In this DIALS, recorded on 11/27/23, Dr. David Turok and Dr. Hilary Reno discussed emerging research that supports emergency contraception and post-exposure prophylaxis for sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Studies have shown that PEP and EC are appropriate for prophylaxis following unprotected intercourse. Additionally, DoxyPEP shows promise as a preventive measure for gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis.
This DIALS, recorded on 11/1/2023, featured Dr. Angeline Ti and Dr. Lauren Thaxton. It provides an overview of the research that supports extended use for most methods of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) available in the U.S., followed by a discussion about techniques for client-led education and counseling for potential extended use LARC.
This DIALS, recorded on 8/30/2023, featured Stephanie Arnold Pang and Dr. Joseph Cherabie. It provides an overview of Expedited Partner Therapy and the strategies to mitigate legal, medical, practical, and administrative barriers to its implementation.
The CTC-SRH talks with Anitra Beasley, MD, MPH, about the FDA's recent decision to approve OPill to be the first hormonal contraceptive pill to be available over-the-counter.
The latest episode in the popular Coding with Ann series features a conversation with expert Ann Finn and special guest Dr. Michael Policar about potential scenarios clinicians may see around early pregnancy loss and how to bill for them in order to maximize clinic revenue and reimbursement.
This DIALS, recorded on 6/8/2023, featured Drs. Mike Policar and Misha Pangasa and highlighted the CTC-SRH's training materials and job aids focused on caring for clients experiencing common symptoms during the first trimester of pregnancy. This session can assist with billing and coding, case studies, and definitions for early pregnancy care and complications.
The CTC-SRH speaks with Ann Finn, of Ann Finn Consulting, LLC, about the latest guidance in using E/M codes for billing and clinic revenue.
In this DIALS, recorded on 4/27/2023, featured CTC-SRH staff Jacki Witt, JD, WHNP-BC and Kristin Metcalf-Wilson, DNP, WHNP-BC. This session highlighted specific training, toolkits, and job aids appropriate for clinical services providers which are readily available through the CTC-SRH and RHNTC websites. This session can assist you with onboarding, maintaining, and improving practice through the development of essential sexual and reproductive health care knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavior.
This toolkit is intended to be a resource for administrators, quality managers, and clinicians responsible for developing and maintaining policies, procedures, and clinical protocols for sexual and reproductive health care settings. We hope the toolkit is a useful tool for adopting best practices, training staff, and assessing clinical care.
The NCTCFP speaks with Robin Summers, JD, from the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association about policy considerations for Title X and other family planning clinicians in 2022.
In this podcast, the NCTCFP speaks with Jessica Swafford Marcella, MPA, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Population Affairs, and Director of the Office of Adolescent Health, to discuss the June 24th SCOTUS decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and how it affects Title X services.
In this archived webinar, recorded on April 28, 2022, Dr. Ina Park presents the latest updates in STI Treatment Guidelines.
After watching this 1 hour webinar, viewers should be able to:
Continuing education credits (CNE) are available for this webinar. To obtain continuing education credits, participants must register and successfully pass a quiz for this webinar. For further information and/or to register, visit www.HealtheKnowledge.org
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 slides contain links to additional resources and can be downloaded below.
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.
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.
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.
The NCTCFP sits down with Dr. Hilary Reno, Assistant Professor at Washington University School of Medicine in Infectious Diseases in St. Louis, to discuss the treatment guidelines for gonorrhea released by the CDC in an MMWR in December 2020.
The NCTCFP speaks with Coleen Jones and Rachel Guy about the new ASCCP Risk-Based Management Consensus Guidelines, how they differ from previous guidelines, and their experiences in implementing them in their clinical practice.
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. A transcript of the podcast is available below.
Founded as the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning (NCTCFP) in 2006, we changed our name to the Clinical Training Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health (CTC-SRH) in 2023. We have been funded by the Office of Population Affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services since inception and remain the primary source of clinical training for those providing sexual and reproductive health care in federally-funded settings.
Having served the Title X network for nearly two decades, our team of clinical experts recognized that the term “family planning” falls short of describing the client-centered and inclusive sexual and reproductive health services we offer, especially in an increasingly urgent and rapidly shifting healthcare landscape.
The newly-renamed Clinical Training Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health (CTC-SRH) continues to provide evidence-based clinical training and resources to healthcare providers in Title X settings through increased healthcare quality, equity, and access.