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Sexual Health Research Network

The Sexual Health Research Network is the UK’s first comprehensive Network aimed primarily at researchers across academic disciplines as well as those engaged in research across other sectors. The main purpose is to provide an opportunity around which interested researchers across the UK can gain critical mass in response to disease prevention, behavioural change, methodological innovation and policy developments.

Membership of the Network is free and open to researchers across all disciplines, from biomedical through to social sciences, and to health practitioners with a research remit. So whether you work at a university, in the NHS or for a charity, we hope the site will provide you with useful information on current research.

Members can contribute by writing short blog posts or taking part in a podcast conversation.  The podcasts can be found on iTunes, where you can subscribe, or listen direct from the SHRN site.

Signing-up to the mailing list will provide you with access to a useful weekly, curated list of recently published peer reviewed articles on the topics of sexual and reproductive health and blood borne viruses.  You can easily control whether to continue to receive these emails each week. 

The site also has a searchable database of interactive digital interventions, and plans to expand to include other such useful databases in future. 

The Network is run by Dr Karen Lorimer at Glasgow Caledonian University.  If you have any topic you would like to discuss please get in touch with her: