Sexual & reproductive healthcare – Learn Online from FSRH & HEE

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Last Update August 10, 2022
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Course Prerequisites

  • Please note that this course has the following prerequisites which must be completed before it can be accessed

About This Course

Sexual and reproductive healthcare – Learn Online & Get Certification from FSRH & HEE

e-Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (e-SRH) covers the knowledge base to deliver high-quality healthcare in community settings. It is relevant to healthcare professionals around the world.

A comprehensive e-learning resource on sexual and reproductive healthcare

Written by leading clinical experts in the UK, this programme covers a wide range of themes, such as contraception, sexually transmitted infections, psychosexual problems, health promotion and health education. It is packed with interactive features such as video clips, animations and real-life case studies, to support your learning.

e-SRH is relevant to a wide range of healthcare professionals working in sexual health, general practice, obstetrics and gynaecology, including doctors, nurses, health visitors and pharmacists. It fulfils the theoretical training requirement for the UK diplomas in sexual and reproductive healthcare.

Convenient, easy online access

e-SRH is available via the Internet so you can study in the workplace, at home or even on the move. The programme has been developed by the UK Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH), part of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare.

e-SRH has garnered widespread acclaim, including a UK award for excellence in learning and skills, reflecting the high quality of the learning content.

Do you work in sexual and reproductive healthcare outside the UK?

Alongside e-SRH, the FSRH International Certificate of Knowledge in Sexual and Reproductive Health is a complementary programme specifically designed for healthcare professionals outside the UK.

For a full list of all the modules and sessions for our programmes, please go to:

This 12-month package includes:

  • access to award-winning online SRH content tailored to international audiences
  • an online assessment – with an FSRH certificate available on successful completion
  • affiliate membership of the FSRH for one year – including free access to guidance, standards and many other resources.

Learning Objectives

By the UK Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
Affiliate membership of the FSRH for one year

Target Audience

  • OBGYN Professionals


Module 1 – Principles of Service Provision

1. Principles of Service Delivery 2. The Law Relating to Sexual Activity 3. Understanding the Client's Perspective 4. Confidentiality, Consent and Chaperones 5. Working with Young People

Module 2 – Basic Anatomy and Physiology

Anatomy and Physiology

Module 3 – Risk Assessment and Sexual Behaviour

1. Sexual Behaviour 2. Risk Assessment

Module 4 – Pregnancy

1. Planning Pregnancy 2. Early Pregnancy Assessment and Referral

Module 5 – Psychosexual Medicine

Psychosexual Medicine

Module 6 – Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault

Module 7 – Screening and Vaccination Programmes

1. Cervical Screening 2. Chlamydia Screening

Module 8 – Contraceptive Choices

1. Mechanism of Action and Contraceptive Effectiveness 2. Assessment of Risk and Medical Eligibility 3. Fertility Awareness Methods 4. Starting and Using Oestrogen-containing Hormonal Contraceptives 1 5. Starting and Using Oestrogen-containing Hormonal Contraceptives 2 6. Starting and Using Oral and Injectable Progestogen-only Hormonal Contraceptives 7. Starting and Using Barrier Contraceptives 8. Assessment and Referral for Interuterine Device (IUD) or Interuterine System (IUS) Fitting 9. Assessment and Referral for Subdermal Contraceptive Implant (SDI) Fitting 10. Assessment and Referral for Sterilisation 11. Choosing and Using a Method: Young People 12. Choosing and Using a Method: In the Perimenopause 13. Choosing and Using a Method: After Pregnancy

Module 9 – Contraception: Managing Side-effects and Complications of Use

1. Managing Bleeding Problems in Hormonal Contraceptive Users 2. Managing Hormonal Side-effects 3. Managing Side-effects and Complications (IUD/IUS) 4. Managing Impalpable Implants

Module 10 – Emergency Contraception

1. Emergency Contraception 2. Emergency Contraception: Cases

Module 11 – Testing for Sexually Transmitted and Genital Infections

1. Test in Current Use: An Overview 2. Asymptomatic Screening

Module 12 – Problem-based Approach to STI Testing

1. Abnormal Vulvovaginal Symptoms 2. Pelvic Pain 3. Male Urethral Discharge: Dysuria Orchitis 4. Genital Lumps and Infestations 5. Genital Ulceration

Module 13 – Testing for HIV and Blood-borne Viruses

HIV Testing

Module 14 – Partner Notification

Partner Notification

Module 17 – Additional Training in Subdermal Contraceptive Implants (SDI)

1. Local Anaesthesia for Subdermal Implant Insertion and Removal 2. SDI: Summary of Method 3. SDI: Insertion and Removal 4. Managing Impalpable Implants

Module 18 – Additional Training in Intrauterine Contraceptive Methods (IUT)

1. Local Anaesthesia and Analgesia for IUD/IUS Insertion 2. IUT: Summary of Method 3. IUT: Facilitating Choice 4. IUT: Insertion 5. IUT: Removal 6. IUT: Managing Unexpected Situations and Complications

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