We're delighted at how many professionals are getting involved in Sexual Health Week this year!
Directly below you can find our briefing and campaign posters. Further down the page we've listed resources to help you talk about emergency contraception and wider contraceptive choices with your patients and clients and we can also offer you help if you want to promote your sexual health week activities to local media.
Campaign pack materials
Our campaign pack contains posters and a briefing full of information and advice on talking to your patients about emergency contraception.
If you didn't order a pack, or if you need reinforcements, you can download all the materials below.
Our briefing is to support clinicians and pharmacists. It covers some of the results of our survey as well as advice on how to talk to your patients and clients.
Promoting Sexual Health Week
If you're taking part in Sexual Health Week and would like to promote your activities to local media we can help. We can email you a press release template that you can adapt for your own use. To get your template please email email@example.com
Resources to help you talk about emergency contraception
FPA has a range of resources to help you.
Your guide to emergency contraception
A comprehensive leaflet covering all three methods of emergency contraception based on common questions that women ask.
It's designed to be given out to women at clinics, surgeries, pharmacies and other sexual health services.
£8.50 for a pack of 50.
Contraceptive display kit
Our hugely popular Contraceptive Display Kit can be used to demonstrate all methods of contraception and emergency contraception. It includes cards showing Levonelle, EllaOne and a range of different types of IUD. £79.95 per kit.
Our new posters are based on three of our most popular leaflets and designed to be informative for patients and clients while brightening up your surgery, clinic or pharmacy! £14.99 for a set of three.
Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) leaflets
Like our emergency contraception leaflet, they're designed to be given out to women at clinics, surgeries, pharmacies and other sexual health services.