Young People And Their Experiences of Anal Sex

Readers of the Journal may have come across the recent study into teenage attitudes towards anal sex in heterosexual couples by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, published last month via their Online First initiative already, but if you’ve not, it makes interesting reading for anyone working in young people’s sexual health. Existing […]

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Sexual Function In Childhood Cancer Survivors

Journal readers may be interested to know about a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, a cohort study of over two thousand women who had suffered from childhood cancer compared with their female siblings, which demonstrated an excess of psychosexual morbidity in those who had suffered cancer as children. It is known […]

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Review: The Menopause Exchange

The Menopause Exchange is an independent organisation founded by Norma Goldman, a pharmacist with a special interest in health promotion, to provide impartial information for patients and health professionals about the menopause. Information is circulated largely through the quarterly newsletters, which are free and through the Menopause Exchange blog. They are also present on Twitter […]

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FSRH Welcomes Nurses at a one day conference

  The FSRH is delighted that from January 2014 nurses are Eligible to become members of the FSRH and to undertake training for the Nurse Diploma in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care (NDFSRH), the Letters of Competence in both intrauterine devices and subdermal implants and the postgraduate qualification in medical education. The organising committee has […]

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New Guidance From DoH On Abortion Provision

New guidance was issued today by the Department of Health in relation to the provision of abortions in England and Wales. Following an independent, covert investigation by the UK newspaper The Daily Telegraph, concern was raised that abortion was being provided in the UK out with the provisions of the Abortion Act, andwhich would obviously […]

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Sexual Health Organisations Put Pressure On Politicians Before Polls

England goes to the polls for its local elections on May 22nd, and leading sexual health bodies are challenging politicians to commit to investing in Sexual and Reproductive Health. The combination of BASHH, BHIVA, Brook, FRSH, FPA, MEDFASH, Terrence Higgins, the National AIDS trust, and the National HIV Nurses Association issued a joint statement: “Sexual […]

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Abortion In The Media

In the last two weeks, abortion has been making the headlines again. Firstly in the UK, as glamour model Josie Cunnigham revealed that she was pregnant and subsequently considered an abortion. She spoke openly about this decision in a video interview for UK tabloid The Mirror, and stated that her existing commitment to appearing in […]

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Wud U? Reviewing Barnardos’ App For Reducing The Risk of Sexual Exploitation

The Wud U? app was launched last month. The result of a joint project by Barnardos and Microsoft, it’s designed to be an educational tool for young people and professionals who work with them. It’s aimed at helping young people identify behaviours that may put them at risk of sexual exploitation. Produced after extensive interviews […]

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