Quick Conference Planning Guide & Schedule

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Quick Conference Planning Guide & Schedule
Quick Planning Guide to the Conference Concurrent Sessions
The full session descriptions and information about the presenters is posted on our conference website
http://guelphsexualityconference.ca/guelph-sexuality-conference/concurrent-sessions-2015/
Thursday June 18th, 2015
7:45 am
8:45 am
Networking Breakfast
Welcome
9:00 am
Panel Presentation: Stories of Our Bodies
10:30 am
Hospitality Break
10:45am
Concurrent Sessions Block A
STI Stream
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-4
A-5
A-6
A-7
A-8
A-9
Syphilis Case Studies from the Front Line (Theresa Lui)
Reproduction Gone Awry: Body, Sex and Soul (Jan Silverman, Sheri Kreiger, Sandy Fainer and Debbie
Garshon)
Sexual Consent: Research and Educational Policy (Terry Humphreys, Chelsea Kilimnik, and Raymond
McKie)
Defining Sex-Positivity: Personally and Professionally (Ruth Neusifter & Lisa Powell)
The Missing Pieces of the Female Genital Anatomy Puzzle : An Integral Perspective On Embodied
Pleasure and Health (Sheri Winston)
Beyond the Colonial Divide: Alliance Building Between African Diasporic and Indigenous Communities in
HIV Prevention (Ciann Wilson)
Community Approaches to Healthy Bodies and Sex (Jennifer Davies and Kate McIntyre)
Straight Talk: Findings and Lessons Learned from a Pilot Needs Assessment Program for Heterosexual
Asian Men Who Have Sex with Men in Toronto, ON, Canada (Christian Hui, Richard Utama, Noulmook
Sutdhibhasilp)
Research Briefs #1: The Use of Story Personal Experiences and Stories in Studying Sexuality
Two Lunch Options for delegates
12:15 pm
Lunch on your own. Poster Presentations begin at 12:45 pm
University of Guelph hospitality services is a cash only service.
12:15 pm
STI Stream
Test Your Contraception IQ – Dr. Carrie Ferguson, SOGC
1:30 pm
Concurrent Sessions Block B
STI Stream
B-1
B-2
Optional Lunch with Speaker – Pre-purchase ticket through registration process
Everyone Welcome - Extra fee of $20.00 per person
3:00 pm
STI Updates: gonorrhea rates, resistance and remedies (Vanessa Allen)
Glitter Matters: The Magic of Co-creation Alongside Youth in HIV Programming (Tumaini Lyaruu, Sarah
Switzer, & Empower Youth) AND It's Not Just About Sex: Sexuality and Reproductive Health Education
for Individuals with Disabilities (Sarah Yantzi)
B-3
Our Bodies. Whose Politics? (Khaleda Ebrahimi and Irene Tsepnopoulos-Elhaimer)
B-4
Desirability as Resistance: Reading Disability Differently (Kaleigh Trace)
B-5
Sex Yourself: Tips on Making Masturbation Enticing, Worthwhile, and Exciting for Your Clients (Caryle
Jansen)
B-6
Non-Binary 101: Bodies and Beings (Lynx Sainte-Marie)
B-7
The Sex We Desire: The Liberating Potential of New Biomedical Strategies for HIV Prevention for Both
HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Gay Men (Ed Jackson, San Patten, Barry Adam, & Marc-André LeBlanc)
B-8
Why should we be talking to kids about sexual health? ( Jennifer Katz)
B-9
Research Briefs #2: Sexuality, Medicalization, and the Body
Hospitality Break
3:15 – 4:45 pm
Carla Rice
5:30 –7:00 pm
Student Delegate Social – join us for delicious appetizers, tasty local beer and great conversation. Preregister
in order to receive your free drink ticket!
7:00 pm
The $5 Social at NV Lounge in Downtown Guelph
Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph
This schedule is current however it is subject to change
[email protected]penEd.uoguelph.ca
Friday June 19th, 2015
8:00 am
9:00 am
9:15 am
10:30 am
10:45 am
Networking Breakfast
Welcome
Concurrent Sessions Block C
C-1 Childhood Sexual Abuse and It's Effects on Long Term Relationships (Lisa Powell)
C-2 Liberation, Uniforms, and Transgender Grass Roots in the North (Vincent Bolt, Darlyn
Hansen, and Rita Olink)
C-3 For It’s Own Sake: An Examination of the Nuances and Challenges of Consent Creation
(Heather Elizabeth & JP Robichaud)
C-4 Global HPV Vaccination Campaigns: Controversy & Stigma, Health & Education ( Jennifer
Katz)
C-5 An Integrated Approach to Treating Pelvic Health Conditions in Males ( Adrienne
Bairstow, Angelique Montano-Bresolin, and Jaisa Sulit)
C-6 Celebrating the Body, the Self and Sexuality after Sexual Harm ( Joanne Lee Kelly)
C-7 Research Briefs #3: Bisexual and Queer Women Experiences
Hospitality Break
3:00 pm
Concurrent Sessions Block D
D-1 Adapting Sex Ed Language for Diverse Genders, Bodies, and Sexualities ( Andreas
Mertens & Kimberly Wong)
D-2 The Secret Ingredient in Effective Sex and Relationship Violence Prevention ( Emily
Nagoski)
D-3 From Under the Prayer Rug: Sexual Health from an Islamic Perspective ( Nadiah Mohajir
& Sameera Qureshi)
D-4 Challenging cis-centrism: toward inclusive sexual health counselling and HIV/STI testing
for trans* and genderqueer clients ( Rahim Thawer & Erin MacMillan)
D-5 Beyond the Birds and the bees: Supporting Sexuality and Healthy Relationships for
People with Developmental Disabilities ( Becky Van Tassel & Emily Ophus)
D-6 Ecstatic Pleasures / Deep Shame — Unraveling the Dark Fantasies that Turn You On
(Barbara Morris)
D-7 Research Briefs #4: Sexuality Attitudes and Education
Lunch on your own. Poster Presentations begin at 12:45 pm
Concurrent Sessions Block E
E-1 Texting-Based Sexual Health Initiative: SextEd, A Case Study (Iradele Plante, Andreas
Mertens, & Kimberly Wong) AND Guinness Work Record Testing Event (Christopher
Blain and Joshua Poynter)
E-2 Raising Sexually Healthy Children: Peer Parent Leadership Training in AfricanCanadian Communities (Anda Li, Menbere Gabreselassie, Khadiga Abdelrhman, Fowsiya
Nur, Adey Bekele, & Christine Kangabe)
E-3 Ontario's New Health Curriculum: “It’s More Than Just “Sex Ed.” (Heather Gardner)
E-4 Sex Work & The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act (Morgan Thorne)
E-5 Eating Disorders and Sexuality - Getting Your Mojo Back (Lyba Spring)
E-6 Crossing the Invisible Fence : Theorizing barriers to youth sexual health education from
classroom to community (Ciann Wilson, Sarah Switzer and Melissa Cobbler)
E-7 Moving Beyond Words: Embodied Sex Ed Games ( Karen B. K. Chan & Brigid Tierney)
Hospitality Break
3:15 – 4:45 pm
Buck Angel
4:45 pm
Good-Bye
12:15 pm
1:30 pm
Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph
This schedule is current however it is subject to change
[email protected]