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"e-SRH has the potential to reach several thousand clinicians delivering direct sexual health care in a number of different clinical areas."
Dr Chris Wilkinson - President, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

The comprehensive curriculum for e-SRH was developed to reflect the level of knowledge and competence required by a doctor or nurse delivering non-specialist sexual and reproductive healthcare in a community setting.


It includes:

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  • Contraception

  • Sexually transmitted infections

  • Early pregnancy assessment and referral

  • Recognising psychosexual problems

  • The law relating to confidentiality, sexual activity and young people

Eighteen modules were originally developed for the project and were written by clinical experts working in both general practice and specialist services. The project now consists of sixteen modules and over 45 sessions.

The e-learning sessions incorporate exciting interactive multimedia, such as video clips and animation along with real-life case studies to help learners understand the views of both patients and professionals. The materials have been designed to be used on a standard laptop or PC via a broadband internet connection at home or in the workplace.

You can find out more about the e-SRH curriculum by selecting the module buttons below. Or alternatively, you can download a pdf version.

 

Module 1 - Principles of Service Provision

Principles of Service Provision

  • The Law Relating to Sexual Activity

  • Understanding the Client's Perspective

  • Confidentiality, Consent and Chaperones

  • Working with Young People

Module 2 - Basic Anatomy and Physiology

Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  • Anatomy and Physiology

Module 3 - Risk Assessment and Sexual Behaviour

Risk Assessment and Sexual Behaviour

  • Risk Assessment

Module 4 - Pregnancy

Pregnancy

  • Planning Pregnancy

  • Early Pregnancy Assessment and Referral

Module 5 - Psychosexual Medicine

Psychosexual Medicine

  • Psychosexual Medicine

Module 6 - Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault

  • Sexual Assault

Module 7 - Screening and Vaccination Programmes in SRH

Screening and Vaccination Programmes in SRH

  • Cervical Screening

  • Chlamydia Screening

Module 8 - Contraceptive Choices

Contraceptive Choices

  • Mechanism of Action and Contraceptive Effectiveness

  • Assessment of Risk and Medical Eligibility

  • Fertility Awareness Methods

  • Starting and Using Estrogen Containing Hormonal Contraceptives 1

  • Starting and Using Estrogen Containing Hormonal Contraceptives 2

  • Starting and Using Oral and Injectable Progestogen only Hormonal Contraceptives

  • Starting and Using Barrier Contraceptives

  • Assessment and Referral for IUD or IUS Fitting

  • Assessment and Referral for SDI Fitting

  • Assessment and Referral for Sterilisation

  • Choosing and Using a Method: Young People

  • Choosing and Using a Method: In the Perimenopause

  • Choosing and Using a Method: After Pregnancy

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

Contraception: Managing Side-effects and Complications of Use

  • Managing Bleeding Problems in Hormonal Contraceptive Users

  • Managing Hormonal Side-effects

  • Managing Side-effects Complications IUD IUS

Module 10 - Emergency Contraception

Emergency Contraception

  • Emergency Contraception

  • Emergency Contraception: Cases

Module 11 - Testing for Sexually Transmitted and Genital Infections

Testing for Sexually Transmitted and Genital Infections

  • Test in Current Use: An Overview

  • Asymptomatic Screening

Module 12 - Problem-based Approach to STI Testing

Problem-based Approach to STI Testing

  • Abnormal Vulvovaginal Symptoms

  • Pelvic Pain

  • Male Urethral Discharge: Dysuria Orchitis

  • Genital Lumps and Infestations

  • Genital Ulceration

Module 13 - Testing for HIV and Blood Borne Viruses

Testing for HIV and Blood Borne Viruses

  • HIV Testing

  • Hepatitis A, B and C

Module 14 - Partner Notification

Partner Notification

  • Partner Notification

Module 15 - Archived

This module has been archived.

Module 16 - Archived

This module has been archived.

 

Module 17 - Additional Training in Sub-dermal Contraceptive Implants (SDI)

Additional Training in Sub-dermal Contraceptive Implants (SDI)

  • Local Anaesthesia for Sub-dermal Implant Insertion and Removal

  • SDI: Summary of Method

  • SDI: Insertion and Removal

  • Managing Impalpable Implants

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

Additional Training in Intrauterine Contraceptive Methods (IUT)

  • Local Anaesthesia and Analgesia for IUD/IUS Insertion

  • IUT: Summary of Method

  • IUT: Facilitation Choice

  • IUT: Insertion

  • IUT: Removal

  • IUT: Managing Unexpected Situations and Complications

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