What is it about?
In this study, we conducted individual interviews with Hispanic women to explore their sexual health concerns and identify the roles they see campus-based health clinics playing in addressing these issues. Study findings suggest a need for health providers to provide sexual health skills that empower Hispanic women, the importance of creating a sense of comfort and trust with the health provider, and illustrating respect for cultural values.
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Why is it important?
Although the number of Hispanic women attending postsecondary institutions has significantly increased in the past decade, knowledge about their use of campus health services to address sexuality-related issues remains low. Increased information about this population is crucial given that sexual health indicators have shown Hispanic women in college to be at a greater risk for negative sexual health outcomes compared with their white counterparts.
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This page is a summary of: Hispanic Women's Expectations of Campus-Based Health Clinics Addressing Sexual Health Concerns, American Journal of Sexuality Education, July 2011, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/15546128.2011.601953.
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