We provide the broadest range of contraception and sexual health training courses in the UK. Whether you are a doctor, nurse, midwife, pharmacist, community care worker, or healthcare support worker, we have a course for you. If you represent a Clinical Commissioning Group, pharmacy, medical practice, educational institution, or any other body, we can develop bespoke sexual and reproductive health (SRH) training for your needs. Upcoming SRH courses and some of our bespoke institutional training options include:
Margaret Pyke Conferences – Training for doctors, nurses, midwives, and others
Next dates: 14 October 2019, 28 January 2020, and 10 July 2020
Royal College of Physicians, London
Our flagship conferences are appropriate for doctors, nurses, midwives and other health professionals working in primary and secondary care who, in the course of daily practice, advise patients on a range of issues and need to be up-to-date with recent SRH developments and the latest guidelines. Each is valid for 6 hours’ recertification of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s DFSRH and 6 CPD points. Find out more.
SRH Essentials for Primary Care – Training for primary care practitioners
Next dates: 18 September 2019, 5 December 2019, 11 February 2020, and 29 April 2020
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare designed SRH Essentials as the perfect introductory SRH course for GPs, nurses, midwives, physician associates, paramedics and other primary care professionals. Helping women to choose a contraceptive method, preventing unwanted pregnancies, and diagnosing STIs, are important aspects of day-to-day primary care, though many of those consulting patients have not had specific SRH training. This training bridges that gap. Find out more.
The Course of 5 is a component of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s Diploma. If you would like to apply to attend this training, you will need to commit to completing, and passing, the obligatory e-learning before the attending. Our Course of 5 is unique, in that all surpluses generated are invested in our training programmes in Ugandan hospitals. Find out more.
We provide bespoke in-house training courses on women’s health, sexual health and contraception for many Clinical Commissioning Groups, responding to their particular training needs. Find out more.
As pharmacies are increasingly undertaking provision of contraception, a growing number of pharmacies need training for their pharmacists and in-store nurses, based on their specific Patient Group Directions. Find out more.
Whilst bespoke training can be of any length, we believe a half-day course is appropriate for community care workers, enabling them to develop foundational knowledge to better support their NHS colleagues. Find out more.
Health care support workers have an increasingly important role and frequently lack the benefit of having had any specific SRH training. We can help identify training needs and design a course ensuring HCSWs have greater confidence and skill. Find out more.
Training for non-specialist doctors and nurses working in student environments is critical. The younger patient group is one with particular contraception and SRH needs, and we have experience in ensuring the right training for this audience. Find out more.
In addition to training clinicians at educational institutions, we also receive requests to provide presenters to school learners about relationships and risky behaviour in the context of contraception and sexual health. Using SRH nurses with a wealth of experience, we can provide speakers who can undertake this work with competence and sensitively. Find out more.
Our course covers the requirements specified for the half-day update training that should be undertaken every three years by sample takers. Find out more.
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