Sexual and reproductive health: education, training and career progression in nursing and midwifery
Nurses and midwives who wish to work in sexual and reproductive health need further education and training to do so. It is a specialist area that requires post-registration education, training and development not covered on undergraduate programmes in enough depth.
This publication has been developed alongside an online resource available at: www.rcn.org.uk/sexualhealtheducationdirectory and offers detail on the routes available to train in these areas and signposts nurses and midwives to valuable information.
Produced with support from Health Education England.
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