JSNA Summary 2016/17

Sexual health

Sexual health covers a wide range of areas including contraception, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), teenage pregnancy, abortions and sexual offences and is important across the whole life course.

Key fact

In Swindon, there were only 13 conceptions to under 16s in 2014

Key indicators

Sexual health: Key indicator 1 Sexual health: Key indicator 2

Key information

Key challenges

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See Sexual Health Needs Assessment 2015 See Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People Health Needs Assessment 2010 See Child Sex Exploitation: evidence review