The curriculum is written for sexuality and STI/HIV educators who work with young adults 18-24 years old. This group has the highest unintended pregnancy and STI rates of any age group. Historically, sexual health curricula for this audience have focused primarily on preventing unintended pregnancy and or STI/HIV. Promoting Sexual Health (PSH) adds a third goal, improving the quality of sexual experience.
GOALS OF THIS CURRICULUM
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
ETR and the authors have a 25 year history of developing and evaluating curricula that actually reduce sexual risk by helping people avoid unwanted sex, reduce their number of sexual partners and increase condom and contraceptive use.
Vignetta Charles, PhD
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Although this version has been extensively pilot-tested and reviewed, we consider this a work in progress. Thus, as we continue to implement it, we may make changes over time and we very much welcome your suggestions and feedback based on your experience. At this time you can send comments to Karin Coyle; shortly, you can send feedback and share implementation on Facebook.