Since 2006, the Clinical Training Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health (CTC-SRH) has developed and delivered high-quality, evidence-based clinical training and shared skill development resources to Title X service providers. We have been funded by the Office of Population Affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services since inception. Read more.
For over 17 years, our mission has remained to offer the best clinical training to the nation’s Title X workforce. We do this by offering unique and accessible training such as live and on-demand webinars, e-learning, and onsite and virtual skills training. Many of our trainings are eligible for continuing education credits (CEs).
We host the National Reproductive Health Conference, the nation’s only annual conference for Title X clinicians, which is also open to non-Title X sexual and reproductive health providers. This year’s conference, from September 10th to 13th, will take place in Philadelphia, PA. We look forward to welcoming sexual and reproductive health clinicians from across the nation!
The CTC-SRH is funded by the Office of Population Affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services to deliver training and technical assistance to Title X family planning service grantees and providers. Formerly known as the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning (NCTCFP), the CTC-SRH has continued to provide training and resources for Title X clinicians and the broader sexual and reproductive health provider workforce to increase quality, equity, and access in the healthcare field for over 17 years.
This template is intended to assist sexual and reproductive health/family planning providers develop or update local, service site-specific policies and procedures on providing care to clients who have had a positive pregnancy test.
Instructions are provided within the template so local agencies can fully customize their organization's protocol. A web-accessible PDF is provided, along with an editable Word Document.
In this first of a multi-episode series, the CTC-SRH talks with epidemiologist Dr. Maeve Wallace about pregnancy-associated deaths in the US, how often they happen, and the top causes, and what this information means for Title X practitioners and staff.
This palm card explores the physical differences between intrauterine contraception (IUC) units on one side to assist providers in identifying IUCs based on their appearance. The other side of the card compares the primary and secondary method of action of levonorgestrel and copper IUCs.
The CTC-SRH talks with Robin Summers, JD senior counsel and vice president at the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, about the recent federal ruling in Ohio v. Becerra. Robin interprets the current ruling for listeners and provides insight into what Title X providers and staff can anticipate next in the case.