About the Course
The eSRH basic course is a self-paced online training exploring the components of the MSF Reproductive Health (SRH) and Sexual Violence (SV) Policy and Sexual and Reproductive Health Core Package, as well as strategies for implementation. The learning activities aim at providing an introduction or refresher to staff working in projects that address one or more of SRH care components. After this course, learners will be better equipped to implement, provide and monitor the different SRH components, in line with the MSF Reproductive Health and Sexual Violence Care Policy and SRH Core Package.
Duration of course:
Approximately 35 hours
The course is split into 4 blocks with the overall objectives to:
Block A is recommended to staff interested in or working in a project with components of SRH.
Block A-D, the complete course, is targeted at medical staff (midwife, nurse, doctor) that are currently working in SRH programming or are planning to in the next 3 months.
Modules can be taken independently depending on the focus of the project and the needs of the participants.
Online course - self-paced
Each module has accompanying supporting resources.
There is an pre and post exam for those participants who wish to complete blocks and earn a certificate.
This will depend on the whether you wish to complete some or all blocks. As it is a self-learning course with lots of additional resources, you can work at your own pace and delicate as much time as you wish.
Participants are free to take modules independently if there is a specific topic that interests them. However:
IT Device - Applications:
The course is best completed on a computer, laptop or tablet. However, it should also be possible on a mobile a long as the screen size is large enough.
N.B. Hyperlinks or links to websites are not available if you have downloaded the course and are completing it offline. You will need to have internet access to view them.
Self-enrolment i.e. you can enrol yourself by clicking on the Enrol Button
List of Contents
Table of Contents
Before you get started
Course Description & Table of Contents
Downloadable folder of Documents
References for eSRH
The Learning Journal including support Support to Learning
Technical Issues & Solutions
Block A: Introduction to Sexual & Reproductive Health in MSF
eSRH Basic: Block A Pre-Test
Module A1: Overview of SRH in MSF Contexts
Module A2: Overview of Maternal and Neonatal Mortality
Module A3: Role of the Midwife in MSF Contexts
Module A4: Respectful Maternity Care
eSRH Basic: Block A Post-Test
Block B Averting Maternal and Neonatal Mortality
eSRH Basic: Block B Pre-Test
Module B1: EmONC
Module B1.1: Management of Postpartum Haemorrhage (PPH)
Module B1.2: Hypertensive Disorders Pregnancy
Module B1.3: Obstructed Labour and Fistula Prevention
Module B1.4: Threatened Preterm Labour, PROM and Preterm Birth
Module B1.5: Maternal Sepsis
Module B2: Comprehensive Abortion Care
Module B2.1: Medication Abortion Online Course
Module B3: Postnatal Care & Breastfeeding
Module B4: Essential Newborn Care
Module B5: Contraception Final
eSRH Basic: Block B Post-Test
Block C Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Suffering
eSRH Basic: Block C Pre-Test
Module C1. Antenatal Care – ANC
Module C2. Nutrition in the Perinatal Period
Module C3. Malaria and Pregnancy
Module C4. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)
eSRH Basic: Block C Post-Test
Block D: Management of Sexual & Reproductive Health Programming
eSRH Basic: Block D Pre-Test
Module D1. Community Engagement and Health Promotion
Module D2. SRH Indicators
Module D3. Maternal Mortality Review
eSRH Basic: Block D Post-Test
Summary and Additional Information
Further or Complementary Learning
Call to Action