The Pacific Society for Reproductive Health

  • a society open to all those involved in reproductive or neonatal health care in the Pacific.
  • a society formed to foster education and assistance between members in Pacific island countries through the provision of educational workshops biennially and through development of distacne eduation modiatlities for continuing access to educational updates.
  • a network of professionals in reproductive and neonatal health providing useful links for continuing education opportunities offered in the Pacific and neighbouring countries.

Who should join PSRH?

Membership of PSRH is open to all, however it may be of particular interest to medical practitioners and nurses with a special interest in reproductive or neonatal health care, midwives and family planning workers.


The Pacific Society for Reproductive Health (PSRH)

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  • PSRH Research Awards

    PSRH offers ten Research Awards per annum to assist research capacity building in reproductive health in the Pacific region. Each award is to the value of NZ$500 and can be used to develop a larger research proposal or for paying expenses in performing a clinical audit. Where the awards are

  • RANZCOG Scholarships 2018

    Pacific Associate Members are invited to apply for the following scholarships offered to Associate Members participating in the RANZCOG Pacific CPD. CPD Program ASM Scholarship 2018 to be held in Adelaide, 15-19 September 2018 Brian Spurrett Fellowship to attend the Anatomy of Complication Workshop, Perth, 19-20 October 2018 Applications close

  • Tonga Medical Association celebrates its 75th Anniversary  

    The Tonga Medical Association recently held its 75th annual conference. The conference took place at the Fa’onelua Convention Centre in the Kingdom’s capital of Nuku’alofa during 7-10th November, 2017. Her Royal Highness, Princess Salote Pilolevu Tuita, the patron of the Association officially opened the Conference. The event was of special significance

  • Recommendations Post Conference

    Recommendation 1 Establish a Comprehensive Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control Programme Cervical Cancer is the most common female cancer in the Pacific, contributing to disease burden and causing more than 1,500 premature deaths per year in the region. These deaths can be prevented if pre-cancer status is detected and treated

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