Navigating Sexual Health
with your patients
Find the essential sexual health questions to ask adults and adolescents at least annually, plus additional questions you can ask to get more information.
Preventive services are a key element to improving and protecting sexual health. Find out which your patients should be getting, and which they shouldn't be.
Sex can be difficult to discuss, but many patients want to talk about it with you. Get tips for ensuring a productive sexual health conversation with your patients.
See here for general information about recommended screening tests, including their sensitivity and specificity.
A Provider's Guide can help healthcare providers better integrate sexual health conversations and recommended preventive services into routine visits with adolescents and adults.
Not always ready to answer questions about sexual health? See sample responses to common questions so you can include all the important elements in your answers.
School and family connections in adolescence has been linked to positive health outcomes in adulthood. Connectedness at school and in the family refers to a sense that the adolescent is cared for, supported, and belongs to their respective communities. This article, written by Variety Care, will give tips for Healthcare providers and families on how to promote connectedness.
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