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Sexual Health Matters - Clinical
24 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
STI’s in Pregnancy: implications and the importance of testing
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are a real concern during pregnancy and can have serious consequences for the foetus and neonate. In this podcast Sexual Health Physician Dr Carole Khaw talks with RN/RM Pauline Cassar about the importance of screening during the antenatal period, the adverse impact of untreated STIs during pregnancy on maternal and neonatal outcomes and the vital role of health professionals. Well worth a listen to update or refresh your knowledge on this important topic.ResourcesSTI guidelines | SA HealthAustralian STI Management GuidelinesSA GP Obstetric Shared Care ProtocolsSA Perinatal Practice Guidelines | SA HealthClinical Management Guidelines – NSW STIPUSHINE SA Sexual Healthline - phone advice for clinicians and community
21 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Discussing Contraception with Aboriginal Women Using a Trauma Informed Approach
This podcast explores the history of trauma, reproductive coercion and contraception for Aboriginal people. The podcast provides recommendations for health professionals to move forward using a trauma informed approach. Listen to Dr. Kali Hayward an Aboriginal GP, and Aboriginal Educator Bianca Mark inform Carina Brown, a non-Aboriginal Midwife as they discuss past policies of forced sterilisation resulting in Aboriginal peoples’ mistrust of health services.
32 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
IUD Myth Busting
In this fact filled podcast for clinicians, Dr Amy Moten and Dr Jessica Floreani break down the myths and misconceptions surrounding IUDs, answering all the questions you have been dying to ask! With information on everything from the co-use of menstrual cups to IUD insertion tips, risks of infection, displacement and more, this podcast comprehensively covers the facts and makes it a must for your professional development.
12 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
Chlamydia - Get Talking
In this episode, Dr Amy Moten (GP and Coordinator of Medical Education) has a discussion with sexual health nurse Nikki Brandon. We delve into the importance of GPs regularly screening their patients for chlamydia while elaborating on the who, when, why and how.
18 minutes | May 21, 2020
Providing Contraception during COVID-19
Provision of contraception is an essential service and it is important to ensure that access is maintained during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr Amy Moten and Dr Jessica Floreani discuss the Importance of facilitating contraceptive consultations throughout the COVID-19 era and offer practical suggestions for utilising telehealth consultations. Guidance is given in regard to a variety of contraceptive methods including assessment and provision of the oral contraceptive pill, emergency contraception, and special COVID recommendations on extended use of long acting contraception (LARC). Join us for this insightful and informative conversation.
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