BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health

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Official journal of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

 

 

BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health is a multiprofessional journal that promotes sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing, and best contraceptive practice, worldwide. It publishes research, debate and comment to inform policy and practice, and recognises the importance of professional-patient partnership. It is the official journal of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare.

You can follow the journal via Twitter, Facebook and the blog. Occasional free audio podcasts are also published.

Editor-in-Chief: Sharon Cameron, University of Edinburgh, UK
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Note: The journal was previously published as Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care.

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BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health considers unsolicited submissions of a wide range of article types, including research, systematic and narrative review articles, personal views and editorials. Responses to published work are also encouraged.
  
The Author Information section provides general guidelines and requirements for specific article types. Information is also provided on editorial policies and optional open access fees.
 
All manuscripts should be submitted online.

SRH and COVID-19

The FSRH has launched a comprehensive advice document for women seeking sexual and reproductive healthcare, including contraception, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The advice aims to inform and empower women to make the best choices for their sexual and reproductive health. It details the changes to provision of sexual and reproductive healthcare during COVID-19, including what type of care women can expect to access and how they can access it.

 

You can also keep up to date with the latest COVID-19 news via the BMJ SRH Twitter account, BMJ SRH blog, and the FSRH Twitter account, or follow the hashtag #womenshealth_covid19.

 

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