Video Vignette Collection: Women's Health–
Contraceptive Options and Patient Adherence Edition
  1. Course List
Chair
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Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
  • Professor and Associate Chairman
  • Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • University of Florida College of Medicine–€“Jacksonville
  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • Case-Based Video Vignette Collection: Women'€™s Health–€”Contraceptive Options and Patient Adherence Edition is an engaging series of video discussions of compelling, real-world patient cases that physicians encounter in their daily practice, prepared and presented by renowned faculty experts who offer insightful commentary and thoughtful guidance about pertinent treatment and management issues.
  • Discuss the importance of counseling all reproductive-age patients about pregnancy risk and contraceptive options, including emergency contraception (EC).
  • Evaluate strategies to help each patient select the regimen that best meets her individual needs, as well as understand the importance of EC in the event of nonadherence or contraceptive failure.
  • Identify barriers to the use of specific agents (including patient misconceptions about mechanism of action, clinician education, reimbursement, etc) and identify strategies for overcoming them.
  • Review issues of patient preferences, side effects, and other factors that result in nonadherence with contraceptive regimens.
  • Overcome barriers related to training and experience concerning utilization of contraceptive agents.
  • Target Audience

    This activity is designed for obstetricians/gynecologists, primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, midwives, and other clinicians who manage the contraceptive needs of reproductive-age women with up-to-date information on key issues related to pregnancy risk and contraceptive options, including emergency contraception.

     

    Activity Goal

    The goal of Case-Based Practice Improvement Video Vignette Collection: Women’s Health—Contraceptive Options and Adherence Edition is to provide obstetricians/gynecologists, primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, midwives, and other clinicians who manage the contraceptive needs of reproductive-age women with up-to-date information on key issues related to pregnancy risk and contraceptive options, including emergency contraception.