STIs and BBVs
BBIs and BBVs
2017 'Is it like one of those infectious kind of things?' The importance of educating young people about HPV and HPV vaccination at school
The HPV vaccination program in Australia commenced in 2007 for girls and 2013 for boys. Students at school receive little or no education about HPV or HPV vaccination prior to immunisation. This trial conducted an intervention in schools to improve knowledge, psycho-social outcomes and vaccination uptake.
The 6th National Survey of Secondary Students and Sexual Health was carried out in 2018 and involved over 6000 Year 10, 11 and 12 students from the Government, Catholic and Independent school systems from every jurisdiction in Australia.
A four-minute video about the HPV vaccine featuring Australian teenagers.
Provides reproductive and sexual health services throughout Victoria. Includes a section on school programs.
Provides reproductive and sexual health services throughout NSW. Includes a section for teachers.
Check out the Get the Facts 'Laugh and Learn' series of videos on the Get the Facts website. Designed to make young people laugh while they learn about puberty, condoms, BBVs and keeping safe.
5.45min animation showing HIV from point of diagnosis to treatment and how to stay healthy.
Infection Protection is an online sexual health education game for students.
Topics: sex education, conception, reproduction, families, bodies.
Comics and cartoons outlining: similarities and differences between girls and boys, growing up, reproductive organs, how babies are made, what sex is, what is love, same sex attraction, conception, pregnancy, different types of birth, genetics (e.g. hair colour), different kinds of families, keeping safe (consensual touch), HIV (but not other STI/BBVs). A book that parents/teachers can read to younger children, or older children can read themselves.
Age: 7 to 11 years.
Let’s Yarn! has been developed to make it easier for educators, parents and health professionals to talk to young Aboriginal people about ways of developing strong, safe and healthy relationships. The website brings together useful resources developed by WA Health and other government and non-government agencies around Australia.
The People 1st Programme (PIP) supports people with an intellectual disability in human relationships, protective education and sexuality, along with parents, carers and service providers. Services are available in the Perth metropolitan area and regional WA.
Animated slide shows on sexual health topics produced by Queensland Health.
A WA Department of Health interactive game to test teenagers' knowledge of sexual health.
The WA Department of Health - Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program provides sexual health information and resources for the community, health professionals and educators. Funds service providers to deliver free and low cost education sessions, professional development, clinical appointments, testing and treatment.
SHQ provides a comprehensive range of clinical, counselling, educational and training activities around sexual and reproductive health. Services include: STI testing, unplanned pregnancy counselling, contraception counselling, professional development, education sessions. SHQ can partner with your school to deliver RSE sessions on: respectful relationships, diversity in sex, gender and sexual identity, bodies and reproductive systems, safer sex and STIs, contraception, unintended pregnancy, sexting and porn, and more.
Provides reproductive and sexual health services throughout Queensland. Includes a section specific to schools and teachers.
3min 20 sec animation outlining what an STI is, possible symptoms, prevention and treatment.
An Australian website with resources designed for Aboriginal communities in syphilis outbreak areas (and the health professionals and educators working in these areas). Includes information on STIs and BBVs. Animations, videos, factsheets, posters and TV and radio ads. Sign up to their monthly newsletter for news on new resources and emerging topics.
Resource developed for Aboriginal communities with animations and videos of young Aboriginal people yarning about topics such as: getting a check up; STIs; syphilis; HIV; PrEP; testing; etc.
Youth Empowerment Against HIV/AIDS (YEAH) is Australia's largest online and face-to-face engagement connecting young people with sexual health information and supporting young people to take control of their sexual health through participation and leaderships. YEAH deliver peer led workshops/events, train young people to be peer educators and distribute free safe sex kits.