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Through our eyes: why Indigenous young people look after their health and protect themselves from sexually transmitted and blood borne infections (2010)

Author

Indigenous Resilience Project

Publisher

National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research The University of New South Wales

City

Sydney

Type

Poster

 

Description

This poster provides information on the outcomes of a project that explored young Indigenous peoples' views on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and bloodborne viruses (BBVs). The project found young people in Townsville value their health and understand the importance of protecting themselves against STIs and BBVs. In addition to including the project outcomes, this poster also includes information on safe sexual practices and encourages youths to have regular sexual health checks.

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Last updated: 27 September 2011
 
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