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Our Mission To produce and disseminate knowledge and resources that address the impact of gender on health and well-being, promote healthy sexuality, and reduce sexual and reproductive health disparities.
"ISSWSH is a multidisciplinary, academic, and scientific organization whose purposes are: To provide opportunities for communication among scholars, researchers, and practitioners about women's sexual function and sexual experience; To support the highest standards of ethics and professionalism in research, education, and clinical practice of women's sexuality, and; To provide the public with accurate information about women's sexuality and sexual health"
"SSSS is a non-profit professional membership organization. ... Membership of the Society includes anthropologists, biologists, educators, historians, nurses, physicians, psychologists, sociologists, theologians, therapists, and many other disciplines."
"The Society for Sex Therapy and Research is composed of a broad range of professionals who have clinical or research interests in human sexual concerns. SSTAR's goals are to facilitate communications among clinicians who treat problems of sexual function, sexual identity, and reproductive life, and to provide a forum for exchange of ideas between those interested in research in human sexuality and those whose primary activities are patient care."
Hyattsville, Md. : U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, 2016
Useful Library of Congress Subject Headings
To get a sense of what we might have on the topic of sexuality education, try a "SUBJECT begins with" search in Library Catalog using one of
the sample Library of Congress Subject Headings listed below:
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