The biennial SEXrurality Conference is coordinated by the CERSH as part of our mandate to improve sexual health and well-being in rural Victoria. This includes providing strategic leadership and advocacy, and working in partnership with rural communities, networks and agencies to address the inequities that exist in our settings.
The SEXrurality Conference aims to provide a forum for the presentation of high quality professional practice and research papers on sexual and reproductive health in rural settings. The conference also aims to encourage growth in the capacity of rural practitioners and early career researchers in the confident presentation of their work.
See below for summaries of the past conferences, along with highlights clips and speaker presentations.