Teaching Residents about Family Planning and Disparities by Taking Care of Incarcerated Women
Carolyn Sufrin, MD, PhD. Jail might seem a strange place for a resident to be. But that’s where we at UCSF have been taking our Ob/Gyn interns for the last five years every Monday—and not because they have committed a … Continue reading →
Improving Contraceptive Counseling through Shared Decision-Making Curriculum
The process of shared decision-making (SDM) requires clinicians to set aside their personal biases or preferences for care, offer balanced information about all treatment options, and help patients’ navigate that information to arrive at their own decision. For learners striving … Continue reading →
Contraceptive Counseling: Responding to Patient Preferences
This interactive presentation is designed to help learners actively listen to patient contraceptive preferences and was built in partnership with Medical Students For Choice.