FORMERLY PHYSICIANS FOR REPRODUCTIVE CHOICE AND HEALTH

Standardized Case Videos: Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health

This series of standardized case videos is designed to facilitate discussion about how health professionals can best interact with adolescent patients when providing reproductive and sexual health care. The videos focus on the unique communication, counseling, and clinical needs of adolescent patients. The series includes two sets of videos, one produced in 2005, the other in 2009.

For all but one case, two versions of a patient-physician scenario are presented in separate videos. Each video shows various approaches and techniques for discussing sexual health with adolescents in a medical setting. No single video is meant as the “correct” way to work with teen patients; each video includes a mix of dos and don’ts.

All of these videos are integrated into the Physicians for Reproductive Health Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health Education Project curriculum tools and E-learning courses but are also available to view individually below. The corresponding discussion guides detail how to use the videos for teaching and facilitate discussion based on the cases presented.

Additionally, we also offer a case video series highlighting more general reproductive health needs of women throughout their lives. Those videos are available here.

2005 Case Videos:

» Download the Facilitation Guide for the Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health Education Project 2005 video series.

2009 Case Videos:

» Download the Facilitation Guide for the Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health Education Project 2009 video series.

2005 Case 1: Sports Physical

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2005 Case 2: Unintended Pregnancy

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2005 Series 3: Sexually Transmitted Infection

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2005 Case 4: Abuse at Home

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2005 Case 5: Male Adolescent Reproductive Health

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2005 Case 6: Drop-In Visit for Emergency Contraception

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2009 Case 1: Coming Out

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2009 Case 2: Request for Birth Control: Young Adolescent

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2009 Case 3: Discomfort Wearing Condoms

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2009 Case 4: Sexually Transmitted Infection

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2009 Case 5: Hoping for a Positive Pregnancy Test

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2009 Case 6: Chronically Ill Adolescent

Each video shows both dos and don’ts for health care providers. See the Facilitation Guide for more information.

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2009 Case 7: Asking A Parent to Step Out*

This video models how to ask parents to allow for one-on-one time with a young patient.

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To request a free DVD that includes all of the adolescent reproductive and sexual health standardized case videos, click here or contact meded@prch.org.