Tagreproductive health

Rainbow Realities: In-depth analyses of large-scale LGBTQA+ health and wellbeing data in Australia

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Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, April 2024. Rainbow Realities provides a synthesis of pre-existing findings as well as more than 50 new analyses derived from the data of six surveys of LGBTQA+ populations in Australia. These are: Private Lives 3, Writing Themselves In 4, SWASH , Trans Pathways, Walkern Katatdjin (Rainbow Knowledge) and Pride and...

Free cervical screening clinic for trans and gender diverse people

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SHINE SA, June 2023 SHINE SA is offering FREE Cervical Screening Clinics for trans and gender diverse people with a cervix. Specific appointments will be held during June and July 2023 at SHINE SA Hyde Street Practice – starting this weekend. These appointments will give you the option of self-collection, so you can do the swab yourself rather than a health worker. There will also be a peer...

Job opportunity at SHINE SA: Director, Clinical and Counselling Services Division

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SHINE SA, May 2023 We have an exciting opportunity to join SHINE SA, a leading sexual health service in South Australia. SHINE SA is a non-government, not-for-profit primary health care organisation working to improve sexual and reproductive health and relationship wellbeing in our communities.  The Director, Clinical and Counselling Services Division is accountable to the Chief Executive Officer...

Aboriginal-specific STI & BBV resources for regional and rural SA

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SHINE SA & Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia (AHCSA), April 18th, 2023 SHINE SA and the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia have produced a series of STI & BBV resources designed for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS). Many of these resources feature artwork by Arabana and Kokatha artist Mali Isabel. In addition to ACCHS, these resources are also...

New study on use of combined and progestogen-only hormonal contraception and breast cancer risk

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Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Royal College of the Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (UK), 22 March 2023 FSRH response to new study on use of combined and progestogen-only hormonal contraception and breast cancer risk: A new observational study by Fitzpatrick, et al., published in PLOS Medicine investigated the association between current or recent use of combined oral and...

Major UK study recommends extending abortion powers to nurses

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Nursing Times, Marc h 8th, 2023 Nurses and midwives should be allowed to authorise and perform abortions, the largest-ever UK study on abortion has recommended. The Shaping Abortion for Change (SACHA) study has been funded by the government through the National Institute for Health and Care Research and is being led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. While a full report is yet...

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