Category:Health and Social Care
Table Of Contents - Special Issue: Sex and relationship education: bridging the gap between research and practice
The purpose of this paper is to briefly outline the current debate on the delivery of sex education in the UK. The paper presents a brief summary of the recently published…
This paper seeks to explore the theoretical bases for teacher‐delivered and peer‐delivered sexual health promotion and education.
The limited evidence of effectiveness of existing teenage pregnancy strategies which focus on sex education, together with growing evidence that factors such as poor…
Summer nights: A review of the evidence of seasonal variations in sexual health indicators among young peopleWendy Macdowall, Kaye Wellings, Judith Stephenson, Anna Glasier
This paper aims to examine whether greater consideration should be given to the timing of sexual health interventions within the calendar year.
Empowered positions?: Listening to sexually experienced young women talking about sex, disappointments, and compromiseEllen Sieg
This paper aims to discuss how sex and relationship education (SRE) could benefit from considering current levels of young women's empowerment in (hetero)sexual…
This paper aims to identify the preferences towards sex education and information from a religiously diverse sample of young people. The research builds on growing…
Online date, start – end:1992
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- Prof Katherine Weare