The FSRH CEU has produced a quick guide on conducting systematic literature reviews to answer clinical questions. This brief and easy-to-use guide aims to support FSRH members to conduct a systematic literature search/review to answer clinical enquiries they may have. Download the guide here.
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This new guidance, published by Health Education England (HEE) and NHS Improvement describes what the NHS should be doing now to support staff grade, associate specialist, and specialty (SAS) doctors. It aims to kickstart a process for better recognition and support for SAS doctors.
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Kindly shared by NHS Lothian and RCOG Include a range of training material, SOP, PGD and clinical aids to facilitate provision of postpartum contraception
Kindly shared by NHS Lothian Examples of patient information leaflets you can use at abortion care services
A Northern Ireland Charter from the BMA for SAS doctors.
The aim of the National Audit is to provide an electronic tool, as a members’ benefit, to support individual members to audit the sexual and reproductive services they offer. It is primarily focused on primary care but is also reproducible in specialist services and voluntary agencies. The final report will provide an overview of the development of the National Audit, presentation of the key findings from the National Audit and a reflection on the learning gathered from participant’s feedback.