FSRH Annual Scientific Meeting - 27-28 April 2017 - Cardiff, Wales

Date: 27 Apr 2017 - 28 Apr 2017

Start time: 09:00AM

End time: 05:00PM

Venue: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

Castle Grounds

Cathays Park

Cardiff

Wales

CF10 3ER

Cost: Various

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FSRH Annual Scientific Meeting - 27-28 April 2017 - Cardiff, Wales

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Our 2 day Annual Scientific meeting brings together a range of experts and practitioners from the SRH sector to explore and debate the latest developments in evidence based research, looking at how this evidence will inform and improve SRH practice.

Themes for the 2017 conference include a report on the top 10 contraception research priorities from the Contraception Priority setting partnership, an update on the latest developments in relation to male contraception, and a focus on SRH Service Delivery for trans / non binary people and the implications for training, development of competencies and awareness for these groups.

"Truly amazing conference, inspiring speakers"

"Best conference I’ve been to in years"

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Programme

Day One - Thursday 27 April - Programme

08:30

Registration, Poster Viewing, Exhibition and Refreshments

09:15

Welcome, introduction & President's Report

Dr Asha Kasliwal, President, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

09:25

National Perspective

Dr Anthony Nardone, Health and Wellbeing Lead for Reproductive Health, Sexual Health and HIV, Public Health England

Clinical Effectiveness Unit (CEU Update)     09:45-11:15

Chair: Dr Ailsa Gebbie, Consultant Gynaecologist and Co-Director, Clinical Effectiveness Unit

09:45 

Contraception after pregnancy 

Dr Sharon Cameron, Consultant Gynaecologist and Co-Director, Clinical Effectiveness Unit

10:15

What’s new: Contraception for women with medical problems

Dr Sarah Millar, Community Sexual and Reproductive Health Trainee

10:45 

Emergency contraception

Dr Sarah Hardman, Deputy Director, Clinical Effectiveness Unit

Poster viewing, exhibition and refreshments

Contraception Update 11:45-13:15

Chair: Dr Caroline Scherf, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

 11:45

Male Contraception: 'Where are we now?'

Prof Richard Anderson, Elsie Inglis Professor of Clinical Reproductive Science, the University of Edinburgh

12:15

Contraception: On the horizon

Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

12:45

Contraception Q&A

Chair: Dr Caroline Scherf, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Kingston NHS Foundation Trust.

Panel Members: Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Prof Richard Anderson, Elsie Inglis Professor of Clinical Reproductive Science, the University of Edinburgh. Speaker TBC

 Lunch, Poster Viewing and Exhibition 13:15

13:45

Bayer LogoLunchtime Symposium supported by Bayer NICE management for HMB; getting it right first time

Dr Anne Connolly, GPwSI Gynaecology, Bradford and Vice President, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Short Paper Presentations 14:30-15:30

Chair: Dr Anne Connolly, CPwSI Gynaecology, Bradford and Vice President, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Poster Viewing, exhibition and refreshments 15:30

15:30

Prize giving for oral and poster presentations

Afternoon Streams 16:00-17:30 (please select one)

Stream 1

The Contraception Priority Setting partnership - the top 10 contraception research priorities

Chair: Dr Judith Stephenson, Margaret Pyke Professor of Sexual & Reproductive Health and Interim Director, UCL EGA Institute for Women's Health

Stream 2

Science

Chairs: Dr Jane Dickson, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Melissa Gardner, GP and Sexual Health and Practice Trainer

The vaginal biome

Prof Janneke van de Wijgert, Professor of infection and Global Health, University of Liverpool

Essential endometrium: Physiology and pathology

Prof Hilary Critchley, Professor of Reproductive Medicine, MRC Centre for Reproductive Health, The University of Edinburgh and Head of Deanery of Clinical Sciences, Edinburgh Medical School

Keynote Address 17.30

Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners

18:15

19:30

Welcome Drinks Reception

Curry and Quiz

  "Really quality line up of speakers, great value for money"

Day Two - Friday 28 April - Programme

08:45

Registration, poster viewing, exhibition and refreshments

Joint Session with the British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology (BRITSPAG) 09:15:10:45

Poster viewing, exhibition and refreshments 10:45 

Transgender Session 11:15-12:45

Chair: Dr Janet Michaelis, Associate Specialist in Sexual and Reproductive Health

11:15

Sexual health - a transgender persepctive

Dr Kate Nambiar, Clinical Research Fellow and Specialty Doctor in Sexual Health and HIV Medicine, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

11:45

Young people and gender identity

Speaker tbc

12:15

Perspectives of service delivery in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Suzanne Hopwood, Suzanne Hopwood Associates

 12:45 Lunch, Poster Viewing and Exhibition

Genitourinary Medicine (GUM) Session 13.:45-15:15

Chair: Dr Olwen Williams OBE, Director of Sexual Health Services and Consultant Physician, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

 13:45

HIV and reproductive health

Prof Jane Anderson, Consultant Physician in HIV Medicine, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 

14:15

Reproductive health across the Public Health system - user and professional perspectives

Dr Sue Mann, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Homerton Hospital, London, Medical Expert Reproductive Health, Public Health England

14:45

Non-gonococcal urethritis (NGU)

Dr Anatole Menon-Johansson, Clinical Lead for Sexual Health, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Comfort Break 15:15

 

Afternoon Session 15:30-16:30

Chair: Dr Sadiya Ayaz, Associate GP, Chartfield Surgery

15:30

Premature ovarian insufficiency

Dr Nick Panay, Consultant Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, Queen's Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

16:00

Menopause: Making sense of the science

Dr Heather Currie, Chairman, British Menopause Society and Associate Specialist Gynaecologist, Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary

Close of Conference 16:30

 

 

Venue 

 

The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3ER

How to find the venue.

Booking and abstract submissions

 

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