FSRH Hot Topic: Sexual health in context | Half-day, online event

Date: 18 Jan 2023

Start time: 09:30AM

End time: 12:30PM

Venue: Zoom webinar

Cost: £50-£150

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FSRH Hot Topic: Sexual health in context | Half-day, online event

Opening times

Daytime event.


  • Genitourinary Medicine

This FSRH Hot Topic event will explore sexual health in context and provide an update on STIs and PID.

It will explore the current context of sexual health and the challenges facing sexual health services, including an update on what is new and emerging, monkeypox, and a refresher on Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. The event hopes to consider the impact of monkeypox services on contraceptive and other SRH services. The event will then go on to explore safeguarding issues and trans sexual health, including discussions of inclusive language and approaches in practice. 

The full agenda and speakers will be shared soon. 

Early bird discount

To celebrate our 30th Anniversary in 2023, the first 30 people to book tickets will benefit from a limited discount using the code ‘First30’ at the checkout on Eventbrite. Hurry and book your place with the code now! 

Buying tickets for your whole team? Make savings with our Hot Topic Bundles.

Get one ticket free for every 10 member or concession member tickets purchased when you buy 10-30 tickets in one go. Use the code ‘bundles’ to reveal these ticket options on Eventbrite.  

Please note we are unable to offer refunds for this event.  

Learning outcomes: 

Delegates can expect to 

  • Be brought up to date on new and emerging issues in sexual health, including the state-of-play monkeypox infections in the UK, prevention and treatments 
  • Understand how monkeypox is impacting sexual health and contraceptive services, including the impact on resources and funding 
  • Be newly confident in their comprehension and treatment of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) relevant for primary care clinicians  
  • From a case example, have a demonstrable knowledge of SRH safeguarding considerations in practice, including paediatric concerns  
  • Have knowledge of accessible approaches to providing trans inclusive sexual healthcare and an appreciation for why further development in this area is necessary. 

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