Report that summarises the annual data for STIs in the West Midlands.
HIV remains an important public health problem in the West Midlands. This report covers: diagnoses people living with diagnosed and undiagnosed HIV implications for prevention HIV risk reduction messages
Local Government Association report that finds: Data from Public Health England’s spend and outcome tool (SPOT) demonstrates that a number of key health outcomes have improved since responsibility for public health transferred to local authorities, despite the spend in several
Report presenting annual epidemiological data for HIV in Yorkshire and Humber. It details: trends in new diagnoses of HIV prevalence of diagnosed HIV across the PHE centre risk groups public health implications advice for stakeholders recommendations for the public
Report that summarises the annual data for STIs in the East Midlands.
HIV remains an important public health problem in London with high and increasing rates of HIV and evidence of sustained HIV transmission in men who have sex with men (MSM). This report presents annual epidemiological data for HIV in London.
Men who have sex with men (MSM) in London are disproportionately affected by syphilis and this is getting worse. The report includes: context of syphilis infection data sources syphilis burden in London burden by local authority
Epidemiological reports based on PHE data on HIV testing, diagnosis and care in the UK this document provides the 2018 summary, key messages and recommendations. Additional Items
Report presenting annual epidemiological data for HIV in north-east England. HIV remains an important public health problem in the North East. The focus should continue on increasing testing and improving HIV treatment, and testing all newly diagnosed patients for recent
The NCSP standards support an evidence-based and cost-effective approach to delivering chlamydia screening. This document outlines the minimum standards for local implementation and should be used by commissioners and providers to form the basis for local screening plans.
Report presenting data for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the North West of England.
A study of 9,833 15-16 year old school children in the North West, examining relationships between risky drinking behaviours (binge drinking, frequent drinking, drinking in public places) and demographics, income, leisure activities and access to alcohol. Negative consequences of risky
Public drunkenness and rowdiness were perceived as a problem by a quarter of people in England and Wales in their local area in 2006/07, as they can lead to a range of harms experienced both by individuals and communities. Designated Public
The SiE project aims to reduce binge drinking and associated harms in young people, through the development of locally tailored community based interventions designed to tackle heavy episodic drinking in different drinking environments. The project is based on the original
A rapid sexual health needs assessment for Liverpool Primary Care Trust (PCT) was commissioned to provide an understanding of the sexual health needs of the population and establish whether the current supply of services is adequate enough to meet them. Data
A rapid sexual health needs assessment for Knowsley Primary Care Trust (PCT) was commissioned to provide an understanding of the sexual health needs of the population and establish whether the current supply of services is adequate enough to meet them. Data
Report presenting data for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the Yorkshire and Humber.
This is the 2008 report of the North West HIV/AIDS Monitoring Unit, presenting data on HIV positive individuals accessing treatment and care in the region. A total of 42 statutory centres in the region provided treatment and care for HIV
Data on trends in antimicrobial resistance and decreased susceptibility in gonococcal infection in England and Wales provided by GRASP. Public Health England reports annually on drug resistance and decreased susceptibility in gonorrhoea in England and Wales and has twice provided data
Report commissioned by the Cheshire and Merseyside primary care trusts to use for assessing local epidemiology and to measure performance against targets in order to improve monitoring, planning and interventions for sexual health promotion and treatment and care services.