The Sexual and Reproductive Health Profiles have been developed by Public Health England (PHE) to support local authorities, public health leads and other interested parties monitor the sexual and reproductive health of their population and the contribution of local public health related systems.
Interactive maps, charts and tables provide a snapshot and trends across a range of topics including teenage pregnancy, abortions, contraception, HIV, sexually transmitted infections and sexual offences. Wider influences on sexual health such as alcohol use, and other topics particularly relating to teenage conceptions such as education and deprivation level, are also included.
To accompany this tool, advice and further data can be found in:
The data is grouped into six domains: Key Indicators; HIV and STIs; Reproductive Health; Teenage Pregnancy; Wider Determinants of Health; All Indicators. The Key Indicators provide a summary overview of sexual and reproductive health and include those in the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF).
Select 'Area Type'
Choose one of the following in the 'Area Type' box to view & compare available indicators:
Then choose how to group these using the other geographies outlined above
The tool allows you to:
The tool has been developed using the Fingertips web tool. More guidance on using Fingertips is available in the generic user guide and rather dated video tutorials. We are considering how we might usefully develop such guidance tailored specifically to the Sexual and Reproductive Health Profiles.
The range of indicators and their presentation will be extended and refined as further data sources and software functionality become available. An outline calendar of planned and historic tool updates is available here.
We also make ongoing improvements to the accompanying indicator definitions following user feedback and reviews.
Feedback and contact details
Comments on this web resource are welcome - please email us via the 'Contact Us' button at the top of the screen.
Alternatively, you may wish to discuss issues raised with local or regional PHE contacts, including PHE Sexual Health Facilitators who are attached to each PHE Centre.