BELIEVABLE WEBSITES IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
Training Courses on offer + useful search engine for most of your FAQs
Online version of the Directory of Hormonal Contraception, with names of (equivalent) pill brands used throughout the world
WHO’s Eligibility criteria and new Practice recommendations
Evidence-based College Guidelines on male and female sterilisation, infertility and menorrhagia
Includes Faculty Guidance on Emergency Contraception (April 2003), FACT reports, access to the Journal of the Faculty of FP
Patient information plus those essential leaflets! Excellent Helpline, 0845 310 1334
Similar to FPA but for < 25s; plus a really secure on-line enquiry service. Helpline 0800 0185023
The fertility awareness and NFP service, including teachers available locally
National guidelines for the management of all STIs and a listing of all GUM Clinics in the UK
Sex – are you thinking about it enough? Website that fully informs plus makes it really easy for teens to access services. Supported by the Teenage Pregnancy Unit.
Reproductive health for lay persons, by Marie Stopes – fronted by Geri Halliwell
FAQs as asked by teens, on all health subjects, not just reproductive health - from Anorexia to Zits!
Research-based advice on menopause and hormone replacement therapy.
Enter postcode to get nearest Relate centre for relationship counselling and psychosexual therapy. Many publications.
Website of Institute of Psychosexual Medicine. Seminar training courses.
Website of British Association for Sexual and Relationship Therapy. Provides a list of therapists
Websites re John Guillebaud’s ‘Apology to the Future’ project: and all related issues
For the 2004 editions of the books ‘Contraception Today’ & ‘Contraception – Your Questions Answered’, respectively
(Femcap, sponges, latest IUDs, etc) FP Sales Ltd 01865 719400
June 2004John Guillebaud