The Equality Act 2010 requires the FSRH to provide reasonable adjustments for people with a disability in the provision of its services, in order that people with a disability are treated fairly. The need to make a reasonable adjustment arises when a disabled person is put at substantial disadvantage to a person who is not disabled.
This policy outlines the normal Faculty procedures relating to applications for mitigating circumstances. Mitigating circumstances are defined as unforeseen, unpreventable circumstances that significantly disrupt a candidate’s performance in an examination. This should not be confused with long term issues such as medical conditions, for which the Faculty can make reasonable adjustments before assessment.
This document outlines the policy and procedures for any candidates who wish to make a complaint or submit an appeal in relation to an assessment or examination of an FSRH qualification.
This is the checklist used to review and approve Sexual and Reproductive Health Specialty Doctor posts
This is the checklist used to review and approve Sexual and Reproductive Health Consultant posts
This is the checklist used to review and approve Sexual and Reproductive Health Specialist Doctor posts
Final draft Service Standard for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare 2021
Download and save the FSRH complaints policy - last updated May 2022.
FSRH Transformation Programme Manager - Job Description
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Northern Ireland Committee Terms of Reference, updated 2021