Self-Paced Course

The NCTCFP presents a new Continuing Education modality, “Articles of Interest,” featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This new on-line resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience! Just read the articles and complete a quiz about the content. This course offers 1.5contact hours. To receive contact hours, participants must complete the course with a satisfactory grade of 80% or higher on the quiz and complete the Evaluation/Request for Credit form. CNE and CME Certificates and Certificates of Completion will be available immediately upon passing the course and submitting the evaluation.  

Objectives: 

 1. Discuss the unique pathophysiology of hypertension and the role of estrogen. 

2. Explain the impact of hypertension on reproductive health, including preconception health, contraception, fertility and maternal morbidity and mortality. 

3. Describe disparities in the prevalence of hypertension and hypertension-related health outcomes. 

4. Describe how social and environmental factors influence behaviors and impact risk for hypertension and cardiovascular disease. 

5. Explain the importance of detection and management of hypertension to improve women’s health and improve birth outcomes.


Provided by the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies Jointly-Provider by the Clinical Training Center for Family Planning. .


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Self-Paced Course

The NCTCFP presents a new Continuing Education modality, “Articles of Interest,” featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This new on-line resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience! Just read the articles and complete a quiz about the content. • Article One: The Sexual and Reproductive Health of Adolescents and Young Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic and • Article Two: Providing Contraception for Young People During a Pandemic Is Essential Health Care 

Objectives: 

 1. Discuss the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on adolescent and young adult social development.

2. List at least three approaches to the provision of contraception for adolescents during the pandemic.


Supported by the Office of Population Affairs, US Dept of Health and Human Services Grant #5 FPTPA006029-02-00.


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Self-Paced Course

The NCTCFP presents a new Continuing Education modality, “Articles of Interest,” featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This new on-line resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience! Just read the articles and complete a quiz about the content

Objectives: 

 1. Discuss the 2015 CDC definition of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) 

2. List at least three adverse pregnancy outcomes related to IPV

3. Describe the three major federal policy initiatives that form the core of the national response to violence and sexual assault.


Supported by the Office of Population Affairs, US Dept of Health and Human Services Grant #5 FPTPA006029-02-00.


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Self-Paced Course

The NCTCFP presents this Continuing Education modality, Articles of Interest, featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This online resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience through reading the articles and completing a quiz about the content.

After completing this activity the participant will be able to:
  • Discuss the relationship between anxiety and depression and contraception use.
  • Apply the US Medical Eligibility Criteria (US MEC) for Contraceptive Use, CDC 2016 for women with mental health concerns.
  • Implement counseling strategies for contraception and mental health to improve women’s opportunities to reaching their reproductive goals.

Supported by the Department of Health & Human Services/Office of Population Affairs/Office of Family Planning Grant #5 FPTPA006067-01-00. 

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The NCTCFP presents this Continuing Education modality, Articles of Interest, featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This online resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience through reading the articles and completing a quiz about the content.

After completing this activity the participant will be able to:
  • Discuss strategies to improve vaccination rates in pediatric and adult populations.
  • Analyze the impact of the HPV vaccine on cancer rates in the U.S.
  • Discuss different intervention models to increase HPV vaccination within your practice.

Supported by the Department of Health & Human Services/Office of Population Affairs/Office of Family Planning Grant #5 FPTPA006067-01-00. 

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Self-Paced Course

The NCTCFP presents this Continuing Education modality, Articles of Interest, featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This online resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience through reading the articles and completing a quiz about the content.

After completing this activity the participant will be able to:
  • Discuss the US syphilis epidemic and rates of infection among specific populations
  • Explain the increase rates with those both sexual and non-sexual high risk behaviors
  • Understand the importance of collaboration with STI programs and programs that provide substance use disorder services for screening and prevention of syphilis

Supported by the Department of Health & Human Services/Office of Population Affairs/Office of Family Planning Grant #5 FPTPA006067-01-00. 

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Self-Paced Course

The NCTCFP presents this Continuing Education modality, Articles of Interest, featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This online resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience through reading the articles and completing a quiz about the content.

By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
  • Discuss evidence-based methods for treating opioid use disorder during pregnancy and parenting
  • Describe risk factors for fetal, neonatal and maternal complications of substance use during pregnancy

Supported by the Department of Health & Human Services/Office of Population Affairs/Office of Family Planning Grant #5 FPTPA006067-01-00. 

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1.0 Hour Continuing Education Available

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Self-Paced Course

The NCTCFP presents a new Continuing Education modality, Articles of Interest, featuring journal articles to keep you informed of family planning and reproductive health topics. This new online resource provides an easy way to obtain CE credit at your convenience! Just read the articles and complete a quiz about the content.

By the end of this presentation, participants will be familiar with:
  • Recognizing barriers for sexual minorities in the family planning setting.
  • The perceptions of sexual minority group regarding their clinical experiences within the family planning setting.
  • Consequences for LGBTQIA communities when they do not receive Quality Family Planning.

Supported by the Department of Health & Human Services/Office of Population Affairs/Office of Family Planning Grant #5 FPTPA006067-01-00. 

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