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Why should a GP bother with psychosexual problems?

4/26/2017
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Annie Farrell, GP Partner in Liverpool, UK, reflects on the importance of patients being considered by General Practitioners "as a whole person rather than a symptom". Dr Farell spoke to Sandy Goldbeck-Wood, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC), at the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine (IPM) Annual Scientific Meeting, in Liverpool, March 2017. For more information please visit the JFPRHC website: http://jfprhc.bmj.com/. Related content...

Duration:00:05:34

Prescribing not prosecuting: the impact of healthcare professionals. FSRH's Current Choices

12/12/2016
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In this podcast, Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC) talks to two of the participants at one of the afternoon workshops held at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s Current Choices Conference held in London, UK in November 2016. The workshop was entitled ‘Prescribing not prosecuting: the impact of healthcare professionals’ legal duties on women and girls’ and it was led by Dr Jayne Kavanagh, Principal...

Duration:00:05:54

My first time at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare's Current Choices Conference

12/7/2016
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In this podcast, Dr Pushpam Chadha, Specialty Doctor and General Practitioner, reflects on her first visit to a Faculty Current Choices Conference, highlighting the sessions that she found particularly interesting, and outlining how she thinks the experience might benefit her practice. Dr Chad was in conversation with Janie Foote, Editorial Manager of the Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care (JFPRHC), at the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare’s Current Choices...

Duration:00:09:41

Sue Capstick and the Queens Nursing Award

5/5/2015
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Harriet Vickers speaks to Sue Capstick about winning the Queens Nurse Award and what this will mean for her future community work and what impact it might have on policy and public health.

Duration:00:12:46

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