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SEXIT (Sexual Health Identification Tool) is an evidence-based method developed for youth clinics with the aim that young people who are sexually at risk or vulnerable and/or young people with experience of violence should be identified and offered relevant care and support. By detecting these young people, early interventions can be put in place and the development of serious illness can be prevented. In the project, student health personnel from all over the country will be trained in the method and after they have conducted interviews in accordance with the method, the student health personnel's experiences will be collected through a questionnaire study. Results from the study will form the basis for possible adaptation of the method and inform future implementation strategies. If the outcome of the evaluation indicates that SEXIT is a well-functioning method in student health, additional student health personnel will be trained in the method, in a second stage of the project.

Research Area

  • Vård och hälsovetenskap
  • Hälsovetenskap

Research environment / Institution

  • Övrig forskning
  • Institutionen för hälsovetenskap

Participants University West

Project Participants external

Projektledare - Sofia Hammarström, Kunskapscentrum för sexuell hälsa

Research Partner

  • Kunskapscentrum för sexuell hälsa, VGR
  • Oslo Metropolitan University

Research funding

  • Jämställdhetsmyndigheten

Project time

2023 - 2024