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Amy Beauchamp: Birth Control Presentation
North Country Perinatal Network
Purpose/goal: To increase knowledge about birth control, how it works, how to access it, and considerations when choosing a birth control method.
Intended audience: Middle School and High School Health Classes
Intended facilitator: CAPP Educator or Classroom Teacher
How to use: Post slides in Google Classroom or facilitate verbally with a screen share in Google Meets. Provide worksheet for students to complete and return.
Erica Agudelo: Talking Points on Hormonal Contraception
Purpose/goal: To eliminate the stigma behind birth control
Intended audience: Youth of childbearing age and teachers/administrators
Intended facilitator: Any health educator
How to use: This presentation is a guide or even a starting point for all educators to provide insights on beneficial aspects of contraceptives. This, in turn, helps get rid of the myth that birth control leads young women to engage in sex or that every young woman on birth control is sexually active. This will also help females make a decision that’s best for their body along with pregnancy prevention.
Amanda Ferrandino: Creating Interactive Activities Using Aha Slides
Cohen Children’s Medical Center, Northwell Health
Purpose/goal: How to use online platforms to create interactive virtual activities to discuss birth control
Intended audience: High school youth who have received basic information on birth control
Intended facilitator: CAPP/PREP educators
How to use: Live, virtually or in-person
Bianca Tamayo: Preconception Health Presentation
NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem