Search Resources (English): Sexually transmitted infections

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HIV/AIDS & STI resources for program managers, trainers, and providers

Provides a wide variety of materials for program managers, trainers, and health care providers working in the field of HIV and AIDS.

Published: 2004
Women lovin’ women

Highlights some of the issues around HIV and sexually transmitted infections that affect women who have sex with women. Lists Toronto-area information services.

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Published: 2003
Lesbian health: a guide for teens

Presents a guide for teens on lesbian health. Explains what a lesbian is, how you can tell if you are a lesbian, what it means to bisexual, where you can go to get more information, what you should tell your parents, where they can get information and other resources.

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Published: 1999-2004
Contraceptive technology & reproductive health series

Provides training modules designed to meet the continuing educational needs of family planning practitioners, program managers, and policymakers in resource-constrained settings.

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Published: 2003
20 common problems in women's health care
Looks at the twenty conditions that most often prompt women to seek health care. Provides relevant pathophysiology, patient evaluation procedures, diagnostics, and treatment.
Published: 2000
Sexual health services and education for adolescents: options for Nova Scotia
Summarizes the findings of a research project on sexual activity, sexual health policies and services, and options for addressing sexual health among young women in Nova Scotia. (See Details)
Published: 2001
Microbicides: new STD prevention options for women
Examines current research to develop products, known as microbicides, that would give women the power to protect themselves from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and AIDS. (See Details)
Sexual practices, risk perception and knowledge of sexually transmitted disease risk among lesbian and bisexual women
Documents that many lesbian and bisexual women believe only heterosexual women are likely to become infected with a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Finds that many of these women do not take protective measures with their female partners. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Condoms, sexually transmitted infections, safer sex and you
Discusses condom use to prevent unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections. Provides usage guidelines. (See Details)
Published: 2002
Young women of color and their risk for HIV and other STIs
Examines the socioeconomic, cultural, and gender barriers limit the ability of some young women of colour in the United States to receive information on sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, access culturally appropriate health care, and reduce sexual risks. Includes references. (See Details)
Published: 2003