Over 60% of teens have had sex by age 18.
What’s the best way to talk to them
about birth control?
Adolescent Reproductive Health and Contraception for
Nurses in Primary Care
Nurses who work in a primary care clinical setting (for example: pediatric office, family practice office, school-based clinic) and commonly work with adolescent patients and their reproductive health concerns (RN, BSN, LPN)
If you are a prescribing provider (NP, PA, CNM) you are not eligible for this course but instead may register for the ECHO series designed for prescribing providers
Pre- and Post-Test:
This series will include a pre- and post-test that will be used to understand its effectiveness.
Optional In-person Training:
Participants in this series will have the opportunity to request an in-person training, at no cost, on IUD (and other long acting reversible contraceptive methods) insertion and removal procedures, and contraceptive counseling.
In Partnership With:
ECHO SESSION 1
Minor Consent and Confidentiality & Adolescent Reproductive Health Overview
September 3, 2020
ECHO SESSION 2
STDs in Teens
September 10, 2020
ECHO SESSION 3
Overview of the Female Reproductive System
September 17, 2020
ECHO SESSION 4
Long-acting Reversible Contraception
September 24, 2020
ECHO SESSION 5
Combined Hormonal Contraception, Depo-Provera and EC
October 1, 2020
ECHO SESSION 6
Patient-centered Contraceptive Counseling
October 8, 2020