Module 1 Female genital mutilation (FGM)
Unit 1 Acknowledgements
Unit 2 Introduction
Unit 3 What is FGM?
Unit 4 Historical and cultural context
Unit 5 Prevalence
Unit 6 Tackling FGM in the UK
Unit 7 Effective use of data
Unit 8 First conviction for FGM in the UK
Unit 9 Launch of e-platform FGM Specialist Network
Unit 10 NHS England national FGM support clinics for non-pregnant women
Unit 11 Global commitment to end FGM
Unit 12 FGM procedures and health effects
Unit 13 Types of FGM
Unit 14 Health risks and complications
Unit 15 A human rights issue
Unit 16 Legal aspects
Unit 17 Safeguarding now and for future generations
Unit 18 Communication
Unit 19 Multi-agency working
Unit 20 Service provision
Unit 21 Health visitors, school and community children’s nurses
Unit 22 Community, practice and travel nurses
Unit 23 Acute sector nurses
Unit 24 Midwives
Unit 25 Nursing associates
Unit 26 Confidentiality
Unit 27 Referral to appropriate agencies
Unit 28 Education, raising awareness and conscious engagement to change
Unit 29 Professional curiosity and assessing need
Unit 30 Knowledge about diversity
Unit 31 Antenatal care and reversal of infibulation (deinfibulation)
Unit 32 Care in labour
Unit 33 Conclusion
Unit 34 References and further reading
Module 2 Appendices
Unit 1 Appendix 1: Map showing the global distribution of FGM
Unit 2 Appendix 2: The Bristol story
Unit 3 Appendix 3: Overview of the FGM mandatory reporting duty
Unit 4 Appendix 4: Tackling FGM in England