Discount offer on Paediatric & adolescent gynecology textbook


Young persons presenting with paediatric and adolescent gynecology problems can vary in their complexity and management options. When faced with such cases, it is helpful to have a guide that can direct us in decision making to manage them appropriately. This textbook edited by Prof Sarah Creighton (who is also on our BritSPAG Executive Committee) and published by Cambridge Univeristy press would be a valuable resource to many and we bring here an offer for the benefit of BritSPAG readers.

BritSPAG newsletter

The latest edition of BritSPAG 'In vogue' newsletter is now available to read online by clicking the link below.

In Vogue

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BritSPAG newsletter

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Online JPAG journal

BritSPAG is pleased to inform its members a discounted rate negotiated for access to the JPAG journal.



In Vogue: Hot off the press

Welcome to the first newsletter of 'In vogue: Hot off the press'.

Hope you all find it useful to keep abreast with current updates.

Please click on the attachment below for the newsletter.

We would welcome suggestions as to what you perceive should form part of our future newsletters.


London PAG Forum

Dear BritSPAG members & followers

It is our pleasure to inform you regarding the launch of an exciting new event, the 'London PAG forum'.

This regional meeting will be held biannually and will feature interesting talks and discussions of complex PAG issues by the very experts in the field.

Further information is available here on our website.

Kids Company chosen as BritSPAG nominated Charity for 2015

At the last BritSPAG Committee Meeting it was agreed that BritSPAG would have a nominated charity for 2015.


2014 Committee Elections

The following BritSPAG members have been elected to sit on BritSPAG Committee

Jo Blair

Meena Choudhary

Fiona McAndrew

Cara Williams

We are delighted to welcome them and wish them well for their tenure on the Executive Committee.

Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Health (FSRH), Belfast 3-4 April 2014

BritSPAG has, once again, taken part in the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive  Health (FSRH).

This year, the venue was the Waterfront Centre in Belfast, a magnificent location for the 250 delegates to learn, plan and network.

The European Network for Psychosocial Studies in Intersex/Diverse Sex Development

This is a new professional network dedicated to the advancement of psychological well-being in 'intersex'/'diverse sex development (dsd)', which you may come across in the months to come.