Annual Scientific Meeting 2019 - 16 & 17 May 2019, Edinburgh

Date: 16 May 2019 - 17 May 2019

Start time: 09:00AM

End time: 05:00PM

Venue: Royal College of Physicians - Edinburgh

9 Queen Street

Edinburgh

Scotland

EH2 9JQ

Cost: £264-£389 Variable

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Annual Scientific Meeting 2019 - 16 & 17 May 2019, Edinburgh

Topics

  • Unplanned Pregnancy and Abortion Care
  • Public Health
  • Contraception

Join us to hear the latest research and guidance in the field of sexual and reproductive health, and how it can be translated into clinical practice.

Early bird prices until 22 March - save up to 20%. 

Oral and poster competition abstract submission - showcase your sexual and reproductive healthcare work - submit by 23.59 on Monday 25 February 2019

Who will I meet?

You’ll be able to network with doctors, nurses and allied health professionals working in primary and secondary care who have an interest in contraception and sexual health.

Why Attend the ASM?

Join us on 16-17 May to:

  • Discover the latest SRH clinical developments and updates, with topics including: technology in SRH; reproductive health; abortion care; contraception; SRH research priorities; service provision and quality.
  • Learn from your peers through our poster / oral competition, showcasing innovative sexual and reproductive healthcare in practice.
  • Network with a vibrant, like-minded community of sexual and reproductive healthcare professionals.
  • Gain CPD credits to support your professional development and FSRH recertification.

Day One - Thursday 16 May 2019 ASM Programme

 Please note this programme may be subject to change

08.30

Registration, Refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

09.05

Welcome address by the Events Committee Chair

09.10

Introduction from the President

Dr Asha Kasliwal, President FSRH

09.20

Opening Address

Dr Catherine Calderwood, Chief Medical Officer for Scotland

09.40

Technology in SRH: How Technology is Changing Practice

 

The Contraception Choices website: Does it help women make informed decisions?

Judith Stephenson, Margaret Pyke Professor of SRH, University College London and Dr Julia Bailey, Associate Professor, University College London eHealth Unit, & SRH Specialty Doctor, London.

 

#AreYouReady, a practical example of engaging women in the pre-conception period

Deidre de Barra, Head of Information, Tommy’s & Judith Stephenson, Margaret Pyke, Professor of Sexual
& Reproductive Health, University College London

 

Babylon Health: Future potential

Dr Hannah Allen, GP and Associate Medical Director, Babylon Health

 

Panel discussion

11.10 

Refreshments, Exhibition and Poster Viewing 

 11.40

Clinical Practice 

 

Dyspareunia vaginismus

Dr Janet Barter, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Barts Health NHS Trust

 

Antimicrobial resistance in neisseria gonorrhoeae

Dr Achyuta V Nori, Consultant, Sexual Health & HIV Physician, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

 

Planning pregnancy in women with long term conditions

Sue Mann, Medical Expert - Sexual Health & Reproductive Health, Public Health England

 

Panel discussion

12.55

 Lunch, Exhibition and Poster viewing

 13.10

Bayer Logo 2018Lunchtime Symposium - Journey through your patient's life course

Dr Diana Mansour, Consultant in Community Gynaecology and Reproductie Healthcare, Head of Clinical Service, Sexual Health, Newcastle Hospitals

This promptional symposium is organised and funded by Bayer Plc

 14.20

Radiology ultrasound in SRH: Do we need 3d scanning in SRH?

Dr Davor Jurkovic, Consultant Gynaecologist and Director of Gynaecology,
Diagnostic and Outpatient Treatment Unit, University College Hospital

14.40

Short paper oral presentations

Chair: Dr Helen Munro, Consultant Community Sexual and Reproductive Health, Hywel Dda
University Health Board and FSRH Vice President

15.20

Refreshments, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

15.40

Afternoon Streams (please choose to attend one of the below)

Stream 1

Scottish Interdisciplinary Research in Sexual Health (IReSH) network


Optimising PrEP provision in Scotland: Challenges for social scientists, clinicians and the 3rd sector Dr Jamie Frankis

