The Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN) is a national
registered charitable organization founded in 1964 to foster professional
education and public knowledge about sexuality and sexual health. SIECCAN
works with health professionals, educators, and community organizations
to ensure that all Canadians have access to high quality sexual health
information, education and related health and social services.
What We Do: Highlights from 2012 - 2013
|The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality (CJHS) published since 1992, is the scholarly, peer-reviewed journal of the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN). The journal publishes articles from a variety of disciplines related to the study of human sexuality. The journal prioritizes the publication of scholarship addressing the sexuality and sexual and reproductive health of Canadians. However, articles from other countries are also welcomed. CJHS publishes quantitative and qualitative research reports, brief reports, literature reviews, theoretical essays, scholarly commentaries, historical essays, book/media reviews, and letters to the editor. For subscription information and how to submit a manuscript, please visit the journal's homepage.|
Trojan Sexual Health Division, Church & Dwight Canada 2014 Unrestricted Resource Development Grant
SIECCAN is pleased to acknowledge the renewal of an unrestricted resource development grant to SIECCAN for 2014. This grant provides essential support for SIECCAN's work. SIECCAN is also pleased to have recently collaborated with Trojan on the development of the Trojan/SIECCAN Sexual Health Study and the We Know Sex website (www.weknowsex.ca).
the Research, SIECCAN's monthly feature on the Society of Obstetricians
and Gynecologists of Canada's (SOGC) award winning sexualityandu.ca
website covers a broad range of sexuality and sexual health topics. With
over 40 PDF's available, CTR is ideal for students or health professionals
who want to keep up-to-date on current research on a wide-range of sexuality
issues. SIECCAN thanks our colleagues at SOGC and the Foundation for the
Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health for their support of CTR.