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April issue of the Sexual Health & HIV Policy eBulletin

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Helen Christophers
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April issue of the Sexual Health & HIV Policy eBulletin
Posted on: April 19 2018, 11:50 am

The April issue of the Sexual Health & HIV Policy eBulletin is now available. 

https://mailchi.mp/fsrh/sexual-health-hiv-policy-ebulletin-april-issue

In this month’s round-up look out for an open letter to Jeremy Hunt from key SRH and public health bodies, calling for a strengthened SRH mandate at local authority level and enhanced accountability mechanisms to ensure public health regulations work more effectively now and in the future;  the recent BMA report showing that sexual and reproductive health services have been amongst the worst-hit by cuts to public health funding; the new Prioritisation Framework tool from Public Health England (PHE) to support evidenced-based spending decisions across public health programmes; recently published clinical and operational guidance for the delivery of the national human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme for men who have sex with men (MSM); new NHS England commissioning guidance and training standards for healthcare professionals for FGM; the Invisible No Longer report from the Sophia Forum and THT on what action is needed to ensure women living with HIV are heard, counted for and no longer left behind in the progress made around HIV and the ground-breaking news that Ealing Council is to introduce the first UK ‘safe’ zone around one of its local abortion clinics from the end of this month.

The eBulletin is now produced by the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) and is supported by a coalition of sexual health, reproductive health and HIV professional bodies and charities. It covers the broad spectrum of sexual health issues including those relating to contraception, sexually transmitted infections and HIV.

The eBulletin is available free to all those working in clinical services, public health, commissioning, primary care, voluntary and community organisations and other related areas.  SIGN UP now ( http://fsrh.us8.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=e7045e9fd6db30d4ed82ccfb0&id=38e3eb61fe) to get future issues delivered direct to your inbox.

Helen Christophers
(Editor - Sexual Health & HIV Policy eBulletin)
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