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Bank Holiday Sexual Health Clinics & Pharmacy Opening Times

Sexual Health Clinics

Brookside (Aylesbury) & SHAW (Wycombe) Sexual Health Clinics are closed on Monday 28th May, reopening Tuesday 29th May.

In the event of needing Emergency Contraception (EC/Morning after pill) when we are closed, please contact your local NHS walk in centre or the Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) Wycombe Hospital or your local pharmacist/chemist.

In the event that you need assessment for post exposure prophylaxis (PEP), please attend any A & E department (Stoke Mandeville Hospital)

Pharmacies – Click here  to see a full list of pharmacies and their opening times over the bank holiday.

For more information on Sexual Health Clinics & Pharmacies in your area, check out the Service Finder

Men’s Voices Survey

Public Health England (PHE) invites all men in England, aged 16 years and over, to complete a survey about reproductive health. Reproductive health includes contraception, reproductive health symptoms (like erectile dysfunction), fatherhood, fertility, sexual health, body image, sexual enjoyment and relationships.

This survey is specifically for cis gender men, including gay, bisexual and heterosexual men. PHE are particularly keen to hear from men from ethnic minority communities and those with disabilities and chronic health conditions

PHE will use the information to develop a plan to improve reproductive and sexual health healthcare. The survey takes between 15 and 30 minutes to finish and the information you provide is completely anonymous and confidential

 

Click here to take part in the survey.

Coil Fitters Forum for GP’s & Nurses

GP’s & Nurses, register your attendance by Wednesday 13th June at the Coil Fitters Forum event happening on Wednesday 27th June 2018.

For more information and details on how to register, click on the poster below.

 

Men who have sex with men (MSM)

Data is telling us that men who have sex with men are disproportionately affected by some sexual infections. Use the MSM section of the website to keep up to date with how to protect yourself. We will also let you know about any local STI outbreaks, relevant services and support offered in Bucks, and useful links.

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