Saskatchewan has trained more than 1,000 family doctors for Saskatchewan and Canada.Our alumni boast a high quality medical education, and are confident to practice in family medicine anywhere in Saskatchewan, nationally, and in the world.The Department of Family Medicine at the College of Medicine in the University of Saskatchewan promotes high quality health care by encouraging and supporting high standards of medical education at all levels.
We develop and evaluate programs, resources and training materials for educators and other front-line professionals who work with youth. All CBC/Radio-Canada platforms are open to people of every age, race, religion, sex, ethnic origin and sexual orientation. In addition, we regularly solicit Your Content on various topics for programs and stories, blogs, contests and many other types of interactive engagement. We want your engaging photos and videos that capture breaking news and/or compelling stories.Assess individual, family, and community expectations for dating.Examine how family, cultural, and community expectations influence decisions of setting limits and agreeing to them early in romantic relationships.In particular, we work with schools to promote the neglected R (for relationships) and help build this Fourth R in school climates.Fourth R initiatives use best practice approaches to target multiple forms of violence, including bullying, dating violence, peer violence, and group violence.Parents/guardians and families are the first and most influential sexuality educators of their children; yet, many young people report that they need additional guidance, and parents, public health professionals, and medical and social service providers support the implementation of comprehensive programs in schools. Systematic review of abstinence-plus HIV prevention programs in high-income countries. APHA calls on federal, state, and local governments and the nation’s K–12 schools, in concert with families, community groups, and health care professionals, to implement effective sexuality education programs that are developmentally and culturally appropriate; foster equality and respect; support the elimination of health disparities, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence; and are based on sound science and proven principles of instruction. By building healthy school environments we provide opportunities to engage students in developing healthy relationships and decision-making to provide a solid foundation for their learning experience. Annie Abram on her weekly online radio show Relationships Matter discussing how to help adolescents understand what a “healthy relationship” is.Increasing youth relationship skills and targeting risk behaviour with a harm reduction approach empowers adolescents to make healthier decisions about relationships, substance use and sexual behaviour. Read More Susan Dale, Program Development and Implementation Coordinator, CAMH Centre for Prevention Science joined co-workers Shanna Burns, Mike Cywink and Zach Ramsey for the Uniting our Nations Cultural Leadership Day Camp - an inspiring day with a group of First Nations, Métis and Inuit secondary school students from the Thames Valley District School Board.Specific Expectations Evaluate and respond to a variety of sources of, and information about, romantic relationships Interpret how community and cultural norms might influence the personal standards (introduced in Grade 6) and the limits one sets for dating relationships.Determine how community and cultural norms might influence the strategies of personal commitment (introduced in Grade 7) required to set limits in healthy dating relationships.Eliminating such health disparities is a priority for APHA. It’s All One Curriculum: Guidelines and Activities for a Unified Approach to Sexuality, Gender, HIV, and Human Rights Education. Interventions to reduce sexual risk for human immunodeficiency virus in adolescents: a meta-analysis of trials, 1985–2008.