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Safer Sex, the new resource from Contraception Education, is an interactive video (or DVD)and learning package for Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) in Schools, Colleges and Young People's organisations. This comprehensive interactive resource comprises a video, (or DVD) and a learning package of supplementary learning activites and discussion triggers, developed by Contraception Education. The package is very open and honest, raising awareness and giving facts about safer sex, and what to do or where to go if you have had unprotected sex. Places to go for help and advice are shown, for example Brook and GUM clinics. The package raises issues and stimulates discussion about making healthy choices,preventing pregnancy, reliable methods of contraception, how to avoid sexually transmitted infection, options from both young people's and health professionals' perspectives. Safer Sex the video/DVD features interviews with a community gynaecologist, outreach workers and young men and women. A young mum who had her first baby at 15 talks openly about her experience. Peer educators from the Black Health Agency in Manchester share their views. Young people comment about their knowledge of STI's. Groundbreaking aspects of this video are the drama sequences which demonstrate how to negotiate condom use, how to practise using a condom demonstrator and how to introduce condoms into a sexual relationship. The learning package's activities and discussion topics pick up on all of the issues raised in the video, enabling attitude exploration as well as testing of vital safer sex knowledge.
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Your evaluation of this resource is very welcome.About the Author:
Barbara Hastings-Asatourian invented a prototype of Contraception the Board Game® in 1990 and in 2001 set up Contraception Education Limited initially as a vehicle for distributing this game.
She is the Managing Director of Contraception Education and Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing at the University of Salford. She has considerable experience in this field, having worked as a nurse, midwife, health visitor and teacher/lecturer. This has included working with teenage parents, developing parenting skills, sex and relationship education in school, delivering maternity care and parentcraft education to young parents. In education she has incorporated sex and relationship education into her programmes. Her sex education resources include Contraception the Board Game, Contraception the Computer Game, Safer Sex Interactive Learning Resource and two Demonstration Kits.
Barbara is committed to equality and diversity, and has been widely cited from her MSc Dissertation, Single White Female, which was published by the Race Relations Research Unit in 2000 as Gatekeeping Inequity. She now teaches Community, Public Health and Sexual Health Studies, including Family Planning and Reproductive Sexual Health Education at the University of Salford, and in her leisure time teaches Pilates and BodyBalance, presents at conventions for Fitpro and Multitrax, writes for a number of fitness industry journals and produces learning materials for advanced instructor modules.
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