Welcome to the FSRH
FSRH is a faculty of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists established on the 26th March 1993 as the Faculty of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care. In 2007 the organisation changed its name to the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare as this was more relevant to the current functions of the specialty.
The Faculty grants diplomas, certificates, fellowships and equivalent recognition of specialist knowledge and skills in sexual and reproductive health care.
As a body it promotes conferences and lectures, provides a clinical advisory service and publishes the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care.
- Press statement - New Department of Health Guidance on abortion care
FSRH Statement Medical Leadership of Sexual & Reproductive Health Services: non-consultant Medical Leads
Guidance on the status of doctors who currently function as the medical lead of SRH services but who are not on the specialist Register and not therefore employed as a Consultant.
Recording FGM How the New Rules Affect General Practitioners
Vasectomy and Prostate Cancer July 2014
FSRH Welcomes Nurses at a one day conference
PGA Med Ed (SRH). Suitable qualified nurses and doctors who wish to gain the PGA Med Ed(SRH) award and progress their teaching skills to become Faculty Registered Trainers are welcome to apply to join the September 2-day residential course to be held at the University of Keele on September 11th and 12th. Please click this link for further details.
European Medicines Agency (EMA) findings on Weight and Efficacy of Emergency Contraception
In 2014, The European Medicines Agency (EMA) initiated a review which sought to assess whether increased bodyweight and body mass index (BMI) reduce the efficacy of oral emergency contraception. As soon as their findings are available, the FSRH will publish a response.
DH Abortion Guidelines published - letter from FSRH and RCOG
NICE - Public Health Programme Guidance on Contraceptive services with a focus on young people up to the age of 25
There is now a new page for Sexual and Reproductive Health on the RCGP website at http://www.rcgp.org.uk/policy/rcgp-policy-areas/maternity-care.aspx
RCGP Position Statement - The commissioning of sexual & reproductive healthcare in England
Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care - updates
The following are now available on ‘The Journal’ section: Online first, Blog and Podcasts