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TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health.

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TeamPeds Talks is a podcast series from the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and features NAPNAP experts and stakeholders addressing key issues in pediatric health.

    S9 E12 Contraception: Focus on Parents

    S9 E12 Contraception: Focus on Parents

    Welcome to Protected: Adolescents & Contraception a TeamPeds Talks podcast series brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
    (NAPNAP).

    Access to contraception and reproductive care is an essential aspect of adolescent-friendly health care
    services and to preventing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and more — yet many teens face significant barriers. This podcast series is a call
    to action for pediatric focused clinicians who can contribute significantly to increasing access for this important aspect of adolescent health care. The
    focus of this series is to address multiple aspects of contraceptive care — from confidentiality to various available methods and provide clinical pearls
    to help improve access for adolescents regardless of setting.

    Each guest is most knowledgeable about the laws and policies of their own state and has brought this viewpoint
    into their conversation. It is important to maintain knowledge of your own local, state, and federal laws that relate to the provision of reproductive health services.

    Our host for this series is Alison Moriarty Daley, PHD, APRN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN, an adolescent clinician who has spent nearly 30 years providing reproductive care to teens within primary care settings and educating nurse practitioner students to care for this population. 

    The idea for this podcast series came from recent work on a collaborative project for NAPNAP that addressed
    reproductive access for adolescents.  We felt that this series could help provide education to other nurse practitioners to help remove existing barriers and improve clinical care in this area. 

    In this episode we will discuss Contraception: Focus on Parents with our guest Asma Taha, Ph.D., CPNP-PC/AC.

    This has been an exciting journey.
    Let’s talk about it!

    • 28 min
    S9 E11 New Clinician Perspective on Contraception

    S9 E11 New Clinician Perspective on Contraception

    Welcome to Protected: Adolescents & Contraception a TeamPeds Talks podcast series brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).

    Access to contraception and reproductive care is an essential aspect of adolescent-friendly health care services and to preventing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and more — yet many teens face significant barriers. This podcast series is a call to action for pediatric focused clinicians who can contribute significantly to increasing access for this important aspect of adolescent health care. The focus of this series is to address multiple aspects of contraceptive care — from confidentiality to various available methods and provide clinical pearls to help improve access for adolescents regardless of setting.

    Each guest is most knowledgeable about the laws and policies of their own state and has brought this viewpoint into their conversation. It is important to maintain knowledge of your own local, state, and federal laws that relate to the provision of reproductive health services.

    Our host for this series is Alison Moriarty Daley, PHD, APRN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN, an adolescent clinician who has spent nearly 30 years providing reproductive care to teens within primary care settings and educating nurse practitioner students to care for this population. 

    The idea for this podcast series came from recent work on a collaborative project for NAPNAP that addressed reproductive access for adolescents.  We felt that this series could help provide education to other nurse practitioners to help remove existing barriers and improve clinical care in this area. 

    In this episode our guest Ashley we will share her perspective on contraception as a new clinician.

    This has been an exciting journey.

    Let’s talk about it!

    • 25 min
    S9 E10 International Perspective on Contraception Part 2

    S9 E10 International Perspective on Contraception Part 2

    Welcome to Protected: Adolescents & Contraception a TeamPeds Talks podcast series brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).

    Access to contraception and reproductive care is an essential aspect of adolescent-friendly health care services and to preventing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and more — yet many teens face significant barriers. This podcast series is a call to action for pediatric focused clinicians who can contribute significantly to increasing access for this important aspect of adolescent health care. The focus of this series is to address multiple aspects of contraceptive care — from confidentiality to various available methods and provide clinical pearls to help improve access for adolescents regardless of setting.

    Each guest is most knowledgeable about the laws and policies of their own state and has brought this viewpoint into their conversation. It is important to maintain knowledge of your own local, state, and federal laws that relate to the provision of reproductive health services.

    Our host for this series is Alison Moriarty Daley, PHD, APRN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN, an adolescent clinician who has spent nearly 30 years providing reproductive care to teens within primary care settings and educating nurse practitioner students to care for this population. 

    The idea for this podcast series came from recent work on a collaborative project for NAPNAP that addressed reproductive access for adolescents.  We felt that this series could help provide education to other nurse practitioners to help remove existing barriers and improve clinical care in this area. 

    In this episode, guest Thelma Begley, PhD, an Assistant Professor in Children's Nursing at Trinity College
    in Ireland, shares the perspective towards contraceptives as seen by her country.

    This has been an exciting journey. Let’s talk about it!

    • 50 min
    S9 E9 International Perspective on Contraception Part 1

    S9 E9 International Perspective on Contraception Part 1

    Welcome to Protected: Adolescents & Contraception a TeamPeds Talks podcast series brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).

