Integrated Practice for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

University of the West of England, Bristol
Delivery Method: Face-to-face

To apply for this course you must be a first level nurse recorded on the first part of the NMC register, or a registered midwife, and be working in an appropriate environment. Clinical competencies need to be achieved within the practice environment with support from identified sexual health nurse or doctor mentors and Faculty Registered Trainers. If you are unsure of the suitability of the course for your needs please contact the course leader

This course is offered at Level 3 (Degree) and is delivered at our Glenside Campus.

Course content includes:

  • Evidence base of sexual health, for example, reducing unintended pregnancy
  • Advocacy and empowerment of service users making choices
  • Management of ill health to include assessing, planning and evaluating practice
  • Holistic assessment of clients' physical, social and psychological needs
  • Safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults
  • Promoting sexual health
  • Promoting healthy relationships
  • Contraceptive needs of service users
  • Sexually transmitted infections: impact and transmission
  • Participation in integrated sexual health delivery
  • Reflection on learning and professional development through the use of reflective frameworks.


Teaching will include five study days, divided into the following:

  • one introductory study day and preparation for the online assessment
  • two days protected study time to complete e-learning modules
  • one day to complete the electronic knowledge assessment (eKA) plus a seminar
  • one day to complete the course of 5 assessment.

Study time will total 200 hours to include a combination of scheduled (approx 60 hours), independent (approx 40 hours) and learning in practice (approx 100 hours).

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Taye Girma (September 2020)

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