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Relationships, Sex and Disability

The theme for Sexual Health Week 2019 is sex, relationships and disability.

Sex and disability isn’t talked about enough and this means that lots of young people are missing out on valuable education, information and support.

Brook have launched a wide range of FREE resources to support Sexual Health Week and professionals to help talk openly about sex and disability. To view resources, click here

Access bSHaW Presentation to support teachers here


Protect Against STI’s

Whether you’re a Fresher student or you are going back to university, Freshers’ week is an exciting time and being away from home can bring a certain sense of freedom.

Few students go through university without facing a health problem or two.

Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection among young people. It often has no symptoms and, if left untreated, can lead to infertility in women.

Other common STIs among students include genital warts, genital herpes and gonorrhoea. HIV infection is less common, but does happen so there’s no room for complacency. Get informed about how to protect yourself.

If you have unprotected sex you could be at risk, which is why testing is so important (as well as easy and confidential). bSHaW Sexual Health Clinics provide a range of services including contraception, emergency contraception, Chlamydia testing, STI testing and treatment, condoms, pregnancy testing and sexual health advice. Find your nearest bSHaW Clinic here

The last thing you need is an illness that seriously harms your study or social life, so take a look at our list of potential student health problems and ways to avoid them. 5 avoidable health threats every students should know about




bSHaW sexual health clinics in Buckinghamshire offer both appointment and drop in services.

Click on the clinic names below to find out more about the services they offer and clinic opening times.

0300 303 2880 to book an appointment.

Brookside – Aylesbury
Oakfield Surgery – Aylesbury
The Swan Practice – Buckingham
Burnham Health Centre
Chalfont & Gerrards Cross Hospital
Watermeadow Surgery – Chesham
SHAW – High Wycombe
Wye Valley – High Wycombe
Youth Enquiry Service (YES) – High Wycombe

Book your place on WISH training courses

The WISH (Wellbeing in Sexual Health) training programme aims to promote the sexual health and wellbeing of all Buckinghamshire residents and to equip those working with individuals of all ages, gender, ethnicity, disability or sexuality with the knowledge, skills and tools to develop resilience, respect and to promote consensual healthy and safe sexual relationships.

Upcoming WISH Training Courses

25th October – Wellbeing in Sexual Health (WISH) Training Tier 2

To see a full list of courses and dates, click here 

New Clinic – Lynton House, High Wycombe

Open Thursday Mornings, offering Contraception and Full Testing for STI’s (including HIV Testing).

Call 0300 303 2880 to book an appointment and ask for THT Lynton House Clinic.

For more information on clinics and opening times visit click here

FREE HPV vaccine now available for all MSM aged 45 and under

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine’s now available in Bucks for men who have sex with men (MSM) up to and including 45 years of age.

The vaccine will help prevent HPV infection, which can cause genital warts and certain types of cancer.

It’s especially important for those who are living with HIV, and those who’ve more than one sexual partner.

The vaccine’s available from the Brookside clinic in Aylesbury and the SHAW clinic in Wycombe

Please attend one of the drop in clinics or 0300 303 2880 for an appointment

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