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* Sexual Health Education in the Schools: Questions & Answers

This new, reformatted and graphically-enhanced SIECCAN resource provides well-documented answers to common questions about sexual health education in our schools.

Bulk ordering of this document (available for cost of shipping) can be done by phone, fax, mail, e-mail or on-line by contacting:

Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre

400- 1565 Carling Avenue

Ottawa ON K1Z 8Rl

Toll free: 1-877-999-7740

Tel: (613)-725-3434

Fax: (613)-725-1205

E-mail: aidssida@cpha.ca Web site: http://www.aidssida.cpha.ca

SIECCAN was supported in development of this resource by the Sexual Health and STI Section, Community Acquired Infections Division, Public Health Agency of Canada. The original version of Questions and Answers appeared in The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, Vol. 13 (3-4), 2004.

* Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Canada: A Report Card in 2004

This authoritative review of teen sexual behaviour, contraceptive use and safer sex practices is supported by current national data on trends in teen pregnancy rates and STI rates. This document is an informative resource on its own and a good companion piece to Questions and Answers.

Bulk order cost estimates available by contacting SIECCAN at 416-466-5394 (phone), 416-778-0785 (fax) or sieccan@web.ca.

Development of this resource was assisted by an unrestricted grant to SIECCAN from Organon Canada Ltd. The document appeared in The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 13(2), 2004.
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Title Annotation:Sex Information and Education Council of Canada
Publication:The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1CANA
Date:Mar 22, 2005
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