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Sex and the Natsal surveys – how do you compare?

Updated Thursday, 11 February 2021

During 2021, as part of a research enrichment public engagement grant from the Wellcome Trust, we are developing several Open Educational Resources (OERs). Specifically OERs derived from the National Surveys of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal).

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The first is an animation - “5 facts you didn’t know about sex in Britain” which can be viewed above, followed by our interactive - “No sex please, we’re British!”,  a quiz designed to explore your sexual attitudes against the Natsal findings, we also have an article - "Five surprising facts about sex and the pandemic" with our last but not least - "Sex stats for the British population" an interactive stats tool giving you access to all of Natsal-3 data in a fun and easy-to-use way.

Mae'r adnodd yma hefyd ar gael yn Gymraeg. | This resource is also available in Welsh.

Wellcome Trust logo This work has been funded by a Wellcome Trust research enrichment public engagement grant. Grant number: 212931/Z/18/A 


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