Counseling Patients About Family Planning
Utilizes expert discussion and case studies to illustrate patient-centered counseling for family planning and contraception, addresses barriers and biases for providers, and reviews available forms of contraception.
Georgetown University Medical Center
Director, Jacobs Institute of Women's Health
The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health
- Describe patient-centered care in the context of family planning.
- Assess who should be counseled for family planning services.
- Address potential provider barriers and biases for quality family planning.
- Discuss short acting and long acting contraception options.
Accreditation & CME / CPE Credit
Completing the Module
- Review the Course Overview (this page) in its entirety. You must review the page for one minute before the next section will unlock.
- Take the Pre Test.
- Watch the Module 2 Video. Do not attempt to speed up the video, as the Post Test will only unlock after the entire video has been viewed. The video can be paused and resumed later.
- Take the Post Test. You must pass the Post Test with a score of 75% or higher to claim credit. You will be able to take the test multiple times.
- Complete the Evaluation. If you are a pharmacist claiming CPE credit, fill in your NABP ID and Month/Day of birth to receive credit. Note: Credit will be transmitted to ACPE within 40 days of participation.
- Claim credit or a certificate of attendance. This section will unlock after you complete the Post Test and Evaluation.