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. If you are interested in CME or CNE credit, you can request a workshop. Participation in a live workshop is required for…
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This factsheet provides a simplified guide for comparing two popular medication methods for an abortion. The factsheet compares and contrasts using mifepristone and misoprostol versus using misoprostol alone. Get answers to questions such as: “How painful is it?”, “Can I still have children after?” and “What will happen?”
Template for documenting health center privileges to provide abortion care.
Absolute indications for sonography when providing a medication abortion.
Key counseling points for teaching and providing medication abortion counseling.
This checklist was developed by clinicians to help when supervising/precepting clinicians to provide medication abortion.
Consent form for a remote abortion with pills. Spanish Updated: 2022 Reading Grade Level (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level): 7.7
Gynuity Health Projects document contains a few critical questions about misoprostol allegations in prosecution of induced abortions
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.
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). See our Practical Guide to…