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In a research paper published in the Ulster Medical Journal inacademics from the departments of Mental Health, Social Studies and Psychology at QUB said their use of electrical aversion therapy was rare by that nortthern. Robin Swann said: "Any one of us may require a blood transfusion in the future and we need to be confident that the blood we receive is safe.
The aim of electrical aversion therapy was for him to associate homosexual desire with pain or unpleasant feelings. But they did still use it.
Init was decided the health department would begin preparatory work on a policy change to reduce the deferral time in Northern Ireland to bring it into line with the rest of the UK. Related Topics.
northhern A spokesperson for QUB has expressed regret for the use of aversion therapy. After the restoration of Stormont in January and the appointment of Robin Swann, the health minister said he took the decision to support recommendations on the policy from the UK group on the Safety of Blood, Tissues and Organs in February.
The change will take effect from 1 June, bringing NI into line with the rest of the UK, which adopted the three-month limit in Northern Ireland blood donation rules relaxed for gay and bisexual men Published 29 April image copyrightGetty Images image captionThe change brings Northern Ireland into line with the rest of the UK, which adopted the three-month limit in Gay and bisexual men in Northern Ireland will soon be able to donate blood three months after their last sexual activity, the department of health has announced.
However, when he went to QUB as a student in the late s he was referred to nirthern Department of Mental Health at the university.
But this would mdets to be ed off by a health minister, who was not in post due to the collapse of the power-sharing government. He was shown pictures of naked men and given electric shocks if he was aroused.
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The health minister said on Wednesday his decision was based on "evidence regarding the safety of donated blood". No evidence treatment worked "We have a particular interest in the use of methods for producing heterosexual interest in exclusive homosexuals," they reported.
The policy was to wait a year. John had grown up in the s in a rural Northern Ireland town.