FPA news

November 30th, 2017

This Christmas, FPA is supporting Patient.info with a campaign to raise awareness of how to look after your sexual health during the party season.

A survey of 2,000 office workers in Britain carried out by... Read more

STIs, Contraception
June 6th, 2017

Figures released by Public Health England today show the total number of new cases of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in England decreased by 4% in 2016, with 417,584 diagnoses... Read more

STIs, Statistics
March 14th, 2017

Research published today by independent charitable foundation The King’s Fund shows sexual health clinics are increasingly under strain, at a time when there are concerns over rising rates of sexually transmitted infections.

The report – Understanding NHS Financial Pressures: how are they... Read more

Spending, STIs
September 12th, 2016

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:

Sexual health, STIs
August 16th, 2016

In a report published today, Public Health England called on Londoners to practice safer sex in light of data showing that 56% of syphilis cases diagnosed in England in 2015 were in the capital (2,811 cases).

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August 5th, 2016

Sexual health charity FPA has welcomed new draft guidance from NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) on increasing the provision of condoms to help reduce rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs... Read more

April 27th, 2016

There have been lots of stories in the media in recent months about an outbreak of gonorrhoea in England which is difficult to treat with antibiotics.

What has happened?

Public Health England (PHE) monitors gonorrhoea cases and collects... Read more

June 23rd, 2015

Figures released by Public Health England today revealed there were 439,243 sexually transmitted infection (STI) diagnoses in 2014 across England – a 0.3% decrease on the previous year.

Although a decrease is welcome, this is still a very high number, and does not account for those who... Read more