Brook and FPA are delighted to announce the winners of the UK Sexual Health Awards 2013.
Kate Bulman, Oakhill Secure Training Centre, Milton Keynes.
Muna Hassan, Integrate Bristol.
The West London Centre for Sexual Health (WLCSH) in partnership with the West London African Women’s Service (WLAWS) for their joint Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) service, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Trust.
Teenage Pregnancy and Sexual Health Outreach, Croydon, Croydon Health Services NHS Trust.
Louise Tickle writing in The Guardian, Who is Looking After the Sexual Health and Wellbeing of Young People in Care?
The HIV-HOP Campaign, Centre for HIV and Sexual Health
Sheffield Teenage Rape Prevention campaign, Home Office.
Benjamin Chemist, Hackney, London
Giving special recognition for years of dedicated work, the Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Dr Wendy Savage.
The Awards are open to professionals, volunteers, young people, community-based services, campaigners, journalists, advertisers and scriptwriters – all who make a difference with their work related to sexual health.
Showcasing the best, creative and innovative work, the Awards are the only event to celebrate achievements in the exciting and influential field of sexual health.Check the UK Sexual Health Awards on Twitter or search for #shuk2013 to see what people have been tweeting from the Awards.