We believe that the sexual rights of people with disabilities should be recognised and appropriately supported. Read and download the document in full.
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FSRH believes that women should be able to access safe and legal abortion wherever they live in the UK. This document was updated in December 2017 to include FSRH's new position on the decriminalisation of abortion throughout the UK. In February 2018, an addendum was included to acknowledge that whilst the vast majority of Faculty members agree with decriminalisation of abortion in the UK, not all members support the Faculty’s stance on this issue.
FSRH believes that emergency contraception is an essential part of sexual and reproductive health care. Read the download the document in full.
FSRH supports the World Health's Organisation's definition of female genital mutilation (FGM). Read and download the document in full.
FSRH press release detailing the launch of its updated Emergency Contraception guideline
This is the application form for the FSRH External Affairs Assistant Role.
We are looking for a bright individual towards the beginning of their career, with an interest in healthcare policy and a passion for improving society. Excellent writing skills are essential, as is a broad understanding of communications techniques, including around deployment of media, social media and public affairs to engage policy makers and the general public around the issues that our members and their patients face. A key requirement of the role will be to draw on the experience of FSRH’s members and committees to influence the direction of policy in women’s healthcare in each part of the UK.
Download the full advert for the role of External Affairs Assistant here.
FSRH Statement on the Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2015 Baby Boomers: Fit for the future
FSRH welcomes the publication of the Chief Medical Officer’s Annual Report for 2015 Baby Boomers: Fit for the future.
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