This presentation covers how clinics and clinicians can provide reproductive health care through telehealth and strategies to enhance patient-centeredness through virtual care. We encourage facilitators of this presentation to edit the contents as they see fit, depending on what seems most appropriate in your individual context.
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American Urological Association review of vasectomy literature in order to provide guidance to clinicians who provide vasectomies.
This EngenderHealth guidebook, is a companion to the No-Scalpel Vasectomy: Illustrated Guide for Surgeons.
this EngenderHealth curriculum is an easy-to-use reference for clinicians that describes each step of the no-scalpel approach to vasectomy care.
This fact sheet explains the option of getting an IUD inserted immediately after childbirth.
This website, developed by the Fenway Institute, contains an extensive library of learning modules, videos, webinars, and other resources to support health care organizations optimize quality, cost-effective, and dignified care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and all sexual and gender minority (LGBTQIA+) people. Link: https://www.lgbtqiahealtheducation.org/resources/
The Vasectomy user guide provides information about the vasectomy procedure. This sheet covers questions such as “How Does a Vasectomy Work?”, “How Well Does it Work?”, and “How Long Does it Take?” Spanish, Chinese Traditional/Simplified, and Hindi: Updated October 2022 Reading Grade Level (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level): 7.3
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.
This job aid by the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning serves as a guide for clinicians performing physical examinations in sexual and reproductive health settings. In addition to defining trauma and trauma-informed care (TIC), this guide offers a roadmap to providing TIC before, during, and after a physical exam with action steps and sample phrases. A self-assessment checklist is available at the end of this guide.