P036 Improving larc uptake: a retrospective study into the role and impact of enhanced sexual health services in community pharmacies

@article{Peacham2017P036IL,
  title={P036 Improving larc uptake: a retrospective study into the role and impact of enhanced sexual health services in community pharmacies},
  author={Anthony Peacham and Merle Symonds and Liat Sarner},
  journal={Sexually Transmitted Infections},
  year={2017},
  volume={93},
  pages={A29}
}
Introduction Unwanted pregnancies and low uptake of LARC continues to be problematic in 15–44 year olds in an East London Borough. Between April 15 and March 16, 45 pharmacies were commissioned, as part of the local enhanced sexual health service (LES) to provide emergency hormonal contraception (EHC) and contraception advice with the aim of increasing LARC uptake in Methods Analysis of self-sample STI tests via the Doctor’s Laboratory and consultations documented via PharmOutcomes, and… CONTINUE READING