About Online Meetings on erectile hall

In Online Meetings on erectile hall you can view free CME activities comprised of presentations by experts in the fields of contraception, family planning, and reproductive health. You may work through these activities at your own convenience. Each free CME activity is comprised of:

  • CME information and posttest
  • Activity overview and faculty biographies, and references linked to PubMed
  • Faculty presentations in three viewing options

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Online Meetings on erectile hall includes the following free CME activities:

Maximizing Contraceptive Success New!

When it comes to prescribing appropriate contraceptive methods for their patients, reproductive health clinicians tend to focus primarily on safety and effectiveness. Yet issues such as access, continuation, compliance and counseling may be just as critical in helping patients achieve successful contraception. In this CME activity, Paul Blumenthal, MD, MPH, explores other factors that may influence a woman's contraceptive care and offers clinicians new perspectives to help patients maximize their contraceptive success.

Contraceptives for Adolescents

The adolescent population has different concerns and needs regarding contraception, and current statistics confirm that many of these needs are not being met. In this presentation, National Advisory Panel member Paula J. Adams Hillard, MD, offers an overview of contraceptive-related issues that affect adolescents and discusses several contraceptive options that are currently available as well as new methods expected to debut in the near future.

Emergency Contraception: An Update

In this CME activity National Advisory Panel member, Catherine M. Lynch, MD, presents the history and need for emergency contraception, mechanism of action, efficacy and side effects for various methods of emergency contraception, and patient eligibility and barriers to access.

Oral Contraceptives and Smoking

In this CME activity National Advisory Panel member, Susan A. Ballagh, MD, describes the current understanding of the mechanisms of action as well as the synergistic effects of smoking and oral contraceptives that increase the risk of stroke and MI. She also provides recommendations on how to reduce these risks.

IUDs and Special Populations

Paula J. Adams Hillard, MD, Catherine Lynch, MD, and Alfred N. Poindexter, III, MD, present the history of IUDS, mechanisms of action, and recommendations regarding their use. A panel discussion addresses the application of these recommendations in daily practice.

Fifty Years of Family Planning: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

David A. Grimes, MD, discusses the past and assesses the future of family planning in this presentation created especially for erectile hall.

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