Education & Training

 

The primary care physician is the first line of defense when it comes to cervical cancer screening,... Show more
The primary care physician is the first line of defense when it comes to cervical cancer screening, and the need for physicians to be alert to their patients’ screening schedules is growing as fewer patients see their OB/GYN regularly. In this edition of ReachMD’s Women's Health Update, Dr. Amy Clouse, Associate Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program at Abington-Jefferson Health, dives into the big questions, like what do we need to know about cervical cancer screening and how can we have a more active role in this testing? Provided by ReachMD
Dr. Edward Evantash, Medical Director and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Hologic,... Show more
Dr. Edward Evantash, Medical Director and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Hologic, provides an overview of how Hologic's commitment to partnering with clinicians and their breadth of offerings support patients across the continuum of care. Click to view Women's Health: The Holistic Approach (Video).
Benefits of Pap + HPV Together (Video)
The HER Program is a FREE online platform geared towards women’s health residency programs,... Show more
The HER Program is a FREE online platform geared towards women’s health residency programs, providing self-directed modules for residents & dynamic training tools & resources for educators. Visit the website to create a free login.
ThinPrep Pap Test Specimen Collection (Video)
The Clinical Connection provides online, evidence-based learning modules and an extensive... Show more
The Clinical Connection provides online, evidence-based learning modules and an extensive multimedia library on current and critical topics to expand your knowledge in women’s health. Learn more about The Clinical Connection by watching the video below and by visiting The Clinical Connection: Education for Advanced Practice Clinicians to register to join.  
Counseling Your HPV Positive Patients (Webinar) Dr. Audrey P. Garrett provides insight on why... Show more
Counseling Your HPV Positive Patients (Webinar) Dr. Audrey P. Garrett provides insight on why HPV testing is an integral part of cervical cancer screening, how to discuss the meaning of an HPV+ patient and how to reassure patients when returning them to routine screening intervals.
Developed with an esteemed APC Advisory Panel and Ob/Gyn Experts, The Clinical Connection provides... Show more
Developed with an esteemed APC Advisory Panel and Ob/Gyn Experts, The Clinical Connection provides online, evidence-based learning modules and an extensive multimedia library on current and critical topics to expand your knowledge in women’s health. The Clinical Connection offers: Free Access & Flexibility The Clinical Connection is a free educational resource. Modules are designed to be completed in less than an hour and can be accessed as needed to allow you to pick up where you left off. Interactive & In-Depth Learning Modules contain pre- and post-tests to measure your progress, patient cases to challenge your skills, and an extensive multimedia library for in-depth research. Current & Critical Topics Modules span important topics such as Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Surgical Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Preterm Labor Assessment, and more. Educator Training Tools Each module contains supplemental instructor materials, and a personalized dashboard shows individual student progress. Visit The Clinical Connection: Education for Advanced Practice Clinicians  website for more information and to register to join.
HPV Integration and mRNA Benefits (Video)
Cervical Disease and HPV (Video)
Hologic Interview with Dr. Mimi Secor on Cervical Cancer Screening (Video)
The Complementary Nature of Pap and High-Risk HPV Testing (Webinar)
Dr. Michael Gold discusses the importance of HPV 16 and 18 in the etiology of cervical cancer, the... Show more
Dr. Michael Gold discusses the importance of HPV 16 and 18 in the etiology of cervical cancer, the evidence for risk stratification with HPV 16 and 18, and the guidelines supporting genotyping use in practice. View the webinar below:
Anal Cytology - Who, why, how? (Webinar)
Improving Cervical Cytology Collection Techniques to Improve Accuracy (Webinar)