Sexual health and wellness matters. That is why we’re addressing it with this consortium. At each age and stage of your patients’ lives, sexual health and wellness should be considered as part of their overall health. As we ease out of the pandemic, the topic is even more important as some issues may have not been addressed during this time.
Do you have regular conversations with your patients? We will stock this site with articles, podcasts, website resources, polls, and quizzes. This will include practical advice for how to approach the topic with your patients, and resources you can offer them as they navigate their own sexual health and wellness journey.
For cervical cancer screening, human papillomavirus (HPV)–based screening modalities detect significantly more abnormal cervical cells than traditional liquid-based cytology (LBC) approaches, according to a study in JAMA Network Open.
There are many reasons why a caregiver may refuse to have his or her child receive the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, including safety concerns. A research letter examines whether those concerns have increased.
“Over the past several years, a growing number of companies have been providing contraception through online platforms, but there has been very little research on these businesses,” said principal investigator Brittni Frederiksen, MPH, PhD, a senior policy analyst at KFF in San Francisco.
To gauge progress that had been made in the decade since the establishment of CREOG, more than 4,000 U.S.-based ob-gyn residents were sent a 32-item survey in June 2016 to gauge their comfort level in asking patients about their sexual history and providing counseling to patients of varying ages and ethnic/racial backgrounds.
The authors of the prospective study in the journal Health Technology Assessment believe the simple intervention has enormous potential to prevent more unintended pregnancies after emergency contraception.
The interaction of sexual orientation and provider-patient communication on sexual and reproductive health (SHR) can be tricky to navigate, according to the results of a prospective study of a sample of U.S. women of diverse sexual orientations in the journal Patient Education and Counseling.
As this app says, this is all the things you want to know about sex, in the palm of your hand. It is available in several versions, with one appropriate for ages 12 and older and one for those 17 and older. With this app, your patients can find information about puberty, relationships, and sex.View Now
This app allows users to set reminders to take their birth control pill, buy new packs, and even schedule appointments. They can also take notes and track any symptoms.View Now
This website provides information regarding sexual and reproductive health coverage under the ACA.View Now