CSRH 2020 Curriculum Consultation - Stakeholder Engagement - Deadline 24 March 2020
Date: 10 Mar 2020
Type: FSRH News and Information
We're conducting an extensive revision of the Community Sexual and Reproductive Health (CSRH) training curriculum, to be completed in 2020.
We're conducting an extensive revision of the Community Sexual and Reproductive Health (CSRH) training curriculum, to be completed in 2020. Please visit our webpage for further details.
Consultation Questionnaire Feedback
We would like to invite you to provide feedback on the draft 2020 CSRH Curriculum for this final stage of stakeholder consultations. This will be the last opportunity to provide your feedback on the draft 2020 CSRH curriculum, before the Faculty collate all feedback and prepare the final submission for the GMC Curriculum Advisory Group. We hope to introduce our GMC approved curriculum in the Winter of 2020, with the aim of launching in 2021.
To support this, the CSRH working group have developed a structured questionnaire to collect your views and to enable you to feedback on areas of concern, gaps, surplus or areas for improvement, before we submit the final curriculum to the GMC.
Your feedback will form part of the Faculty’s evidence submission to the GMC and is a requirement by the GMC to ensure that all stakeholders and interested groups have been fully consulted on the proposals.
Provide your feedback on the draft 2020 CSRH Curriculum
Submit your feedback via our online survey
(You can review a PDF copy of the consultation questions before completing the survey here).
Read and download the draft 2020 CSRH Curriculum
Please complete the questionnaire by Tuesday 24 March 2020. All stakeholders who complete the questionnaire will receive a certificate to evidence their CPD.
Background to the GMC Curriculum Review
The General Medical Council, in its 2017 report Excellence by Design has stated that the curricula for all medical specialties must be revised by 2020.
In response to the 2013 Shape of Training review, all curricular will also need to incorporate Generic Professional Capabilities framework. The aim is that this will meet patient, professional and service need, by embedding common generic outcomes and content across all specialty and subspecialty curricular.
2020 CSRH Specialty Curriculum
The FSRH are revising the CSRH curriculum, and although, much of the current clinical content will be the same, it will, however, be described, packaged and assessed differently, in order to:
- Incorporate the new Generic Professional Capabilities Framework
- describe generic, shared and specialty-specific outcomes
- streamline the granular “tick box” approach to assessing competencies
- emphasise the knowledge, skills and attitudes that can be applied to a wide range of circumstances.