Putting the QFP into Practice Series: Achieving Pregnancy: Assessment, Counseling and Education

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Click here for a direct link to a recording of this webinar.

Once you have viewed the webinar recording, click here to complete a brief evaluation and request your Certificate of Completion.

About the Webinar:

How do you counsel clients about their fertility and enhance their ability to achieve pregnancy? This third webinar in the Putting the QFP Practice Series included assessment questions and key messages to help women and men maximize their fertility and ability to achieve a healthy pregnancy. Client scenarios were modeled and discussed.

Who Should Attend

This webinar was designed for counselors, health educators, medical assistants, clinic managers, administrators, and other staff along the continuum of care, including clinicians—for anyone interested in applying the QFP recommendations to their education and counseling practices.

Learning Objectives

After participating in this third webinar in the series, you were able to:

  • Describe the key messages for counseling women and men to maximize  their ability to achieve a healthy pregnancy
  • Identify questions that help determine if the client or couple also needs basic infertility, preconception care, STD services and/or other resources

Faculty

Courtney Benedict, CNM, MS, has over 15 years of experience providing reproductive health care to patients in a variety of settings including Planned Parenthood, Federally-Qualified Health Centers and private practice. Ms. Benedict has developed and supervised OB-GYN programs in community health centers throughout California. She served as a member of the expert panel for the QFP and is a Title X clinical preceptor and program trainer. Ms. Benedict currently works as the Manager of Medical Standards Implementation at Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

Kimberly Aumack Yee has over 20 years of experience in reproductive health training, educational materials development and program evaluation in a variety of settings including family planning clinics, community-based organizations and health centers. Ms. Aumack Yee has collaborated on operations research projects on fertility awareness education and methods in both national and international settings. She is currently a Project Director for Cardea Services, the National Training Center for Service Delivery.

Registration & Fees - The recorded webinar is free of charge.

Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) was only available to those who participated in the live webinar event. There will be no CE offered to those who view the recording.

Questions

Contact the Family Planning Training Center for Service Delivery at 510-835-3700 or OaklandEvents@cardeaservices.org

About the Series

For many staff it can be challenging to address the range of potential health needs a client may have during a given clinic visit.  With the Providing Quality Family Planning Recommendations (QFP), we now have clear and evidence-informed guidance on how to:

  • Determine a client's need for a range of services and their reproductive life plan
  • Provide counseling on contraception, pregnancy testing, achieving pregnancy and basic infertility, sexually transmitted infections, preconception health, related preventive health and referrals

This six-part training opportunity will help you put the QFP recommendations into practice.

Acknowledgements

The Family Planning National Training Center (FPNTC) is supported by the Office of Population Affairs of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The information presented does not necessarily represent the views of OPA, DHHS, or FPNTC member organizations.

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