Introduction to Contraception in Primary Care (Study Day)

Who is it for?

This study day is suitable for first level registered nurses working in primary care settings.

Overview of content:

  • Methods of contraception
  • Assessment and review
  • Advising on choices
  • Legal and ethical issues in contraception and sexual health
  • Evidence based management of contraception

What is it about?

This study day provides an introduction to contraception for primary care. It will give an introduction to contraceptive choices and will look at the review, medical history, UKMEC, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare advice and guidance. The study day will also cover ethical and legal issues in contraception and sexual health.

How does it enhance practice?

Nurses have increased knowledge of the range of contraception methods, and how to assess, review and manage patients in relation to contraception and sexual health.

Course Structure:

1 x day study day 09.30 - 16.00

Upcoming dates:

06 December 2017

Application and Funding

To apply for this course, please select the "apply" link at the top right of this page. For information on funding options please see here.

If successful in your application for the course you will receive a confirmation email with the exact details of the location of teaching, closer to the start date.

Tuition Fees

For details of current tuition fees for self funded or sponsored applicants please click here.

Programme Leader/Contact Name:

Debbie Limb

Tel: 0114 222 2050 Email: D.C.Limb@sheffield.ac.uk