Getting the most out of your FSRH membership

Tip 1 – explore our new website and register / login to MY FSRH, your personalised membership portal


MY FSRH brings together all the key information relating to your membership:

  • View your payment history, pay your subscriptions online and print / download receipts. 
  • Access your membership benefits, like the Journal and Members’ Clinical Enquiries Service. 
  • View your qualifications history and recertification dates. 
  • Update your communications preferences 
  • Take further FSRH qualifications via our new online qualifications journeys. 

Login if you have already set up your account. 

 

OR

Register today

Registration is easy and can be completed in 2 simple steps:

1) Click here to set up a username and email address (please ensure that you provide the email address that we have on record for you so that we can match your details with our database, and please call us on 020 7724 5534 if you are not sure.

2) You will be sent an email with further instructions and a link to complete the online registration process. If this email does not arrive, please check your junk / spam folders before contacting us. Click on the link and provide us with some additional information before being directed to your MY FSRH portal.

 

Tip 2 - Register to participate in our webinars 

We’ve listened to your feedback and we recognise that as training budgets and study leave continues to be significantly cut, it is vital that we find other ways to bring the key SRH information directly to you.

Our webinars are free for FSRH members both on demand and to watch live. Non-members can pay on demand to view previous recordings or to join a live webinar.

Find out more about our webinars

Tip 3 - Ask a question via the Members’ Evidence Request Service

The FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Unit brings together a team of experts and researchers who produce a range of research and evidence based standards, guidance and statements on key SRH matters.


The FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Unit brings together a team of experts and researchers who produce a range of research and evidence based standards, guidance and statements on key SRH matters.

The CEU manages the Members’ Clinical Enquiries Service and supports answering 150 members’ queries a year with a range of complex practice based dilemmas.

Log into MY FSRH today to view the entire library of previously asked clinical questions under 'My Members' Evidence Request' tile and submit your own practice related query to the CEU.

Tip 4 - Explore the BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Our internationally renowned journal - BMJ SRH, managed in partnership with the BMJ, offers high quality research and information relevant to clinical care, service delivery, training and education in SRH. 

 

Login to MY FSRH today and click on the ‘My Journal’ tile to explore the journal hub, where you will find a huge array of resources, including editor highlights, reviews, blogs and podcasts.

See more information about the BMJ SRH