e-Learning for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (eSRH)

e-learning for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (e-SRH) supports healthcare professionals in acquiring the relevant knowledge needed for delivering sexual and reproductive healthcare.

It has been developed by FSRH in partnership with Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH).

Enhanced content, relevant to your workplace

The e-SRH programme has been updated to be more relevant to current practice and compliment our redesigned FSRH Diploma (DFSRH) as well as other FSRH qualifications, such as our Letter of Competence (LoCs).

Each session’s learning outcomes are clearly stated alongside the FSRH Diploma assessments, enabling candidates to better tailor their learning for their own needs. 


Please note: 

Courses 17 and 18 from the previous eSRH, have been added to this new programme. These courses are currently being updated and will become new courses 14 and 15 at a later date.

Courses 17 and 18 are fit for purpose and are necessary learning for the FSRH Letters of Competence (LoCs). Users will be informed when courses 17 and 18 are being retired and replaced with courses 14 and 15. 

eSRH Curriculum

eSRH content has been updated to align with learning outcomes for our redesigned Diploma. It also supports other qualifications such as our Letter of Competence qualifications.

The eSRH curriculum covers the following topics. Sessions are interactive and accessible, at anytime, anywhere.

Learners can access information, read articles, undertake self-assessments, view video clips and animation, along with real-life case studies to support their learning.

  • Basic anatomy and physiology
  • Health history and risk assessment
  • Contraceptive choices
  • Emergency contraception
  • Contraception: managing side-effects and complications of use
  • Planning pregnancy
  • Unintended pregnancy and abortion
  • Early pregnancy
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
  • SRH needs of specific groups
  • Adult and child/young person safeguarding
  • Psychosexual medicine
  • Cervical screening
  • Additional training: Subdermal Contraceptive Implants (SDI)
  • Additional training: Intrauterine techniques (IUT)

How to access eSRH

You will need an e-LfH account. You can register on their website here to access the eSRH.

e-SRH is available to access, for free, for all those working in the NHS in the UK across health and care. We cannot offer any assistance with forgotten login details or passwords as this is an externally managed website. However, you can get in touch with e-LfH here