The process of shared decision-making (SDM) requires clinicians to set aside their personal biases or preferences for care, offer balanced information about all treatment options, and help patients’ navigate that information to arrive at their own decision. For learners striving … Continue reading
This interactive presentation is designed to help learners actively listen to patient contraceptive preferences and was built in partnership with Medical Students For Choice.
Slide Set from Video Lecture Presented by: Jody Steinauer, MD, MAS University of California, San Francisco Click to download Contraception (pdf)
Video Lecture Presented by: Jody Steinauer, MD, MAS University of California, San Francisco Click here to download this video lecture Lecture can be viewed with subtitles in Spanish or French. French translation was made possible by the Safe Abortion Action Fund … Continue reading
Think of a typical medical student or resident: mid to late twenties, a dedicated student with ambitious career plans, likely to be highly-motivated to avoid pregnancy until the opportune, pre-determined moment. These are not universal characteristics, and yet, as family … Continue reading
Recently, I had the opportunity engage in some family planning clinical work in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is in southern Africa, and is a country that has a complicated and fascinating history. Zimbabwe once was a prosperous country, known as the “breadbasket … Continue reading