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Sense and sexuality: a support pack for addressing the issue of sexual health with young people in youth work settings.

Conclusion: 
This support pack aims to provide youth organisations with a comprehensive framework to address the issue of sexual health among young people. It was designed to be used by youth organisations in developing their sexual health practice and policy and for use alongside the accompanying training programme which can be accessed through the National Youth Health Programme.
Aim: 
To address the issues of sexual health with young people in youth work settings.
Subject Matter: 
Year: 
2004
Author: 
Mc Grory, S. & Monaghan, L.
Category: 
Models and tools
Length: 
93 pages
Methodology: 
The structure and content of the pack was developed by consultation with key informants from both the youth work sector and the Health Services Sector. A number of one-to-one meetings and interviews were held with key informants and 2 national ‘Think Tank’ events were held in order to present and agree the format and framework for the Pack. The training element of the initiative was piloted in two locations with workers representing a broad range of youth organisations.
Citation: 
Mc Grory, S., & Monaghan, L. (2004). Sense and sexuality: a support pack for addressing the issue of sexual health with young people in youth work settings. National Youth Council of Ireland.
Publication Type: 
Support pack
Keywords: 
n/a
Participants: 
Key informants representing the youth work sector and the Health Services Sector (not specified).
Full title: 
Sense and sexuality: a support pack for addressing the issue of sexual health with young people in youth work settings.