Family Planning and Wellness



This is a self-guided virtual classroom. Registrants will be sent the link for the training after payment has been processed. 


Registration open through 5/30/2023 11:45 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)


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Course Description


Most women spend about two and a half years of their life being pregnant, and the rest of trying not to be pregnant. Family planning can improve health equity, especially because unplanned pregnancies are much more common in areas of low income and among people of color. This course, built on scientific family planning research, covers some of the most common and effective contraceptive methods and their use. It also covers the social impact of unplanned pregnancies on vulnerable populations, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), sexual violence and human trafficking, coordination of care and the barriers that many women face. With a handle on basics, participants can help guide more women to resources that benefit their overall well-being.

Training Fees

Registration is $30.00

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