Webinars 

Want to learn more about ways that you can make a difference for Texas teens? The Texas Campaign will begin offering quarterly webinars around a variety of topics related to teen birth, adolescent health, advocacy, research, and other issues. To keep up to date on our webinar offerings, join our mailing list join our mailing list.

Webinar: Teens and Birth Control

Speakers: Salina Mostajabian, MD, Adolescent Health Physician at People’s Community Clinic and Therin Geeslin, Health Education Supervisor at People’s Community Clinic

Date/Time: Wednesday, May 29, 10-11 am (CST)

The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is an approved provider of continuing education credits by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners, provider #6838. Webinar participants can earn 1.0 hours of CEs for participating in this webinar. A post-webinar evaluation is required.

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The teen pregnancy rate has decreased dramatically both in Texas and nationwide in the last decade, and researchers attribute much of the decline to improved use of birth control among adolescents. This webinar will outline reproductive services available to adolescents, including evidence-based family planning methods and standards of care. It will cover common misconceptions associated with birth control, outline state and federal funding streams for contraception, and explore barriers to accessing reproductive care for young women.

The webinar is geared towards clinicians, health educators, and youth-serving professionals such as social workers, counselors, and caseworkers who may need to refer teens to care.

Previous Webinars

Webinar: Sexuality Education and People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD)

On March 28, 2019, the Texas Campaign hosted a webinar featuring Dr. Nick Winges-Yanez and Dr. Karen Rayne who shared their expertise around IDD and sexuality. 

To download a pdf of the slides used in the webinar, click here.

Policy Webinar

On January 10, 2019, the Texas Campaign hosted a webinar outlining our work for the upcoming legislative session. Policy priorities will center on fiscally sound ways to ensure that young people in Texas have access to the information and health care needed to prevent unintended pregnancy.

Texas Campaign Policy Webinar Jan 2018To download a PDF of the slides used in the webinar, click here.

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