Tackling chlamydia: Local government's new public health role
published by Local Government Association
11 December 2014
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection which affects around two to three per cent of sexually active young adults. Rates are higher in young people from deprived neighbourhoods.
This briefing for councillors and officers explains the challenges and the opportunities they have to tackle chlamydia and reduce the burden of poor sexual and reproductive health in local communities.
Price For Non-Members: FREE
Price For Members: FREE
Reference Code: L14-637
3 February 2017