An innovative project to improve access to services, information and advice around sexual health, sex and relationships for people with learning disabilities (PWLD) has launched in Hackney.
The initiative is being run by the sexual health charity FPA over the next year, and anybody in... Read more
Sexual health charity FPA is going back to basics for Sexual Health Week 2016, challenging people's knowledge and attitudes around sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and using condoms for safer sex.
In a survey* of more than 2,000 people across the UK:
- More than two-... Read more
FPA is delighted to announce it has been awarded a three-year Public Health England (PHE) contract to lead a new sexual and reproductive health programme.
The Sexual Health and Reproductive Health National Information Programme will be managed by FPA on behalf of PHE to improve the... Read more
FPA has launched its annual awareness campaign Sexual Health Week, which will run until Sunday (20 September).
The theme for the 2015 campaign is sexual pleasure and wellbeing, an area of sexual health that is often overlooked and in which many health professionals do not have specific... Read more
Dr Audrey Simpson joined FPA as Northern Ireland Director in 1988.
Prior to that she carried out postgraduate... Read more
A lack of accountability in sexual and reproductive health and HIV care in England is directly impacting patients and must be addressed urgently.
That is the finding of an inquiry by an All Party Parliamentary Group into the standards of sexual health services since responsibility for... Read more
Belfast is playing host to a global gathering of sexual and reproductive health experts.
It is the first time the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s European Network has held its annual member meeting, the regional council, in Northern Ireland.
Members include the UK’s... Read more
Figures released by Public Health England today show the total number of new cases of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in England decreased by 0.3% in 2014, with 439,243 diagnoses... Read more