Introducing the FSRH Nurse Spotlight Campaign: Celebrating the Champions of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
Date: 12 May 2023
Type: FSRH News and Information
Join us in shining a well-deserved spotlight on the incredible nurses who make a real difference in sexual and reproductive healthcare. We are thrilled to announce the launch of the FSRH Nurse Spotlight campaign, dedicated to showcasing the invaluable expertise and dedication of these exceptional professionals.
Why Nurses? Because they are the backbone of sexual and reproductive healthcare. Day in and day out, they provide compassionate care, support, and guidance to individuals seeking help with their sexual health and reproductive choices. Their expertise spans a vast array of areas, including contraception, STI screening, abortion care, menopause support, and much more.
The FSRH Nurse Spotlight Award: Celebrating Excellence
Every year, the FSRH Nurse Spotlight campaign culminates in the recognition of an outstanding nurse who has made an exceptional contribution to sexual and reproductive healthcare. We are delighted to introduce this year's winner: Simphiwe Sesane.
With her remarkable achievements, Simphiwe Sesane exemplifies the very best of our profession.
“I am incredibly honoured to win the Nurse Spotlight Award! I am proud to work in sexual and reproductive healthcare and endeavour to continue to demystify and raise awareness on this subject. While being instrumental in tackling health inequalities to ensure quality services for all"
Simphiwe Sesane - FSRH Nurse Spotlight Award winner
We were overwhelmed by amazing stories this year, and we’ll be showcasing our Highly Commended entries throughout this week:
“The nomination was very humbling. I have worked in women's health care for over 15 years with an amazing team of practitioners and have always felt passionate about the health inequality women sometimes face.
I strive to empower women to make decisions with regards to their own health through education, be it with contraception or with treatment options for termination of pregnancy or management of heavy menstrual bleeding. I have seen the changing face of TOP over the years and hope that we can continue to break down unnecessary barriers to provide much-needed safe care where applicable.
I love what I do and would envisage that women's health care continues to be invested in and improved to make access more readily available for our patients."
Aimee Taylor - FSRH Nurse Spotlight Award - Highly Commended
Experience the Stories: Be Inspired by Extraordinary Nurses
Explore the stories of the nurses working in sexual and reproductive healthcare who have gone above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of their patients. Get inspired by their commitment, compassion, and innovative approaches to care. From tackling complex cases to advocating for comprehensive sexual health education, these nurses are true champions.
Launch of the Nurse LinkedIn Group: Connect and Collaborate
To foster a vibrant community of sexual and reproductive healthcare professionals, we are thrilled to announce the launch of the FSRH Nurse LinkedIn Group. This welcoming space is designed for nurses to connect, collaborate, and share their expertise. Whether you're a seasoned practitioner or a student just embarking on your career, this group provides a valuable platform to engage with like-minded professionals, exchange knowledge, and support one another.
Become a part of this dynamic community by joining the FSRH Nurse LinkedIn Group today. Unlock opportunities for professional development, access valuable resources, and network with nurses who share your passion for sexual and reproductive healthcare.
Join the FSRH Nurse LinkedIn Group
We invite you to be a part of this inspiring campaign celebrating the remarkable nurses working in sexual and reproductive healthcare. Explore their stories, connect with fellow professionals in the Nurse LinkedIn Group, and learn from the winner of the FSRH Nurse Spotlight Award.
Together, let's shine a bright and enduring light on the crucial work of nurses in sexual and reproductive healthcare.