IReSH is a network that that brings researchers, health practitioners and community stakeholders together to collaborate on research in sexual health and blood borne viruses in Scotland. The network includes researchers, NHS clinicians and health promotion practitioners, policymakers, third sector organisations and community groups. Through our events and online presence, we aim to share our research and practice in order to identify and respond to existing sexual health and BBV inequalities and challenges and to promote wellbeing in Scotland.
We’ve been working hard on revamping the IReSH website and are pleased to share this new platform with our network. In addition to a streamlined look, our site offers information about and content from our upcoming and past events and activities. We have also added blogs from IReSH members that talk about the research and partnership work members do, including reporting on completed research, describing events and research collaborations, and reflections on key issues around sexual health and wellbeing.
Our website and network are for the wider sexual health and blood borne virus community in Scotland who are interested in, affected by and working on sexual health and wellbeing. We welcome you to the site and encourage you to sign up to the network to receive news about IReSH and IReSH member activities and to take part in our events.