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 videos and accompanying facilitation guide are ideal for medical education settings as well as for self-guided learning. Each video shows both do’s and don’ts for providers in order to present a nuanced look at patient communications and care.
This video models how to ask parents to allow for one-on-one time with a young patient.
These two videos demonstrate how to initiate conversations around sexual health with patients receiving ongoing care for chronic conditions.
These two videos highlight the experience of a transgender patient visiting a new primary care provider for care unrelated to his transition.
In these two scenarios, a long-time patient comes into clinic with stomach issues but is also struggling with his sexuality.
These two scenes show how a typical sports physical is also an opportunity to discuss sexual health.
In these two videos, a provider shows concern when a very young patient seeks contraception and discusses sexual behavior and sexual pleasure with her patient.
A suspected sexually transmitted infection leads this provider to discuss how and why patients should consistently use condoms. Both scenarios demonstrate ways providers can facilitate condom use.
These two videos discuss repeated requests for emergency contraception and also bring forward why a patient’s sexual orientation does not always clearly indicate a patient’s sexual behaviors or risks.
A patient’s concerns over irregular bleeding while on birth control pills lead to a discussion about more long-acting methods in these two scenarios.
A visit for flu-like symptoms lead a provider to discuss pregnancy options and offer referrals for support in these two videos.