SRH for Trans, Non-binary and Intersex People - elearning module added
Date: 10 Aug 2021
Type: FSRH News and Information
Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) has worked with the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) and the Royal College of Physicians to add new content to the Sexual Health and HIV programme (eHIV-STI).
A new session, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare for Trans, Non-binary and Intersex People, is now available as part of the elearning programme. This session aims to aid understanding of the diversity of gender identity and support sexual health professionals to facilitate effective sexual and reproductive healthcare for trans, non-binary, and intersex people.
By the end of this session learners will be able to:
- Describe different gender identities and the need to have inclusive healthcare provision within an integrated sexual health service
- List important areas of health promotion for trans and non-binary service users
- Discuss ways to take a non judgemental sexual and reproductive history from a trans or non-binary patient
- Identify key sexual health issues faced by trans and non-binary patients
- Describe possible medical or surgical approaches to gender affirming treatments and their common complications
- Evaluate how welcoming the service is for trans and non-binary people.
e-Learning for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (eSRH) – free quality CPD resources
As a reminder, we also have our own e-learning eSRH, developed in partnership with Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH). It has recently been peer reviewed, amended and re-launched on a more user friendly platform – feedback from learners has been really positive - 75,000 users have accessed the content since it was re-launched in October 2020. It is free to access for anyone with a nhs.net address at the e-Learning for healthcare’s website.
Learners can access information, read articles, undertake self-assessments, view video clips and animation, along with real-life case studies to support their learning.
- Basic anatomy and physiology
- Health history and risk assessment
- Contraceptive choices
- Emergency contraception
- Contraception: managing side-effects and complications of use
- Planning pregnancy
- Unintended pregnancy and abortion
- Early pregnancy
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
- SRH needs of specific groups
- Adult and child/young person safeguarding
- Psychosexual medicine
- Cervical screening
- Additional training: Subdermal Contraceptive Implants (SDI)
- Additional training: Intrauterine techniques (IUT)