Key documents for service delivery
LARC service specification - updated March 2022
LARC reporting to Public Health Dorset
providers using SystmOne are required to submit activity data using the Public Health Dorset SystmOne template (found on SystmOne, this is not provided by Public Health Dorset) and also download and complete the LARC Excel reporting template 2020/21
- providers can click on this link (which will open a Microsoft Word document) to view guidance for running SystmOne searches
- providers using EMIS are required to download and complete the LARC Excel reporting template 2020/21 only
LARC training requirements
The information below is a summary of the main training requirements to deliver this service. For more detailed information please see the LARC service specification.
all practitioners (doctors or nurses) undertaking the full range of contraceptive fitting services shall hold, as a minimum, the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH) accredited qualifications of the electronic knowledge assessment (eKA) and letter of competence (LoC) for implants and coils
the practitioner is required under FSRH standards to confirm they have read the 6 principles of care as outlined on the FSRH website in the “Guidance for those undertaking or recertifying FSRH qualifications whose personal beliefs conflict with the provision of abortion or any method of contraception”. The practitioner should agree to abide by these principles in practice at the time of application for the FSRH qualification.
the provider should ensure practitioners holding a letter of competence for SDIs or IUD/IUS are recertified every 5 years as specified by the FSRH
the practitioner must be familiar with, and adhere to, the FSRH recertification requirements to ensure they have developed and maintained the knowledge, skills, attitude and behaviour needed to provide safe and effective sexual and reproductive health care