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FSRH, RCOG & RCM Guidance Provision of Contraceptive Services in Maternity Services during COVID-19 February 2021
Joint guidance on provision of postnatal contraception during the COVID-19 pandemic by the FSRH, RCOG and RCM
February 2021 Advice for women seeking contraception, abortion and other sexual and reproductive healthcare during COVID-19
This document provides advice to women who may be seeking sexual and reproductive healthcare during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
FSRH guidance essential SRH services during a third COVID-19 lockdown in the UK and beyond January 2021
Guidance aimed at all UK commissioners and healthcare providers in primary care and specialist services. It updates and supersedes the guidance on service provision during the second COVID-19 wave released in October 2020.
November 2020 Advice for women seeking contraception, abortion and other sexual and reproductive healthcare during the COVID-19 second wave
This document provides advice to women who may be seeking sexual and reproductive healthcare during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic
As part of their ongoing support to the wider sexual and reproductive healthcare (SRH) system, PHE have developed a ‘guided discussion’ to support the evaluation of SRH interventions.
Ensuring provision of SRH services during the second COVID-19 wave and beyond in the UK 16 October 2020
Guidance aimed at all UK commissioners and healthcare providers in primary care and specialist services.
FSRH guidance on planning for LARC Procedures following the publication of the NICE COVID-19 rapid guideline
Nationally, non-urgent procedures are beginning to resume and we are adapting our practice to deliver SRH in a different way to minimise risks associated with COVID-19. NICE have recently published ‘COVID-19 rapid guideline: arranging planned care in hospitals and diagnostic services’. Clinicians working in community settings have requested clarification of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s stance in light of this document. After consideration of the ‘NICE COVID-19 rapid guideline: arranging planned care in hospitals and diagnostic services the FSRH make the following recommendations for those working in community services.
Partners across the sector are working to understand the impact of COVID-19 on sexual health, reproductive health, and HIV to inform recovery and renewal plans. This survey, developed by Central North West London NHS Trust, for health care practitioners can be adapted to your local needs.
PHE is collating examples of how sexual health and reproductive health services have adapted during the COVID-19 response and are keen to hear about local innovations focusing on less well served populations. If you would like to submit a practice example please use this template and return to: Faye.Callaghan@phe.gov.uk.