Current & recent initiatives

Current & recent initiatives

This page contains details of a range of current and recent MEDFASH initiatives which include training, online resources and publications.

Please click on each link for further information and also visit our Publications pages.

 National Framework for Commissioning HIV, sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Public Health England is developing a National Framework for Commissioning HIV and SRH Health Services. MEDFASH has been appointed to undertake this work.

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Standards for the management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

MEDFASH has worked with BASHH to produce revised and updated standards, now published.

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Sexual Health & HIV policy eBulletin

A monthly eBulletin on key developments in public health, the NHS and local government of relevance for sexual health and HIV. Sign up for the eBulletin.

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 Sexual Health in Practice (SHIP)

Interactive, practical, peer-led training for GPs and practice nurses, now being rolled out in a number of areas of London. 

Find out more about 'Sexual Health in Practice (SHIP)'

Quality training in sexual and reproductive healthcare

MEDFASH recently worked with the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare  (FSRH) on a project to develop new pathways of education in sexual and reproductive healthcare.

Find out more about 'Quality training in sexual and reproductive healthcare'

Tackling HIV testing in Primary Care 

We are developing an online tool to help general practice overcome barriers to HIV testing.

 Find out more about 'Tackling HIV testing in Primary Care'

National clinical audit for HIV and STIs

MEDFASH recently worked with the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) and the British HIV Association (BHIVA) to develop a proposal for a new national clinical audit on HIV and STIs.

 Find out more about 'National clinical audit for HIV and STIs' 

Halve It campaign and local engagement

On behalf of Halve It, we are managing a project to develop engagement at local level in the drive to halve rates of undiagnosed HIV and late HIV diagnosis.

 Find out more about 'Halve It campaign and local engagement'

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