Training and development
We provide clinical and non-clinical sexual health training for healthcare workers, community pharmacies and other health and social care professionals
The SRH essentials course is aimed specifically at healthcare practitioners working in primary care settings.
It provides an interactive day with scenario based learning, presentations, time for discussion, questions and role play. It is relevant for those needing an introduction to SRH and also provides a useful update for more experienced staff. These courses are delivered in a variety of locations across the UK. SRH essentials is not a competency based course and it is not assessed.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
All staff have an important role to play in making every contact count and are often in key positions to respond to concerns about sexual health. This course is to enable all those who come into contact with adults and young people to develop awareness of, and the ability to act on, concerns about their sexual health needs, welfare and safety.
Targeted clinical and operational training for GP and CP staff to support the LES delivery programme. We offer bespoke sessions at practice, pharmacy or network, cluster and locality level. Contact us to discuss how we can design a bespoke course for you.
Suitable for doctors, nurses, health care assistants and pharmacists. This course provides multidisciplinary training in the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for the diagnosis, management and prevention of STIs.
After approximately 10 hours of pre course e-learning, delegates attend 2 face-to-face study days.
Reproductive healthcare updates will provide you with the most recent data and other information to support your clinical practice and professional development. We offer both bespoke training sessions - for GP network, cluster, locality multi-disciplinary staff and protected learning time (PLT) sessions on contraception and reproductive healthcare for each borough designed in collaboration with local primary care staff.
A series of webinars to support you to provide medicines for STIs and contraception using PGDs. Compulsory for the NEL LES.
This project supports women who have been sexually assaulted or abused to engage in cervical screening and sexual and reproductive health services.
We run a multidisciplinary clinic in partnership with MBB to provide survivor-led and trauma informed healthcare. Women can self refer via their website.
Watch our webinar which guides clinicians in the provision of cervical screening for patients who find intimate examinations challenging, particularly in the context of previous sexual trauma.
We can also provide bespoke in-house training courses on, sexual health and contraception for clinical commissioning groups, clinics, medical centres, schools and others. Contact us to discuss how we can design a bespoke course for you.