Transforming Sexual Health in Scotland: Cultural, Organisational and Partnership Approaches

Author(s): Rosie Ilett and Alison Bigrigg

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This edited collection provides a unique insight into sexual health in Scotland. It sets out the challenges facing Scotland in terms of poor sexual health and inequalities, within devolved government ...
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Foreword  Open Access Plus

Pp. i

Christine Robinson



Preface  Open Access Plus

Pp. ii

Rosie Ilett and Alison Bigrigg



Contributors  Open Access Plus

Pp. iii-iv (2)

Rosie Ilett and and Alison Bigrigg



Why Sexual Health is Important  Open Access Plus

Pp. 1-11 (11)

Alison Bigrigg and Rosie Ilett



Is Scotland’s Health Different from the Rest of the UK - and Why?  Open Access Plus

Pp. 12-17 (6)

Phil Hanlon



What are Scotland’s Sexual Health Challenges?  Open Access Plus

Pp. 18-26 (9)

Shirley Fraser



The Development of Sexual Health Service Standards for Scotland  Open Access Plus

Pp. 27-38 (12)

Rak Nandwani



Key Clinical Indicators for Sexual Health: Current National Sexual Health Data Collection and Future Plans  Open Access Plus

Pp. 39-44 (6)

Felicity Naughton and Jim Chalmers



Managing Patients Differently - The Scottish National Sexual Health IT System (NaSH)  Open Access Plus

Pp. 45-58 (14)

Andrew J Winter



Scottish Sexual Health Services: Cinderella Starts Making her Way to the Ball  Open Access Plus

Pp. 59-67 (9)

Alison Bigrigg and Anna Glasier



The Story of Sandyford - Developing Accessible Sexual Health Services in the West of Scotland  Open Access Plus

Pp. 68-80 (13)

Rosie Ilett



Health Improvement Perspectives: Transformation Within Services Through Reaching Out  Open Access Plus

Pp. 81-86 (6)

Phil Eaglesham



Modernising a New Workforce Fit for Purpose in Sexual Health  Open Access Plus

Pp. 87-94 (8)

Lorraine Forster, Martin Murchie and Urszula Bankowska



Partnership Working and Multi-Agency Approaches  Open Access Plus

Pp. 95-102 (8)

Andrew Gardiner



References  Open Access Plus

Pp. 103-112 (10)

Rosie Ilett and Alison Bigrigg



Subject Index  Open Access Plus

Pp. 113-121 (9)

Rosie Ilett and Alison Bigrigg