Sexual Health (STI content only) elearning Resource
- Specialist STI content from the extensive eHIV-STI course
- Relevant for trainee healthcare professionals wanting to enhance their knowledge of STIs
- Developed by the UK’s leading sexual health specialists
This Sexual Health elearning resource gives you access to the specialist STI content from the extensive eHIV-STI course & supports the specialist training in STIs.
eHIV-STI provides the essential knowledge for healthcare professionals treating and supporting people with STIs, and can be us to supplement training in the clinical setting.
The course is relevant for trainee healthcare professionals and those in related specialties such as dermatology, infectious diseases and gynaecology, as well as those in primary care wanting to increase their knowledge in the area of STIs.
Written by the UK’s Top Sexual Health Specialists
This online training has been developed in the UK by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), the Royal College of Physicians, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and Health Education England elearning for healthcare. This course meets the highest training standards and offers a world-class elearning experience.
Made to Fit Your Busy Life
The engaging, interactive content, that’s delivered online, means you can study at home, in work or even on the move.
Plus, the bitesize modules track your progress, so it’s possible to dip in and out of sessions, and allow you to access them in any order, as frequently as you need.
Making this the perfect course to enhance your knowledge and skills even when you have a busy life.
The sexual health (STI content only) programme consists of a number of modules specifically taken from the sexual health programme. Each module is made up of a number of bite-sized sessions. Each session takes around 20 to 30 minutes to complete.
Modules covering topics such as the approach to the patient, pathology, bacterial STIs and related conditions, genital ulcer disease, HPV infection (including HPV related neoplasia), genital infestations, viral hepatitis, sexual assult/abuse & medico-legal issues, pregnancy & children, public health and gynaecology for GUM.