Fearnhead Cross & Longford Street Surgeries

Fearnhead Cross Medical Practice, 25 Fearnhead Cross, Warrington, WA2 0HD

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Longford Street Surgery, Longford Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA2 7QZ | Telephone: 01925 255600

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HIS-UK

To participate in the HIS-UK research project, patients aged 18-25 years and male are asked to fill out an online survey where they can Earn up to £50: www.his-uk.net/pic02 

Condoms are the most effective method at reducing the risk of STIs as long as they are used consistently (every sex act, using the condom from start to finish) and correctly (the condom is put on and then removed properly).
While many interventions aim to encourage condom use through knowledge and skills promotion, most do not address the reasons for condom non-use such as negative attitudes, decreased sensation, reduced sexual pleasure, fit-and-feel problems, application issues, and erection difficulties.

The HIS-UK intervention has been designed specifically to help tackle some of these reasons through the promotion of self-practice and pleasurable condom use self-awareness.
This study is a randomised controlled superiority trial with three-parallel groups (two intervention and one control arm)
See www.his-uk.net for further information

Study Aim and Objectives
To assess the effectiveness of HIS-UK, as compared to usual condom distribution care, to:
• reduce new chlamydia infection
• improve correct and consistent condom use
To assess the cost effectiveness of HIS-UK as compared to usual condom distribution care

Eligibility to participate in this trial: 

  • Male
  • Aged 18-25 years

The link to complete the survey is: www.his-uk.net/pic02 

Opening Times- Fearnhead Cross Medical Centre

  • Monday
    08:30am to 06:00pm
    Phone lines open 8-6.30 for emergencies
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