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Sexual Health Training

Our next one-day sexual health training takes place in September.

Ask your pharmacist for sexual health advice

A new campaign launched on 11th April for the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU), the HSE Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme and the Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) by Minister for Health Leo Varadkar is encouraging people to ask their pharmacist for advice about their sexual health an

Certificate in Contraception

Our next Certificate in Contraception for Nurses and Midwives takes place in late Autumn.

Had Unprotected Sex? What Next...

Had Unprotected Sex? What Next... is a new infographic developed by the IFPA to support people who may have had unprotected sex.

The infographic highlights four key areas to think about after unprotected sex: STI testing, emergency contraception, unplanned pregnancy and thinking ahead.

IFPA Vacancy

The IFPA is currently recruiting a doctor with experience in family planning and sexual health.

Pearl of Wisdom Campaign 2016

The IFPA's Pearl of Wisdom campaign, promoting European Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, took place from January 25th to 30th.

IFPA December Newsletter

Our December newsletter, the last for 2015, is out. Catch up with our news and sign up to receive future newsletters.

Needs and rights of women and girls priority for humanitarian assistance

More than 100 million people are now in need of humanitarian assistance, more than at any time since the end of WWII.

Northern Ireland Ruling Exposes Harms of Abortion Laws

Ireland's leading provider of pregnancy counselling services, the Irish Family Planning Association (IFPA) has welcomed the Belfast High Court’s judgment that Northern Ireland’s abortion law breaches women’s human rights.

Abortion services must be part of mainstream healthcare

Abortion services that are high quality and focused on women’s needs must be part of mainstream healthcare in Ireland.


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