Reproductive and Sexual Health Professional Development for Nurses and Midwives (Online)

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Course description

To address the social distancing requirements of COVID-19 for course participants and staff, this course will not be delivered via face to face. This course has been adapted for online learning.

Don’t panic during this time and look for opportunities to gain professional development whilst self-isolating. Family Planning NSW is continuing to provide first class courses online to assist in continuing your educational growth in Reproductive and Sexual Health.  

The four-part series of webcasts has been designed for nurses and midwives. Each session offers a deep focus on a single topic of clinical interest. The webcasts allow you to learn the latest on reproductive and sexual health at a time that suits you.

This year’s topics include:

Part 1 | Intrauterine devices - Kyleena
Part 2 | Emergency contraception
Part 3 | Clinical management of medical abortion for nurses
Part 4 | Domestic and family violence during COVID 19

Who should attend?

Nurses, midwives and health professionals

Course structure

Online webcast

Four part series pre-recorded and resources to download.

Eligibility / Prerequisite

Current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia or AHPRA registration.



Course cost

$290 Includes four part series with course resources


$80 per series part including course resources

Recognition / Accreditation

A Statement of Attendance will be issued for each session.


This course is equivalent to 6 hours to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) requirements for CPD.

Further information

Contact: Course Administration Unit, Education Services

Phone: (02) 8752 4300 press 1 for Education Services


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