Have your say on sexual health and contraceptive services in Norfolk
Sponsored Post from Healthwatch Norfolk Healthwatch Norfolk want to hear from parents about how sexual health and contraceptive services could be improved in Norfolk.
The independent organisation represents public views about health and social care services to the people in charge, including local commissioners, hospital executives, NHS England and Norfolk County Council.
The organisation wants to know what has been good about patients’ experiences and what could be improved through a short public survey.
The Council are responsible for commissioning sexual health services, which are provided in a variety of settings across Norfolk, including GPs, pharmacies and specialist iCASH clinics (Integrated Contraception and Sexual Health Services.)
Providers offer several contraceptive and sexual health interventions to patients, including:
Coils, implants and injections
STI testing and treatment
HIV testing and treatment
Sexual health information and advice
By reviewing contraceptive services, Norfolk County Council hope to encourage more people to use long-lasting reversible contraception and reduce the need for short-term, unreliable methods, such as the morning after pill.