References & Bibliography

Some of the references to articles and publications consulted during the eight year development of

Partial Bibliography for Sexplained: Sex & your health by Helen J. Knox

PLEASE NOTE: ALL of these items were accessed prior to publication, which occurred on 1st Feb 2013. NOT, as some dates suggest, after publication.  That was merely when they were added to the bibliography by a 3rd party. Furthermore, this list should read alphabetically, by topic, but was not compiled as hoped. To find references relating to particular conditions/topics, please do a page search in the usual way for your particular browser. I apologise for this inconvenience.

More references will be added, separately, at a later date, to complete the reading list that was used, covering articles for the list that the 3rd party did not compile.

 

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AFRICAN HIV POLICY NETWORK (2010) Good Sex, Bad Sex, The African Way. London: AHPN.

 

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV (2001) National Guideline on the Management of Balanitis. [Online]. Available from:  www.bashh.org/documents/49/49.pdf. [Accessed 19/07/13].

 

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BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV (2002) 2002 National Guideline for the Management of Bacterial Vaginosis. London:
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BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR SEXUAL HEALTH AND HIV (2012)Management of Vaginal Discharge in Non-Genitourinary Medicine Settings. London: Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

 

44.

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BROOK (2012) Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool. London: Brook.

 

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CARTER M. and MCLAY D. (2007) IAS: Circumcision may be acceptable to some gay men, but study says no value for HIV prevention. [Online]. Available from:  http://www.aidsmap.com/IAS-Circumcision-may-be-acceptable-to-some-gay-men-but-study-says-no-value-for-HIV-prevention/page/1427982/. [Accessed 19/07/13].

 

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