Sinopsis

The Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care is a peer reviewed journal that aims to improve reproductive and sexual health nationally and internationally. The Journal publishes high-quality research and information relevant to clinical care, service delivery, training and education in the field of contraception and reproductive/sexual health.BMJ Group publishes the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care on behalf of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

Episodios

  • Mobile phones and Internets role in contraception

    Mobile phones and Internet's role in contraception

    28/08/2018 Duración: 06min

    In this podcast, Dr Julia Bailey (Associate Professor, e-Health Unit at University College London and Specialty Doctor in Community Sexual Health, Southeast London, UK) discusses her lecture on ‘Contraception in the future: mobile phones and the internet’. Dr Bailey is speaking with Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (BMJ SRH) at the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) Annual Scientific Meeting held at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, UK on 17–18 May 2018. https://srh.bmj.com/

  • In conversation with the Patient and Public Involvement Editor, Linda Pepper

    In conversation with the Patient and Public Involvement Editor, Linda Pepper

    27/06/2018 Duración: 10min

    In this podcast, Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (BMJ SRH) is in conversation with Linda Pepper, who recently joined the journal’s editorial team in the newly created role of Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Editor. Linda talks about her extensive career in women’s healthcare and her long-standing links with a number of key patient organisations, and is clearly excited about the possibilities offered by her new journal role. Linda also talks about some of the lectures that she has found particularly relevant and stimulating, and reflects on how much (and in some respects how little) things have changed in the women’s sexual healthcare arena during the last 50 years. Linda and Janie were talking at the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) Annual Scientific Meeting held at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham, UK on 17–18 May 2018. http://srh.bmj.com

  • Why should a GP bother with psychosexual problems?

    Why should a GP bother with psychosexual problems?

    26/04/2017 Duración: 05min

    Annie Farrell, GP Partner in Liverpool, UK, reflects on the importance of patients being considered by General Practitioners "as a whole person rather than a symptom". Dr Farell spoke to Sandy Goldbeck-Wood, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC), at the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine (IPM) Annual Scientific Meeting, in Liverpool, March 2017. For more information please visit the JFPRHC website: http://jfprhc.bmj.com/. Related content about this subject can be read here: http://jfprhc.bmj.com/content/43/4/335.1.

  • Abortion care provision: new advances and approaches

    Abortion care provision: new advances and approaches

    04/04/2017 Duración: 08min

    Two of the founders of the British Society of Abortion Care Providers (BSACP) talk to Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC). Dr Tracey Masters, consultant in Sexual & Reproductive Health, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, spoke on ‘Training and working in abortion care’ and Dr Patricia Lohr, Medical Director, bpas, London, covered ‘Recent technical advances in abortion care’. Drs Masters and Lohr were two of the invited speakers at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) International Women’s Day ‘Abortion Care: Our Responsibility’ event held at the RCOG in London, UK on Friday 3 March 2017. They identify their event highlights, and explain why they consider now is a particularly exciting time to be working in abortion care provision. Suggested related articles can be found in the January 2017 issue of JFPRHC: • “Reforming abortion services in the UK: less hypocrisy, more acknowledgement of complex

  • Abortion doesnt cause mental health issues, reporting from ‘Abortion Care: Our Responsibility’

    "Abortion doesn't cause mental health issues", reporting from ‘Abortion Care: Our Responsibility’

    15/03/2017 Duración: 08min

    In this podcast, Dr Edna Astbury-Ward (Senior Lecturer, School of Social and Life Sciences, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, Wales) talks about her lecture on ‘The effect of unintended pregnancy and abortion on mental health and well being’ and discusses her future research plans. Dr Edna Astbury-Ward speaks to Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC) at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) International Women’s Day ‘Abortion Care: Our Responsibility’ event held at the RCOG in London, UK on Friday 3 March 2017.

