In this webinar from January 2017, Dr. Hendrée Jones from the UNC Horizons Program discusses what clinicians need to know about providing family planning services and reproductive/sexual health care to women with opioid use disorders. This presentation is provided in partnership with the ATTC Center of Excellence on Behavioral Health for Pregnant and Postpartum Women and Their Families.
Provide a rationale for why all women of childbearing age, including women with opioid use disorders, need access to contraceptive practices
Articulate at least three facts that providers need to know about women who use opioids and other substances and how to help them with contraceptive practices
Articulate at least three facts that women who use opioids and other substances need to know about contraceptive practices
Time: 30 minutes
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