Contraceptive Clinical Guidelines
CDC Contraceptive Criteria and Recommendations: The recommendations in these reports are intended to help health-care providers address issues related to use of contraceptives.
Reproductive Health Research
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).
Online and Virtual Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) Trainings
Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health instructional video series (Covers a variety of clinical topics related to the provision of LARC methods)
National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning (will ship IUC demo kits and pelvic model directly to the provider)
If you are interested in training on the Organon Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive, please contact the Organon Service Center at 1-844-674-3200. The Organon Service Center will direct you to the appropriate representative for participation in a local Clinical Training program (CTP).
California Open Data Portal
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.
California and National Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Resources
Public health agencies provide guidance for treating persons who have or are at risk for STIs, including new diagnostic, treatment, and prevention recommendations for STIs.
Breast and Cervical Cancer
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.