British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

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British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

A body formed in 2003 by the merger of the Medical Society for the Study of Venereal Diseases (established 1922) and the Association for Genitourinary Medicine (established 1992). BASHH aims to:
• Improve the diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including all sexually transmitted infections, HIV and other sexual health problems;
• Advance public health and education as it relates to STDs and HIV;
• Promote a high standard in the specialty of Genitourinary Medicine.

Members
Medical practitioners and other healthcare workers, scientists.
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The BASHH figures come after a number of sexual health doctors voiced their support for vaccinating girls aged 12 to 14 as part of their school vaccination programme.
The provision of integrated sexual health services is supported by current accredited training programmes and guidance from relevant professional bodies including FSRH, BASHH, BHIVA, MEDFASH, RCOG and NICE and relevant national policy and guidance issued by the Department of Health and Public Health England.
2nd Joint Conference of BHIVA with BASHH, 20-23 April 2010, Manchester.
Dr Nathan Sankar, consultant physician in genito urinary medicine at Newcastle General Hospital, successfully bid at a BASHH meeting last year His bid presentation was supported by NewcastleGateshead Convention Bureau - the specialist business-tourism team attracting conferences to the destination - through their Conference Ambassador Programme.
The purpose of this pre-procurement market engagement process is for LCC to: Engage with the supply market and support providers to help us understand whether there is the supplier market to deliver a comprehensive and open access Integrated Contraception and Sexual Health Service, as defined in the model below that is aligned to national BASHH standards and guidance.
British HIV Association, BASHH, FSRH guidelines for the Management of the sexual and reproductive health of people living with HIV infection 2008.