Items where SHU Author is "Hirst, Julia"
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FORMBY, Eleanor (2014). The emotional health and wellbeing of young people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans. In: TOD, Angela and HIRST, Julia, (eds.) Health and inequality: applying public health research to policy and practice. Abingdon, Routledge, 62-71.
HIRST, Julia (2012). It's got to be about enjoying yourself: young people, sexual pleasure,and sex and relationships education. Sex Education: sexuality, society and learning, 13 (4), 423-436.
OWEN, J., CARROLL, C., COOKE, J., FORMBY, E., HAYTER, M., HIRST, J., LLOYD JONES, M., STAPLETON, H., STEVENSON, M. and SUTTON, A. (2010). School-linked sexual health services for young people (SSHYP): a survey and systematic review concerning current models, effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and research opportunities. Health technology assessment, 14 (30).
FORMBY, E., HIRST, J., OWEN, J., HAYTER, M. and STAPLETON, H. (2010). 'Selling it as a holistic health provision and not just about condoms ?' Sexual health services in school settings: current models and their relationship with sex and relationships education policy and provision. Sex education, 10 (4), 423-435.
FORMBY, E., HIRST, J. and WILLIS, B. (2009). Socialising and sexual health: an evaluation of the needs of gay, bisexual men and men who have sex with men (MSM) in Sheffield. Project Report. Sheffield, Centre for HIV and Sexual Health.
HIRST, J. (2008). Developing sexual competence? Exploring strategies for the provision of effective sexualities and relationships education. Sex education, 8 (4), 399-413.
HIRST, J., FORMBY, E. and OWEN, J. (2006). Pathways into parenthood: reflections from three generations of teenage mothers and fathers. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.
HIRST, J. (2004). Researching young people's sexuality and learning about sex: experience, need, and sex and relationship education. Culture, health and sexuality, 6 (2), 115-129.
HIRST, Julia (2001). Identity, discourse and practice : a qualitative case study of young people and their sexuality. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.