Current Choices 2019 - 21 & 22 November 2019

Date: 21 Nov 2019 - 22 Nov 2019

Start time: 08:30AM

End time: 05:40PM

Venue: Royal College of Physicians

11 St Andrews Place

Regents Park

London

NW1 4LE

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Current Choices 2019 - 21 & 22 November 2019

Join us this November at our flagship annual conference. Network with over 300 sexual and reproductive healthcare professionals and debate the challenges of leadership, workforce and service provision.

  • DISCOVER the latest SRH developments and updates, with topics including what’s new in contraception; menopause; STIs, abortion, SRH and young people; and cervical screening

  • JOIN specialist streams on integrated sexual health services and in primary care

  • GAIN CPD credits to support your professional development and FSRH recertification

  • LEARN how to enhance your resilience and wellbeing.

Booking is now open - save £30 if you register by 20 September.  You can book your place here.

Day 1 - Thursday 21 November Programme

 

8.30

Registration, welcome refreshments and exhibition

9.00

Welcome and aims of the day

Dr Asha Kasliwal, President, FSRH

9.15

Opening Address

09.35 - 11.05 

Session 1: Contraception

9.30

Contraception research in SRH

Speaker invited

9.55

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

10.15

Contraception '10-minute consultation' - cases from the experts

Dr Zara Haider, Consultant in SRH, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust 

Dr Minal Bakhari, General Practitioner, MBBS (Hons) BSc (Hons) MRCGP MRCP DFSRH

10.50

Panel Discussion

11.05 - Refreshments and Exhibition

11.35 - 13.00

Session 2: Discussing the Needs of Young People

11.35

Are UK services meeting the need of young people with their sexual health problems

Lisa Hallgarten, Head of Policy And Public Affairs, Brook

12.00

Psychosexual difficulties in young people

Dr Sally Soodeen, Speciality Doctor in Sexual Health and Psychosexual Medicine, University Hospital Bristol 

12.25

The impact of pornography on the sexual lives of young people

Dr Miranda Horvath, Associate Professor in Forensic Psychology, Department of Psychology, School of Science and Technology, Middlesex University

12.45

Panel Discussion

Bayer Logo 201813.00 - Lunch and Exhibition

13.15 - Sponsored Symposium 

14.15 - 15.30

Session 3: Joint Session FSRH/BASHH

14.15

Syphilis – its re-emergence in the UK

Dr Margaret Kingston, Consultant Physician, Group Associate Medical Director (Medical Education), Manchester University

14.35

Antimicrobial resistance – why BASHH has changed treatment guidelines

BASHH Speaker

14.55

How can we encourage HIV testing in women?

BASHH Speaker

15.15

Panel Discussion

15.30 - Refreshments & Exhibition

16.05 - 17.05

Session 4: Specialist Streams (Choose to attend one, 1 hour in length each)

1.

National Service Provision: Integrated Sexual Health Services

Speaker invited

 2. 

Challenges of practice in primary care – changing practice to meet patients and clinicians needs 

Dr Richard Ma, General Practitioner, London/NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow, Imperial College London

 17.40

End of Day One 

 17.45

Evening Drinks Reception 

18.00

FSRH 2019 Admissions Ceremony

Day 2 - Friday 22 November Programme

 

8.30

Registration, Welcome refreshments and Exhibition

8.55

Welcome from the FSRH Events Committee Chair

9.00

Preventing cervical cancer through a patient-led approach to cervical screening

Professor Anne Mackie of Public Health England Director of Screening – PHE, Director of Programmes UK NSC

9.30 - 10.45

Session 1: Joint Session with the British Menopause Society

9.30

HRT preparations: does the choice of regimen make a difference?

Dr Haitham Hamoda MD FRCOG, Consultant Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, Clinical Lead Menopause Service, King’s College Hospital

10.00

Pelvic floor health in menopausal women

Dr Tim Hillard, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

10.30

Panel Discussion

10.45

Refreshments and Exhibition

Session 2: Best Practice in Comprehensive Abortion Care

11.20

Early medical abortion

Dr Tracey Masters, Consultant in Sexual & Reproductive Health, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Joanne Fletcher, Consultant Nurse Gynaecology, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS FT and Co-Chair of BSACP

11.50

The law and ethical issues of abortion

Dr Jayne Kavanagh, Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow, UCL Medical School

12.20

Repeat abortion – facts and issues

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

12.50 - Lunch and Exhibition

14.05 - 14.50

Workshops (Please choose to attend two, 45 minutes in length each)

W1.

Tackling FGM – how health professionals can make a difference

Dr Katrina Erskine, MD MRCP MRCOG, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

W2.

Prescribing in PCOS

Mr Haitham Hamoda MD FRCOG, Consultant Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, Clinical Lead Menopause Service, King’s College Hospital

W3.

Resilience and wellbeing for health professionals

Danielle Simmonds, Trainer, Facilitator and Designer of Interactive Learning and Development Programmes

W4. 

The use and importance of language in sexual health consultations – how we can use mobile phones to support patients

Dr Antje Ischebeck, Lead for Contraception, Sexual Health Services, Nottingham University Hospitals

14.50

Break

15.05 - 15.50 - Workshops repeated as above

15.50 - Close of Conference

Current Choices 2019 Fees - Early Bird until 20 September 2019

Take advantage of the early bird rates until Friday 20 September 2019:

FSRH Honorary Fellows, Fellows, Members,

Diplomates, Associates, Affiliates

Early Bird Rate 

Up to 20 September

Standard Rate

from 21 September

Full Conference (two days)

21 & 22 Nov

£359

 

£389

 

One Day - 21 Nov

£229

£259

One Day - 22 Nov

£229

£259

 

Non-Member Rates

Up to 20 September

From 21 September

Full Conference (two days)

21 & 22 November

£389

 

£439

One day - 21 Nov

£259

£289

One day - 22 Nov

£259

£289