FSRH Annual Report & Accounts 2011
FSRH Annual Reports & Accounts 2012
Statement on the Office for National Statistics’ release ‘Conceptions in England and Wales: 2014’ (March 2016)
FSRH comments on the Office for National Statistics’ release ‘Conceptions in England and Wales:2014’: No room for complacency
General Training Diploma Training Requirements (Updated Feb 2018)
FSRH Statement on the release of the National Maternity Review’s Better Births:Improving outcomes of maternity services in England (Feb 2016)
In this statement FSRH comments on the National Maternity Review’s report Better births, which seeks to outline and address the main issues facing maternity services in England.
FSRH welcomes the Health Select Committee’s Inquiry into the impact of the Comprehensive Spending Review on health and social care. Our response is focused on the cuts to the public health. We are extremely concerned that the Chancellor’s announcement of a further 3.9% annual cut to public health budgets, on top of the £200 million previously announced, will have a disastrous impact on contraceptive provision in England.
Today (25.11.2015) in his annual Spending Review, Chancellor George Osborne announced further cuts to the public health grant. This is on top of the recently confirmed 6.2% reduction in Local Authority public health budgets across the country.
The FSRH welcomes the publication of the new NICE Menopause Guideline in November 2015 which includes 64 recommendations relevant to UK clinical practice.
FSRH Response Department of Health's Consultation 'Public health grant: proposed target allocation formula for 2016/17'. Nov 2015
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Advisory Committee on Resource Allocation (ACRA)’s proposed target allocation formula for the 2016/17 public health grant.
FSRH Response to the Department of Health’s consultation on the Government’s mandate to NHS England Nov 2015
We are particularly keen to demonstrate our agreement with the Government’s overarching aims for the Mandate to NHS England, as well as its priorities for the health and care system. As the representative body of the bulk of SRH healthcare professionals in the UK, we unreservedly support the prioritisation of preventing ill-health and supporting people to live healthier lives.