We had such a great time at Camosun College campuses celebrating Sexual and Reproductive Health Week! Special thanks to Camosun College Students Society who are always supportive and especially all of you awesome people who stopped by our tables to chat, play some trivia, pick up some safer sex supplies and share how you Be Your Own Bae. Don’t forget that our clinics are always available to help you BYOB.
Jennifer Gibson MA, is the Coordinator of Community Education Services. She is a professional sexual health educator whose knowledge, sense of humour, enthusiasm, and comfort level give her the unique ability to make sexual health education accessible and easy to relate to.
Beginning on Sunday, February 12th, 2012, it’s National Sexual and Reproductive Health week. The theme this year is “Not everything has to go viral” intended to be a great way to combine society’s relationships with social media and sexual and reproductive health awareness. ISHS will be participating by facebooking and tweeting to offer interesting, educational, and maybe even…
Although Implanon insertion is not currently available in Canada, we are able to offer removal of Implanon for existing users by appointment only at our Fort Street clinic. Implanon removals are done using local anesthetic usually in a single appointment. If users are wanting to discuss other birth control options, another appointment may be required. When…
Free sexuality, gender and social media workshop on March 1st for parents, caregivers and allies of youth.
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Tubal ligation is a permanent form of birth control for females. “Make an appointment”:/about/contact/ to discuss tubal ligation with a clinic physician or nurse.