Two surveys were undertaken to review (1) provision of Chlamydia trachomatis screening by family planning (FP) clinics in the London region and (2) access to emergency contraception (EC) from genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics within the former North Thames region. The findings from the first survey suggest that there is insufficient screening (and treatment) in vulnerable groups attending FP clinics. Results from the second survey show that hormonal EC is widely available from within GUM clinics, and those clinics also provide a range of other contraception services. However, these details may not be widely recognised either by policymakers or the general public.
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