Contraception and Sexual Health Introduction (Public Health) Level 1
May 20 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Course Title Contraception & Sexual Health Introduction (Public Health) Level 1
Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and preventing sexual ill-health is important to both individuals and communities. People have different needs at different times; however, most will at some point require access to services including provision of contraception and testing for (and treatment of) sexually transmitted infections. This awareness training doesn’t cover wider aspects of education and learning that registered professionals will need to fulfill their role in the provision of contraception under a patient group direction or as a non- medical prescriber. It provides a current awareness of sexual health and contraceptive practices available for patients to be sign posted to and will increase knowledge and dispel myths and misconceptions relating to sexual health and contraception. It will broaden your depth of knowledge and you will leave with an understanding of local services, how to access them, and where/how their own service fits into the wider systems to support sexual health and well – being.
Duration: 5 hours (09:00-14:00 via MS Teams)
Cost for programme: ERYC Public Health are funding 4 courses in 2021 for ERYC practitioners working with young people and other vulnerable groups. Places on these course are free but ERYC PH reserve the right to re-charge services for participants that are booked on and do not attend. Funded course dates are:
20th May 2021
15th July 2021
22nd September 2021
9th December 2021
The cost to book an in-house course is £800 + VAT.
Start Time – Finish Time 9am registration. This allows for logging into the session and confirming attendance online. Introductions to the session and housekeeping whilst online or if face to face session.
Sexual Health presentation 930 – 11.30 – Tonian Lowe
Break 30 mins
Contraception including emergency contraception presentation start 12- 2pm – Kay Merritt
Target Audience: – Local authority services, for example – Health and well- being services, young people’s services, social care services, voluntary services. School nurses, health visitors, midwives, prison services, primary care services and other services in East Yorkshire who will benefit from an introduction to current contraceptive choices and sexual health.
This list is not exhaustive therefore, please enquire if you feel this is something your service will benefit from.
To book a place on an ERYC PH funded course, please complete the details below and email to: CHCP.email@example.com