Featured Pre-conference Workshop
“Expanding Access and Choice for all Contraceptives, Including IUDs & Implants”
The University of California San Francisco and the California School-Based Health Alliance invite you to attend “Expanding Access and Choice for all Contraceptives, Including IUDs & Implants” (Course No. MMC19087)
Join us for a one-day training to learn about best practices for provision of IUDs and implants! The course is certified for up to 7.25 CME/CE credit hours. This all-staff training is designed for health educators, clinicians, managers, billing specialists, and administrative staff. It includes a didactic session for all staff as well as counseling skills and role-playing session for health educators and a clinician practicum that goes over insertion and management. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
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Pre-conference Workshops – Thursday, May 9, 2019 | 10:00am – 1:00pm
|Expanding Access and Choice of all Contraceptives, Including IUDs and Implants
This is an evidence‐based training on contraception with a focus on LARC methods—the IUD and implant—for clinicians, health educators, outreach staff, and all health center staff. This CME‐accredited training includes information suitable for all clinic audiences, as well as separate practicums focused on counseling and IUD clinical skills, customized for each group. The initial session includes information on medical eligibility for IUDs and implants, common misunderstandings about these methods and billing and clinic flow troubleshooting. A separate session provides opportunities to build counseling skills and apply them through role‐play counseling scenarios specific to LARC method use, with emphasis on patient‐centered care and promoting access to all methods of contraception. A clinician practicum provides hands‐on insertion practice with small uterine and pelvic models, as well as clinical tips and tricks for insertion and removal.
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