The draft Sexual Health and Relationships Strategy for Scotland: Its development, key recommendations and lessons learnt Shirley Fraser Sexual Health & Wellbeing Learning Network Co-ordinator. The state of sexual health in Scotland. One in four young people sexually active before age 16
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The draft Sexual Health and Relationships Strategy for Scotland: Its development, key recommendations and lessons learntShirley FraserSexual Health & Wellbeing Learning Network Co-ordinator
To draw up a sexual health strategy for Scotland with particular reference to measures:
Reviews (Cochrane, Campbell, H.D.A)
Literature searches (Medline, Embase, CINAHL)
Project literature (Learning network information, Healthy Respect demonstration project, commissioned research)
Expert opinion and current practice (reference group and their networks, Health Scotland, professional networks)
Comparison (local strategies, other countries’ strategies)
Draft strategy and background papers
Final strategy and background papers
Submission to Scottish Executive
Consultation on proposals
A society that accepts sex as a normal and healthy aspect of life, in which people understand the value of their own sexual health, the importance of responsibility and respect for others and have the capacity and means to protect themselves from unwanted outcomes of sexual activity.
In relation to: