New opportunity with the Adolescent Health Initiative: ‘Power Meeting: LARC Access’
Young people interested in pregnancy prevention need access to all forms of contraception so they can choose and use the method that’s right for them. However, many health centers find it challenging to offer Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) to adolescent patients without having to schedule a follow-up appointment or refer them to another clinic.
For a limited time, the Power Meeting: LARC Access, an interactive, web-based tool, is available during the pilot phase at no cost for sites that are willing to provide feedback.
To learn more about the tool and how to be a pilot site, click here.