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Cervical Screening – Program change (Cancer Council)

Cervical Screening – Under 25 (Cancer Council)

Cervical Screening – Over 25 (Cancer Council)

Cervical Screening Program (National Department of Health)

Consent – National Condom Day 2020

Julia and Jeff answer common questions about consent for National Condom Day 2020

Sex and the law (WA Department of Health)

Part of the Be Safe Stay Well series.

Condoms – National Condom Day 2020

Julia and Jeff answer common questions about condoms for National Condom Day 2020.

Let’s Talk about Contraception

Let’s talk about LARC’s (Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives)

How to Put on a Condom (The YEP Project)

Pleasure – National Condom Day 2020

Julia and Jeff answer common questions about pleasure for National Condom Day 2020

Importance of safe sex (WA Department of Health)

Part of the Be Safe Stay Well series.

Stay Safe You Mob (WA Department of Health)

Let’s yarn about syphilis

An educational video discussing Syphilis.

STI testing – National Condom Day 2020

Julia and Jeff answer common questions about STI testing for National Condom Day 2020

Visiting SHQ for an STI Test

Testing is easier than you think (Filmed for Men’s Health Week 2019)

How to Get an STI Test (The YEP Project & SHQ)

Discussing STIs (WA Department of Health)

Part of the Be Safe Stay Well series.

What you need to know about Hepatitis B (WA Department of Health)

Contact tracing in regional and remote areas (WA Department of Health)

Nuts and Bolts of Sexual Health

Our educators talk about the Nuts and Bolts of Sexual Health training.

YOUR Health (SiREN case study)

In this case study video Bianca from HepatitisWA talks about the YOUR Health program. YOUR Health is an education program that aims to equip young people with the skills and knowledge they need to make positive choices about their sexual and mental health, relationships, and blood-borne virus risk. The program is a partnership between HepatitisWA, Peer Based Harm Reduction WA, SHQ, and the WA AIDS Council.

SHQ Interviews Angela Cooney

Megan Elias speaks with Changes – the Challenge Program

Megan Elias speaks with Jimmy Cangy from the City of Swan

Health service costs (WA Department of Health)

Part of the Be Safe Stay Well series.

Young Deadly Free

Young Deadly Free have a YouTube channel of videos raising awareness and educating about STIs and other health information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Click here to see their videos.