Resources for Sexual Health | University Health Service

Resources for Sexual Health | University Health Service

Citation data is made available by participants in CrossRef’s Cited-by Linking service. This PHE aims to evaluate the effectiveness of Project AIM, a group-level intervention designed to reduce HIV risk behaviors in youth ages 11 to 14, when combined with the regular Botswana Skills for Life Curriculum, a standard HIV prevention education curriculum in Botswana schools. Further, nothing in the material should be interpreted as a claim regarding any procedure, protocol, therapy, test, or product. This rotation should provide a variety of experiences ranging from operative, office and clinical practice and emergency room experience. Herpes gladiatorum is a skin infection caused by herpes simplex virus, which causes a rash usually on the head, face, neck, shoulders, arms or trunk. In English and Spanish, information about relationships and dating, contraception, and sexually transmitted infections. Sexuality.org – A site dedicated to healthy sexuality and its positive expression.

Guidance materials included information regarding HSV-2 symptoms, treatment, and prevention. Guttmacher Institute – A wealth of information about sex from one of the premier sexual and reproductive health research and policy institutions in the U.S. History of injury (if any), mechanism of injury—where, when and how. Prevention Watch for any rashes or blisters. Planned Parenthood of Mid and South Michigan – 734-973-0710 – 3100 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. Clinical services including STD and HIV testing, contraception, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and options counseling. See also Birth Control.

Bedsider.org – provides information on birth control methods, e-mail or text birth control reminders, testimonials and more. Occupation. Managing Contraception – describes contraceptives and other reproductive choices for women. UHS Emergency Contraception – How to get emergency contraception and women’s health services at UHS. Planned Parenthood of Mid and South Michigan – 734-973-0710 – 3100 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. Clinical services including STD and HIV testing, contraception, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and options counseling. Not-2-Late – An information source about emergency contraception, with links to local (Ann Arbor) providers.
Resources for Sexual Health | University Health Service

Inspect skin, soft tissue—note swelling, ecchymosis, color and texture of skin, condition of skin, areas of breakdown or skin laceration. AIDS Info  is a service of the US Department of Health and Human Services which provides information on federally approved HIV treatment. AIDS Partnership Michigan  Statewide information about resources, care, local activities and links to other resources. American Social Health Association  provides information STD/HIV. AVERT  An UK-based organization that provides information and resources in the fight against HIV. CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention  Frequently asked questions, up to date information, testing resources, hoaxes and rumors. drawer, Lachman, etc.).

CDC National Prevention Information Network  HIV, STD and TB information site. Gay Men’s Health Crisis  A New York City organization that was among the first to organize to fight against HIV. HIVInsite  is a “gateway to AIDS knowledge” maintained by the University of California at San Francisco. The Body  HIV/AIDS information site. Covers basics for those newly diagnosed. Inspect bone—evaluate joints. UM Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center – Campus resource for survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and sexual harassment.

24-hour crisis line: 734-963-3333 UM Counseling and Psychological Services – Free, confidential services for UM students. SafeHouse Center – Free and confidential services for any person victimized by abuse and who lives or works in Washtenaw County. Programs include counseling, court accompaniment, information and referrals, emergency shelter and personal advocacy. For Men Only: For Male Survivors of Sexual Assault (PDF) – Information and support for men who have been sexually assaulted. Note if patient is skeletally mature or not (are physes open or closed). National Institute of Justice: Sexual Victimization of College Women – Outlines two recent surveys and their results about the sexual victimization of women on US college campuses. National Sexual Violence Resource Center – Informative website with statistics and general information.

Rape Abuse and Incest National Network – Information and link to statistics about sexual assault. Advice on how to help a friend who has been assaulted. UCLA Medical Center Rape Treatment Center – Information and statistics about the impact of rape, date rape drugs, what to do if you are assaulted. Percentage refers to the amount of overriding of one fragment on the other. Famvir A commercial site by Famvir, a herpes suppression therapy drug. Information on talking to your doctor, partners, living with herpes and what to do after a diagnosis. Remember, it is a commercial site and they are selling a product.

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