Study explores how increasing reproductive health training in family medicine residents effects their competency and likelihood of providing these services after medical school.
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Clinical IUD policy & procedure
Publication details how to prevent gaps when switching contraceptives. Published by Ruth Lesnewski M.D. M.S., Linda Prine M.D., and Ruth Ginzburg PharmD.
This presentation is a teaching tool that was created for a clinical audience to demonstrate medical contraindications to contraceptive use using the CDC Medical Eligibility Criteria for Initiating Contraception.
This fact sheet explains the steps someone can take to remove their own IUD at home. The fact sheet includes helpful images.
These documents list equipment and supplies needed for common gynecological procedures including: manual vacuum aspiration, IUD insertion and removal, progestin implant insertion and removal, and endometrial biopsy.
This presentation helps audiences anticipate and manage difficulties with LARC insertion and removals.
This fact sheet explains the option of getting an IUD inserted immediately after childbirth.
Most patients can safely begin using hormonal contraception at any point in their menstrual cycle. This article covers an evidence-based, flexible, patient-centered approach to initiating contraception promotes health and enhances patients’ reproductive autonomy. This article was published in American Family Physician in March 2021. It is an update of an article originally published in 2006.…
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.