  • My Body Back: meet the mentors of the awarded cervical screening clinic for sexually assaulted women

    My Body Back: meet the mentors of the awarded cervical screening clinic for sexually assaulted women

    18/01/2017 Duración: 08min

    In this podcast, the winners of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care’s David Bromham Memorial Award 2016 are in conversation with Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care about the ‘My Body Back (MBB) Project’. The My Body Back (MBB) Clinic at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London is a unique cervical screening clinic for women who have been sexually assaulted and was established in August 2015. The template for the clinic is one of time, space, listening, sharing control and an unspoken understanding of the particular difficulties faced by these women. After accepting the award, the winners spoke to conference delegates about the MBB Clinic two years on from its inception, and talking to them afterwards over a cup of coffee they tell Janie Foote more about the clinic and how it operates. The four women who shared the award for this project are: Dr Jill Zelin, Consultant GU Physician, Barts Health NHS Trust; Louise Cadman, Research Nurse C

  • Prescribing not prosecuting: the impact of healthcare professionals. FSRHs Current Choices

    Prescribing not prosecuting: the impact of healthcare professionals. FSRH's Current Choices

    12/12/2016 Duración: 05min

    In this podcast, Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC) talks to two of the participants at one of the afternoon workshops held at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s Current Choices Conference held in London, UK in November 2016. The workshop was entitled ‘Prescribing not prosecuting: the impact of healthcare professionals’ legal duties on women and girls’ and it was led by Dr Jayne Kavanagh, Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow at University College London (UCL) Medical School, and Specialty Doctor in sexual and reproductive health at the Margaret Pyke Centre in London. Dr Kavanagh is a Principal Clinical Teaching Fellow at UCL, where she is responsible for designing and delivering the medical ethics and law undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at UCL Medical School. The workshop considered two controversial and timely topics, namely (1) the potential impact on consultations of mandatory recording, sharing and reporting of

  • My first time at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcares Current Choices Conference

    My first time at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare's Current Choices Conference

    07/12/2016 Duración: 09min

    In this podcast, Dr Pushpam Chadha, Specialty Doctor and General Practitioner, reflects on her first visit to a Faculty Current Choices Conference, highlighting the sessions that she found particularly interesting, and outlining how she thinks the experience might benefit her practice. Dr Chad was in conversation with Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC), at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s Current Choices Conference held in London, UK in November 2016. http://jfprhc.bmj.com/

  • Psychosexual Medicine: how to get to the bottom of a sexual and reproductive health problem

    Psychosexual Medicine: how to get to the bottom of a sexual and reproductive health problem

    05/04/2016 Duración: 08min

    In this podcast, Dr Melanie Mann explores the importance of IPM training in sexual and reproductive health practice. The Consultant in Contraception and Reproductive Health and IPM's trainee talks about the relationship between the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine's seminar groups and 'real' consultations, feelings and examinations techniques that contribute to improve practices. Melanie Mann spoke to Sandy Goldbeck-Wood, the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC), at the 2016's Institute of Psychosexual Medicine´s Annual Scientific Meeting, held in Bristol, UK.

  • Is my body going to do what it needs for sex?, psychosexual therapy after spinal injury

    "Is my body going to do what it needs for sex?", psychosexual therapy after spinal injury

    05/04/2016 Duración: 05min

    In this podcast, Michelle Donald, Psychosexual Counsellor to a series of spinal injuries centres, tells her story on how she became involved with Psychosexual Therapy and how it is applied to people suffering from spinal injuries. This interview was conducted by Sandy Goldbeck-Wood, the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC), at the 2016's Institute of Psychosexual Medicine´s Annual Scientific Meeting, held in Bristol, UK.

  • Sue Capstick and the Queens Nursing Award

    Sue Capstick and the Queens Nursing Award

    05/05/2015 Duración: 12min

    Harriet Vickers speaks to Sue Capstick about winning the Queens Nurse Award and what this will mean for her future community work and what impact it might have on policy and public health.

  • Ann Furedi at the FSRH/BASHH joint conference

    Ann Furedi at the FSRH/BASHH joint conference

    25/03/2015 Duración: 14min

    Dr Sandy Goldbeck-Wood speaks to Ann Furedi, the Chief Executive of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS)about women and their access to reproductive and sexual healthcare.

