Digital toolkits and webinars

We're delighted to be launching a programme of digital toolkits and webinars to support healthcare professionals.

These resources are part of the National Sexual and Reproductive Health Information Programme.

Contraceptive Choices Post-Pregnancy: toolkit and webinar

Our new digital toolkit has the following resources for you to download:

  • our recently updated Contraceptive Choices After Having a Baby information
  • new patient information sheets on contraception after abortion and contraception after a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy
  • downloadable posters
  • downloadable images for digital screens.

Go to the Contraception Choices Post-Pregnancy toolkit

Free webinar, Friday 24 March 2017, 12noon to 12.30pm


We'll be launching our new toolkit with a free webinar hosted by our Clinical Consultant, Karin O'Sullivan. Karin is a specialist sexual health nurse and FPA Associate trainer with many years' experience.

The webinar will cover:

  • Updates to our patient information based on the new UK Medical Eligibility Criteria and Post-Pregnancy Contraception guidance issued by the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • An introduction to what's in our digital toolkit.
  • When to talk about contraception plans with pregnant women
  • Answers to any questions you have about our patient information or the toolkit.
  • Signposting to further resources.

Everyone who registers will be able to access a recording of the webinar to watch in your own time for two weeks after the event.

If you'd like to ask a question you'll be able to do so during the webinar, or you may submit questions in advance to

We will cover as many relevant questions as possible but can't guarantee to answer you. We will aim to provide a summary of questions and answers to all participants.

Please note that this is a short webinar, based on FPA's patient information to help you cover the topic of post-pregnancy contraception with your patients and clients. If you need more in-depth clinical information for practitioners we recommend the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health's webinar on this topic.


Coming soon: Emergency Contraception toolkit and webinar

Launching in April. More details coming soon.