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FSRH Launches a programme of webinars for 2017
Posted 10 January 2017
Date: 10 Jan 2017
Type: FSRH News and Information
FSRH launches a new webinar service for sexual health professionals, the first webinar taking place on 31st January 2017.
What are the FSRH webinar topics and when will they take place?
The FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Unit (CEU) will be publishing key clinical guidance documents in 2017, and our panel of experts will host a series of webinars based on the following topics:
- Drug interactions with hormonal contraception – 31st Jan 2017
- Contraception after pregnancy – 28th Feb 2017
- Emergency contraception – 22 Mar 2017
- Quick starting contraception – 16 May 2017
- Contraception for women over 40 years – date tbc
- Combined hormonal contraception – date tbc
- Contraceptive choices for young people – date tbc
With a mixture of presentations, case studies, interactive voting and Q&A sessions, our webinars will ensure that you are able to participate in the discussion, helping you to gain a deeper understanding of how the latest clinical guidance will impact and inform your practice.
How do I register for a webinar as an FSRH Member?
FSRH webinars are free of charge for all FSRH members. You can participate during the webinar or watch a recording after the event.
Please log in to your FSRH member account.
- Click on the ‘My Webinars’ tile, where there will be links to register for all upcoming webinars.
- Once registered you will be sent joining instructions and reminders.
- If you have any questions at all, please click here to visit our webinar information page.
How do I register for a webinar as a non-FSRH Member?
FSRH webinars can be accessed by visiting this website and registering online.
Why are the webinars useful?
“For Doctors who don't live in major cities it's hard to get to meetings, and we don't want to get all our CPD from online learning modules - webinars like this bridge the gap” – UKMEC webinar participant
“I already have recommended it to my colleagues - I am not IT literate and this was my first attempt and I was pleased with how easy it was” – UKMEC webinar participant
“Webinars must be the way forward at a time of reduced funding, shortage of staff and lack of SPA time” – UKMEC webinar participant