JSNA Summary 2017/18

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, in 2016, 552 people aged 15-24 tested positive for Chlamydia, a higher detection rate than England or the South West and meeting recommended levels.

Key indicators

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

Key information

Key issues

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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