You might be wondering how coronavirus could affect your sex life, relationships and sexual health. Here, in this SHORT GUIDE our Sexual Health team will provide you with advice, facts and top tips to keep you, your loved ones and your community safe.
The Southern Trust provides contraceptive and sexual health services delivered in a range of settings across the Southern area. Use the links below to access further information and resources.
Find a clinic
Details of all of our clinics and the services they provide are included below. All bookings are by prior appointment only.
- GUM (Genito Urinary Medicine) Clinics – free sexual health advice, testing and treatment for genital infections and other sexually transmitted infections.
- Contraception clinics – free and confidential contraception and sexual health service
- The Health Hub – contraceptive and sexual health advice for under 25s
Information and resources
- Sexual Health NI
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Directory of services to improve mental health and emotional wellbeing
- Current National Guidelines for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH website)
- Current Clinical Guidance from Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH)
The Promoting Wellbeing Division also coordinates and signposts to a range of awareness courses and training, both for people in the community and those working in health and social care.
We can provide free access to the following e-learning courses on sexual health:
NHS Elearning programmes
The following elearning programmes may be useful to health and social care staff:
- Sexual health and HIV
- Sexual and reproductive healthcare
- Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
- Child sexual abuse awareness
- Child sexual exploitation
- Domestic violence and abuse
- Gender variance
- Modern slavery
A range of competency-based training is also available through the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH)