FSRH Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) 17&18 May 2018 - Birmingham

Date: 17 May 2018 - 18 May 2018

Start time: 09:00AM

End time: 05:00PM

Venue: Edgbaston Stadium

Edgbaston Rd

Birmingham

B5 7QU

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FSRH Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) 17&18 May 2018 - Birmingham

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Two Day Event - Options are available to attend either one or both days of the conference.

Join us for FSRH's Annual Scientific Meeting. Two days of papers, presentations, workshops and networking.


Topics include:

  • Choosing the right IUC

  • Online contraception

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

  • Female genital mutilation

  • PCOS

  • LGBT sexual health needs

  • Role of SARC in trauma

  • Sex and Relationship Education (SRE)

Who should attend?

This meeting is suitable for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals working in primary and secondary care who have an interest in contraception and sexual health.

Delegate professions from 2017 included:

  • Doctors, Speciality Doctors, GUM
  • GPs, GP Principals
  • Sexual Health Consultants, HIV
  • Contraceptive Leads, Clinical Leads
  • Family Planning Doctors, Nurses
  • Nurse Practitioners, Lead Nurses, Research Nurses
  • Associate Specialists, Specialist Trainees
  • Professors, Research Students

Please note that ASM abstract submissions are now closed. We will have a poster competition and oral competition at the ASM. Members of our committees of clinicians will decide which abstracts will be posters and who will be invited to deliver oral presentations. 

Want to reach over 200 sexual and reproductive healthcare clinicians?
We only have 3 stand spaces left at our flagship annual event. If you would like to talk to SRH decision makers about your products and services, please contact Valerie Bassigny who is managing the exhibition bookings via Valerie.Bassigny@profileproductions.co.uk or 020 3725 5840. 

Programme 17 May 2018 - Day One

 

08.30

Registration, refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

09.10

Welcome introduction and President's report
Dr Asha Kasliwal, President, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

09.20

Opening address
Jess Phillips, MP for Birmingham Yardley

09.40

CEU guidance: What's new? What's next? Challenges of implementing guideline recommendations - lessons learned from contraception after pregnancy

Chair: Dr Sharon Cameron, Co-Director, FSRH CEU

Dr Sarah Hardman, Co-Director, FSRH CEU; Claire Nicol, Senior Sexual and Reproductive Health Nurse, Chalmers Centre, Edinburgh; Dr Michelle Cooper, Clinical Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh; and Dr Zhong Eric Chen, Researcher, FSRH CEU

11.10

 Refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

11.40

SEX EDUCATION

Guide to WHO guidelines
Dr Gunta Lazdane, Regional Adviser, Sexual and Reproductive Health, World Health Organization

Where are we now with SRE?
Alison Hadley OBE, Director, Teenage Pregnancy Knowledge Exchange, University of Bedfordshire

SRE delivery – good practice guide
Jenny Barksfield, Deputy CEO and Senior Subject Specialist, PSHE Association

13.10

Lunch, exhibition and poster viewing 

13.25

Choosing an IUC method that best meets her needsBayer - ASM 2018 sponsor
Dr Laura Percy, Consultant in SRH, North Devon Hospital, Barnstaple

This symposium is organised and funded by Bayer.

14.20

USHAPE: A ‘whole institution approach’ to scaling up family planning provision in rural Uganda
Chair: Jenny Greenfield, Nurse Manager and Independent Trainer, USHAPE and Primary Care
Dr Emily Clark, General Practicioner, USHAPE

14.45

Short paper oral presentations 

Chair: Dr Anne Connolly, GPwSI Gynaecology, Bradford & Vice President, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

15.45

 Refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

16.05  -  Afternoon Streams - Please choose to attend one of the below  

Stream One - Science  

Spotlight on Pelvic Inflamatory Disease
Professor Jonathan Ross, Professor of Sexual Health and HIV, 
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Spotlight on the cervix
TBC

Stream Two - Sexual and Reproductive Health in Britain: The National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (NATSAL)

Developing ideas and support for future research: The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare Clinical Studies Group
Dr Rebecca French, Associate Professor in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Trends in contraceptive method use in Britain
Dr Rebecca French

Getting younger, but getting better? Examining the changing circumstances of first sex in Britain (1990-2012)
Melissa Palmer, Research Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

 Stream Three - Education

How to interpret a paper and how to get published
Sandy Goldbeck-Wood, Editor in Chief, BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health

