This is an electronic health record template (from the EPIC system) for manual vacuum aspiration for abortion or miscarriage with IUD insertion.
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Elena’s Aspiration Abortion is a zine that walks through one person’s experience with abortion options counseling and having a manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) in primary care, with their usual clinician.
Developed by TEACH, this all inclusive curriculum contains tools to train new abortion providers. It can be used online for individual review, for small group learning, or in a clinical setting where a trainer is able to lead a discussion of its content and exercises.
Template for documenting health center privileges to provide abortion care.
A chart review checklist to use to monitor manual vacuum aspiration for abortion care.
Intention to Provide Abortion Upon Completing Family Medicine Residency and Subsequent Abortion Provision: A 5-year follow-up survey
Study explores abortion provision among family physicians five years after completing residency at programs with abortion training.
A tool to assess a learner’s competency in providing abortion care using manual vacuum aspiration.
These guidelines are intended to be in compliance with the requirements of 45 CFR Part 75 and address the development of costs centers for activities outside of the Health Center’s Section 330 grant, in the “Other Lines of Business” or “OLB”, category as described in the Budget PIN (PIN 2013-01).
The primary study aim was to describe patient satisfaction with abortion care in family medicine centers (FMCs).
This course from Innovating Education, Structures & Self: Advancing Equity and Justice in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, is a learner-led, justice-informed curriculum designed to teach clinical learners to consider how systems of power and legacies of structural oppression impact their care for patients.