The sexual health of Maori secondary school students in New Zealand

Terryann Clark PhD, MPH, RcPN

Māori youth are disproportionately affected by poor sexual health outcomes compared to their Non-Māori peers. This presentation will describe the sexual health behaviours of Māori youth and their access to sexual health services from a nationally representative youth health survey. Secondary analysis was conducted with Māori participants in the New Zealand health and wellbeing surveys of secondary school students aged 12-18 years in 2007.

 

2011 Australasian Sexual Health Conference 'Sex in the City', recorded in September 2011 Canberra, Australia.

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Terryann Clark PhD, MPH, RcPN

Terryann Clark is a nurse with a range of clinical and academic experience. She works as a senior lecturer and is chair of the Adolescent Health Research Group at the University of Auckland, NZ. She comes from Taitokerau and has Ngapuhi whakapapa (ancestry). Terryann's research interests lie in resilience, youth health (including mental health and sexual health), disability, population health, Maori and indigenous youth health issues.

Co-authors: The Adolescent Health Research Group, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
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