This is the final blog in our sexual health commissioning blog series, focusing on the last two stages of the commissioning cycle: ‘doing’ and ‘reviewing’.
Kate Folkard is National Chlamydia Screening Programme Manager at Public Health England, and a project lead on PHE’s development of a framework for national commissioning of HIV, sexual and reproductive health services. Previously, Kate was a PCT sexual health commissioner and joint local authority/PCT children’s services commissioner. She has extensive experience across local and national government, health and third sector.
This is the second in a series of three blogs exploring each stage of the sexual health commissioning cycle. It will focus on the first two stages of the cycle: analysing and planning. It is essential to spend time on …
One of the key findings of the review of sexual health commissioning that PHE published last August was that commissioners wanted further guidance on strategic planning and assessing need, designing and delivering interventions and monitoring and evaluation. So this week, …
Yesterday, NICE published public health guidance on contraceptive services for young people, which will be a valuable new resource for local teams looking to deliver tailored sexual health services at convenient locations for under 25s, which provide easy access to …
Related content and links
About this blog
The official blog of the UK Health Security Agency, providing expert insight on the organisation's work and all aspects of health security.
Comments and moderation
- Charting a course to end HIV transmission in England by 2030 1 December 2021
- What is avian flu? 26 November 2021
- What is antimicrobial resistance and why do we need to take action against it? 17 November 2021