Latest update on our redesigned Diploma (DFSRH)
Date: 11 Feb 2020
Type: FSRH News and Information
Read on to find out more about our new FSRH diploma curriculum learning outcomes.
We’re pleased to share our updated Diploma (DFSRH) curriculum learning outcomes. The content has been developed by SRH and education experts, alongside detailed feedback from our trainers, members and learners. It is designed to reflect the latest research and practice in SRH.
What has changed in the Diploma (DFSRH) ?
The education level of our Diploma has not changed, but it will offer candidates clearer learning pathways and outcomes, within a new learning management system.
- A flexible approach
Choose your Diploma components in the order to suit you.
- Interactive learning, easily accessible
A new, improved online learning experience through a learning management system. You'll be able to log-on and access content online easily accessible at a time convenient to you.
- Mentor and peer support right from the start
Gain tailored advice from your Faculty Registered Trainer, alongside access to a community of peers.
- A range of resources to support your learning. Further details on these resources will be available soon
Our FSRH Diploma will continue to be relevant to all healthcare professionals providing contraception including anyone new to contraception and those with some existing experience. It is for healthcare professionals working in both integrated services and in primary care settings.
View further information on our new diploma entry requirements and learning pathway.
What level is the updated FSRH (DFRSH) Diploma?
The new Diploma has been designed by SRH experts and education specialists to ensure it is maintained at the same educational level as the old FSRH Diploma. Our pilots with doctors and nurses demonstrated that the learning and assessment is equally accessible to healthcare professionals that work in SRH.
What will the diploma curriculum cover?
Our Diploma curriculum will cover the following modules:
- 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)
- Needs of specific groups
- Adult and child/young person safeguarding
- Psychosexual medicine
- Cervical screening
We will continue to share regular updates on progress.