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Advancing Maternal Health Through Community Partnerships

CHCANYS’ Sexual & Reproductive Health Sub Committee May 13, 2021 Call: "Advancing Maternal Health Through Community Partnerships"

IMPLICIT Program (Interventions to Minimize Preterm and Low Birth Weight Infants Through Continuous Improvement Techniques)

IMPLICIT is a collaborative program developed by the Family Medicine Education Consortium (FMEC) that focuses on improving care for women, babies and families.

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

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.

Quickstarting Contraception: A Team-Based Approach to Contraceptive Care Algorithm

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.

Quickstarting Contraception: A Team-Based Approach to Contraceptive Care Implementation Guide

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.

Quickstarting Contraception: A Team-Based Approach to Contraceptive Care Slidedeck

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.

Contraception Management

Managing Contraception for People with Chronic Medical Issues, Dr. Linda Prine, Director of Women’s Health at the Institute Sexual & Reproductive Health Subcommittee - February 13, 2020

Creating a Sex-Positive Environment for At-Risk Patients

Sexual & Reproductive Health x HIV/STI/Hep C Joint Subcommittee Meeting - January 9, 2020