The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality

The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality is a medical journal focusing on Canadian Human Sexuality

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 4, Winter

Exposure to and Desire for Sexual Health Education among Urban Youth: Associations with Religion and Other Factors
Abstract: This study utilized data from the Toronto Teen Survey to examine the sexual health topics that respondents had received information about and the topics they did or did not want to learn more about. Given the diverse sample of youth participating...
Findings from the Toronto Teen Survey: A Special Theme Issue of the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality (CJHS)
We are pleased to have findings from the Toronto Teen Survey (TTS) featured in this special theme issue of The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. The TTS Report released in 2009 noted that the survey's goal was "to conduct research that will enrich...
Obstacles to Sexual Health Services for Youth: Service Providers' Perspectives
Abstract: In 2006/2007, the Toronto Teen Survey investigated barriers and facilitators to youth (ages 13 to 18+) access to sexual health services. The results of the surveys were presented to 13 focus groups of 80 service providers (SPs) from 55 agencies...
Predictors of Exposure to Sexual Health Education among Teens Who Are Newcomers to Canada
Abstract: The aim of this component of the Toronto Teen Survey was to explore predictors of access to sexual health education among urban youth with a focus on newcomers to Canada. A total of 1216 teens were surveyed through community-based agencies....
Service Provider Views on Issues and Needs for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth
Abstract: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth require appropriate, effective, and accessible sexual health services. Sexual minority youth living in large urban, multicultural cities have a complex range of service needs. As part of...
Sexual Behaviour Profile of a Diverse Group of Urban Youth: An Analysis of the Toronto Teen Survey
Abstract: The objective of this study was to document the sexual behaviour of an ethno-culturally diverse sample of 1,200 urban youth and to assess the association of their experience of 11 behaviours with such factors as age, gender, immigration,...
Sexual Health Research for and with Urban Youth: The Toronto Teen Survey Story
Abstract: This article provides an overview of the development and implementation of the Toronto Teen Survey (TTS). The TTS was a partnership between Planned Parenthood Toronto and a network of academic researchers. The primary objective of the TTS...