WAS Congress: Submit Your Abstract by June 30th!
Teens Aren't Sure Where to Find Reliable Sex Health Info on the Internet
Dear colleagues from the ISSM,
We would like to welcome you to the next WAS congress that will take place in Mexico City October 12 - 15, 2019.
We will have 40 invited keynote lectures with the most distinguished scholars, clinicians, educators, and activists in our field.
Besides these speakers, we will have more than 60 invited symposia organized by the most prestigious organizations and research centers worldwide, plus more than 800 oral presentations and posters.
Please have a look at the exciting preliminary program here.
We are now opening the last chance to submit a late breaking abstract for posters for those who wish to participate at the major 2019 event in Sexology, Sexual Health and Sexual Rights. The deadline for submitting these abstracts is June 30th. More information on abstract submissions is available here.
Do not miss this opportunity to meet colleagues from all over the world and exchange ideas, practices, and projects.
We look forward to welcoming you in Mexico City.
Alain Giami & Erick Janssen
Chair and Vice-Chair of the WAS Scientific Committee
Adolescents don't always know where or how to find reliable, accessible, up-to-date information about sexual health online, a recent study in Sexually Transmitted Infections reports.
The study also revealed some apprehension among the 49 Scottish teen participants, who were concerned that their search histories and computer usage would be monitored by others and that they might inadvertently access pornography.
Find out what else the teens had to say.