Membership Exams

Membership of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare of the RCOG (MFSRH) is a recognised qualification in sexual and reproductive health care. It is held by clinicians who provide expertise in community, primary and acute care. The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare awards Membership by examination.

The MFSRH qualification consists of three components:


1. a Part One Exam which takes place in April and October each year 
2. an Evidence Based Commentary (EBC), an essay submitted online- full details are below in the relevant 'step' 
3. a Part Two Exam which takes place in June each year 

Read and download Exam Regulations.

1. MFSRH Exam Part One

  • Exam Part One – Friday 5th April 2019
  • Closing date for applications – Wednesday 9th January 2019.
  • Exam Part One –  Friday 18th October 2019
  • Closing date for applications – Monday 1st July 2019

Ensure that you are familiar with the reading list and training requirements before proceeding with your application for Exam Part One.

The handbook (linked below) includes key information for the Part One exam, Syllabus, Reading List, and Example Questions.

MFSRH Part One Handbook
Paper on SBA from the Journal (2016)

2. Evidence Based Commentary (EBC)

  • Evidence Based Commentary - Online submission
  • Closing date for submissions - 31st August 2019 (by 11.59pm)

The Faculty sets a new topic for the evidence-based commentary each year, and posts it in the login area of the FSRH website every 1st September.

You must submit your commentary online by the deadline. If you experience any issues with submitting your commentary online, please contact edofficer1@fsrh.org as soon as possible.

Your commentary must be between 1,000 words and 2,000 words long and its format must comply with the guidance notes.

You may submit your commentary before or after applying for, or passing, the Part One examination.

3. MFSRH Exam Part Two

  • Exam Part Two – Wednesday 5th June 2019
  • Closing date for applications – Wednesday 9th January 2019.
  • Exam Part Two –  Thursday 4th June 2020
  • Closing date for applications – Thursday 9th January 2020.

The Part Two Examination consists of three components:

  1. 1. Critical Reading Question paper (CRQ) 
  2. 2. Extended Matching Question paper (EMQ); and 
  3. 3. Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).


Ensure that you are familiar with the reading list and training requirements before proceeding with your application for Exam Part Two.

Linked below is key information for the Part Two exam, Syllabus and Reading List.

To enter the MFSRH Part Two, you must have passed the Part One Exam before the closing date for the Part 2 Exam: AND
have had your Evidence Based Commentary passed by the Faculty before the closing date for the Part Two Exam.

Contact Us

If you require any further information on the MFSRH, please contact the Education Development Officer by phone +44 (0)20 3198 3181 or by email to edofficer1@fsrh.org.

How to Apply

To start your application process, please click on the register button (if you do not already have a 'My FSRH' website account). Registration on this website is free, you will not be required to make any payment until you are ready to apply for your MFSRH Part One exam or EBC.

If you already have a log in for 'My FSRH', please click on login and then navigate to 'Take a qualification/recertify' behind log in.

FSRH Register here  Log in to 'My FSRH'

 

Fees

The fees for the MFSRH qualification are given below. 

Please note on successfully passing all components of the MFSRH qualification, you will be become a Member (MFSRH) of FSRH and you will be asked to pay the membership fees associated with this membership type.

You will be required to pay an annual membership fee to maintain your MFSRH status. You will need to recertify your MFSRH every five years which will not incur any costs if you have maintained your annual membership payments.

If you are already a member of FSRH e.g DFSRH, this means your membership will change to MFSRH from your current status.

If you are not a member of FSRH you will become an MFSRH 'Member' and have access to the full range of MFSRH benefits

1. Part One Exam (payable upon application)

£300

2. Evidence Based Commentary (EBC) - (payable on submission of your EBC document)

£150

3. Part Two Exam (payable upon application)

£550

4. Current Diplomate Member upgrading to MFSRH Membership

OR

Individuals not already an FSRH member

£7

 

£111

Total (two options)

Lower fees for existing FSRH members

OR

Non FSRH Members

 

£1007

 

£1111