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Did you know that inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) afflicts 1.4 million in the United States and profoundly affects women's sexual and reproductive health? Learn about this common and debilitating condition while earning CME/CE credits. CLICK HERE to learn more.

 

Want to be notified about free upcoming accredited educational activities from ARHP? CLICK HERE to be added to our email list.

 

Need guidance on counseling patients about the best methods of contraception for them, including members of marginalized communities? Click the following links to access accredited educational activities: Webinar 1 and Webinar 2. And click for our downloadable patient infographic about emergency contraception.

 

Has your ARHP membership expired? If so, you will no longer receive Contraception Journal - a $544 annual value - and many other great member benefits if you don't renew now. Click HERE to learn more.

 

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.

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Recommendations from ARHP Consensus Meeting about Female Sexual Health

Want guidance on best practices treating female sexual health, with a focus on female sexual dysfunction? ARHP hosted a wide-ranging consensus meeting on the topic that resulted in best practice guidance for clinicians and organizations that support them. CLICK HERE to read more.


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