Postpartum Intrauterine Contraception (PPIUC) in NHS Lothian: Exploring social factors that play a role in service implementation Dr Nicola Boydell & Dr Jeni Harden, PPIUC Project Team

Risk, stigma and screening: Young people’s attitudes to sexual health screening Dr Sally Brown,
Lecturer, Sociology of Health and Illness, School of Applied Sciences, Edinburgh Napier University

Steam 2 

Womens’ reproductive health

Abortion care Dr Tracey Masters, FFSRH FRCOG, Consultant in Sexual Reproductive Health, Homerton

University Hospital NHS FT, British Society of Abortion Care Providers

The use of contraception: Preventing pregnancy and so much more Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

16.55

Keynote Address

17.25

Close of Conference

17.35

MSD sponsorEvening Symposium: Nexplanon update 

Dr Kathryn Clement, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, New Croft Centre

Day two - Friday 17 May 2019

Please note, this programme may be subject to change.

08.45

Registration, Refreshments, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

09.10

Welcome Addresss by the Events Committee chair

09.15

Joint Session with BRITSPAG

Speakers TBA

10.45

Refreshments, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

11.15

Recent Guidance from the Clinical Effectiveness Unit of the FSRH

 

Dr Sarah Hardman, Specialty Doctor SRH and Co-Director of the FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Unit & Annette
Thwaites, Academic Clinical Fellow in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health (CSRH), Institute for
Women’s Health, University College London and CSRH Specialty Trainee, Kings College Hospital


Stream 2: To be confirmed

11:45

Stream 1:

Sexual & Reproductive Health Research priorities and challenges

Chair: Rebecca French, Chair of the SRH CSG and Associate Professor of Sexual and Reproductive Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

SRH Clinical Studies Group: SRH research priorities in the UK Jane Thomas, Consultant Gynaecology and Sexual and Reproductive Health, Editor Cochrane Fertility and Gynaecology Group

Trials and tribulations in conducting SRH research Melissa Palmer, Research Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Answering clinical questions using an evidence-based approach: A whistle-stop tour Dr Zhong Eric Chen, Researcher, Clinical Effectiveness Unit of the FSRH

Stream 2:

Speakers TBC

12.45

Lunch, Exhibition and Poster viewing

13.00

Logo Gedeon Richter ImageLunchtime Symposium

Dr Paula Briggs, Consultant in sexual and reproductive health, Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS trust

This meeting has been sponsored by Gedeon Richter, who have paid exhibition stand fees and speaker fees for Dr Paula Briggs. Gedeon Richter has had no involvement in, or influence over, the content of the rest of the meeting.

13.55

Quality in Services? Where should we cut corners: quality, quantity, service provision?

14.25

Short Paper presentations

Chair: by Helen Munro, Consultant Community Sexual and
Reproductive Health Hywel Dda University Health Board and FSRH Vice President

15.15

Comfort Break 

15.30

Prize giving for poster and short paper oral presentations

Dr Asha Kasliwal, President, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

15.35 

21/2 years on: Introduction of Sayana® Press into Abacus Community Sexual Health Service

Dr Aisling S Baird, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Abacus Community Sexual Health Service Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

16.00

A minor or a more serious problem? Lipoatrophy with Sayana® Press

Dr Aisling S Baird, Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Abacus Community Sexual Health
Service Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

 16.35

Close of Conference 

ASM Fees 2019

FSRH Member Fees

Up to 22 March

23 March onwards

Full Conference 16 - 17 May

£359.00

£389.00

One day attendance

Thurs 16 May

£234.00

£264.00

Fri 17 May

£234.00

£264.00

 

Trainee (10% Discount)

Up to 22 March

23 March onwards

Full conference 16 - 17 May

£323.10

£350.10

One day attendance

Thurs 16 May

£210.60

£237.60

Fri 17 May

£210.60

£237.60

 

Non-FSRH member

Up to 22 March

23 March onwards

Full conference 16-17 May

£389.00

£439.00

One day attendance

Thurs 16 May

£264.00

£294.00

Fri 17 May

£264.00

£294.00