Our Journal: BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health (BMJ SRH)
We are excited to announce that the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care has been relaunched in 2018 as BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health.
BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing, and best contraceptive practice, worldwide. It will publish research, debate and comment to inform policy and practice, and recognise the importance of professional-patient partnership.
Jointly owned by the FSRH and BMJ, the journal will continue to be published quarterly in print and online and distributed to eligible FSRH members. Members also have access to the full online archive of Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care.
Articles are relevant and informative for SRH professionals or individuals interested in learning more about the subject. If you are interested in submitting an article for publication, please see the author guidelines.
The journal each quarter includes key features relevant to healthcare professionals working in SRH such as:
- Better ways of working
- Letters to the editor
- Person in Practice
The latest edition (January 2018) includes several freely available articles:
- Introducing BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health: an international voice for sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing
- Conscientious objection in sexual and reproductive health – a guideline that respects diverse views but emphasises patients’ rights
- Editor's Choice: Contraception for adolescents with disabilities: taking control of periods, cycles and conditions
- A patient’s mother’s perspective. Early puberty – questions answered and an ongoing relationship established
- Improving access to specialist care for adolescent girls with disabilities
- Where do women and men in Britain obtain contraception? Findings from the third National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal-3)
- Factors associated with condom use among men and women living with HIV in Lilongwe, Malawi: a cross-sectional study
Members - to login:
Members can access the journal online via ‘My FSRH’. Please log into the website, navigate to ‘My BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health’ and click the link to automatically log in to read online content via the BMJ website.
Join the FSRH Today
Join FSRH today to access the journal online. Read more about the various membership categories here and access information on how to join.
Contact the Journal Editorial Team
Email Janie Foote at firstname.lastname@example.org for any editorial questions related to our journal.