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Independent professional body guideline

FSRH overweight, obesity, and contraception guideline


Covering evidence-based recommendations on the provision of contraception to women who are overweight or obese

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Independent professional body guideline

FSRH progestogen-only implant guideline


A summary of guidance relating to the etonogestrel subdermal contraceptive implant

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PHE/DH/DWP guideline

PHE Zika virus guidance for pregnant women


This useful and concise summary outlines guidance for the assessment and management of pregnant women at risk for Zika virus transmission


Independent professional body guideline

FSRH UKMEC contraception guideline


A summary of the FSRH UKMEC guidance on the safety of contraceptive methods, which is set out in clear and concise tables.

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Independent professional body guideline

FSRH intrauterine contraception guideline


This concise summary of guidance on intrauterine contraception (IUC) includes efficacy, insertion, duration of use, risks, benefits, and complications.

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Independent professional body guideline

BASHH Mycoplasma genitalium guideline


This summary covers diagnosis, signs and symptoms, complications associated with mycoplasma genitalium, and management.  

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Independent professional body guideline

BHIVA standards of care for people living with HIV


This 2018 summary of the BHIVA standards of care includes new sections on testing, person-centred care, and HIV over the course of life.


Independent professional body guideline

RCGPNI LGBT patient care guideline


A helpful summary on the care of LGBT patients in primary care, which covers consultation issues, health screening, and sexual health

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Feature article

UKMEC supports the delivery of safe, evidence-based contraceptive care

2016-08-20T00:00:00+01:00By Shelley Raine

Shelley Raine explains why the UKMEC is so important in general practice and how to apply the recommendations when seeing women, both for the initiation of a contraceptive method and continuation of a treatment.