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Sexual and Reproductive Health Activity Data Set

The Sexual and Reproductive Health Activity Dataset (SRHAD) mandates the collection of contraceptive activity data from sexual and reproductive health services.

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Standard type
Data definitions and terminologies
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Record standards define what information to collect and how to format it, for example when registering a new patient.

Data definitions and terminologies define the format of individual data items so they can be consistently represented, for example dates or medication names. Reference sets and controlled lists are also included.

Technical standards and specifications specify how to make information available technically including how the data is structured and transported.

Information codes of practice are legal or best practice guidelines on how information should be handled.

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Topics and care settings

  • Demographics
  • Reference data
Care setting
  • Community health
  • Hospital
  • Maternity
  • Pharmacy
  • GP / Primary care

Dependencies and related standards


No known dependencies

Related standards
  • DAPB0090: Health and Social Care Organisation Reference Data

Assurance and endorsements

Reference code for standards issued as requirements in England
Quality assurance

This standard has been approved by the Standardisation Committee for Care Information (now replaced) and published as an information standard notice (ISN).

Not applicable

Page last updated: 26 August 2022