FPA Sexual Health Week informs the public, influences service providers and supports health professionals.
12–18 September 2011
Facts of Life (talking to your children about puberty, relationships and sex) helped parents and carers talk to their children about growing up.
13–19 September 2010
The Middle-age Spread helped people over 50 to be more savvy about sexually transmitted infections and their sexual health.
14–20 September 2009
One too Many promoted strategies to help people protect their sexual health when they're out drinking and gave out guidance to professionals on dealing with issues around alcohol and sexual health.
4–10 August 2008
It's My Right! focused on the sexual health needs of the estimated 1.5 million people in the UK living with learning disabilities and supported their right to have fulfilling sexual lives and relationships.
6–12 August 2007
People can find talking about using condoms with their partner a difficult experience. Our Pillow Talk campaign aimed to help the conversation flow a little more smoothly.
7–13 August 2006
Our 2006 campaign focused on condoms and how the different sizes and shapes of condoms can improve comfort and fit, making for a more pleasurable experience.
1–7 August 2005
To coincide with our 75th anniversary year, Sexual Health Week 2005 focused on research into the economics of sexual health.
2–8 August 2004
Sexual Health Week 2004 focused on opening hours of GUM clinics and whether they matched needs, and the attitudes of men and women to sexually transmitted infection services.
4–10 August 2003
Research published for Sexual Health Week 2003 showed low levels of condom use and little awareness of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among men and women.
5–11 August 2002
During Sexual Health Week 2002 we focused on sexually transmitted infections.