Sexual Health in Practice (SHIP) is interactive, practical and peer-led training that has been shown to improve clinical practice in primary care.
Our sessions are designed and delivered by enthusiastic GPs and Practice nurses working in Primary Care. The session content is evidence-based and up-to-date; our team review relevant literature, guidelines and public health reports and pick out issues with implications for primary care to update our teaching materials.
We understand the challenges of primary care and ensure that our workshops are tailored to your role in general practice. This specific tailoring of training enables you to learn how to weave our rapid risk assessment into routine clinical practice, working with the 'grain' of general practice. Our teaching is appropriate for all GPs and Practice nurses, not just for those with a particular interest.
Our published evidence on SHIP training shows it changes clinical practice and improves sexual health outcomes for patients. We will help you become confident to use rapid sexual health risk assessment and make meaningful changes to your clinical practice.