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Resources – Society of Adolescent Health in Uganda
Makerere University College of Health Sciences,
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Resources

A healthy Adolescent, ........A healthy nation

We offer these resources for adolescent, parents and health practitioners in search of health information on some of the most pressing topics facing teens and young adults. The resources provided include relevant web links and research articles.

Although SAHU reviewers have determined that the listed resources and links meet the inclusion criteria, these sites are for viewer interest only; and listing does not constitute an endorsement of any information, product, service, or site sponsor. Nor is SAHMU responsible for any changes in site content subsequent to our site review

Service Providers

The following compilations are intended to provide guidance and resources to adolescent and young adult health care providers and youth serving professionals. They include clinical care guidelines and resources that are free of cost; specific to adolescents or regarding a population which includes adolescents; open access or accessible after the creation of a free login.

Parents

Resources for Parents are online resources aimed specifically at parents. Health care providers and youth serving professionals can offer these additional resources or print a PDF one-page reference sheet to parents looking for additional information, including support groups, peer networks, helplines, treatment locators, and advocacy opportunities.

Adolescents

Resources for Adolescents are online resources aimed specifically at adolescents and young adults. Health care providers and youth serving professionals can offer these additional resources or print a PDF one-page reference sheet to adolescents looking for additional information, including support groups, peer networks, helplines, treatment locators, and advocacy opportunities.