To celebrate our 75th anniversary year, we commissioned research from Newcastle University to examine the economics of sexual health.
This was the first piece of significant research in this area since 1994 when FPA established that for every £1 spent on contraceptive services the NHS saves £11. The new research thoroughly examined economic evidence to establish the cost savings and benefits from proper investment in abortion and contraception provision.
The full report, The Economics of Sexual Health, gives primary care trusts responsible for these services a mapping exercise illustrating the benefits and savings that they can make in this area.
Download The Economics of Sexual Health.
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