This series of standardized case videos is designed to facilitate discussion about how health professionals can best interact with patients when providing reproductive and sexual health care. The videos are aimed at clinicians who care for women’s reproductive health needs throughout their lives.
Each video shows various approaches and techniques for discussing sexual health with adolescents in a medical setting. Focusing on communication skills, to clinical knowledge, to ofﬁce environments, the complementary videos and accompanying facilitation guide emphasize different nuances, techniques, problems, and strengths for care.
In these two scenarios, a patient with chronic migraines seeks safe, effective contraception and discusses prevention of pregnancy and STIs with her health care provider.
A patient with three children is done with childbearing, but it not an ideal medical candidate for tubal ligation. In these two videos, a provider discusses alternative long-acting methods of highly effective contraception.
These two videos show a 26-year old patient seeking permanent sterilization. While her provider counsels her about likelihood of regret, the patient feels her family is complete.
In these scenarios, an unintended pregnancy brings a young patient to see her physician. She wants more children in the future, but the timing is not right.
A patient with unexpected bleeding is surprised to learn she is experiencing early pregnancy loss. Her provider discusses options for safe, effective management of pregnancy loss with and without medical intervention in these two case videos.