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HealthExpress joins live online clinic

Published : Thursday June 13, 2013 | Posted in : HealthExpress News

HealthExpress are pleased to announce that from June 12-18th we will be teaming up with talkhealth and NHS Choices to lead an online sexual health clinic. Also sponsoring the event will be several respected health organisations and charities including, Terrence Higgins Trust, Saving Lives, Women's Health Concern, Brook and the Lesbian & Gay Foundation.

Now open, the live clinic will comprise of a panel of medical experts who will be on hand to answer your sexual health questions, share tips and provide their professional advice working towards improving awareness of everyday sexual health matters.

The healthcare professionals participating in the sexual health clinic includes specialists, such as sexual health advisor & psychosexual therapist Natasha Anderson, general practitioner Dr Richard Ma, and our very own chief medical advisor Dr Hilary Jones. Each member of the panel will have a chance to share their knowledge on the following topics: contraception, pregnancy, sex & relationships, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

With a variety of sub forums, the talkhealth online clinic will aim to cover all areas of sexual health in order to answer all your sexual health queries. Although anybody can enter the clinic forums, you will need to actively become a talkhealth member to ask questions and join the discussion. Becoming a talkhealth member is free and can be easily done by visiting the sexual health clinic.

At HealthExpress we continuously try to support altruistic health campaigns for the greater good, in this case lending support to an online forum platform in which the general public can connect with experts for free. In addition to the question-and-answer discussion happening at the live clinic, there is also plenty of practical information on the topic of STIs at HealthExpress, which can be accessed online 24/7. Chief medical advisor Dr Hilary presents a series of videos accompanied by written articles on common conditions such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea, genital herpes and genital warts for those who cannot attend this week's live clinic.

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