Online clinic on sexual health 2015

08-12Jun2015

From 8 - 12 June 2015 talkhealth teamed up with sponsors myCondom.com and The STI Clinic and charities Brook, Marie Stopes, Saving Lives and Women's Health Concern to present an Online clinic on sexual health.  The clinic is now only open for viewing.

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The clinic is an online forum, please contact us if you’re unsure how it works!

Clinical experts answered questions on sexual health including topics such as contraception, sexually transmitted diseases (STIs), HIV, sex, relationships and pregnancy.

Please also check our list of future clinic dates here.

Medical Experts

  • Natasha Anderson

    Sexual Health Adviser and Psychosexual Therapist - CoSRT Accredi...

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  • Louisa Draper

    Medical Director MBBS MA (OXON)

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  • Dr Roger Goulds

    talkhealth Medical Director

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  • Dr Steve Taylor

    HIV Consultant - MBChB PhD FRCP

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  • Jason Warriner

    UK Director for Quality and Clinical Services

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  • Dr Helen Webberley

    MBChB MRCGP MFSRH DipGUM DipIPM GP Partner in South Wales and Di...

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cLINIC SPONSORS

myCondom.com

myCondom.com is the UK & Europe's favourite condom website, offering a wide range of condoms, lubricants & sex toys at the cheapest prices. Choose products from top brands including Durex, Mates and Pasante with free & fast delivery in discreet, secure packaging.

We at myCondom.com are delighted to be sponsoring the talkhealth Sexual Health Clinic 2015, and are offering a 10% discount to everyone taking part in the clinic. Simply enter discount code TALKHEALTH10 at checkout to receive 10% off your order total.

Get 10% off Condoms, Lube & Sex Toys at myCondom.com

The STI Clinic

The STI Clinic is an online sexual health service that provides a quick, reliable and confidential service for you to test for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the comfort of your own homeJust as you take care of your general health, your sexual health is also extremely important.

You may have had a risky sexual encounter recently, or you may have just changed your sexual partner. In either of these cases if you do not have time or are embarrassed to go to a sexual health clinic to test for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), you should not put testing off altogether.

This is valid even if you do not have any symptoms. STIs can be asymptomatic (meaning that the infections can be present in the body; even if you do not feel any different).

The STI Clinic is an online sexual health service that provides a quick, reliable and confidential service for you to test for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the comfort of your own home. Take the sample, send it to the lab and get your results online.

We will never disclose your information to any third party and we pride ourselves of being one of the most trusted brands in the online healthcare sector.

The STI Clinic: the easier way to test for STIs

For more information about The STI Clinic visit the website www.thesticlinic.com

cHARITY PARTNERS

Brook

Brook provides free and confidential sexual health and wellbeing services for over 275,000 young people UK-wide, each year. We also provide sex and relationships education (SRE) in a range of settings and training courses for professionals working with young people. In everything we do, we try to help young people to make positive and healthy lifestyle choices and to improve their personal health and emotional wellbeing.

The charity has over 50 years of experience working with young people and has services in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Jersey. Brook services provide free and confidential sexual health information, contraception, pregnancy testing, advice and counselling, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections and outreach and education work, reaching over 275,000 young people every year. www.brook.org.uk.

Marie Stopes UK

Marie Stopes UK provide reproductive and sexual health services including NHS funded and Private abortion, vasectomy and female sterilisations. Marie Stopes UK provide reproductive and sexual health services including NHS funded and Private abortion, vasectomy and female sterilisations. We believe everyone is entitled to choose their preferred method of contraception as well as being able to have choice around their pregnancy options. From the moment someone dials our 24hr support and booking line they’re in safe, caring hands. Everything we do is based on our respect for our client’s individual needs, their time, confidentiality and dignity. We are proud to say that 98% of clients give our services the highest ratings.

Marie Stopes UK is part of the world’s leading reproductive and sexual health charity Marie Stopes International based in 37 countries around the world. Here in the UK we have over 60 locations and strive to provide a local supportive service for women and men.

Saving Lives

aving Lives aims to raise awareness of the importance of HIV testing, and reduce the barriers which still dissuade many from testing, including stigma and lack of education. Saving Lives aims to raise awareness of the importance of HIV testing, and reduce the barriers which still dissuade many from testing, including stigma and lack of education. We undertake campaigns in the media and various clinical settings involving prominent, clear and accessible messaging, celebrity and sporting advocates, and high-impact graphics. Our aim is to reduce the proportion of undiagnosed HIV in the UK and normalise HIV testing.

Women's Health Concern

Women’s Health Concern (WHC) provides an independent service to advise, reassure and educate women of all ages about their health, wellbeing and lifestyle concerns, to enable them to work in partnership with their own medical practitioners and health advisersWomen’s Health Concern (WHC) provides an independent service to advise, reassure and educate women of all ages about their health, wellbeing and lifestyle concerns, to enable them to work in partnership with their own medical practitioners and health advisers. They offer unbiased information – by telephone, email, in print, online and through conferences, seminars and symposia.