Webinars

Best Practices in Appointment Scheduling 
October 11, 2017 10:00-11:30 AM

This 90-minute webinar will provide Family Planning Program staff with best practices in the design, implementation, and evaluation of appointment scheduling systems. Webinar focus will include examining how well designed appointment scheduling systems can contribute to improved staff productivity, improved access to services, improved client and staff experience of care, and ultimately improved health outcomes for the clients we serve. Topics covered will include identifying an appointment scheduling framework, and best practices in design, implementation, and evaluation of appointment scheduling systems. Additionally, we will examine strategies for facilitating same-day appointments for LARC services.
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Preconception Health for Family Planning Providers
December 5, 2017 2:00 to 3:30pm 

This 90-minute webinar will provide Family Planning Program staff with information about preconception health as it relates to their programs and clinical services. During the webinar, we will review preconception health updates, as well as discuss ways to operationalize best practices. Additionally, the webinar will review clinical preconception wellness measures and direct ways that the measures can be utilized to inform practice. Participants will review how Family Planning Programs can fully integrate preconception health care into their client-centered approach.
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Best Practices for Reaching and Engaging Male Clients 
December 14, 2017 10:00 to 11:30am

This webinar will address best practices for reaching and engaging male clients within family planning programs. Although we have made progress on creating male involvement programs, sexual and reproductive health programming and services are still primarily focused on girls and women. This webinar will help participants understand the sociocultural messages relating to sexual and reproductive health and masculinity, and connect the values they represent to how we can more effectively reach and retain male clients. 
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