Preventing HPV-Related Cancers Presenter: Kristin Oliver, MD, MHS Assistant Professor, Pediatrics & Environmental Medicine and Public Health Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Consultant, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene HPV latest trends, disease prevalence and prevention, evidence-based techniques for increasing HPV vaccination rates in your practice. Useful & compelling communication strategies and practical tips to inform parents about HPV. Download slides here / Download recording here
Emergency Contraception 101 Emergency Contraception (EC) can stop a pregnancy before it starts. There are four types of EC available, and they all work up to 5 days (or 120 hours) after unprotected sex. However, not every EC option will work for every patient. This 20-minute webinar will highlight the various EC options and will discuss how to use EC to “Quickstart” patients on ongoing contraceptive methods. To view the slide deck, click here.
Quickstarting Contraception: A Team-Based Approach to Contraceptive Care 99% of sexually active women will use contraception in their lifetime. How can community health centers make contraception more available to our patients? This webinar will highlight “Quickstart,” a clinical best practice that provides most women with immediate access to contraception. Watch the webinar with your entire clinical team. We’ve created an implementation guide you can download. The guide contains resources, activities and discussion questions to engage the entire clinical team in figuring out how to Quickstart contraception in your health center.
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Supporting Women at a Critical Time: Managing Early Pregnancy Loss in your Community Health Center Webinar Presented by: Rebecca Simons, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Family Planning Program, Community Health Center of Buffalo, and Carrie Pierce, MD, Reproductive Health Fellow, The Institute for Family Health Download Webinar here.