In December 2017, a new national sexual health campaign will launch that is aimed at reducing the spread of gonorrhoea and chlamydia by encouraging the use of condoms. As part of the campaign, we’re looking to work with people (between the ages of 16-24) from across the country who have been affected with an STI and who would be happy to anonymously talk about their experiences.
Case studies are an important part of all campaigns as they help to add a human element to the story and can play an important role in helping to prevent the spread of STIs and encourage more people to use condoms. If you have had chlamydia or gonorrhoea and would be willing to support the campaign, or would be able to assist in sourcing case studies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 0203 003 6687 for more information.
Please note, all information will be held in the strictest confidence.