MOOC - is this the education of the future
Dr Paula Baraitser, Consultant in Sexual Health, Kings College Hospital, Senior Lecturer in Global Health, King’s College London and Director of Sexual and Reproductive Health, SH:24

17.30

Keynote address

Resilience: how to stay true to you in challenging times
Emma Stroud, Businesswoman, MC, TEdx Speaker and Comedy Performer 

18.00

BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health Journal Launch Reception 

19.30

Curry and Quiz

Programme 18 May - Day Two

 

08.20

Registration, refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

08.30

Breakfast workshop: commissioning update
Chair: Dr Anne Connolly
Peter Taylor, Joint Commissioning Lead - Public Health and Community Healthcare, Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

09.15

Joint Session with BRITSPAG

FGM: What you need to know
Dr Pallavi Latthe, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Lead Clinician Urogynaecology, Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Ovarian Pearls: an update on PCOS in adolescence
Dr Meenakshi Choudhary, Consultant Gynaecologist & Sub-Specialist in Reproductive Medicine, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Love your labia: how to meet requests for labial cosmetic surgery
Dr Cara Williams, Consultant Gynaecologist, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and Liverpool Women’s Hospital

10.45

Refreshments, exhibition and poster viewing

11.15 Inclusive SRH - Please choose to attend one of the below  

Stream One - LBGT sexual health needs  

Reproductive and sexual health of sexual minority
Professor Catherine Meads, Professor of Health, Angela Ruskin University (invited)

Gender identity and mental health
Dr James Barrett, Lead Clinician, Gender Identity Clinic

Transgender health needs
Dr Kate Nambiar, Clinical Research Fellow and Specialty Doctor in Sexual Health & HIV Medicine, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Stream Two - GUM / HIV

Challenges of an aging HIV+ population
Dr Michael Brady, Consultant, Sexual Health & HIV, Kings College Hospital and Medical Director, Terrence Higgins Trust

BASHH guidelines update – prep, GC, warts, scabies and hepatitis
Dr Nicola Thorley, Consultant Sexual Health and HIV Medicine, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Stream Three - Sexuality and trauma

Domestic violence
Dr Tamsin Groom, Consultant- Sandyford Clinic

Forced marriage/Honour based violence
Jasvinder Sanghera CBE, Founder, Karma Nirvana

Role of SARC in trauma
Natalie Giltrap, Manager, West Midlands and Swindon Sexual Assault Referral Centres

12.45

Lunch, exhibition and poster viewing 

13.00

ASM sponsor - KoraRecent developments in BV treatments
Phillip Hay, Reader and Honorary Consultant, HIV Medicine, St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

This symposium is organised and funded by Kora Healthcare

13.55

Spotlight on quality improvement 
Dr Cat Chatfield, Quality Improvement Editor, The BMJ 

14.25

Short paper presentations

15.05

Comfort Break 

15.20

Prize giving for poster and short paper oral presentations

15.30

THE FUTURE

Online contraception - safe, effective, inclusive?
Dr Paula Baraitser

Contraception services: a digital approach
Dr Minal Bakhai, Medical Director, Lloyds Pharmacy Online Doctor and General Practitioner, London North West Health Care NHS Trust

Contraception in future - mobile phones and the internet
Dr Julia Bailey, Speciality Doctor Sexual Health and Senior Clinical Lecturer, University College London

17.00

Close of conference 

Registration and Pricing 

 

Faculty Member 

Rate

Full conference 17 - 18 May

£389.00

 

One day attendance

Thursday 17 May

£264.00

Friday 18 May 

£264.00

 

Trainee (10% Discount)

Full conference 17-18 May

£350.10

 

One day attendance

Thursday 17 May

£237.60

Friday 18 May

£237.60

 

Non Faculty Member

Full conference 17-18 May

£439.00

 

One day attendance

Thursday 17 May

£294.00

Friday 18 May

£294.00


Book via the link below or contact our events company Profile via 020 3725 5840. 

ASM Curry & Quiz

If you would like to book your ticket to attend the curry & quiz night on Thursday 17 May after the close of the conference, please ensure that you indicate this on your booking form. It is £25 to attend and includes a meal and a place at the quiz.  

 

Cancellations

Any cancellations must be received in writing to Profile Productions at the address shown, or via email to faculty@profileproductions.co.uk. Cancellations received on or before Thursday 19 April 2018 will be refunded subject to a £45 administration charge, any cancellations after 19 April will not be refunded. Substitutions can be made at any time.