The workshops at Safe Healthy Strong fall into at least one of four tracks.
Sex Outside the City
These workshops address sexuality education happening in non-metropolitan areas - including suburban and rural areas. They may address particular needs and realities of populations residing outside of urban centers. Workshops may also explore disparities in health outcomes, equity, and access to sexual and reproductive health care and education faced by individuals residing in non-metropolitan areas.
- May I Kiss You? A Workshop on Consent in Rural Communities
- Reducing STIs Through Sexual Health Education
- Safe Dates: Peer Education in the Land of Enchantment
- Trans Health Care
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) Health
Workshops in this track address the unique needs of LGBTQ youth, adults and elders. Presenters will discuss programming developed specifically for LGBTQ communities or suggest ways to tailor curricula to be inclusive of all gender identities and sexual orientations.
- Addressing Barriers to the Integration of Routine HIV Screening
- Dimensions and Interactions of Diversity: Realities in Cross Cultural Healthcare Amongst Providers and Between Providers and Patients
- LGBTQIA2 Inclusivity for Health Care Providers
- Do Black (Gay) Lives Really Matter?
- Safe Dates: Supporting Healthy LGBTQ Teen Relationships
Emerging Practices in Health Communication
These sessions highlight projects or programs using innovative ways to present sexual and reproductive health information such as through film, drama/performance, radio, social media, art, writing/journaling, blogs, etc.
- 414ALL: Peer-to-Peer Sex Ed
- Adolescent Financial Literacy…So Much More than Money!
- Gaming Sex (Education)
- Graphic Content: Lessons from Not Your Mother’s Meatloaf
- Pro-Voice 101: Abortion and Ethical Storytelling
- Sex and a Sandwich
- Sex IS an Independent Living Skill
- Take it like a Man: Strategies In Combating Societal Pressures Young Men Face Growing Up
Supporting Healthy Sexuality in Health Care Settings
These workshops are specifically tailored for individuals working in any capacity in a health care field, and may include topics such as ways to enhance provider/patient communication, updates and best practices in sexual and reproductive health, health literacy and related topics.
- Asking Tough Questions: The Sexual Health History
- Expedited Partner Therapy: The What, When, Why and How for Health Care Providers
- I’m Too Young For This: Body Image and Sexual Health Challenges in Young Women With Breast Cancer
- PrEP: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Prevention
- Teen Sexual Abuse: What Professionals Need to Know for Prevention and Response
- Youth Voice: Building Youth Adult Partnerships
- Connecting the Dots Between Mental Health and Healthy Sexuality for African American Youth
- Prevalence, Rates, Statistics, Oh My! Making Sense of Public Health Data
- What To Do With All this Text: Skill-Building to Demystify Qualitative Analysis