Emergency Contraception

Emergency contraception (EC) is a critical method of pregnancy prevention that can be used after unprotected sex. All members of the health care team can learn the latest about EC while earning continuing education credits by completing the activities listed on this page. ARHP is committed to translating high-quality science into practice through our accredited, peer-reviewed programs.


All on-demand webinars are now available here

  • Update on Emergency Contraception (Part 1/3): Options, Effectiveness, Ongoing Use, & Access - posted Sept. 2017
  • Update on Emergency Contraception (Part 2/3): Mechanism of Action, Contraception After EC, Safety & Side Effects - posted Oct. 2017
  • Update on Emergency Contraception (Part 3/3): Frequently Asked Questions - posted Nov. 2017

Clinical Minutes

All clinical minutes are now available here

  • Emergency Contraception Clinical Minute - posted June 2016

About us

ARHP is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization and all contributions are fully tax-deductible. ARHP relies on contributions from health care professionals, concerned individuals, foundations, and industry to support its work and provide trusted clinical education and information on reproductive and sexual health. 

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Contributions from individuals support ARHP’s "Fund for the Future of Reproductive Health," which provides seed money to develop and implement innovative programs to support reproductive health education and advocacy efforts for the next generation. 

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