Programs

Continuing Education

The Reproductive Health Access Project supports clinicians to facilitate continuing education (CE) workshops on various sexual and reproductive health topics. Below you can find information about each workshop that we offer. Each link contains a toolkit with information and resources needed to host a workshop for CE credit, with RHAP support. If you are interested in hosting a workshop or have any questions, please reach out to network@reproductiveaccess.org. Below, you’ll also find a link to each PowerPoint presentation for your own learning. If you are interested in attending a CE workshop, you can see upcoming trainings through our Reproductive Health and Advocacy Network here.  


Gender Affirming Reproductive Health Care in Primary Care

  • This workshop was developed for clinicians who would like to learn more about providing patients with gender-affirming reproductive health care in primary care. The workshop includes both a didactic presentation and participatory case study exploration. The workshop content should run for approximately 2 hours.
  • Learning objectives include:
    • Describe the different clinical and non-clinical aspects of gender-affirming care within primary care, with special attention to creating safe and inclusive spaces.
    • Explain how to take an appropriate, patient-centered sexual history.
    • Describe core components of counseling and care provision relating to contraception, abortion, and fertility specific to care of transgender, non-binary, and gender diverse people.
  • The link above directs to the toolkit, which you will use to help you facilitate a workshop. The toolkit is password protected and accessible to only those who plan on hosting a workshop with RHAP support.
  • View the PowerPoint presentation associated with the workshop for your own learning or to facilitate a training without CE credit.
  • CME available

 

Introduction to LARC (Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

  • This workshop was developed for clinicians who would like to learn more about providing patients with long-acting reversible contraception (LARC). The workshop includes both a didactic presentation and participatory case study exploration. The workshop content should run for approximately 2 hours.
  • Learning objectives include:
    • Explain the basic information for history taking and patient-centered counseling on LARCs (IUDs and implants), including contraindications.
    • Examine the history, present, and legacy of reproductive coercion and how it relates to LARC care and use today.
    • Access online resources for patient education and clinician references regarding medical eligibility.
    • Describe the techniques for insertion and removal of all LARC options.
  • The link above directs to the toolkit, which you will use to help you facilitate a workshop. The toolkit is password protected and accessible to only those who plan on hosting a workshop with RHAP support.
  • View the PowerPoint presentation associated with the workshop for your own learning or to facilitate a training without CE credit.
  • CME available

 

Medication Abortion in the Primary Care Setting

  • This workshop was developed for clinicians who would like to learn more about medication abortion and incorporate medication abortion into their practice. The workshop includes both a didactic presentation and participatory case study exploration.  The workshop content will run for approximately 2 hours. 
  • Learning objectives include:
    • Describe the steps to provide medication abortion care with mifepristone and misoprostol.
    • Explain the tenets of non-judgmental options counseling.
    • Apply knowledge on medication abortion regimens to answer questions or provide follow-up care.
    • Access resources to solve administrative and logistical barriers to providing medication abortion in primary care.
  • The link above directs to the toolkit, which you will use to help you facilitate a workshop. The toolkit is password protected and accessible to only those who plan on hosting a workshop with RHAP support.
  • View the PowerPoint presentation associated with the workshop for your own learning or to facilitate a training without CE credit.
  • CME and CNE are available

 

Office Management of Early Pregnancy Loss

  • This workshop was developed for clinicians who would like to learn more about office management of early pregnancy loss. The workshop includes both a didactic presentation and participatory case study exploration. The workshop content should run for approximately 2 hours. 
  • Learning objectives include:
    • Conducting a history and physical exam for first trimester bleeding to help distinguish normal from abnormal pregnancies.
    • Interpreting ultrasound and lab results to diagnose early pregnancy loss.
    • Describe the three options for management of early pregnancy loss: expectant, medication, and aspiration procedure.
  • The link above directs to the toolkit, which you will use to help you facilitate a workshop. The toolkit is password protected and accessible to only those who plan on hosting a workshop with RHAP support.
  • View the PowerPoint presentation associated with the workshop for your own learning or to facilitate a training without CE credit.
  • CME and CNE are available

 

Telehealth for Reproductive Health Care

  • The workshop was developed for clinicians who would like to learn more about innovations in reproductive health during COVID-19. The workshop includes both a didactic presentation and a group discussion on how clinics and clinicians can continue to provide reproductive health care during the COVID-19 pandemic. This lecture outlines adjustments that can be made to clinic and clinician practices while also continuing to provide patient-centered services. The workshop content should run for approximately 2 hours. 
  • Learning objectives include:
    • Explore which reproductive health services really require in-person care and what can be done via video or phone.
    • Examine the technology and regulations that can be minimized in order to enhance patient-centeredness.
    • Discuss where our advocacy can be focused in order to provide and expand innovative and safe care.
  • The link above directs to the toolkit, which you will use to help you facilitate a workshop. The toolkit is password protected and accessible to only those who plan on hosting a workshop with RHAP support.
  • View the PowerPoint presentation associated with the workshop for your own learning or to facilitate a training without CE credit.
  • CME available

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