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Dr Anne Connolly on 5 reasons why you should watch a FSRH webinar
Date: 28 Mar 2018
Author: Dr Anne Connolly
Dr Anne Connolly, writes about FSRH webinars and how they can support your ongoing learning.
Our webinars have been watched over 3000 times during 2017. You can join a webinar live or watch the recording at your convenience on the webinars page in the members’ area of the FSRH website. Feedback has been very positive to this added membership benefit offering, if you haven’t yet watch a webinar here are some reasons why you should:
1. It is an easy way keep up-to-date – our webinars are 60 minutes max, so they offer a focused way to update yourself on a topic.
2. It counts towards your CPD – if watch at least 45 minutes of the live webinar, you will receive an emailed certificate of attendance. You can use this in your appraisal and as part of your recertification of your FSRH qualifications.
3. You can watch at your convenience – once the live webinar has taken place, the recordings are available for watching at your convenience. Once you have registered on the FSRH site, just visit My Webinars to view the links and codes to the previous webinars.
4. You can replay the key points – if you want a quick refresher on a topic, or want to take notes, the replay function (which is like playing a video) can help you.
5. They are free to FSRH members – all FSRH members can access forthcoming and past webinars for free.
Register for our next webinar
NICE’s updated guideline: Heavy menstrual bleeding: assessment and management – what is means in practice
Thursday 3 May
19:30 – 20:30 (GMT)
NICE's updated guideline helps healthcare professionals investigate the cause of heavy periods that are affecting a woman’s quality of life and to offer the right treatments, taking into account the woman’s priorities and preferences.
Dr Anne Connolly, GP, Dr Diana Mansour, Consultant and Dr Asha Kasliwal, Consultant, will be discussing the new guideline, what it means for SRH clinicians and the women they treat. They will also make reference to the relevant FSRH Clinical Guidelines. In addition to the discussion, there will be a chance for participants to ask questions during the webinar.
If you cannot join this webinar live you can watch it again (from Monday 14 May) and the other webinars by logging into the FSRH website and viewing this My Webinars page.
Not yet registered on the FSRH website? Watch this short video which takes you through the easy steps.