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Shannon Rauh, MEd and Certified Sexuality Educator with the Family Planning National Training Center (FPNTC), discusses the Title X requirement for and benefits of encouraging family participation for minors, healthy relationships with adolescent clients, and refusal skills techniques to help adolescent clients resist sexual coercion. By the end of this activity, participant will be able to:

  • Describe the Title X requirement for encouraging family participation in the decision of minors to seek family planning services and counseling adolescents to resist sexual coercion.
  • List the benefits of encouraging family participation for minors.
  • Implement at least one strategy for working with parents/guardians and adolescents to encourage family participation.
  • Discuss healthy relationships with adolescent clients and show adolescent clients how to use refusal skill techniques to resist sexual coercion.
  • Observe two videos to implement one new best practice to facilitate provider-adolescent communication.

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

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This webinar will lead participants on an interactive journey into the trauma-informed approach. Through a combination of focused lecture and reflective practice, we will track the history of the trauma-informed movement, delineate the goals of trauma-informed care, offer guidance for implementation in clinical settings, and explore the linkage between practitioner embodied resilience to the capacity to provide empathic trauma-responsive client care.

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Summarize the history of the trauma-informed movement
  • Review the holistic impact and sequelae of interpersonal, historical, and collective trauma on individual physiology, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral levels
  • Describe trauma-informed care goals, principles, and domains of implementation
  • Differentiate developmental stages in the trauma-informed organizational change framework
  • Discuss linkages between practitioner self-awareness, self-regulation, and resilience-building as they relate to empathic trauma-informed client care

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Developed by the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning.

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This webinar will lead participants on an interactive journey into the trauma-informed approach. Through a combination of focused lecture and reflective practice, we will track the history of the trauma-informed movement, delineate the goals of trauma-informed care, offer guidance for implementation in clinical settings, and explore the linkage between practitioner embodied resilience to the capacity to provide empathic trauma-responsive client care.

After this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Summarize the history of the trauma-informed movement
  • Review the holistic impact and sequelae of interpersonal, historical, and collective trauma on individual physiology, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral levels
  • Describe trauma-informed care goals, principles, and domains of implementation
  • Differentiate developmental stages in the trauma-informed organizational change framework
  • Discuss linkages between practitioner self-awareness, self-regulation, and resilience-building as they relate to empathic trauma-informed client care

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Developed by the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning.

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This webinar will address data concerning the impact of increased recreational marijuana legalization on adolescent attitudes and marijuana use is scant, but emerging. Medical and mental health providers and other youth-serving professionals – along with adolescents and parents – are navigating this new landscape without a roadmap. This webinar will address the biases, uncertainties, and best practices for communicating with youth around the topic. Activities center the voices of youth about current forms of marijuana use, social norms, and what health messaging they find effective. Using a strengths-based approach to risk, the session will both acknowledge the developmental appropriateness of adolescent novelty-seeking and experimentation and draw upon the most recent literature in neuroscience to help adolescents reduce negative health outcomes of marijuana use. Participants will leave with strategies they can use to effectively address marijuana use with their patients, as well as a supplemental web-based module and additional resources for further learning. 

After this webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Identify the most common forms of marijuana that adolescents are using
  • Examine AYA attitudes and beliefs related to marijuana use, impacts, and health messaging
  • Identify strategies to assist youth with positive behavior change

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This brief webinar will describe the mission and reach of the Opioid Response Network, why it is important for family planning clinicians to be aware of and address opioid use disorder in their work, and how Title X organizations can reach out to the ORN to obtain technical assistance and support.


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

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Erin McClain, Assistant Director of the UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health and Director of its "You Quit, Two Quit" program, holds an MPH in maternal and child health and has worked extensively on perinatal tobacco cessation for over a decade, including on the national, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded project Smoke Free Families and the National Partnership to Help Pregnant Smokers Quit. In Tobacco Use Screening and Cessation Counseling for Reproductive Age Women, she will provide information on evidence-based screening and treatment for tobacco use among women of reproductive age, and discuss brief counseling, pharmacotherapy, and resources for ongoing patient and provider support.

By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
  • Describe tobacco use among reproductive age women, including pregnant women, in the US and its relationship with women’s health and maternal and infant outcomes;
  • Discuss FDA-approved pharmacotherapy for adults;
  • Demonstrate understanding of tobacco use screening and counseling of reproductive age women, including pregnant and postpartum women; and
  • Identify resources available for additional patient and provider support.

Supported by the Office of Population Affairs, US Dept of Health and Human Services Grant #1 FPTPA006029-01-00.

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Dr. Hendrée Jones from the UNC Horizons Program will discuss what clinicians need to know about providing family planning services and reproductive/sexual health care to women with opioid use disorders. This presentation is provided in partnership with the ATTC Center of Excellence on Behavioral Health for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Their Families. This course offers 0.5 contact hours.

Objectives:

By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

  1. Provide a rationale for why all women of childbearing age, including women with opioid use disorders, need access to contraceptive practices.
  2. Articulate at least three facts that providers need to know about women who use opioids and other substances and how to help them with contraceptive practices.
  3. Articulate at least three facts that women who use opioids and other substances need to know about contraceptive practices.

Supported by the Office of Population Affairs, US Dept of Health and Human Services Grant #1 FPTPA006029-01-00. 

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