An overview of the various methods of contraception available to patients, including assessing suitability for these methods. This webinar provides a good overview of the various methods of contraception available and the patient groups they may be suitable for.

Aimed at:

  • Practice nurses
  • Assistant Practitioners
  • Other clinicians advising patients on contraception

Webinar Course content:

  • How to undertake a Contraception Consultation
  • Where to get all the essential information to help you and your patients
  • Contraception Risk Assessments – UKMEC
  • Effectiveness of methods
  • How to help patients choose the best method for them
  • Safe Prescribing
  • Age related issues (e.g. Fraser Guidelines/perimenopause)
  • Starting on a method – the essentials
  • Contraception “checks” – requirements
  • Emergency Contraception
  • In-depth review of Combined Hormonal Contraception

o Patch
o Ring

  • Progestogen Only Pills
  • Overview of Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) Methods

o Implant
o Coils – IUD/IUS’s
o Depo injections

  • Barrier methods
  • Fertility Awareness Methods
  • New methods coming…
  • Opportunities to discuss contraceptive conundrums

Learning materials:

All delegates will be emailed a certificate of attendance and copy of the presentation.

Please note that your name and email address will be passed to the supplier, so that they can send you joining instructions and any feedback surveys.