Upcoming Webinars

PICCK creates free, informative webinars for CME credit led by fellowship trained clinical trainers. Register for our upcoming events below!

The Intersection Between Family Planning and Mental Health

January 26, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Presented by Meg Lawley, MD MPH

Contraception During Cancer Care

February 17, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Presented by Sarah Lindsay, MD MS

The Critical Role of Contraceptive Prescribers in Pregnancy Options Counseling and Abortion Referrals

March 22, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Presented by Debbie Stulberg, MD, Kristie Monast, MSEd, and Elizabeth Janiak, ScD

Gynecologic Care of Patients with Disabilities: Reflections on Family Planning Services

April 12, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Presented by Cassing Hammond, MD

Contraception During Perimenopause

May 26, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Presented by Mike Thomas, MD

Tools for Patient-Centered Contraceptive Counseling

June 28, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Presented by Katharine White, MD MPH and Natasha Lerner, DrPH(c) MPA

Archived Webinars

If you missed one of our webinars, you can still view them below for CME credit.

What’s New in Contraception 2020 – This webinar will cover the latest in contraception–learn about the newest birth control methods coming to market, how long patients can safely use LARC methods, and what new methods are currently under study. Originally aired on 2/13/2020

Contraception in the Time of COVID-19 – The global outbreak of COVID-19 raises many challenges and questions for clinicians on how to provide safe, quality, and equitable contraceptive care. Join PICCK for a discussion of the major concerns and considerations for providing sexual and reproductive healthcare during this time. Originally aired on 4/2/2020, this webinar is not CME credit bearing

How to Make EC EZ – for Your Patients and Your Practice – Learn about the latest developments in emergency contraception, since Plan B became available over the counter, and how they affect your patients and your practice. Originally aired on 5/21/2020, updated on 7/22/2021

Get Paid For Your Work: Guidance on LARC Billing – Providers and practices face challenges getting fully reimbursed for long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) services and devices. Learn about best practices for LARC coding and billing and what to do when you face a denied claim or low reimbursement rate. Successful LARC billing leads to more accessible services and better outcomes for patients. Originally aired on 6/2/2020

Adapting to the New Normal: Contraceptive Care Services in the Next Phase of COVID-19 – PICCK and Upstream USA will co-host a webinar in which clinicians and administrators will receive guidance and resources on how to deliver contraceptive care during the next phase of COVID-19. The speakers will give considerations for primary care and OB/GYN clinics around administrative support, pharmacy, billing, continued telemedicine, counseling provision, and accessing a full range of contraceptive methods. We will also discuss opportunities for quality improvement during this transition. Originally aired on 6/9/2020, this webinar is not CME credit bearing

Expanding LARC Services: How to Initiate Postpartum IUD – Learn about how to initiate postpartum IUD services at your hospital, and the recommended best practices for post-placental IUD insertion. Originally aired on 9/10/2020

BC ASAP – Same Day Access to Contraception – Contraception can be hard to access, even for patients who know what they want. Learn how to offer same-day LARC devices without blowing up your patient schedule or decimating your reimbursement! Originally aired on 10/07/2020

Postpartum Contraception and Lactation – Learn about the available options for your patients in the postpartum period and debunk common myths about contraception and lactation. Originally aired on 11/10/2020

Implicit Bias Training in Healthcare Part 1PICCK is hosting a two-part training series on implicit bias in the healthcare setting in partnership with She+ Geeks Out for CME credit. The first training session will be held virtually on December 8, 2020. The second training session will be held virtually on January 26, 2021. Originally aired on 12/08/2020

Implicit Bias Training in Healthcare Part 2PICCK is hosting a two-part training series on implicit bias in the healthcare setting in partnership with She+ Geeks Out for CME credit. The first training session was held virtually on December 8, 2020. The second training session will be held virtually on January 26, 2021. Originally aired on 1/26/2021

Age Matters: A Developmental Approach to Contraceptive Counseling for Adolescents – This webinar will use an adolescent medicine lens to look at providing contraceptive care to adolescents, through case studies and developmentally-appropriate approaches to initiating conversations about contraception. We will also consider elements that are of particular importance when it comes to adolescent contraceptive care: minor confidentiality and social networks. Originally aired on 2/11/2021

Contraceptive Conundrums – This webinar will discuss common contraceptive dilemmas, We will use a series of case studies to explore how providers and patients can navigate method conundrums, conflicting values, and efficacy questions from a patient-centered, shared decision-making lens. Originally aired on 3/16/2021

Contraception in the Biden-Harris Administration – This webinar will provide an overview of the current federal legal and policy landscape concerning reproductive health, rights, and justice. We will focus particularly on the ongoing legal and policy advocacy efforts to ensure nationwide access to quality and affordable contraception services, as well as what to expect from the Biden-Harris administration on these issues. Originally aired on 4/14/2021

Beyond LARC: Putting People and Equity at the Center of Contraceptive Access Effort – In this session, we will describe how social and structural determinants of health impact access to high quality contraceptive information and services and create inequities that should be the focus of contraceptive access efforts. We will present the Person-Centered Contraceptive Care (PCCC) Framework, a tool for considering potential solutions to promote equitable contraceptive access and care. Originally aired on 5/12/2021

Promoting Quality and Equity to Make Birth Safer for All: A PQC Story – Rising rates of severe maternal morbidity and maternal mortality in the US are alarming.  Stark racial disparities exist and persist.  In partnership with clinical providers, public health professionals, and families, the perinatal quality collaborative (PQC) for Massachusetts is working to eliminate preventable maternal morbidity/mortality and the racial difference. PQCs are uniquely positioned to promote data-driven, quality improvement through an equity lens to make birth safer for all. Originally aired 6/3/2021

What’s New in Contraception 2021 – This webinar will cover the latest in contraception – learn about the newest birth control methods that have entered the market, hormonal IUD as emergency contraception, DEPO-subQ PROVERA-104 self-injection (medroxyprogesterone acetate), remote medical abortion, new ways of accessing contraception, and more. Originally aired 9/29/2021

What Do Patients Want? Pregnancy Intention and Contraceptive Needs Assessment – Pregnancy intention and contraceptive needs assessments are promoted as a way to improve contraceptive access, but how can you actually implement this screening? Join us for a review of four universal screeners and learn how you can use the PICCK toolkit to select the screener right for your practice. Originally aired 10/20/2021 

Substance Use Disorder and Family Planning CareSubstance use, misuse, and abuse is prevalent among patients seeking family planning care, yet providers may feel unprepared in caring for this patient population. This webinar will explore the intersection of substance use disorder (SUD) and contraceptive family planning care, including discussions about stigma and history. We will provide a fundamental introduction to understanding both addiction and evidence based treatment, and review evidence and recommendations for contraception safety. Clinical cases will explore how reproductive health providers can effectively advocate and care for patients with SUD. Originally aired 11/18/2021

Contraception and Seizure Disorders – The Institute of Medicine estimates over one million people in the U.S. with reproductive capacity have epilepsy. People with seizure disorders face unique concerns related to their reproductive health. Join us for a discussion of the considerations for contraceptive and preconception counseling with patients who have seizure disorder. Originally aired 12/7/2021