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The resources on this page are all created by the CTC-SRH to assist clinical services providers in managing common sexual and reproductive health concerns and related preventive health care issues. Some resources are helpful before, during, and after clinical encounters as quick reference guides, while others are focused at implementing or improving new services or protocols.

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The NCTCFP speaks to Dr. Karen Florio about the intersection of maternal health and cardiovascular disease, how pregnancy can affect heart health and vice versa, and ways family planning clinicians can address these issues in their own practices.

Karen Florio, DO, MPH is a board-certified maternal and fetal medicine specialist in the Kansas City area.  In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Florio is an associate professor at the UMKC School of Medicine and assistant program director of maternal fetal medicine fellowship program.  She received her medical education at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and her MPH from Georgetown University.  She completed her residency at New York Methodist Hospital and her maternal-fetal medicine fellowship at Magee Women's Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA.

Released: 03/09/2022

The NCTCFP speaks with Liz Miller, MD, PhD from the University of Pittsburgh about teen dating violence and how family planning clinicians can address it in their practices.

Dr. Liz Miller is professor of pediatrics, public health, and clinical and translational science and holds the Edmund R. McCluskey Chair in Pediatric Medical Education at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Trained in internal medicine, pediatrics and medical anthropology, she has over 20 years of practice and community-partnered research experience in addressing interpersonal violence prevention among adolescents and young adults in clinical and community settings. She received a BA in Art History from Yale University in 1988 and an MD/PhD from Harvard University in 1994. She worked as a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University from 1995-1997, and then completed her residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in 2000.

Released: 02/28/2022

This DIALS, recorded on 2/16/2022 with guest Sarah Diemert, discusses using the ASCCP Mobile App and presents cases for participants to test use of the app.

The app can be purchased in the App Store/Google Play:
There is also a free web version of the app available here:

The slides contain links to additional resources and can be downloaded below.

Released: 02/16/2022

This DIALS, recorded on 1/18/2022 with guest Dr. David Turok, covers the provision of emergency contraception.

Released: 01/18/2022

As part of the January 2022 Clinician Café on providing family planning care to patients with disabilities, the NCTCFP sits down with Erica Monasterio, MN, FNP-BC to discuss the challenges of providing care specifically to adolescents with disabilities.

Released: 01/19/2022

Implementing Quality Family Planning, or IQFP, provides clinic staff with the knowledge and skills they need to engage with family planning clients, apply client-centered care, and share evidence-based information on a wide range of contraceptive methods.

The IQFP Toolkits are comprehensive curricula to be used by facilitators familiar with the QFP guidelines to train clinical staff or prescribers.

IQFP Curriculum (Standard) is for experienced staff or clinicians to train non-prescribing staff, including registered nurses and health educators. The IQFP Curriculum consists of two modules: (1) Contraception Overview and (2) Client-Centered Counseling in the Family Planning Setting

IQFP-RX Curriculum (IQFP For Prescribers) is for experienced clinicians to train other clinicians and includes additional in-depth information on prescribing and management. The IQFP-RX Curriculum consists of three modules: (1) Contraception Overview (2) Client-Centered Counseling in the Family Planning Setting (3) Advanced Contraception

The Toolkit Tour below gives an introduction to the Implementing Quality Family Planning (IQFP) Curriculum, a walkthrough of the toolkits, and information on how to customize your training using the toolkits.

Released: 12/14/2021

This Drop In Active Learning Session (DIALS), recorded on 11/8/2021 with guest Dr. Michael Policar, covers the essentials to developing and updating clinical protocols and critiques a sample protocol.

Released: 11/08/2021

The NCTCFP speaks with Jessica Swafford Marcella, MPA, the Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Population Affairs and Director of the Office of Adolescent Health, to discuss the new Title X Final Rule, which went into effect on November 8th, 2021, including changes to options counseling and telehealth services.

In October 2021, HHS published the Title X Final Rule “Ensuring Access to Equitable, Affordable, Client-Centered, Quality Family Planning Services.”

The 2021 final rule revokes the 2019 final rule, “Compliance With Statutory Program Integrity Requirements”, in its entirety and readopts the 2000 final rule, “Standards of Compliance for Abortion-Related Services in Family Planning Services Projects” with revisions to ensure access to equitable, affordable, client-centered, quality family planning services for all clients, especially for low-income clients. This document, published by the Office of Population Affairs, provides a summary of essential provisions within the 2021 rule.

Released: 11/09/2021

Listen to this podcast for free on our website using the player above, downloading it to your computer, or stream on your phone by searching "The Family Planning Files" on your preferred podcast app. This podcast series is funded by an award from the US DHHS Office of Population Affairs. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS, OASH, or OPA.

COVID-19: Looking Forward, Looking Back - 9/10/2021

The NCTCFP sits down again with two of their first interviewees, Raissa Ameh and Evelyn Kieltyka, to discuss how COVID-19 has continued to shape their clinic networks and what they've learned over the past year and a half in delivering Title X and other family planning services.

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Understanding Long COVID-19 - 3/19/2021

The NCTCFP talks with Dr. Maithe Enriquez, from the Research College of Nursing and Infectious Disease Associates of Kansas City, about long-covid, or post-acute-covid syndrome, and how family planning providers can recognize cases and counsel their patients.  This is a part of the NCTCFP's ongoing series of podcasts about COVID-19.

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COVID-19 and Health Disparities - 3/16/2021

The NCTCFP speaks with Dr. Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, an infectious disease physician from St. Louis, about racial and geographic disparities that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic and how family planning providers can help address those disparities in their own practices.

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Released: 09/10/2021
Job Aid

This new resource, Coding and Billing Recommendations for Counseling, Education and Ongoing Monitoring of Patients Electing to use DMPA Subcutaneously (SubQ) via Self-administration, will help family planning providers document activities related to provision of self-administered SubQ DMPA, including ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes and Procedure Codes. Modifiers for telehealth visits are included.

Released: 08/24/2021
SRH News

In Spring of 2021, we surveyed our mailing list as well as anyone who had taken one of our trainings over the past few years. 400 respondents from all 10 DHHS regions responded. Below is an infographic describing the results of that survey.

This data gives us insight on who our audience is, what they use from the NCTCFP, how they rate it, and whether or not the NCTCFP has met their clinical training needs through our products, events, and resources. Click on the images below to view the full-size pdf.

Released: 07/28/2021
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