Listen to Trigger Warnings and Sex Education48:325 December 2021

Victoria Bridgland, a PhD Candidate at the College of Education, Psychology, and Social Work at Flinders University, unpacks the effectiveness of trigger warnings; Giselle Woodley, a PhD Candidate and researcher under the School of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University, canvasses the importance of sex education amongst teenagers; and the team discuss the benefits of walking ten thousand steps each day, and explore the medical complaints process. With presenters Dr Nick, Prudence Dear, and Panel Beater.


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