FSRH Hot Topic: Preventing and recognising syphilis and HIV in women

6th September 2023

The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) and The British Association for Sexual Health & HIV (BASHH) have developed an event together - **FSRH Hot Topic: Preventing and recognising syphilis and HIV in women**

Please find the programme link. This programme has been created by Dr Claire Dewsnapp and Dr Janet Barter. Please see further details below:

Date: Wednesday 27 September 2023
Time: 09:30 – 12:30
Venue: Delivered via Zoom

Registration: Doctors / GPs, nurses, midwifes, pharmacists, physician associates – and other healthcare professionals with an interest in SRH.

Learning outcomes:
• Identifying the importance of early recognition and diagnosis of syphilis and HIV in women to minimise transmission and improve treatment outcomes.
• Enhancing knowledge of effective prevention strategies for syphilis and HIV in women, including safe sexual practices and testing.
• Providing practical tools and resources for healthcare professionals to effectively educate and empower women about syphilis and HIV prevention, testing, and treatment options.
• Discussing the psychological and social implications of syphilis and HIV in women and the importance of comprehensive care, including mental health support and stigma reduction.

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