Member benefits

Membership of FSRH gives you access to a range of resources and information to help support your ongoing professional development.

What are your membership benefits?

Qualifications, education and events

Free recertification

If you hold our Diploma, Letter of Competence and/or MFSRH qualification; or if you are a Faculty Registered Trainer, we require you to recertify your qualification/status every five years.

This is to ensure that you have developed and maintained the knowledge, skills, attitude and behaviour needed to provide safe and effective sexual and reproductive health care (SRH).

As a member you can recertify free of charge, as this is a benefit included in your annual membership fee. 

Find out more information on recertification here.

Please note: you must have paid your membership fee continuously for the five years leading up to recertifying. 

Member access to our Training Hub

Supplement your learning journey with our free online resources.

All our SRH resources are free to members and candidates. Access webinars, CPD documents, on-demand content and other useful SRH information to keep your practice at the leading edge. 

All our resources are accessible via the Training Hub.

Member access to our events and partner events

Get member discounts on our leading range of live events.

All live attendees receive a FSRH certificate of attendance after the event. Delegates will also gain access to the event content on demand for one month after the event. 

View our upcoming events and partner events here.

Other training opportunities

You may also be interested in other training opportunities that we offer outside of FSRH membership. We offer a unique range of specialist qualifications and educational modules to ensure you’re delivering the best possible patient care. 

FSRH Learning:

View our full range of education and training opportunities here. 

Guidelines, knowledge and standards

Clinical Guidance and Support

Your membership enables us to provide publicly available SRH standards for practitioners, with enhanced guidelines and standards for members.

The Clinical Effectiveness Committee oversees FSRH’s Clinical Effectiveness Unit (CEU), which works to promote evidence-based clinical practice. The unit has 4 main work streams: evidence-based guidance (including the review and update of the UK Medical Eligibility Criteria); members’ evidence request; new product reviews; and clinical audit/research.

Clinical Guidance

FSRH's Clinical Standards are applicable to individual clinicians, as well as those managing or commissioning SRH services. They are designed to ensure high quality patient care is delivered as standard and are built upon available clinical evidence and best practice examples. Auditable outcomes are integrated within the standards for practicable application and benchmarking.

Clinical Standards

Members are also given access to additional guidance and standards supporting documents, accessible via the Training Hub.

Members Evidence Request

The Clinical Effectiveness Unit (CEU) provides an evidence-based enquiry service for FSRH members. Members can either search or submit evidence requests. 

The CEU will conduct a literature review and summarise the available evidence in relation to a particular medical condition and/or contraceptive method. You can access our quick guide on conducting systematic literature reviews to answer clinical questions for further support. 

Access the Members Evidence Request in your MyFSRH members area, under 'Member Benefits'. 

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Access to BMJ SRH - our quarterly peer-reviewed journal

Access the BMJ-SRH Journal for the latest clinical content to keep your practice at the leading edge.

BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is an international journal that promotes evidence-informed practice for contraception, abortion and all aspects of sexual and reproductive health. The journal publishes research papers, topical debates and commentaries to shape policy, improve patient-centred clinical care, and to set the stage for future areas of research.

Jointly owned by the FSRH and BMJ, the journal is published quarterly and distributed to eligible FSRH members. 

You can access the BMJ SRH in the MyFSRH members area. 

View BMJ SRH as a member

Our BMJ-SRH Journal has now moved to a digital-by-default model of delivery. Paper copies of the BMJ-SRH Journal will still be available for those who opt-in to receive them – opt in by changing your contact preferences in your MyFSRH members area. 

Contact the Journal Editorial Team

If you are interested in submitting an article for publication, please see the author guidelines.

Email info.bmjsrh@bmj.com for any editorial questions related to our journal.

With you every step of the way

Receive the latest SRH news

Get the latest personalised news, updates and communications, delivered in a way that suits you.

As a member, you are opted in to receive the latest SRH news, updates, and communications. This will enable you to stay up-to-date on the latest clinical developments, qualifications and training, upcoming events and recertification. 

Our updates include: 

  • Member's e-newsletter
  • Member briefing: news, clinical updates and tailored communications
  • The latest SRH news

You can also sign-up to our Sexual Health, Reproductive Health & HIV Policy eBulletin for a round-up of policy news, evidence and other resources. 

You can update your mailing preferences in MyFSRH.

Introducing the Member Support Fund

As part of the commitment we have made to you in our new strategy to increase our benefit to members and ensure we are an accessible organisation, we have launched the new Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare's (FSRH) Member Support Fund, an initiative designed to support members in financial difficulty and with no other source of support. 

For more information on the FSRH Member Support Fund read our policy; or apply using this online form

Get involved

Get involved in FSRH elections, committees and more

Step forward to take a leadership role in the development of your specialism by joining a committee and participating in elections.

Getting involved in our work can really benefit your professional development by providing you with leadership opportunities in our education work and our Council. It also enables you to hear from and network with other SRH professionals.

Our vacancies are regularly advertised in our member e-newsletter and on our news section of our website.

Ways to get more involved with our work

  • Standing for representative seats on FSRH Council and casting votes for representative seats at Council  is open to Fellows, Members, Diplomates
  • Sitting on FSRH is open to all membership types: Fellows, Members, Diplomates, Associates, Affiliates and Retired members

Find out more ways you can get involved with the FSRH.