Read and download the statement here.
This short guide details what kind of information to include in evidence to the Inquiry into Access to Contraception. Please note that this is intended as a guide only, and evidence is not necessarily unimportant if it falls outside of these areas.
Public Health England (PHE) invites FSRH members to take part in the national Reproductive Health Indicators Delphi consensus process. This process aims to develop a set of core indicators, which will be the first of their kind in the UK, and will remedy the paucity of data on reproductive health.
Joint election manifesto published by FSRH and The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) ahead of the General Election 2019.
FSRH has published “Better care, a better future: Implementing our Vision for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare in Northern Ireland”, a plan to support the implementation of our Vision for improved sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care for all in Northern Ireland. The plan was developed by the FSRH Northern Ireland Committee.
FSRH's plan to implement its Vision of improved sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care for all in Wales. The plan offers practical solutions to help those involved in service planning and delivery to guarantee that standards of care are upheld across the nation.
The AoMRC, FSRH, RCOG, RCGP, RCPath and RCPCH believe there is a need for SRH care to be more broadly integrated into women’s healthcare pathways in the NHS. We are calling for integrated holistic commissioning of SRH, with one body maintaining oversight and holding accountability for all commissioning decisions.
The FSRH RCOG abortion care factsheet is a free resource for professionals in secondary schools to use in relationships and sex education (RSE) lessons. It aims to ensure that professionals involved in educating young people have a factually accurate, unbiased and evidence-based source of information about abortion in the UK.
The FSRH Scotland Committee has developed a plan of implementation to deliver FSRH’s Vision in Scotland. The plan of implementation was launched at a seminar in Edinburgh this summer with the presence of MSPs, the Minister for Public Health, clinicians and other stakeholders. The discussions held at the seminar are summarised in this report, focusing on how barriers prevent delivery of high-quality SRH care in Scotland with a focus on people experiencing social exclusion.
FSRH president Dr Asha Kasliwal talks about the importance of communication and commitment to patient safety by all healthcare staff during service visits with Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Jeremy Hunt.