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xenical onlineThis project is directed towards improving accessibility of sexual health information for women and men who have immigrated to Newfoundland within the last 10 years. It is also aimed at improving service provider responses to those who experience linguistic, literacy, or cultural hurdles.
xenical onlineInformants and supporting staff from partner organizations.
- To gain a better understanding of culturally specific approaches to sexual health.
- To determine how information about sexual health is accessed by members of different cultural communities, and how this access can be improved.
- To open dialogue on sexual health and provide sexual health professionals and educators with improved resources to meet multicultural needs.
- Conduct anonymous written surveys of informants’ experiences in seeking and securing answers to sexual health related questions.
- Evaluate survey responses write interim report.
- Facilitate focus groups with sexual health care providers, educators, and self-appointed informants to discuss results of the study and suggest solutions.
- Write final report, based on results from focus group, and disseminate report to relevant stakeholders.
Conduct feedback survey with participating sexual health service providers and educators 3 months after completion of project to assess if and how the project has brought about improved communications with refugee and immigrant populations.
(to be added)
The Wellness Coalition– Avalon East
Riac’s own resources