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Long-Acting Reversible Contraception: Overview and helpful hints for the novice - Webinar 1 Members login for free access About RACGP online events


Type: On-demand
Recorded: 7 Mar 2022


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Long-Acting Reversible Contraception: Overview and helpful hints for the novice - Webinar 1

On-demand recorded 7 Mar 2022

Preventing unintended pregnancy is an important public health imperative and a key focus of Australia’s National Women’s Health Strategy 2020-2030 (NWHS) (Australian Government Department of Health, 2018). One-third of Australian women experience an unintended pregnancy, with rates of unintended pregnancy disproportionately higher among the socio-demographically disadvantages and those living in rural areas.
Long-Acting and Reversible Contraception (LARC) is effective at preventing a pregnancy but uptake in Australia is low.

The first webinar in the AusCAPPS webinar series will look at LARC (Long-Acting Reversible Contraception) – what is available, barriers, efficacy, and safety of LARC methods. It will also examine techniques of LARC insertion and removal procedures.

Learning outcomes

  1. Identify what methods of LARC are available
  2. Identify the barriers, facilitators, efficacy, and safety of LARC methods
  3. Examine recommended techniques of LARC insertion and removal procedures
This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event attracts 2 CPD points

This event is part of AusCAPPS webinar series. Events in this series are:


Dr Amy Moten
General Practitioner

Dr Amy Moten is the Coordinator: Medical Education at SHINE SA where she provides clinical education to doctors, registered nurses and midwives and other health professionals in South Australia. She also works as a GP with a special interest in sexual and reproductive health care and is currently chair of the RACGP Specific Interest Group in Sexual Health Medicine.


Kodie Alderton
Practice Nurse

Kodie worked in an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identified General Practice where she realised her passion for women's health and upskilled to provide services specific to this population. She divides her work time between Family Planning NSW and as CNS at HNE Sexual Health Clinic

Dr Lisa Brown

Lisa is a GP at Thirroul Medical Practice in the Wollongong area. Her passion and focus now is on women's sexual and reproductive health, providing affordable and easily accessible medical terminations, IUD insertions and contraceptive advice in a primary care setting.



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