Joint BASHH & FSRH Annual Conference - 25 January 2019, London

Date: 25 Jan 2019

Start time: 08:30AM

End time: 05:00PM

Venue: Royal Society of Medicine

1 Wimpole Street London

London

W1G 0AE

Cost: £100-£230

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Joint BASHH & FSRH Annual Conference - 25 January 2019, London

 

Focus on sexual and reproductive healthcare has never been so important with increasing rates of sexually transmitted infections and the need to deliver contraceptive care to a diverse group of patients. This is all within the context of increased pressure on NHS services and budgets.

 

Sexual and reproductive healthcare needs to be accessible and individualised and our services need to cater for everyone. Dealing with complex cases in everyday practice is challenging.

The 14th Annual conference of the societies (BASHH and FSRH) brings together experts to explore challenges and clinical issues for all of our patients. We look forward to welcoming you again to this meeting.

Who will I meet?

  • All clinical staff with an interest in sexual and reproductive health levels 1, 2 and 3
  • Specialists, GPs, nurses and trainees working in GU medicine, SRH, contraception or gynaecology
  • Staff working in the voluntary sector and other organisations associated with sexual health.

How can I book?

Early bird rates are now available until 18 December 2018.  Fees are listed at the end of this programme and start from £100. Book your place on the BASHH website now.


Programme 

Friday, 25 January 2019

08.30

Registration, coffee and exhibition

09.25

Welcome and opening address

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

09.30-     CONTRACEPTION STREAM
11.00

 09.30

How to manage unwanted bleeding on contraception

Speaker tbc

 09.50

Combined hormonal contraception: what’s new and what’s not?

Dr Sarah Hardman, Specialty Doctor, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare; Director, FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Unit
Dr Katie Boog, Nottingham

 10.10

High BMI, low BMI and eating disorders: considerations for contraception

Dr Sarah Hardman, Specialty Doctor, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare; Director, FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Unit
Dr Annette Thwaites, London

 10.30

Diagnosing and managing menopause in women with HIV

Speaker tbc

 10.50

Panel discussion

11.00

Tea, coffee and exhibition

11.30-    SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS STREAM
13.00

 11.30

Managing vaginal discharge

Dr Jackie Sherrard, Buckinghamshire

 11.50

Managing urethral discharge in men

Dr Suneeta Soni, Royal Sussex County Hospital

 12.10

Managing pelvic pain in women

Speaker tbc

 12.30

 

Managing genital skin conditions

Speaker tbc

12.50

Panel discussion

14.00     SEXUAL HEALTH IN SPECIAL GROUPS
-15.00

14.00

Safeguarding in sexual health services

Ceri Evans, Hammersmith Broadway Sexual Health Clinic

14.20 

E-sexual health: pros and cons

Dr Jo Gibbs, Institute for Global Health, UCL

14.40 

Do we leave vulnerable patients behind when integrating services?

Catherine Shunmann, MRCOG, MFSRH, iCaSH Norfolk, Norwich

15.00 

Tea, coffee and exhibition

15.30     CASES FROM THE EXPERTS
-16.30

15.30

Case 1: Mycoplasma genitalium

Dr Paddy Horner, M.A. (Cantab.), M.B.B.S. (Lond.), MD Consultant Senior Lecturer

15.45

Case 2: Emergency contraception

Speaker tbc

16.00

Case 3: Implants - complicated cases

Dr Zara Haider, The Wolverton Centre, Kingston Hospital NHS Trust

16.15

Case 4: Syphilis

Dr Ola Mcquillan, Northern Integrated Contraception, Sexual Health & HIV Service

16.30

Panel discussion 

16.45

Conference close

Dr Olwen E Williams OBE, BASHH President

 

Pricing

FSRH/BASHH Member

Early bird on or before
18 December 2018

 

Standard rate after
18 December 2018

GMC registered

£180

£199

Non-GMC registered

£100

£130

Non FSRH/ BASHH member

 

GMC registered

£210

£230

Non-GMC registered

£120

£150