Public health minister Tessa Jowell has urged public health campaigners to promote 'double Dutch' in sexual health campaigns. Trailing 'the UK's first government strategy on sexual health' last week, she said encouraging the use of a barrier method of contraception and a hormonal contraceptive would 'help protect against both sexually transmitted infections and unwanted pregnancy'. The strategy will be developed over the next 12 months and published next year. At the Family Planning Association's annual conference in London, Ms Jowell said it would concentrate on improving access to services, developing training and 'adding value' to campaigns by 'encouraging a more mature attitude to sex'.