Healthmatters - Preventing STIs

Telephone conference and Q&A session (dial-in details below)
Wednesday 21 August 2019, 1.45pm – 2.30pm

In 2018, there were 447,694 new diagnoses of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) made at sexual health services in England, a 5% increase since 2017. The rise in emerging and antimicrobial resistant STIs further exacerbates the scale of the problem. Prevention is central to achieving good sexual health outcomes and entails both changes that reduce the risk of poor sexual health outcomes, as well as activities that encourage healthy behaviours.

Teleconference: Wednesday 21 August 2019, 1.45pm – 2.30pm

Yvonne Doyle, Director of Health Protection and Medical Director at Public Health England, will chair the teleconference and be joined by a panel of experts in this topic area.

Why you should take part:

The teleconference will be relevant to local authorities, commissioners, public health professionals and the voluntary and private sector. It will provide an overview of the scale of the problem, what is being done to prevent and reduce common STIs nationally, and the funding and commissioning of sexual health services.

You can hear from those involved in the work, pose questions during the interactive Q&A session, and learn from others across the country.

RSVP: Please register for the teleconference here. You will then receive supporting materials on the day of the call. Make sure to put this date and time in your calendar now.

Dial-in details:

Please dial in 10 minutes prior to start time, using the number and conference code below:

Local call rate: +44 (0)330 336 9126

Conference code: 6549049

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