What have we learned from 25 years of peer sexuality support? Bex Leys- Auckland Sexual Health Services Education Unit
A quick overview of Auckland Sexual Health Services Peer Sexuality support program, how it has evolved over the past 25 years, how we have adapted and what learning edges we are still adapting to.
“Too Scared to Get it from A Doctor”: Healthcare access in New Zealand LGBTQ+ teens – Adi Ferrara- School of Health Sciences, University of Canterbury
This presentation will explore preliminary results from a PhD study of healthcare access in New Zealand LGBTQ+ teens. This study aims to find whether there are perceived barriers and enablers impacting LGBTQ+ teens when seeking healthcare advice and assistance, and further explores whether the existence of perceived barriers impacts sexual risk behaviour in this population.
Eggplants and Pee-tests – Lee-ann O’Brien, Whanake Youth
There is a low uptake of young males age 15-24 years of age getting tested for STI’s (10% in 2018). This presentation walks you through an innovative health promotion strategy aimed at males in high schools. This involves an eggplant emoji, cartoon penis, and competition among schools to see which school can get the most pee tests of all.
Gender affirming care for trans and gender diverse youth adolescents – Rachel Johnson, CMDHB
The facts, the fictions, and the essentials!
This session was recorded at Involve 2020 during the COVID-19 global pandemic.