AIDS

Sexually transmitted diseases

The HUG Gynecology Division informs, screens, and treats women and girls who have sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

If detected in time, most STDs are cured. Untreated, they can have serious consequences, such as infertility, extrauterine pregnancies, and chronic pain, and they significantly increase the risk of HIV infection. In Switzerland, it is estimated that more than 50% of cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea affect women 15 to 24 years of age.

AIDS

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Better adhesion to treatment

Growing old with HIV is now a reality. People who just a few years ago felt as though they had no real future, are now faced with age-related diseases.

Sexual Health and Family Planning

Mission

Mission of the Sexual Health and Family Planning Unit

The Sexual Health and Family Planning Unit (USSPF) is a free, confidential public service, which helps to promote quality of life, the health of individuals, couples and families, at different stages in emotional, interpersonal and sexual life.

The unit promotes sexual health in men and women, regardless of age, culture, religion and sexual orientation.

Particular attention is given to adolescents, migrants, individuals who are experiencing psychosocial vulnerability or who are experiencing a crisis in their sexual or reproductive life.

See the WHO's definition of sexual health.

The mission of USSPF is governed by various legal frameworks [FR].

 

Reasons for consultation

Overview of the various services the USSPF provides.

 

News

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Activity reports

Activity report 2017 [FR] [pdf]
Activity report 2016 [FR] [pdf]
Activity report 2015 [FR] [pdf]
Activity report 2014 [FR] [pdf]
Activity report 2013 [FR] [pdf]
Activity report 2012 [FR] [pdf]

Infectious Diseases

Mission

Mission of the Infectious Diseases Division

The Infectious Diseases Division’s objective is to balance clinical activity by responding to the needs of a university hospital, and academic research and education activities with the Faculty of Medicine.

It performs the diagnosis and treatment of all patients suffering from an infectious disease, such as HIV/AIDS patient (FR) where all applicable measures to even stop the progression of their pathology are established in coordination with interdisciplinary care.

Clinical activity is performed by a team of senior physicians having a specialization in infectious diseases and having acquired a specific expertise in infectiology or in microbiology.

The division works in close collaboration with the Bacteriology and Virology Laboratories (Laboratory Medicine Division), Infection Prevention and Control Division, Transplant Surgery Division and the Orthopedic Surgery and Musculoskeletal Trauma Care Division.

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