Sexual health on campus and at Gløshaugen medical centre
Due to summer holidays, the sexual health service at campus and at Gløshaugen medical centre will be closed until the autumn semester. The service will reopen at following dates:
Sexual health service at campus: Monday 17th of August
Sexual health service at Gløshaugen medical centre: Wednesday 19th of August
Because of the outbreak of Covid-19, there will be some changes to the service on offer. We will do our best to offer you the same level of service, while still abiding the regulations relating to infection control measures. More information about the changes will be posted here at the start of the semester.
Do you have any questions or concerns regarding your sexual health? We have a team of experienced and approachable public health nurses who are here to help you.
The public health nurses will be available at different campuses during the week.
What can the public health nurse help me with?
The public health nurse can answer questions about:
- Relationships, sexuality, pregnancy and abortion
- Sexually transmitted diseases and risks of infections
- Chlamydia testing
They also give out free condoms and free prescriptions for contraceptives.
Do I have to book an appointment?
No, you don’t have to book an appointment. This is a walk-in service, which is available to all students who have paid the semester fee.
Where can I find the public health nurses?
The public health nurses will be available at different campuses in Trondheim during the week:
|Campus||Day and time||Location|
|NTNU Gløshaugen||Monday 12.15-14.45||The conversation room, Gamle Kjemi (1st floor)|
|NTNU Kalvskinnet||Wednesday 11.00-12.00||Lysholm room U1.074|
|NTNU Tungasletta||Tuesday 11.00-12.00||Room A107 (ground floor)|
|DMMH||Wednesday 11.00-12.00||Room 225|
|BI Trondheim||Thursday biweekly (on even numbered weeks) 11.00-12.00||Room 570.1|
|NTNU Dragvoll||Friday 12.15-15.00||Room 2334|
Sexual health service at Gløshaugen Medical Centre
Every Wednesday, Gløshaugen medical centre have a walk-in service for sexual health. Here you’ll meet a friendly team of doctors, nurses, medical students and medical secretaries who’ll help you get tested for STDs, but will also be available to answer any questions you might have about sexual health.
This service is open from 4pm to 7pm, with latest registration at 6.30pm. This service is free of charge.