This is How I Teach

This is How I Teach is a video series designed to share teaching tips, approaches, and ideas on how to teach a specific topic, skill, or concept.

Abortion Training

This is How I Teach: Post-Abortion Hemorrhage

Presented by: Biftu Mengesha, MD

University of California, San Francisco

This is How I Teach: Communication with Partial Participants in Abortion Training

Presented by,

Deb Bartz
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

 

This is How I Teach: Being a Pregnant Abortion Provider

Presented by:
Abbey Hardy-Fairbanks, MD, FACOG
Associate Clinical Professor, University of Iowa Health Care
Co-Director, Ryan Family Planning Program

This is How I Teach: Uterine Aspiration

Presented by: Ashley Brant, MD, MPH

Washington Hospital Center

This is How I Teach: The Importance of Abortion Skills

Presented by: La Kedra Pam, MD

Louisiana State University

Clinical Teaching

This is How I Teach: Challenging Patient Encounters

Presented by:

Jody Steinauer, MD, MAS
University of California, San Francisco

The Caring For Challenging Patients workshop can found here.

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This is How I Teach: Caring for Incarcerated Patients

Presented by:
Carolyn Sufrin, MD, PhD
Associate Director, Fellowship in Family Planning
Assistant Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins

This is How I Teach: Speculum Care Without Stirrups

Presented by: Stephanie Tillman, CNM

University of Illinois at Chicago

Read more in this article on Stephanie’s website.

This is How I Teach: The Menstrual Cycle

Presented by:

Sarah Prager, MD, MAS
University of Washington

This is How I Teach: Mastering Difficult Procedures

Presented by:

Kristina Tocce
University of Colorado, Denver

This is How I Teach: Pelvic Exams

Presented by: Peggy Ye, MD, MPH

Washington Hospital Center

Contraception

This is How I Teach: SDM with LARC Methods

Presented by:

Christine Dehlendorf, MD, MAS
University of California, San Francisco

This is How I Teach: CDC Selected Practice Recommendations

Presented by:

Valerie French
University of California San Francisco

This is How I Teach: No Touch Technique for Copper IUD

Presented by Suzan Goodman MD, MPH
National Training Director, Bixby Beyond the Pill Program
Associate Clinical Professor, UCSF

Counseling

This is How I Teach: Non-directive Counseling

Presented by: Jen Lesko, MD, MPH

George Washington University

This is How I Teach: Giving STI Results

Presented by: Stephanie Tillman, CNM

University of Illinois at Chicago

Read more in this article on Stephanie’s website.