June 2022
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New DEI eLearning course for family planning organizations

RHNTC Updates

NCTCFP Updates
*NEW* Leadership for a Diverse and Inclusive Family Planning Organization eLearning
[1 hour]

This eLearning course provides practical, evidence-informed strategies for implementing culturally competent family planning services. For organizations that assist the public with their family planning needs, fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive (DEI) environment is essential to serving communities with compassion and excellence. Organizations that value an environment and culture centered around DEI have better-performing individuals and teams and better client and organizational outcomes. Register for the eLearning course.

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*NEW* Promoting Preconception Health Observances Through Social Media Job Aid
[instant download]

This job aid is designed to guide family planning agencies in using social media to promote preconception health via national health observances and awareness campaigns. Download the job aid.

*NEW* Communicating the Value of Your TPP Program Job Aid
[instant download]

This job aid is designed to help Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) programs pinpoint their value proposition—in other words, how their services provide value to the youth they serve. The job aid will walk you through defining your TPP program’s value to then market more effectively to potential youth participants, parents/caregivers, and partners. Download the job aid.

Onboarding New Title X-Funded Agencies Toolkit & Video
[instant download]

Onboarding New Title X-Funded Agencies: A Toolkit for Grantees videoIs your agency currently onboarding, or planning to onboard, a new Title X subrecipient(s)? Grantees who contract with new subrecipient agencies to provide Title X services must onboard these agencies to ensure they deliver high-quality services and comply with Title X Statutes, Regulations, and Legislative Mandates, Quality Family Planning Recommendations (QFP), and other guidance. This brief video was designed to provide grantees with an introduction to the Onboarding New Title X-Funded Agencies Toolkit. Watch the video and explore the toolkit.

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Revenue Cycle Management: Office Hours for Title X Staff
Wednesday, June 22 at 3–4pm ET

Is your Title X agency unsure how to create an efficient and effective revenue cycle management process or in need of a refresher? It is important to focus on the tasks and processes in each phase of the revenue cycle: pre-visit, visit, and post-visit. Join the RHNTC for a 1-hour session—the second of three interactive office hours on financial practices this year—that will highlight issues and best practices for each of the three revenue cycle phases. Debbie Sullivan, a health care consultant and former Title X grantee chief operating officer, will provide an overview, and RHNTC staff will share relevant resources and tools. Register for the office hours.

Building Your TPP Brand for Community Change Workshop
Thursday, July 14 at 3–4:30pm ET

Powerful brands spark action and change behavior. In our line of work, they can change the world and you—yes, you—play a crucial role in crafting them. In this workshop with experts from Healthy Teen Network, TPP program directors, program managers, and implementation staff will experience positive youth development brand-building in action. Participants will learn how carefully crafted brands can position interventions for success and how to connect with audiences on deep, emotional levels to build brand loyalty and support program recruitment and retention. Participants will discover how to create branding guidelines that effectively communicate your key message with implementation staff, youth, and adults in your community. Finally, participants will leave with a deeper appreciation for the magic of brands and the role we all have in building them—and in changing the world. Register for the workshop.

Moving Beyond Screening for IPV: Understanding the CUES Intervention Webinar
Thursday, August 18 at 3–4pm ET

Looking for ways to strengthen your agency’s intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention and intervention approach? Join us for a webinar providing an overview of CUES (Confidentiality, Universal Education and Empowerment, and Support), an effective, evidence-based IPV intervention. CUES fosters prevention and intervention and is easy to practice; includes universal education for all clients about healthy relationships; and does not rely on disclosure for clients to receive resources and support (including referrals if requested). Participants will also learn safe planning strategies for people experiencing IPV, along with how to collaborate with local IPV programs.

This session will be facilitated by Rebecca Levenson, MA, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director and Senior Health Policy Consultant for FUTURES Without Violence. Register for the webinar.

Title X Network Needs Assessment – Chance to Win $100

Take the 2022 Title X Network Needs Assessment Survey and enter for a chance to win $100! The purpose of this survey is to assess the clinical training needs of the Title X network and is open to clinical providers and/or staff with knowledge of clinical services at their Title X place of work. This survey will inform the NCTCFP’s future training and technical assistance. Learn more and take the survey

Early Bird Registration for the 2022 National Reproductive Health Conference 
August 9–12, 2022 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis

The NCTCFP is excited to announce the 10th Annual National Reproductive Health Conference (NRHC), the only national conference dedicated to Title X clinicians and reproductive health professionals! The conference will take place August 9–12 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis in San Francisco, CA, with in-person and virtual options available. Early-bird registration pricing ends July 15th—register now to secure your space!

Upcoming Drop In Active Learning Session (DIALS)

Join NCTCFP for two June Drop In Active Learning Sessions (DIALS)! DIALS are virtual educational activities developed for health professionals to connect with each other and subject matter experts on topics impacting the field. Register for an upcoming DIALS.

  • Family Planning and the Prevention of Congenital Syphilis—Tuesday, June 21st at 1pm CT/2pm ET
  • Phexxi® Vaginal Contraceptive Gel—Thursday, June 23rd at 12pm CT/1pm ET

Survey Opportunity for Providers in Your Network

The NCTCFP, Jennifer Karlin, MD, PhD and colleagues at the University of California, Davis are conducting a qualitative study that aims to learn more about how people who work in clinical care think about the injectable contraception depo medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA). To participate, you must be either a pharmacist or health care provider who prescribes or administers contraception. Eligible participants can take a 15-minute survey and be entered for a chance to win one of five $250 Visa gift cards.
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