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These organizations conduct and publish evidence-based research that informs reproductive and sexual health policies, treatment, and care guidelines. The work includes evaluating the safety, efficacy and acceptability of new contraceptives, as well as ongoing research on every method currently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Family PACT providers may refer to this list of training resources on Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs), which include the copper and hormonal intrauterine devices (IUDs) and contraceptive implant.
Innovating Education in Reproductive Health– This video series, created in partnership with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) LARC Program, covers a variety of clinical topics related to the provision of LARC methods.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists – This video series, created in collaboration with the Innovating Education in Reproductive Health program at the University of California, San Francisco Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, covers a variety of clinical topics related to the provision of LARC methods.
Beyond the Pill – Provides three types of CME/CE-accredited training: virtual, on-site, and online (self-paced) to increase provider knowledge and skills and improve patient access to the full range of contraceptives. The virtual trainings cover best practices for contraceptive care during COVID-19, and help clinics incorporate telemedicine.
Essential Access Health – Provides trainings to enhance the skills needed to provide high-quality IUD and implant services, including effective patient-centered counseling, techniques for method placement and removal, best practices for the prevention of complications, and management of complications and challenging cases.
Medi-Cal administers the Family PACT program. Family PACT providers are encouraged to check the Medi-Cal website frequently and sign up for the Medi-Cal Subscription Service to receive updates via email.
California’s Open Data portal offers access to standardized data that can be easily retrieved, combined, downloaded, sorted, searched, analyzed, redistributed and re-used by individuals, business, researchers, journalists, developers, and government to process, trend, and innovate.
These resources provide public and provider education, including new screening guidelines, prevention recommendations, and treatment options for breast cancer and different types of gynecologic cancers, such as cervical cancer.
Many organizations offer immediate assistance, and some concentrate on eliminating the causes of domestic violence on a larger scale. They provide support services and advice, legal counsel, and publications to those who are experiencing domestic violence.
Are you a Family PACT provider with patients struggling to afford health insurance? Learn more about how you can help clients apply for affordable low or no-cost health insurance options through Covered California. It is the marketplace where clients can shop and compare health insurance plans and even find out if they qualify for discounts for private insurance. Help make sure your clients get the coverage they need to access the care they deserve.