Series meets on Thursdays (weekly) from 7:00 - 8:00 AM MT
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.
|1 - Welcome and Adolescent Review||10/26/2023|
|2 - STD's In Teens and Patient-centered Contraceptive Counseling||11/2/2023|
|3 - Long-acting Reversible Contraception||11/9/2023|
|4 - Combined Hormonal Contraception, Depo-Provera, Other Methods & USMEC||11/16/2023|
|5 - Common Adolescent Gynecology Concerns Part 1||11/30/2023|
|6 - Common Adolescent Gynecology Concerns Part 2||12/7/2023|