FSRH believes that emergency contraception is an essential part of sexual and reproductive health care. Read the download the document in full.
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FSRH believes that women should be able to access safe and legal abortion wherever they live in the UK. This document was updated in December 2017 to include FSRH's new position on the decriminalisation of abortion throughout the UK. In February 2018, an addendum was included to acknowledge that whilst the vast majority of Faculty members agree with decriminalisation of abortion in the UK, not all members support the Faculty’s stance on this issue.
FSRH believes that every young person has the right to access high-quality, confidential, contraceptive care. Read and download the document in full.
FSRH believes the needs and views of men and boys must be included in the conversation about contraceptive care and SRH health more generally. Read and download the document in full.
Teenage pregnancy rates for England and Wales have dropped to their lowest since 1969. Read and download the statement in full.
FSRH believes that all children and young people have the right to high quality PSHE and RSE. Read and download the statement in full.
FSRH believes that staff providing sexual and reproductive healthcare, in whatever setting it is delivered, should treat patients with kindness and respect. Read and download the document in full.
FSRH supports the World Health's Organisation's definition of female genital mutilation (FGM). Read and download the document in full.
FSRH believes that women across the life course should have confidential, quick access to the contraceptive method most suitable for their health and lifestyle needs. Read and download the document in full.
We believe that each individual should be informed about the risks of sexually transmitted infections. Read and download the statement in full.