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A Web-based review of sexual and reproductive health services available at colleges and universities in Georgia

Objective: Although two-thirds of graduating high school seniors attend college or university in the U.S., there is a paucity of national or state specific research regarding SRH services available on or near college and university campuses. Methods: A review of websites for all colleges and univers... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of American college health 2019, Vol.67 (2), p.132-143
Main Author: Cushing, Katherine F.
Other Authors: Carson, Anna E. , Short, Tyiesha D. , Kot, Stefanie N. , Tschokert, Merete , Sales, Jessica M.
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Publisher: United States: Taylor & Francis
ID: ISSN: 0744-8481
Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29652614
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title: A Web-based review of sexual and reproductive health services available at colleges and universities in Georgia
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  • Cushing, Katherine F.
  • Carson, Anna E.
  • Short, Tyiesha D.
  • Kot, Stefanie N.
  • Tschokert, Merete
  • Sales, Jessica M.
subjects:
  • 2 year colleges
  • 4 year colleges and universities
  • Access
  • Adult
  • Campuses
  • College campuses
  • Colleges & universities
  • Community sexual health clinics
  • Computer based
  • Female
  • Georgia
  • Health centres
  • Health facilities
  • Health services
  • Health status
  • Humans
  • Internet
  • Male
  • Referrals
  • Reproductive health
  • Reproductive Health Services - organization & administration
  • Reproductive Health Services - statistics & numerical data
  • Secondary schools
  • Selfassessment
  • Sexual Behavior - statistics & numerical data
  • Sexual health
  • Sexual health services
  • Student Health Services - organization & administration
  • Student Health Services - statistics & numerical data
  • Students - statistics & numerical data
  • United States
  • Universities - statistics & numerical data
  • Web sites
  • Young Adult
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description: Objective: Although two-thirds of graduating high school seniors attend college or university in the U.S., there is a paucity of national or state specific research regarding SRH services available on or near college and university campuses. Methods: A review of websites for all colleges and universities in Georgia was conducted to evaluate sexual health services available on campuses and evidence of referral to community providers. Results: Of 96 colleges in Georgia, 44 had campus-located health centers, with only 3 at two-year colleges. Overall SRH service provision was low, with great variation between colleges. Distances between colleges and Title X clinics ranged from 0.33 to 35.45 miles. Conclusions: Many students lack access to campus health centers, and information on college websites regarding SRH service availability and referrals differs dramatically between campuses. In the absence of robust campus-located services, schools should highlight where students can obtain comprehensive SRH care in the community.
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