The Faculty has had a mandatory continuing medical education programme (known as recertification) since its inception in 1993. There are two programmes, one addressing the needs of Fellows and Members detailed on this webpage and a separate one addressing holders of the Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health. (DFSRH).
In order to bring the FSRH recertification requirements into parity with other Faculties and the Royal Colleges, doctors recertifying from 2012 are required to gain 250 credits in each five year recertification cycle. Doctors should now aim to collect credits at a rate of 50 per year.
Statement of Principle
The Faculty supports the Ten Principles for College/Faculty CPD schemes as published by the Academy of Royal Medical Colleges
FSRH Logbook for MFSRH and FFSRH Recertification
The full details of the MFSRH and FFSRH recertification programme including information on CPD points and how to calculate and record them are included in the handbook on this webpage below. You can also download the MFSRH and FFSRH logbook to help you with recording your CPD points. See the two attachments below.
Personal beliefs guidance
At the time of recertifying your FSRH qualification, you need to confirm you have read the 6 principles of care as outlined in the “Guidance for those undertaking or recertifying FSRH qualifications whose personal beliefs conflict with the provision of abortion or any method of contraception” and agree to abide by them in practice.
Intellectual Property Rights
All intellectual property rights for any FSRH qualification including documents, materials and content belonging to and produced by the FSRH should not be used for purposes other than FSRH training. Should you wish to use any of the IPR for purposes other than FSRH training you must seek the FSRH’s approval in writing with your request via our copyright request form. We aim to respond to submissions of this nature within one working week.
Contact the recertification team on +44(0)20 3198 3180 or email email@example.com for more information.