The FSRH Hatfield Vision
By 2030, reproductive health inequalities will have significantly improved for all women and girls, enabling them to live well and pursue their ambitions in every aspect of their lives.
Maintaining good reproductive health and wellbeing has profound and positive long-term effects on the individual and society. However, we know that many women and girls experience poor reproductive health, with almost half of all pregnancies in the UK being ambivalent or unplanned.
This is why we have developed the FSRH Hatfield Vision, our blueprint outlining what needs to be achieved to improve the health of 51% of the UK’s population and tackle the inequalities that women and girls face across their lifetime.
FSRH Hatfield Vision
A Framework to Improve Women and Girls’ Reproductive Health Outcomes
"The FSRH Hatfield Vision is critical for achieving universal excellence in reproductive healthcare" – Dr Asha Kasliwal, FSRH President
The Vision features priority goals and actions endorsed by 34 organisations in areas such as access to contraception, reproductive rights, menopause, menstrual health, cervical screening and maternal health outcomes in black women and women of colour. It has been developed in consultation with the sector.
The FSRH Hatfield Vision is a legacy to the late Jane Hatfield, the first CEO of FSRH, who worked tirelessly to improve the quality of reproductive healthcare that every woman and girl receives.
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The FSRH Hatfield Vision is endorsed by:
· All Party Parliamentary Group on
Sexual and Reproductive Health in the UK
· Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH)
· Bayer UK
· British Medical Association (BMA)
· British Menopause Society (BMS)
· British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS)
· British Society of Abortion Care Providers (BSACP)
· Company Chemists' Association (CCA)
· Doctors for Choice
· Endometriosis UK
· English HIV & Sexual Health National Commissioners Group
· Faculty of Public Health (FPH)
· Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine (FPM)
· Fertility Network UK
· Humanists UK
· Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust
· Local Government Association (LGA)
· Medical Women's Federation (MWF)
· MSI Reproductive Choices UK
· NAM Aidsmap
· National AIDS Trust (NAT)
· National Pharmacy Association (NPA)
· National Unplanned Pregnancy Advisory Service (NUPAS)
· Organon UK
· Primary Care Women's Health Forum (PCWHF)
· Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP)
· Royal College of Midwives (RCM)
· Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
· Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
· Sex Education Forum (SEF)
· Teenage Pregnancy Knowledge Exchange (TPKE)
· The Eve Appeal
· The Lowdown