In episode 4, Dr Kirstin Mitchell talks to Dr Karen Lorimer at the Natsal-3 symposium held in Edinburgh about sexual functioning findings from the Natsal-3. You can subscribe to these podcasts on iTunes.
An educational resource about unintended teenage pregnancy aimed at young men has been developed by a research team at Queen’s University Belfast and the Medical Research Council’s Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Glasgow. The resource, entitled ‘If I were
Formative research exploring the feasibility of developing a novel Internet-based approach to proactive screening of young heterosexual men for Chlamydia trachomatis Karen Lorimer (Glasgow Caledonian University) Lisa McDaid (MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow) Online social
http://www.mediator.qub.ac.uk/ms/VP/DrKLorimer1Mb.mp4 On 11th June 2013, Dr Karen Lorimer gave a lecture at Queen’s University Belfast on the topic of ‘Involving Young People in Improving the Sexual Health of the Population’. This talk was part of QUB’s Sexual and Reproductive Health