    Access to contraception and reproductive care is an essential aspect of adolescent-friendly health care services and to preventing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and more — yet many teens face significant barriers. This podcast series is a call to action for pediatric focused clinicians who can contribute significantly to increasing access for this important aspect of adolescent health care. The focus of this series is to address multiple aspects of contraceptive care — from confidentiality to various available methods and provide clinical pearls to help improve access for adolescents regardless of setting.

    Each guest is most knowledgeable about the laws and policies of their own state and has brought this viewpoint into their conversation. It is important to maintain knowledge of your own local, state, and federal laws that relate to the provision of reproductive health services.

    Our host for this series is Alison Moriarty Daley, PHD, APRN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN, an adolescent clinician who has spent nearly 30 years providing reproductive care to teens within primary care settings and educating nurse practitioner students to care for this population. 

    The idea for this podcast series came from recent work on a collaborative project for NAPNAP that addressed reproductive access for adolescents.  We felt that this series could help provide education to other nurse practitioners to help remove existing barriers and improve clinical care in this area. 

    In this episode, guest Melissa Hanses, a nurse practitioner in New Zealand, shares the perspective towards contraceptives as seen by her country.

    This has been an exciting journey. Let’s talk about it!

    • 27 min
    S9 E8 Prescription-free Access to Contraceptive Pills

    S9 E8 Prescription-free Access to Contraceptive Pills

    Welcome to Protected: Adolescents & Contraception a TeamPeds Talks podcast series brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).

    Access to contraception and reproductive care is an essential aspect of adolescent-friendly health care services and to preventing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and more — yet many teens face significant barriers. This podcast series is a call to action for pediatric focused clinicians who can contribute significantly to increasing access for this important aspect of adolescent health care. The focus of this series is to address multiple aspects of contraceptive care — from confidentiality to various available methods and provide clinical pearls to help improve access for adolescents regardless of setting.

    Each guest is most knowledgeable about the laws and policies of their own state and has brought this viewpoint into their conversation. It is important to maintain knowledge of your own local, state, and federal laws that relate to the provision of reproductive health services.

    Our host for this series is Alison Moriarty Daley, PHD, APRN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN, an adolescent clinician who has spent nearly 30 years providing reproductive care to teens within primary care settings and educating nurse practitioner students to care for this population. 

    The idea for this podcast series came from recent work on a collaborative project for NAPNAP that addressed reproductive access for adolescents.  We felt that this series could help provide education to other nurse practitioners to help remove existing barriers and improve clinical care in this area. 

    In this episode we will discuss Prescription-free Access to Contraceptive Pills with our guest Lin-Fan Wang, MD.
    The National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners does not endorse any product or service mentioned in TeamPeds Talks episodes. This podcast is not intended to replace medical advice and should be used to supplement, not replace, care by your nurse practitioner or health care provider.

    This has been an exciting journey. Let’s talk about it!

    • 30 min
    S9 E7 School-based Health Centers an Access Point for Contraception

    S9 E7 School-based Health Centers an Access Point for Contraception

    Welcome to Protected: Adolescents & Contraception a TeamPeds Talks podcast series brought to you by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
    (NAPNAP).

    Access to contraception and reproductive care is an essential aspect of adolescent-friendly health care
    services and to preventing teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and more — yet many teens face significant barriers. This podcast series is a call
    to action for pediatric focused clinicians who can contribute significantly to increasing access for this important aspect of adolescent health care. The
    focus of this series is to address multiple aspects of contraceptive care — from confidentiality to various available methods and provide clinical pearls
    to help improve access for adolescents regardless of setting.

    Each guest is most knowledgeable about the laws and policies of their own state and has brought this viewpoint
    into their conversation. It is important to maintain knowledge of your own local, state, and federal laws that relate to the provision of reproductive health services.

    Our host for this series is Alison Moriarty Daley, PHD, APRN, PPCNP-BC, FAAN, an adolescent clinician who has spent nearly 30 years providing reproductive care to teens within primary care settings and educating nurse practitioner students to care for this population. 

    The idea for this podcast series came from recent work on a collaborative project for NAPNAP that addressed
    reproductive access for adolescents.  We felt that this series could help provide education to other nurse practitioners to help remove existing barriers and improve clinical care in this area. 

    In this episode we will discuss School-based Health Centers an Access Point for Contraception with our guests Ranbir Bains, PhD, MSN, APRN, CPNP and Jennifer Hill, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC, PMHS.

    This has been an exciting journey.
    Let’s talk about it!

    • 38 min

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