Date: 15 Mar 2019
Start time: 09:45AM
End time: 05:00PM
Venue: Danubius Hotel
18 Lodge Road
St Johns Wood
Cost: £180Book now
- Public Health
- Leadership, Management & Governance
The Society was set up in early 1994 by 10 consultants and leads in Family Planning (as it was known then) to act as a support and networking group. The Society met for the first time in November 1994 near Oxford and was attended by 13 of the then 18 consultants.
The aims of the Society are to act as a mutual support group, exchange views, work with the Faculty and look at terms & conditions of service, something the Faculty could not do. The Society now meets annually.
This highly popular non-clinical event offers sessions for Consultants and Lead Clinicians in Sexual and Reproductive Health and the feedback each year is always excellent. The content of this meeting is very relevant in supporting Consultants and lead clinicians in their daily role.
|9:45 - 10:30||GUM CAD database – Hamish Mohammed, PHE - SHRAD - Colleague, PHE This session will be an update on recording activity and how services are paid. The information is highly relevant for service planning services including budgeting and negotiation with commissioners.|
|10:30 - 11:15||A Framework for Sexual Health Improvement – 5 years on Dr Catherine Schunmann It is now 5 years since the DoH document outlining how sexual health should be provided and the change to commissioning by PH. This interactive session will explore successes and challenges that sexual health services have faced under the headings: funding, integration, staffing and skill mix, hosting trust (NHS/community/acute/third sector). The emphasis is on how services have responded successfully, strategies they have put in place and solutions they have found to challenges|
|11:45 - 12:15||Strategic Direction of SRH|
|12:15 - 12:25||Introduction to workshops|
|14: 25- 13:00||Development and Delivery of CSRH Services in addition to SRH Facilitated by Peter Taylor, Commissioner CCG A workshop to look at provision of community gynaecology, SARC, abortion and other services not in the public health contract and the role of CSRH specialists in leading and providing these services.|
|14:00 - 14:35||The Role of CSRH/SRH in provision of training and standards for contraception and STI services in primary Care – Facilitated by Ruth Holman, Consultant in Sexual & RH This workshop will explore how CSRH specialists ensure that training and standards are established and maintained beyond sexual health services, including primary care settings. The workshops will reference the standards and qualifications outlined by FSRH and BASHH. The challenges we face are; variable funding to support training programmes, contracted providers with varying mandates to train or be trained.|
|14:35 - 15:10||Development and Implementation of digital clinical care; online screening, virtual clinics – Emily Lord, Consultant in SRH, Oxford There is a growing demand, both by Commissioners and the public for online self-managed care services – providing both STI screening and contraception. This workshop will look at the role of digital technology in sexual health; how services might develop these resources, the challenges faced, and infrastructure and expertise needed.|
|15:30 - 16:30||Summing up and discussion of workgroups|
|16:30 - 17:00||AGM and planning future meetings|