Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (DFSRH)
- DFSRH: Diploma for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
- NDFSRH: Diploma for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
- LoC SDI: Letter of Competence in Sub-dermal Contraceptive Implant Techniques
- LoC IUT: Letter of Competence in Intrauterine Techniques
For information email firstname.lastname@example.org; We will be happy to send you details about the course aims and objectives and the relevant documentations for you to complete.
Course Convenor: Dr Elena Valarche (Faculty Registered Trainer)
Venue: Sexual Health Centre, St Annís Hospital, St Annís Road, Haringey, N15 3TH
Course of 5 is a one day clinical assessment
Aims of the C5 : provides an opportunity to
- practise and demonstrate practical skills required for the provision of contraception and testing of STIs
- develop increased awareness of the way that personal attitudes, gender, sexual preference and cultural differences impact on SRH consultations in a safe environment
- identify areas where further learning is required before proceeding to clinical assessments
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STIF Foundation and STIF Plus
This is a two day theoretical STIF course
Delegates must have basic knowledge, skills and attitudes for the effective management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Delegates are required to complete the appropriate modules in e-Learning for Health before attending. This will entail approx. 8 hours of study This is a multi-disciplinary course and applications are invited from:
- Doctors and nurses working in general practice
- GUM clinic staff
- Health Advisers
- Secondary care clinicians
- School Nurses.
For further information please visit the BASHH homepage. (http://www.bashh.org/)
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We also offer the following update sessions to health professionals interested in sexual health and contraception.
These update sessionís takes place yearly and is designed for clinicians who are already practicing within the field of Contraception & Sexual Health. The update is designed and presented by practicing Sexual Health clinicians, in order to reflect new developments, emerging issues and training needs within the field and discussion on cases.
Areas covered will include:
- Update in Combined Oral Contraception
- Emergency Contraception
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Problem Bleeding
- Case discussions
Contraception Update for Practice Nurses and Pharmacist
- To be aware of current contraceptive methods, mode of action, contra-indications, risks and benefits
- To have the basic knowledge to enable discussion of contraceptive options
It is currently estimated that around one third of people with HIV are unaware of their HIV status, with prejudice and stigma causing a barrier to accessing appropriate services.
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