Reproducing or translating FSRH copyrighted material
All FSRH materials, including but not limited to clinical standards, guidelines, UK MEC, published statements, eLearning resources and electronic documents published by the FSRH are copyright protected. Depending on the nature of a request to reproduce or translate FSRH copyrighted materials, a fee may be charged.
Using FSRH materials in a clinical setting
Please note there is no restriction on our materials for the purposes listed below.
- To support and inform your day-to-day clinical work
- For personal use for revision for exams or study purposes, or to show to patients in a clinical setting
Use of FSRH materials for other purposes
If you wish to reproduce or translate FSRH copyrighted materials to present at an event, use in a publication or to support the delivery of study courses in the form of printed or digital course materials, you must seek copyright approval from us beforehand. If you are a commercial organisation benefiting financially from using FSRH materials, a charge for use may apply.
To request permission to reproduce or translate FSRH copyrighted materials, please complete a request form.
Please note that upon receipt of full information required to make assess the request, you should normally receive a decision within 10 working days.
Use of the FSRH logo by third parties
The FSRH logo is the intellectual property of the FSRH. There is strict control on use of the FSRH logo by third parties.
Permission to use the logo is only provided for FSRH business or where the FSRH has participated in an event, publication or collaborative activity, or where use of the logo is specifically agreed in advance and a licence has been issued.
To request permission to use the FSRH logo, or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enquiries about use of FSRH copyrighted materials
For general enquiries regarding requests to use FSRH copyrighted materials, please contact email@example.com.