It’s Get Yourself Tested and Get Yourself Talking Week! In support of GYT week and Sexually Transmitted Disease Awareness Month, IU Health Center and the Sexual Health Advocacy Group (SHAG) are partnering with Community Capacity for Prevention and Education (CCPE) Substance Abuse and HIV Prevention Project, and with Positive Link to provide HIV testing on campus. The testing… Read more »
The application period for 2017-18 Peer Health and Wellness Educators (PHWEs) is open March 1 through April 1. IU Health Center’s PHWE program trains student leaders to work on a variety of health and wellness programs that focus on five main areas of health outreach: Alcohol and Drug Awareness Nutrition Education Tobacco Cessation Sexual Health Promotion Stress Management PHWE… Read more »
Are you curious about how different types of condoms feel, but don’t want to buy an entire box to experiment with? Have you ever wanted to try lubricant, but had no idea what kind to purchase? At Cupcakes and Condoms, a sexual and reproductive health event for all students, we’ll help you with these questions, as well as… Read more »
College students love to talk about sex, but as soon as they have a serious question about it – the talking stops. Sure, Google can direct you to topics ranging from common STI symptoms to the most popular sex positions for 2017, but there are some questions that Cosmo, or even WebMD, can’t answer. As… Read more »
Congrats to our Peer Health & Wellness Educator team and IU Health Center’s sexual health educator and program coordinator, Aran Mordoh. They received second place in this week’s School of Public Health public service announcement contest! Here’s their winning video!
The week of November 28-December 2, IU Health Center will partner with the Community Capacity for Prevention and Education (CCPE) Substance Abuse and HIV Prevention Project for Get Yourself Tested Week, which includes free, confidential HIV testing at the IMU Health and Wellness Center (Indiana Memorial Union, room M005). Testing will occur daily from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. There is no blood… Read more »