Sexual Health Medicine is a branch of medicine which deals with the widespread clinical and social manifestations of sexual ill health.
Sexual Health Medicine includes: the diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections; genital dermatology; genital pain and sexual dysfunction; reproductive health including contraception; and sexual assault care. Other areas of expertise include the provision of sexual health care for: adolescents; sex workers; refugees and immigrants; gay, lesbian, and transgender populations.
Auckland Sexual Health Service is a free, confidential service that includes:
Clinics are based in Greenlane, Glenfield, Mangere and Henderson.
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The Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Chapter Sexual Health Medicine (ACSHP) administers the training programme which leads to FACP (FChSHM).
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES
The prerequisite for entry to the Chapter training program, is either Fellowship of one of the Medical Colleges or Faculties listed below or completion of Basic Training (including success in the FRACP Examination) of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP).
In order to be accepted into the training program, an applicant must:
OR in the case of overseas trained specialists (including general practitioners) have been considered equivalent by the relevant Australasian medical college.
OR have completed Basic Training of the RACP (including success in the FRACP Examination).
Each registrar is supervised by a Fellow of the College during training.
Detailed information about the content of the training programme is available on the Royal Australasian College of Physicians website, under the Chapter, Sexual Health.⇡ Top
To discuss training opportunities please contact: