Sexual Health Survey (Suffolk Public Health)

Young people's views on Sexual Health survey

Suffolk Public Health team are looking into how sexual health services in the county are provided to young people.

This includes information and advice, contraception (such as condoms, the pill or coils), screening and treating STIs (like chlamydia), and advice on pregnancy.

They are running an online survey for young people aged 11-24 who live in Suffolk, asking about your experiences of sexual health services, and how you prefer to receive support and information about sexual health.

It should take no longer than 5-10 minutes and everything you say will be anonymous.

To start the survey, please click on the following link:

This survey will close on Monday, 15th October 2018.

For further information about this survey, contact:

Sharna Allen

Health Improvement Commissioner (Sexual Health)

Public Health Suffolk

Suffolk County Council

Endeavour House



01473 260 099 

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