Joint BASHH & FSRH Virtual Conference - 29th March

29th March 2023


Location:

Online

Joint BASHH & FSRH Virtual Conference 2023

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An Inclusive Future in Sexual and Reproductive Health

Join a range of SRH professionals at our 18th annual Joint BASHH and FSRH Virtual Conference taking place online on Wednesday 29 March 2023.

We know that maintaining good sexual and reproductive health (SRH) has profound and positive long-term effects on individuals and society. We also know that many people experience poor SRH health outcomes. This one-day conference uniquely brings together BASHH and FSRH expertise to address sexual and reproductive health inequalities, and to consider how to achieve positive changes to practices and services.

Our expert panel of clinicians will discuss cross-cutting issues and explore what needs to happen on the ground to improve diagnosis, early interventions, and treatment for patients. The conference will present learnings from case studies and how this can be applied across different pathways, and how to bring about an inclusive future in sexual and reproductive health.

Sessions will provide clinical updates from the FSRH and BASHH and include discussions around diversity and inclusion when providing SRH care, mpox, complex contraception and STI cases, and more. 

If you are unable to join us live, you can purchase your ticket to watch a recording on –demand at a time convenient to you. All delegates will gain access to the event content afterwards for up to one month.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Appreciate the wide range of experiences of people using SRH service
  • Outline current and upcoming BASHH and FSRH clinical guidelines and standards
  • Consider diversity and inclusion when providing SRH care (to include sexuality, gender diversity, neurodiversity, ethnic background, ability).
  • Evaluate changes required to your own practice and service to address SRH health inequalities and improve outcomes

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Time

 

Title

 

Speaker

09:00

Welcome and introduction: Dr Chris Ward, Consultant Physician Genitourinary Medicine

BASHH Communications & Conference Secretary

 

Dr Kate Campbell, CSRH Consultant, Umbrella Sexual Health Birmingham  

09:15

FSRH Clinical Quality: What’s new? What’s next?

The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Clinical Effectiveness Unit (FSRH CEU)

09:45

BASHH Clinical Quality: What’s new from BASHH

Dr Orla McQuillan, ConsultantGUM, Withington Community Hospital

10:15

Session 1&2 Questions and answers

FSRH CEU & Dr Orla McQuillan

10:35

Tea and coffee break

10:45

Sexual Health stream: Chaired by Dr Chris Ward

11:05

Mpox: An update, case study

Dr Joseph Heskin, Specialty trainee in GUM Chelsea and Westminster

11:25

Mpox: Community standpoint

Terrance Higgins Trust

11:40

Questions and answers

Dr Joseph Heskin & speaker from the Terrance Higgins Trust

11:50

Cardiovascular syphilis - case study 1

Dr Chioma Okafor, Specialty trainee in GUM Nottingham University hospitals

12:00

Syphilis in transplant - case study 2

Dr Rachel Kirby, Specialty trainee in GUM Manchester Foundation Trust

12:10

Questions and answers

Dr Chioma Okafor & Dr Rachel Kirby

12:25

Lunch break

13:00

Lunch & Learn Session (to be confirmed)

13:15

Reproductive Healthcare stream: Chaired by Dr Kate Campbell

13:20

Contraception for Sex Workers

Speaker invited

13:40

Case study: Contraception for Sex Workers

Speaker invited

13:55

Questions and answers

 

14:10

Combined Contraception: How to get the most from it + clinical case study

Dr Heike Gleser, Consultant Sexual & Reproductive Health, Dundee Health and Social Care Partnership, Ninewells Hospital

14:30

Questions and answers

Dr Heike Gleser

14:45

Tea and coffee break

14:55

Sexual & Reproductive Health: Chaired by Dr Chris Ward and Dr Kate Campbell

15:00

Sex with a Disability SWAD

Lorraine Stanley, CEO of SWAD (Sex with a disability)

15:30

Questions and answers

Lorraine Stanley

15:40

Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare in Deprived Communities

Speaker invited

15:55

Questions and answers

 

16:05

Ask the experts: Live questions and answers – Chaired by Dr Chris Ward & Dr Kate Campbell

 

16:25

Closing remarks by Dr Chris Ward & Dr Kate Campbell

16:25

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