NHS Tayside Sexual Health & Blood Borne Virus

Welcome to the SHBBV website. Supporting people to have healthy, positive sexual health & wellbeing including all aspects of blood borne virus, prevention, testing, treatment and care.

This is a temporary site while we rebuild our site into something wondrous, informative and, most importantly, useful.

Service Time Changes

Sexual Health Services

Please note all sexual health services are closed on the first Wednesday of each month until 1pm to allow for full service training.

In addition:

Ninewells clinic will not open until 10.30am on Monday 26th March


All three sites (Drumhar, Abbey and Ninewells) will be closed on the following dates due to public holidays

Monday, 2nd April 2018

Monday, 7th May 2018

Monday, 23rd July 2018

Monday, 8th October 2018

Tuesday & Wednesday, 25th & 26th December 2018


Apologies for any inconvenience.


cool2talk promotional film

cool2talk has a new short film that can be used to promote to young people or inform parents/carers & professionals about the service.

BBV/Harm Reduction Awareness Sessions 2018

Our general BBV/Harm Reduction Awareness sessions will provide participants with an awareness of blood borne viruses, reduce stigma associated with BBV and provide knowledge of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and support for people affected by hepatitis B, C and HIV.  The sessions also provide information on harm reduction measures including provision of injecting equipment, alternatives to injecting and overdose advice.  Click her for our Email Flyer (1) with more information.

Anti-HIV drug rolled out across Scotland

From Monday 10th July, Scotland was the first of the UK nations to provide PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis) on the NHS to prevent HIV.  PrEP is now available from every NHS board across the country, provided by specialist sexual health services or, in the Island Boards, through locally agreed arrangements.
PrEP is medication for people who are HIV negative to take before sex to reduce the chance of becoming infected with HIV.   PrEP if taken consistently can significantly lower the risk of becoming infected with HIV (studies have shown up to a 92 percent reduction in risk). However, because the tablet offers less than 100 percent protection it is important to continue using condoms which can also protect against getting other sexually transmitted infections.  If you are HIV negative but have a high risk of being exposed, you should consider taking PrEP. This would include men who have sex with men or transgender women who have had anal sex without a condom or have been diagnosed with a rectal sexually transmitted infection in the past six months.
For more information on eligibility, what taking PrEP involves and how it works, please visit www.prep.scot.
For local information on PrEP and how to access it, please click here.

What can we help you with?

We work across Tayside (as part of NHS Tayside) working to provide the best high quality evidence based services, research and information to support people to have healthy, positive sexual health & wellbeing including all aspects of BBV prevention, testing, treatment and care. This website contains information on services, resources and links on all related topics to SHBBV:


Details on the location and opening times of sexual health & blood borne virus services in Tayside.


The courses offered the level of the course and who it may be relevant to, and information on how to book.


A place where professionals can view and download copies of clinical guidelines on the topic of sexual health & blood borne virus.


Access information on the Health Promotion library, and the many leaflets, books, apps and activities which are available to support work around public health/health promotion.


You can find links to other useful websites in the Links section

LGBT Charter

If you would like to view our progress/journey with the LGBT Charter, you can do so, by clicking on the tab/button above.