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Clinicians: If you treat post-menopausal women, will you give us 3 minutes of your time to share your experiences to inform future ARHP educational offerings? CLICK HERE to learn more and take the survey.

MS strikes women 3x more often than men and can have profound implications for their sexual and reproductive health. View our latest accredited activities on-demand: Webinar 1, Webinar 2, and Webinar 3. And check out our 12-minute "Clinical Minute" video on "MS Treatment and Reproductive Planning" for even more CME/CE credits.

Learn strategies for counseling patients about contraceptive risks with our latest 15-minute Clinical Minute videos: Clinical Minute 1 and Clinical Minute 2. Earn CME/CE credits for both.

Half of pregnancies are unintended, but emergency contraception (EC) can prevent about 95% of unintended pregnancies if taken promptly. View webinar 1, webinar 2, and webinar 3 on-demand. Earn CME/CE/CPE credit for all three.

Nearly 13,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the disease is essentially preventable or treatable. Earn CME/CE credit for any or all of 8 educational activities on preventing or treating cervical cancer. Learn more HERE.

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UH OH! Birth Control You Can Use After Sex

Do your patients know that if they have sex without using birth control, it may not be too late to prevent pregnancy? Click the accompanying image for an evidence-based one-page overview you can share with your patients about emergency contraception: safe, effective birth control they can use AFTER sex.


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