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Service Standards for Resuscitation in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare - August 2016

File size: 1005kb | Date: 19 August 2016 | Clinical Standards - PDF

Published 2006. Current Version: August 2016 Review date: 2019 This document should be used in conjunction with national guidelines from other relevant professional bodies and locally agreed policies and procedures. It is important that each service identifies the level of equipment and training needed to deal with common emergencies on the basis of a local risk assessment.

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FSRH Standards Service Standards on Confidentiality Oct 2015

File size: 622kb | Date: 1 October 2015 | Clinical Standards - PDF

The Faculty’s Service Standards for Sexual Health Services also includes a standard on confidentiality. It is essential, if the legal requirements are to be met and the trust of patients is to be retained, that the NHS provides, and is seen to provide, a confidential service. This is of particular importance to matters relating to sexual and reproductive health and services need to keep up to date with current national policies and guidance.

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FSRH Service Standards Consultations in SRH 2015

File size: 439kb | Date: 1 January 2015 | Clinical Standards - PDF

This standard provides guidance on the best practice for clinicians conducting Consultations in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare to provide safe, efficient and effective healthcare that is patient centred and equitable.

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FSRH Clinical Standards for Risk Management Jul 2014

File size: 275kb | Date: 1 July 2014 | Clinical Standards - PDF

Risk Management is an approach to improving the quality and safety of health care by identifying circumstances that put patients and staff at risk and acting to prevent or control those risks.

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FSRH Clinical Standards Record Keeping Jul 2014

File size: 490kb | Date: 1 July 2014 | Clinical Standards - PDF

Good record keeping ensures that clinicians and other staff can readily access information to provide efficient and high quality care. It facilitates continuity of care whilst informing and justifying decision making in a manner that it is clear to all. In the event of complaints, untoward incidents and medico-legal cases, accurate and comprehensive documentation supports efficient resolution. In addition, good clinical records support audit, management, planning, policy, commissioning and research.