This Christmas party season, FPA is supporting Patient.info with a campaign to raise awareness of how to look after your sexual health during the party season.
Figures released by Public Health England today show over 160,000 fewer chlamydia tests were carried out in 2016, compared to 2015 – a fall of 5%.
Research shows sexual health clinics are increasingly under strain, at a time when there are concerns over rising rates of sexually transmitted infections.
FPA has launched Sexual Health Week 2016 on sexually transmitted infections.
FPA has responded to a report by Public Health England, showing high rates of syphilis diagnoses among men who have sex with men and people in London.
FPA has reponded to new draft guidance from NICE, which recommends ways to increase condom provision and help reduce transmission of sexually transmitted infections.
Figures released by Public Health England show there was a 3% decrease in STIs diagnosed in 2015, but this was partly due to a reduction in testing.
FPA has issued guidance to help people worried about gonorrhoea that is resistant to treatment on how to access support
FPA busts some common myths around sexually transmitted infections as Public Health England reveals there were almost 440,000 diagnoses during 2014.
Sexual health charity FPA responds to Public Health England figures showing there were 439,243 sexually transmitted infection diagnoses in England in 2014.