Recorded webinars

Educational webinar for trainers in intrauterine techniques

Educational webinar for trainers in intrauterine techniques

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Recorded May 26th 2021 | 7.00pm - 8.30pm


This recorded webinar is part of the “Women’s Health Matters” Medical Educational programme which aims to inspire, update and support healthcare professionals with an interest in women’s health.


The webinar will provide an evidence-based update for trainers of intrauterine techniques on:


  • Part 1 - Changes to the FSRH new LoC IUT training with Dr Cindy Farmer, FSRH
  • Q&A 1 - The Question and Answer session from Part 1 with Dr Cindy Farmer, FSRH
  • Part 2 - Update on available resources to support your trainee with Dr Jane Davis
  • Part 3 - Unconscious Bias - implications for intrauterine counselling with Psychologist Mrs Rebecca Lawday
  • Q&A 3 - The Discussion from Part 3 with Psychologist Mrs Rebecca Lawday


Full programme


This promotional meeting is part of the Women’s Health Matters Educational Programme that is organised and fully funded by Bayer.


Dr Cindy Farmer


Chair, General Training Committee, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Dr Cindy Farmer

Cindy works as an Associate Specialist in an integrated sexual health service where she is also the General Training Programme Director for FSRH training. Her specialist interests include complex contraception. Cindy runs a complex implant removal service and is currently working with the FSRH to develop a letter of specialist competence (LoSC) in complex implant removals.


Cindy is Chair of the FSRH General Training Committee and during her tenure she has overseen the redesign and launch of the new DFSRH, introduced the insertion-only letter of competence in sub-dermal implants - to facilitate immediate initiation of LARC after pregnancy, widened the routes to becoming a Faculty Registered Trainer, and reviewed the training pathway for the LoC IUT and introduced changes which she will be discussing in this meeting.


She is a named Educational Supervisor in FSRH and is the Joint SAS Tutor for her trust. In 2018, they successfully negotiated the local re-opening of the Associate Specialist grade which had been closed nationally, to new entries, since 2008.


Dr Jane Davis


GP with a special interest in women’s health NHS South West

Dr Jane Davis

Dr Jane Davis is a GP with a special interest in women’s health whose current roles include Coil trainer, Clinical Skills Tutor, University of Plymouth & Speciality Dr for Brook Young People, Cornwall. Appearing on TV, as the public face of the PCWHF “Rock my Menopause” campaign. A feminist writer and medical educationalist.


Mrs Rebecca Lawday


Consultant Forensic Psychologist, HCPC Registered Practitioner Psychologist

Rebecca Lawday

Rebecca Lawday is a Consultant Forensic Psychologist with Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, where she is associate to the Medical Director, acting as Named Professional for safeguarding children and adults. Rebecca was the lead psychologist for medium secure women’s services at the East Midlands Centre for Forensic Mental Health for 15 years, moving into independent practice two years ago as Director at Lawday Psychology Consulting Ltd.


Rebecca also holds an honorary position as (Consultant) Assistant Professor with the University of Nottingham, School of Medicine, with whom she collaborates on applied research and coordinating the supervision of forensic psychology doctoral trainees. Previous roles include psychologist in the high secure prison estate, community adult, older adult and with CAMHS. Her areas of special interest include complex trauma / personality disorder, family violence, women’s offending and mental health, and the relationship between mental and physical health, especially as it pertains to self-injury.


Rebecca has consulted with health and social care in respect of Confirmation Bias and the implications for safeguarding children and adults at risk, and is interested to join the conversation about how unconscious bias might also have implications for women’s choice in respect of their reproductive health.


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