ECHO On-Demand: Adolescent Reproductive Health in Primary Care

Based on participants' schedule and at their own pace. 


ECHO On-Demand: Adolescent Reproductive Health in Primary Care is a new course designed for your schedule and at your pace. This 6-session series is for primary care providers who want to build, expand, and improve care to preteens through young adults. Once completed, participants will be able to evaluate and manage common conditions in adolescent reproductive health. In addition to a didactic teaching video, each session has clinical relevant resources that support providers to integrate best practices immediately. Course graduates will automatically become part of the Adolescent Reproductive Health ECHO Program learning community which includes live case-conferences, monthly clinical pearls, and resources at

Please allow up to one week for ECHO staff to review your registration request. Once your request has been reviewed, you will receive an email from ECHO staff as well as a course invitation from Canvas. Participants will complete the course on Canvas, an easy-to-use learning management system. 

CME: this series has been applied for and is pending approval. ECHO participants typically earn one credit per session attended.

ECHO On-Demand: Adolescent Reproductive Health in Primary Care Overview

1: Adolescent Interview
2: STI's & Person-Centered Counseling
3: Long-acting Reversible Contraception
4: Combined Hormonal Contraception and Other Methods 
5: Common Adolescent Gynecology Concerns Part 1 (Abnormal Uterine Bleeding & PCOS)
6: Common Adolescent Gynecology Concerns Part 2 (Dysmenorrhea & Menstrual Suppression)

You will be emailed a survey link at the end of this ECHO. Please be sure to complete this survey, which should take no more than 5-10 minutes. For series that offer continuing education (CE) credits, surveys must be completed by the indicated deadline in order to receive CE credit. CE credit will not be given for late survey submissions.


By the end of the series, participants should be able to:

  1. Identify one aspect of their practice that can be changed to improve an adolescent patient’s access to confidential care.
  2. Apply their knowledge of long-acting reversible contraception (mechanisms of action, benefits, side effects) in the context of patient-centered contraceptive counseling.
  3. Apply the U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria (USMEC) to determine if a contraceptive method is safe for a patient to use given her medical conditions.
  4. Determine if a patient’s menstrual history represents a normal, or abnormal, menstrual bleeding pattern.
  5. Recommend four or more contraceptive methods that can be prescribed for non-contraceptive indications. 

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