Sexual and reproductive health update: lessons learned from COVID-19
On-demand recorded 8 Sep 2020
This workshop will update GPs on changes in sexual and reproductive healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic, including STI testing and treatment, contraception and abortion, and outline the vital ongoing role of GPs in delivering this care.
- Describe the impact of COVID-19 on the sexual and reproductive health needs of Australians
- Discuss the changes to sexual and reproductive service provision during the pandemic
- Outline the ongoing implications of the pandemic for sexual and reproductive healthcare
This event attracts 3 CPD points
Dr Amy Moten
Dr Amy Moten is the Coordinator: Medical Education at SHINE SA where she provides clinical education to doctors, registered nurses and midwives and other health professionals in South Australia. She also works as a GP with a special interest in sexual and reproductive health care and is currently chair of the RACGP Specific Interest Group in Sexual Health Medicine.
Dr Catriona Melville
MBChB, MSc, FRCOG, MFSRH, DipGUM
Dr Catriona Melville is a specialist in Sexual and Reproductive Health and a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (UK). Provision of client-centred care including abortion has been a passion of Catriona’s for over 20 years. Catriona has a keen interest in medical education and clinical research. She is the author of Sexual & Reproductive Health at a Glance (Wiley-Blackwell). Catriona is the Deputy Medical Director of Marie Stopes Australia.