STI rates are on the rise, but this isn’t an unsolvable problem. In fact, a good place to start addressing STIs, while also normalizing discussions of sexual health and reducing STI stigma is for doctors to offer their patients STI testing whenever lab work is drawn.
Whether you’re a sex educator or someone advocating for your own healthcare, having access to scientific and medical journals can be an important part of getting the latest and most accurate information, but paywalls often get in the way. Here’s a guide to help you access the resources and information you need!
Most doctors receive only around 8 hours of sex education in medical school, something that about 40%-60% of medical students find inadequate.