Current Choices 2017 - 350 Delegates across two days

Posted 17 November 2017

Date: 17 Nov 2017

Type: FSRH News and Information

Current Choices took place on 2 and 3 November 2017 at the Royal College of Physicians, London.

Current Choices was attended this year by over 350 delegates. GPs, nurses and consultants attended one or both days to learn from experts and network with colleagues from around the country.

Delegates attended sessions thoughout the two days on various topics including:

  • Contraception
  • Menopause
  • Dermatology
  • Abortion
  • GUM

Expert speakers thoughout the two-day event included speakers from the British Menopause Society, Dr Heather Currie, and senior consultants working in the NHS such as Dr Tracey Masters to name but a few. The 2017 event programme for the day can still be viewed online.

"I just love the whole conference, I leave feeling enthused and with ways to change and improve my practice, I love the variety and relevance of topics covered."

"The whole conference was excellent. High standard of lectures evident. Really informative, practical and helpful."

"This was my second FSRH conference and I really enjoyed it and appreciate being a Nurse FSRH Member."

FSRH Current Choices Delegates.

FSRH Current Choices 2017 Talk

The conference saw the launch of a new report; ‘
Cuts, Closures and Contraception: An audit of local contraceptive services in England’ by the Advisory Group on Contraception (which the FSRH is a member of). In the same session, the fpa also revealed its latest survey findings Contraceptive Choice, which also highlight the impact of SRH cuts on women’s choices. The Labour MP for Dewsbury, Paula Sherriff, added to the debate talking about her work supporting women’s health. 





On Thursday 2 November, FSRH was pleased to present Honorary Fellows, Fellows and Members with their awards recognising their achievements and contributions to FSRH and sexual and reprodutive healthcare.

 FSRH Honorary Fellows 2017FSRH Honorary Fellows 2017


Dr Meera Kishen, Professor Simon Gregory, Marge Berer, Ruth Lowbury.







FSRH Fellows 2017FSRH Fellows 2017

Dr Anjali Agrawal, Dr Andrea Brokmeyer, Dr Margaret Gurney, Dr Wendy Higson, Dr Ruth Holman, Dr Usha Kumar, Dr Pauline McGough, Dr Magid Mina, Dr Amelia Kidd. 






FSRH 2017 MembersFSRH Members 2017

Dr Fiona Baldwin, Dr Katie Boog, Dr Tina Dwivedi, Dr Meenu Parhar, Dr Niranchana Radhakrishnan, Dr Manika Singh, Dr Rebecca Thomson-Glover.





Save the date for 2018: 22 & 23 November 2018, London.