FSRH welcomes the opportunity to respond to this consultation on the expansion of undergraduate medical education.
FSRH welcomes the publication of the ONS’ quarterly statistics on conceptions for women aged under 18 in England and Wales (January to March 2016). Overall, the data shows a continuous decline in under-18 conceptions, including a decrease in rates from 21.8 to 19.9 per 1.000 in comparison to the same quarter last year (January to March 2015). Wales alone shows a slightly bigger decline, from 24.1 to 21.5 per 1.000 for the same period.
We want to see the next Government take a life course approach to improve the health of all women and girls at every age and stage of their lives. The next Government needs to invest now and place women at the centre of their own care, educating and empowering them to make informed choices.
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FSRH welcomes the publication of the Office for National Statistics’ data for annual conceptions in England and Wales 2015.
FSRH believes that contraception is a fundamental right. Download the document in full.
Anybody - irrespective of gender, sexuality or age - can experience domestic and sexual violence. Read and download the document in full.
We believe that the sexual rights of people with disabilities should be recognised and appropriately supported. Read and download the document in full.