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Confidential sexual health survey to launch

Confidential sexual health survey to launch

Wirral residents are being encouraged to take part in a confidential survey about sexual health.

The survey asks questions about contraception, sexually transmitted infections and the advice available. It is being launched by Wirral Council's Public Health team.

The information collected will help to shape Wirral's sexual health services, making them more tailored to residents' needs.

The survey is open from Tuesday 21 October to Friday  14 November 2014.

Fiona Johnstone, Wirral Council Director of Public Health said: "Some people can still be nervous about accessing sexual health advice and support, so it is important that the service is as user friendly as possible. Sexual health issues can affect anyone and I would urge everyone to take part in the survey and help shape and improve sexual health services for Wirral."

The survey should take between 10 and 15 minutes to complete and is completely confidential and all answers are anonymous. Even if you have never used sexual health services your opinions are still important.

Click here to access the survey.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 02 November 2016 14:55

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