Continuing Education Credits Available

Live Zoom Session Dates: Jan 9, 13, 20, 27, 2022

March 1 + 2, 2022 Join us for two days of inspiring plenaries, informative clinical updates, and timely panel discussions focused on advancing sexual and reproductive health access, equity, and innovation.

Sexual and reproductive health is a broad topic and it’s essential that health professionals have the information they need to answer basic questions. This virtual Introduction to Sexual and Reproductive Health Training in Spanish is a comprehensive course designed for health providers and educators. Participants will explore their own values and learn how to answer sexual and reproductive health questions in simple terms that patients and students can understand.

Despite the wide range of birth control methods available today, there is no "one size fits all" when it comes to contraception: the right method for one person will not necessarily be the best method for someone else, and a patient's method choice at one point in their life may not be the best method for them at another stage. Health care providers are key partners for patients interested in using contraception, and they have the opportunity and responsibility to provide information to their clients to help them make informed decisions about the best method for them.

Prevention of cervical cancer with population-based screening has been a story of success. But it is also a story that is evolving and increasingly confusing as more data and new technologies emerge. This four-part series offers clinicians and others in health care a practical, comprehensive educational experience, from basic to advanced information about screening, diagnosis, treatment, new technologies, disparities, and prevention of cervical cancers and its precursors.

Patient-centered counseling is an essential component of providing quality sexual and reproductive health care. With the release of the revised Recommendations for Providing Quality Family Planning (QFP) by the Office of Population Affairs and the Centers for Disease Control, there has been an increased emphasis on the importance of delivering contraceptive counseling that is patient-centered. The QFP describes five Principles for Providing Quality Counseling, including building rapport, personalizing discussions, and confirming client understanding.

Most intervention strategies for reducing Congenital Syphilis (CS) have focused on prenatal care and what to do AFTER getting a syphilis positive test result for a pregnant person. Not nearly as much has been done with advancing more preconception care strategies for syphilis infected persons who can get pregnant or cause a pregnancy or those at high risk for syphilis who are not yet pregnant.

Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a highly effective prevention tool for individuals at risk for HIV. This online course will describe PrEP effectiveness and eligibility guidelines, and emphasize common barriers to PrEP access in the clinic setting. It will also provide strategies for developing a clinic culture that is supportive of PrEP, and cover concrete tools to support rollout and implementation of this critical intervention.

Health care providers continue to recognize the importance of creating safe and welcoming spaces for adolescents in their health facilities. This on-demand webinar reviews how members of the health care team at Title X-funded health centers and other settings can create a welcoming environment that encourages youth access to and use of sexual and reproductive health services. It also explores ways to counsel adolescents about healthy relationships and resisting coercion.

This on-demand webinar provides a review of California minor consent and confidentiality laws and how to balance the laws with teen friendly services and best practices. It provides practical techniques on how to implement patient-centered confidential services for teens that honor mandated reporting of abuse laws. Strategies for addressing parent concerns and providing inclusive sexual health counseling designed to meet the needs of ALL teens, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation and sexual practices are also discussed.


Essential Access Health is accredited as a continuing education provider by:

  • California Medical Association
  • California Board of Registered Nursing
  • National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc.
  • National Board of Public Health Examiners

Essential Access Health provides continuing education credit services for our partners. Let us know how we can support your continuing education needs.


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