Contraception

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ This webinar developed by PICCK will review the available contraceptive options for patients in the postpartum period and debunk common myths about contraception and lactation.​​​​​​​

Perimenopause is the time period in a patient’s reproductive life just prior to the complete cessation of menses. During this time, premenopausal patients may experience symptomsas a result of changes in hormones, yet are still at risk for pregnancy. This webinar from PICCK will explore the considerations for contraceptive counseling with patients at this time in their lives.We will also discuss how hormonal contraception can provide perimenopause symptom relief.

Substance use, misuse, and abuse is prevalent among patients seeking family planning care, yet providers may feel unprepared in caring for this patient population. This webinar from PICCK will explore the intersection of substance use disorder (SUD) and contraceptive family planning care, including discussions about stigma and history.

Abnormal uterine bleeding can often be managed by hormonal contraception. At the same time, bleeding changes are common side effects of most contraceptive methods. In this webinar from PICCK, learn about how to use contraception to manage abnormal uterine bleeding, and how to manage unfavorable bleeding for patients using different forms of contraception.

Thia webinar from PICCK is intended to introduce nurses, APRNs, and other healthcare professionals to the basics of providing contraception to patients also diagnosed with cancer.

This webinr from PICCK is intended to introduce nurses, APRNs, and other healthcare professionals to the basics of providing gynecologic care to patients with a physical disability.

This course will introduce learners to contraceptive methods, patient-centered counselign, contraception care management, and ways to expand access to methods.

The Reproductive Health Access Project includes factsheets and guides for various contraception methods.

An example script for providers discussing contraception options with patients.

Practice and resources for healthcare providers on contraception and comprehensive contraceptive care.