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Spread of infection: sexually transmitted infections

Description: Sexually transmitted infections are on the increase, particularly amongst the young adult population. This section aims to teach students how sexual activity can lead to the spread of microbes and disease. Students observe how easily potentially harmful microbes can transfer to the people you care about without either of you knowing.

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Spread of infection: sexually transmitted infections

can do to protect themselves against STIs. Most students will: understand that non-barrie....

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Senior Schools-Curriculum Scottish

2.3. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Programme of study SCN 3 - 13b SCN 3 - 20b (2.3)   HWB 3 - 15a HWB 3 - 16a ....

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Curriculum English

2.3. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Sc1: 1a – 1c, 2a – 2pSc2: 2n 2f, 3k, 4e, 4g 1f – 1h, 2a – c, 3a....

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Chlamydia Evaluation

asked to teach their regular lesson on STIs while Intervention schools will be asked to teach their regular lesson on STIs followed by the Chlamydia ....

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Young adult

Antibiotics and STIs Antibiotics and alcohol Test your knowledge in our true or fals....

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Young adult

advice / Antibiotics and STIs Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) caused by bacteria can be treated with antibiotics. The two most c....

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Student website

quiz, information on antibiotics & STIs, and antibiotics & alcohol. Information on travel vaccines, flu vaccines, the Meningitis ACYW vaccine....

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Young adult

hepatitis B and antibiotic resistant STIs are now common in other countries. In the UK, the childhood vaccination programme   protects you ag....

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