  • FSRH Nurses Conference: Marg Bannerman on recommendations for SRH education

    FSRH Nurses Conference: Marg Bannerman on recommendations for SRH education

    03/11/2014 Duración: 05min

    Laura Templer talks to Marg Bannerman, Associate Professor for the Faculty of Health Sciences at Staffordshire University, about recommendations for service commissioners for SRH education. This podcast was recorded at the FSRH Nurses Conference, September 2014. For more information on the diploma, see: www.fsrh.org/pages/Diploma_of_the_FSRH.asp

  • FSRH Nurses Conference: Chris Wilkinson on having nurses as members of the faculty

    FSRH Nurses Conference: Chris Wilkinson on having nurses as members of the faculty

    03/11/2014 Duración: 04min

    Laura Templer talks to Chris Wilkinson, the Faculty President, about having nurses as members of the Faculty and about the content and purpose of the conference. This podcast was recorded at the FSRH Nurses Conference, September 2014. For more information on the diploma, see: www.fsrh.org/pages/Diploma_of_the_FSRH.asp

  • FSRH Nurses Conference: Sue Capstick on the impact nurses can have on managing services

    FSRH Nurses Conference: Sue Capstick on the impact nurses can have on managing services

    03/11/2014 Duración: 05min

    Laura Templer talked to Sue Capstick, Service Line Manager Sexual Health Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, about how having the faculty training and membership opened up to nurses will effect managing services. This podcast was recorded at the FSRH Nurses Conference, September 2014. For more information on the diploma, see: www.fsrh.org/pages/Diploma_of_the_FSRH.asp

  • FSRH Nurses Conference: Anne Connolly on the diploma and its influence on general practice

    FSRH Nurses Conference: Anne Connolly on the diploma and its influence on general practice

    03/11/2014 Duración: 04min

    Laura Templer talks to Anne Connolly, Vice President of the FSRH, about how having faculty training and membership opened up to nurses will effect and influence general practice. This podcast was recorded at the FSRH Nurses Conference, September 2014. For more information on the diploma, see: http://www.fsrh.org/pages/Diploma_of_the_FSRH.asp

  • FSRH Nurses conference: Wendy Moore on the nurses diploma

    FSRH Nurses conference: Wendy Moore on the nurses diploma

    03/11/2014 Duración: 02min

    Laura Templer talks to Wendy Moore, nurse practitioner in sexual health services, about the new nurses diploma and the training that is involved with it. This podcast was recorded at the FSRH Nurses Conference, September 2014. For more information on the diploma, see: http://www.fsrh.org/pages/Diploma_of_the_FSRH.asp

  • Lets talk about sex and endometriosis

    Let's talk about sex and endometriosis

    31/10/2013 Duración: 12min

    JFPRHC associate editor Andrew Horne talks to Lone Hummelshoj, chief executive, World Endometriosis Research Foundation, and secretary general, World Endometriosis Society, about a poorly recognised symptom of endometriosis: painful sex.Read the full commentary here: http://bit.ly/1csG9m7

  • What do we do with all the false-positive CA125s?

    What do we do with all the false-positive CA125s?

    16/10/2013 Duración: 10min

    Andrew Horne talks to Scott Wilkes, honorary senior lecturer, Institute of Health & Society, Newcastle University, about the use of CA 125 as a triage tool for ovarian cancer, for women who have a range of relatively non-specific symptoms. Read Dr Wilkes' full commentary here http://bit.ly/169MoZf

  • A new method of family planning

    A new method of family planning

    09/09/2013 Duración: 13min

    In this month's podcast we'll hear a call for the development of a new form of family planning, one that would work after fertilisation.Kate Guthrie, consultant gynaecologist with a special interest in family planning, interviews Elizabeth Raymond, senior medical associate at Gynuity Health Projects, who co-authored the JFPRHC article.

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