Explains the basics of how to use Depo-Provera Sub-Q.
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This presentation is a teaching tool was created for a clinical audience to demonstrate how to use WHO/CDC categories for eligibility, how to counsel patients about contraceptive efficacy for successful prevention of unintended pregnancy and to address systems practices which can affect contraceptive initiation and continuation rates.
This resource explains different birth control methods for people across the gender spectrum, with a focus on the effects of different forms of birth control on those taking gender-affirming hormones such as testosterone.
This is an electronic health record template (from the EPIC system) for IUD removal.
Some people prefer to take hormonal birth control without estrogen, so this fact sheet highlights the progestin-only options that are available.
This presentation is a teaching tool that was created for a clinical audience to discuss the pros and cons of hormonal vs. non-hormonal IUD use and the role of higher efficacy, non-user dependent, contraceptive methods like the IUD,
A patient education fact sheet that provides information and answers frequently asked questions about the vasectomy procedure.
Explains the basics of how to use a diaphragm.
This website, hosted by the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, contains a database of peer-reviewed, evidence-based teaching materials.
Study explores how increasing reproductive health training in family medicine residents effects their competency and likelihood of providing these services after medical school.