This webinar will be based on the new guideline that has been developed by the FSRH and brings together evidence and expert opinion on the provision of emergency contraception to women following unprotected sexual intercourse (UPSI).
This guideline is intended for UK clinicians including sexual and reproductive (SRH) clinicians, pharmacists, general practitioners (GP), nurses, and any other healthcare professional involved in advising and caring for women who present for emergency contraception. Typical settings where this guidance would be relevant include pharmacies, general practice, accident and emergency departments and sexual health clinics.
You can download this Guidance on the FSRH website for free.
Please note there are no certificates of attendance offered for our webinars played on demand. If you attend a live webinar and attend for more than 45 minutes, you will receive an email certificate within a week of the webinar.
FSRH webinars are provided free as a benefit of membership paid for by member’s subscriptions. For information about joining as a member visit the FSRH website. Non-members can pay to watch FSRH webinars, via the pink ‘Watch Now’ box on the bottom right of this page.
Dr Sarah Hardman
Deputy Direct of the FSRH Clinical Effectiveness Unit & a Speciality Doctor in SRH at the Chalmers Centre, Edinburgh.
Senior Nurse, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Chalmers Centre, Edinburgh.
The FSRH have selected Events4Healthcare to organise and run these online meetings on our behalf. All content and speakers are provided by the FSRH. If you have any questions or problems regarding webinars then you should contact the Events4Healthcare team.
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