals, and others. The toolkit includes the following resources: Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Promotion with Autistic Youth (full version and easy read version) Sexual Health Promotion: A Service Provider Guide for Working with Autistic Youth Information sheets and videos for Autistic youth These resources were developed in collaboration with an expert working group of people with diverse lived experiences and professional expertise. A consultation survey with service providers and focus groups/interviews with Autistic youth provided input for the development of the toolkit resources. Les ressources de la trousse d’outils du CIÉSCAN pour la promotion de la santé sexuelle auprès des jeunes autistes sont maintenant accessibles sur la plateforme d’apprentissage de l’ACSP! Créez un compte gratuit sur le site d’apprentissage de l’Association canadienne de santé publique (ACSP) pour plus d’information et pour accéder aux ressources de la nouvelle trousse d’outils du CIÉSCAN/SIECCAN pour la promotion de la santé sexuelle auprès des jeunes autistes. Ces ressources peuvent être utilisées par les décideur(-euse)s en matière de programmes et de politiques, les éducateur(-trice)s/personnes enseignantes et les professionnel-les de la santé, entre autres. La trousse d’outils comprend les ressources suivantes : Lignes directrices canadiennes pour la promotion de la santé sexuelle auprès des jeunes autistes (versions intégrale et lecture facile) Promotion de la santé sexuelle : un guide à l’intention des prestataires de services travaillant avec de jeunes autistes · Feuillets d’information et vidéos pour les jeunes autistes Ces ressources ont été élaborées en collaboration avec un groupe de travail d’expert-es composé de personnes ayant diverses expériences vécues et expertises professionnelles. Une enquête de consultation auprès des prestataires de services et des groupes de discussion/entrevues avec de jeunes autistes ont également éclairé l’élaboration des ressources de la trousse d’outils.

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