Tools for Practice

Our clinical team has identified protocols, advanced practices, and assessment and evaluation tools to help support your practice.

Sexuality
Breaking the Silence on Cancer and Sexuality: A Handbook for Health Care Professionals
This book is written for health care providers of all kinds – nurses, oncologists, social workers, physiotherapists – to... read more...
Cancer and LGBTQ Communities (Factsheet)
Evidence based information for health care providers on cancer and LGBTQ communities read more...
Sexuality and Aging: Clinical Perspectives
An overview of sexuality among middle-aged and older adults including historical approaches and current research. read more...
Sexuality and Long Term Care: Understanding and Supporting the Needs of Older Adult
The first book to take a person-centered approach to resident sexuality in long-term care that addresses how long-term care... read more...
Sexuality Assessment for Older Adults
Nurses are in an ideal position to assess these normal aging changes, as well as disabling medical conditions and medications,... read more...
Supporting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People with Cancer
With a focus on cancer, this document uses case study examples from the perspective of an LGBT person, to highlight some... read more...
Symptom Management Guideline: Intimacy and Sexuality
This clinical practice guideline discusses contributing factors, consequences, assessment and management of concerns for... read more...
Talking about sex, sexuality and relationships: guidance and standards
Developed in partnership by Together for Short Lives and the Open University Sexuality Alliance, ‘Talking about sex, sexuality... read more...
Woman Cancer Sex
Sexuality is an important part of life; during a cancer illness, sexuality is a real issue for women and their partners. read more...