The survey is open to all 14-24 year-olds in West Berkshire, irrespective of whether they have used these services, or are in a sexual relationship - because evidence shows that younger people have significantly higher rates of poor sexual health.
These issues can include the physical aspects of sexual health, such as the incidence of sexually transmitted infections and helping reduce unintended pregnancy, but also the mental and social aspects including making better-informed choices about having sex and the types of sex, being able to express sexuality without fear of exploitation, oppression, physical or emotional harm and having access to high quality sexual health treatment and advice that is offered in a non-judgemental, confidential manner.
Lesley Wyman, consultant in public health for West Berkshire Council said,
"I am delighted to promote this survey which is a first for Berkshire and will give us valuable information about young people's needs and their perceptions about sexual health services."The survey is open until Friday 29th November - and can be accessed here via this link.
All responses will remain confidential and anonymous and will not be used for any other purpose. Results will be published in the New Year.
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Fatima Ndanusa, on 01635 503437 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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