Sexual Health Services Survey

Posted on: 18 Jun 2018

Derbyshire County Council is currently working with Derbyshire Community Health Services (DCHS) NHS Foundation Trust on a sexual health social marketing project to improve access to the sexual health services available in Derbyshire. As part of the project, we are aiming to increase public awareness of the DCHS sexual health brand. To launch the project, we’re undertaking a brand awareness survey to help us measure baseline awareness levels and behaviours, which we can benchmark against in the future to measure any change in awareness and behaviour following the campaign.


We will be promoting the survey for the next month until 6th July 2018. It would be greatly appreciated if you are able to support us on this project by sharing this survey across your communication channels such as websites, social media and newsletters (if possible). Please do get in touch with me if you have any questions regarding the research. Below is the live survey link to use.


Survey link:

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