The report is mainly intended for employees and decision-makers within county councils, municipalities, civil society organisations as well as relevant authorities and professional associations. The report aims to contribute with knowledge for health promotion and disease prevention work.
HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) may have consequences for the individual person and society. Infections can be prevented by dissemination of knowledge, testing, guidance and by supporting behavioural changes when necessary.
The Public Health Agency of Sweden has a national responsibility for public health issues and works to ensure good public health. The agency also works to ensure that the population is protected against communicable diseases and other health threats.
This is a report on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and STI prevention among young people and young adults (16-29 years) living with HIV in Sweden. The report is based on a survey conducted in 2018. The starting point is the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s work on the national HIV
The Public Health Agency of Sweden has, on behalf of the government, developed a national strategy for sexual and reproductive health and rights. The overall objective of the strategy is to achieve good, fair, and equal sexual and reproductive health in the entire population. The strategy also
SWEDRES 2002 shows statistics on antibiotic sales and antibiotic resistance in bacteria from both humans and animals. The report is a co-production between the Public Health Agency of Sweden the National Veterinary Institute (SVA).
The report describes Sweden’s work on containment of antibiotic resistance, characterised by long-term, structured measures and collaborations on local, national and international levels of many disciplines and sectors.
This report describes a health economic evaluation that investigates the potential cost-effectiveness of an extension of the national vaccination programme for children against human papilloma virus to also include boys. Today, only girls are offered vaccination within the national vaccination
SWEDRES 2001 shows statistics on antibiotic sales and antibiotic resistance in bacteria from both humans and animals. The report is a co-production between the Public Health Agency of Sweden the National Veterinary Institute (SVA).