Case Studies in Contraception
In this speaker session filmed at Guidelines Live 2022, Dr Toni Hazell covers awareness of relative effectiveness of contraception, why it is important to always think consent, safeguarding and Gillick/Fraser competence, and understanding UK medical eligibility criteria.
Complement your learning by accessing our range of clinical Guidelines summaries on womenâ€™s health and sexual health, which cover topics including menopause, urinary tract infection, breast cancer, pregnancy and breastfeeding, contraception, and sexually transmitted infection.
Keen to Learn More About Women's Health? Read These Guidelines in Practice Expert Articles:
- Key Learning Points: Progestogen-only Pills, by Dr Rebecca Mawson
- Key Learning Points: Drug Interactions with Contraception, by Dr Toni Hazell
- Contraception for Women Aged Over 40: What, When, and for How Long, by Dr Katie Boog and Valerie Warner Findlay
View our Guidelines Live 2022 special companion editions of Guidelines and Guidelines in Practice, produced to provide further information on sessions covered in the main agenda.
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The Primary Care Womenâ€™s Health Forum
This Guidelines Live session was supported by the Primary Care Womenâ€™s Health Forum (PCWHF), a group of 10,000 healthcare professionals with a special interest in womenâ€™s health. The PCWHF aims to promote and progress standards in womenâ€™s health in primary care through education, resources, and events, and lobbies on behalf of its members to determine future strategic direction and policymaking for womenâ€™s health. Find out more about the PCWHF.