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Almost a quarter of Australians have inflicted some sort of SV since turning 18: report

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ABC & Australian Institute of Criminology, 10th July 2024 More than one in five Australians have admitted to inflicting acts of sexual violence since the age of 18, in shocking figures released by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC). A survey of 5,000 anonymous Australians aged between 18 and 45 has revealed almost 10 per cent had perpetrated sexual violence in the past 12 months...

Reducing Polarization Toward LGBTIQ+ Persons: a Pilot Study of Metacognitive Training in U.S. Republican Leaners

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Reininger, K.M., Koulen, H., Biel, H.M. et al. A Pilot Study of Metacognitive Training in U.S. Republican Leaners: Reducing Polarization Toward LGBTIQ+ Persons. Arch Sex Behav 53, 1609–1620 (2024). Negative attitudes and stigmatization toward sexual minorities is a cause of minority stress of non-heterosexual persons on an individual level and has a negative impact on democratic coexistence in...

Aboriginal women designing a Model of Care for cardiometabolic conditions in pregnancy

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Telethon Kids Institute, 2024 Telethon Kids Institute invites you to participate in co-designing a model of care for Aboriginal women who experience diabetes and heart complications in pregnancy in South Australia. This project will design a model of care in South Australia (SA) for Aboriginal women with heart and diabetes complications of pregnancy, and their babies. Despite high prevalence of...

Aboriginal Men’s Business: Factors Affecting Aboriginal Men Accessing Sexual Health Services

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Dawson, Daniel; McDonough, Daniel; Reilly, Rachel; and Charles, James A. (2023) “Aboriginal Men’s Business: A Literature Review of Factors Affecting Aboriginal Men Accessing Sexual Health Services,” Journal of the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet, Vol. 4 : Iss. 2 , Article 6. DOI: Abstract: Introduction: Aboriginal men are relatively young, with a median age of 22 years, nearly...

Gender, sex and equal health: including boys in the HPV vaccination programme in Swedish primary schools

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Ylva Odenbring & Lisa Lindén (2023) Gender, sex and equal health: school nurses’ strategies and experiences of including boys in the HPV vaccination programme in Swedish primary schools, Sex Education, 23:5, 617-630, DOI: 10.1080/14681811.2022.2106959 Abstract: Since autumn 2020, boys in the fifth year of school (11-year-old students) in Sweden have been offered human papillomavirus (HPV)...

Rainbow Horizons: Don’t leave me this way (Inclusive end of life care and planning)

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COTA SA Rainbow Hub, June 2023 Rainbow Horizons: Don’t leave me this way –fostering intergenerational compassionate communities to support LGBTI+ people’s end of life is a project report which reveals the unique challenges older LGBTI+ people may face, and advocates for stronger intergenerational links and for providers to ensure a more inclusive approach to end of life experiences for older...

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