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Improving your FSRH Standards and Guidelines
Posted 9 November 2022
Date: 09 Nov 2022
Type: FSRH Clinical Guidance and Clinical Statements
I believe that the production and publication of the FSRH Standards and Guidelines is one of the most vital services we provide for health care professionals working in SRH.
Made freely available to all by the contribution of our members, FSRH Standards and Guidelines provide the high quality, peer-reviewed clinical guidance that helps support practitioners to deliver outstanding sexual and reproductive healthcare for women, girls and all individuals, both nationally and internationally. Indeed, over the past 12 months, the FSRH Standards and Guidelines section of our website was viewed 350,000 times, demonstrating just how important this service is to members and non-members alike.
So I am pleased to let you know that we have created a way to make it easier and faster to get to the standard, statement or guideline you need, with the addition of a new ‘super search’ function on our website. This new function searches within the documents themselves to help you find exactly the right support you need, faster than ever before.
By ensuring that clinicians have access to peer-reviewed standards and guidelines quickly and in a way that supports best practice, is a vital part of fulfilling our mission of high quality sexual and reproductive healthcare for all.
Tell us your views
We’re committed to improving your experience; so if you’ve got two minutes to tell us about your experience with the new search function and to help us improve, we’d love to hear from you.
Tell us about your experience using our new search function here.
Dr Helen Munro
FSRH Vice President of Clinical Quality