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July 2016

Volume 42

Issue 3

Impact Factor: 1.308

Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care  (JFPRHC) 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.
JFPRHC is published by BMJ on behalf of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. JFPRHC is also endorsed by MEDFASH.


In this podcast, Dr Melanie Mann explores the importance of IPM training in sexual and reproductive health practice. Dr Mann 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.

Listen to the podcast here >>

New evidence digest

Each issue of JFPRHC now includes a new section called 'Venus' that offers a digest of the latest research published in other journals. Venus is designed to keep the busy clinician up to date with all the latest evidence in sexual and reproductive healthcare.

Venus >> 

FSRH launches UK MEC 2016

FSRH launches its updated and now fully-digital UK MEC – the authoritative, ‘go-to’ reference for clinicians providing contraceptives safely across the life course. The 2016 edition has been carefully constructed for clinicians living and working in a ‘one-click’, digital age. Clinicians are able to access a searchable online version of the UKMEC. The new online UKMEC facilitates effortless navigation, with features that cross reference the UK MEC with other clinical guidance documents. All FSRH members are able to download and print the UK MEC 2016 for free as an exclusive member benefit.

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FSRH new vision

The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare has launched a new vision. Developed with and by FSRH members, the vision is designed to demonstrate that good sexual reproductive health is key to healthy lives - beginning with education and ending with encouraging post-reproductive health and truly reflecting a person’s life course.

Vision >>

Free sample

This recent issue is free to all users to allow everyone the opportunity to see the full scope and typical content of JFPRHC.

Sample issue >>