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Webinar

STI Clinical Update Webinar – Syphilis: A Case-Based Review and Update
Presented by Dr. Kelly Johnson Learning Objectives: List common causes for genital ulcerative disease. Interpret results of traditional & reverse syphilis screening algorithms. Explain the clinical significance of changes in non-treponemal titers. Name a resource for help interpreting different combinations of serologic results

Webinar

2024 STI Clinical Update: San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH)
Thursday, March 14, 2024 9:00AM-1:00PM (PDT) 3.75 CME units at no cost This half-day, hybrid event will provide important updates in the field of sexual health to help providers strengthen the delivery of STI prevention and care. Hear from local experts on STI epidemiology in San Francisco, updates on Doxy-PEP implementation, recognizing dermatologic manifestations of STIs, and a lively case panel.

Webinar

STI Clinical Update Webinar – Introduction to Syphilis and Congenital Syphilis: A Phoenix IHS and CAPTC Event
STI Clinical Update Webinar – Introduction to Syphilis and Congenital Syphilis: A Phoenix IHS and CAPTC Event January 11, 2024 8:30AM-12:00PM (MST) Presented by CAPTC Clinical Faculty Recording available 2 weeks after the webinar. Please note: CME not available for viewing the webinar recording. Presenters: Learning Objectives: Describe the varied clinical manifestations of syphilis in […]

Webinar

STI Clinical Update Humboldt County-Addressing the Rise of Syphilis: A Review of Clinical Management of Syphilis and Congenital Syphilis for Health Care Providers 
Presented by Drs. Kathleen Jacobson and Wyatt Hanft December 5, 2023 Learning Objectives: Apply California’s expanded syphilis screening recommendations. Describe the stages of syphilis and the recommended treatment and follow up for people with syphilis. Compare the traditional and reverse algorithm for syphilis screening.

Webinar

STI Expert Hour Webinar – Navigating the Bicillin L-A Shortage: A Conversation with PharmD Dr. Kathy Yang
January 31, 2024 12:00PM-1:15PM (PST) 1.25 CME units at no cost Learning Objectives List at least 2 factors contributing to ongoing Bicillin L-A shortages Describe a framework for prioritizing Bicillin L-A when supplies are limited Name potential alternative treatments for syphilis in non-pregnant people Develop a decision-making process for the treatment of syphilis when standard guidelines cannot be followed or when data is insufficient.

Podcast Episode

S4 E8 Intimacy Starts with I: Women, Self-Love, and HIV with Michelle Lopez
S4 E8 Intimacy Starts with I: Women, Self-Love, and HIV with Michelle Lopez CW: Mention of abuse, sexual abuse, physical abuse, incest, molestation At 24 years old, in the early 90’s, Michelle Lopez was riding a train in New York with her newborn baby and saw an advertisement that spoke to her. It said, “If […]

Podcast Episode

S4 E7 Dan Savage on the Magic Question “What are you into?” & Dr. Ina Park on How Providers Can Help
S4 E7 Dan Savage on the Magic Question “What are you into?” & Dr. Ina Park on How Providers Can Help Dan Savage is a sex-advice columnist and podcaster, and Ina Park is a sex positive STI researcher, physician, and author. The two come together in this episode to discuss desire, pleasure, and how to communicate about what feels good with partners and providers. Dan delves into discovering kinks, pleasure as we age, and trying new things alone […]

Webinar

Integrating Trauma-Informed Practices into Reproductive Health Services
August 30, 2023 Description: Exposure to abuse, neglect, discrimination, violence, and other adverse experiences can greatly impact a person’s health for the long term and the way they interact with the healthcare system especially when it comes to family planning services. Because of the potentially long-lasting negative impact of trauma on physical and mental health, […]

Podcast Episode

S4 E6 Family Planning as Gender Affirming Care with Trans and Nonbinary Patients
Director of Gender-Affirming Care for UC Davis Health, Miles Harris, FNP-BC, advocates for the integration of gender-affirming care with primary care and family planning. He shares that “so much of gender affirming care is not about hormones” and that “it is often so easy as a health care provider to do the thing that someone needs that changes their life.”