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What’s on at SHQ – September

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SHQ supports marriage equality   As a pro-choice organisation, SHQ advocates for the removal of barriers that discriminate based on gender, identity or sexual orientation. We support everyone’s right to marry and have their relationship recognised, just as we support everyone’s choice of partner/s. It’s time to end marriage discrimination, and its negative health consequences […]

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What’s new at SHQ! New research, teacher training, Pap test updates and more!

By : on : March 2, 2017 comments : (0)

RELATE Have you heard about RELATE? RELATE is an innovative and dynamic Respectful Relationship Education program that aims to provide teachers and students with comprehensive, evidence-based, good practice sessions that promote respectful relationships and sexual health using a whole school approach.  Written by WA teachers and sexual health education experts, it is linked to the […]

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Ten Top Tips About Condoms!

By : on : February 14, 2017 comments : (0)

What better day to post a blog about condoms, than on National Condom Day! Condoms are around 98% effective when used correctly, but more realistically their effectiveness decreases to around 82% in the real world due to human error. New research shows that young people often feel over-confident about their condoms skills, although they often […]

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Celebration ideas for National Condom Day 2017

By : on : February 7, 2017 comments : (0)

The countdown is on – seven days until National Condom Day is here! Now is the time to make plans around how to celebrate, or activities to host, during the next week. Stuck for ideas? Keep reading! Create an interesting summer/sexual health themed display in your workplace, school or community i.e. window displays, posters on […]

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Hormonal contraception and depression – A statement by Family Planning Australia Alliance

By : on : October 25, 2016 comments : (0)

Hormonal contraception and depression: outcomes and implications of new study. A statement by Family Planning Australia Alliance   A study recently published in JAMA Psychiatry linking hormonal contraception with depression has provoked significant media interest and may raise concerns among women using, or thinking of using, hormonal contraceptives. While an association has been found between hormonal […]

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