West Midlands Association for Contraception and Sexual Health

Evaluation

Here is an educational template which you can download to assist in recording your Personal Learning Record personalised for this meeting

WMCASH Evaluation March 2022

  • Excellent - 5Good - 4Fair - 3Poor -2Very Poor - 1N/A
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  • Excellent - 5Good - 4Fair - 3Poor -2Very Poor - 1N/A
  • Very Easy - 5Easy - 4So So - 3Difficult - 2Very Difficults - 1

Copy of presentations available below

Post Natal Contraception – Dr Jo Ritchie, Consultant

POP Update – Dr Kate Campbell, ST5 Trainee, Birmingham

How to increase diversity amongst contraception users Dr Annabel Sowemimo, Community Sexual & Reproductive Health Doctor, Founder and Director of Decolonising Contraception Community Interest Company

Adolescence Gynaecology – Dr Uma Marthi, GP with special interest in Women’s Health, GP Partner, Castleton Health Centre, Castleton, Lancashire

Pearls and Pitfalls of Patient Apps Dr Amy Hough, Junior Specialist Doctor in Reproductive & Sexual Health at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust.

Helping you to Help your Patients with Herpes – Marian Nicholson, Herpes Viruses Association & Shingles Support Society.