DOI: 10.15343/0104-7809.20194303601621
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Abstract: There are few empirical studies on the teaching of human sexuality in medical curricula, lacking in knowledge of how sexuality is taught, what content is used and how it is offered. The emergence of sexuality for a significant portion of university students occurs in college, which increases the importance of sexual education for this group, even though it constitutes only a small portion of our younger population. This is especially important for health students who should address the issue with their future … Show more

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