Wed, Feb 03 | Webinar

AFN Webinar - Moving Beyond the Myths & Misconceptions about Contraception

The Academy is excited to announce Guest Presenter Casandra Cashman for this special 90-minute AFN Webinar on February 3, 2021 at 12:00 PM EST! Geared toward forensic nurses, advanced practice providers and emergency department/healthcare providers. Advanced registration is required!
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 AFN Webinar - Moving Beyond the Myths & Misconceptions about Contraception

Time & Location

Feb 03, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EST
Webinar

About The Event

THE ACADEMY IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE GUEST PRESENTER CASANDRA CASHMAN FOR THIS SPECIAL 90-MINUTE AFN WEBINAR ON FEBRUARY 3, 2021 AT 12:00 PM EST! 

Join your colleagues and guest presenter Casandra Cashman, MD, FAAFP, as she discusses up to date evidence about varying forms of contraception, including the role of emergency contraception in sexual assault.  

Geared toward forensic nurses, advanced practice providers and emergency department/healthcare providers.

This Webinar is open to all AFN Members! Looking forward to seeing you there!

Don't miss your opportunity to:

  • Understand the various forms of available contraception and their efficacy rates.
  • Understand three options for emergency contraception, including when they can be used and how well they work.
  • Review the female anatomy and how it relates to contraception and sexual assault.

IMPORTANT 

You will need to register in advance for this Webinar.  

Webinar is scheduled for February 3, 2021 at 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EST).  Question and answer session will immediately follow.  

WEBINAR ACCESS INFORMATION WILL BE SENT TO YOUR EMAIL DIRECTLY FROM ZOOM ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR REGISTRATION! 

Any questions or concerns, please email afn@afnmail.org for further assistance.

AFN WEBINAR HOST - DR. CASANDRA CASHMAN

Dr. Cashman has served as the medical director of the Center of Hope Forensic Nursing Program at Community Health Network in Indianapolis, Indiana since 2017.  She is also the women's health faculty member at the Community East Family Medicine Residency Program.  The Center of Hope serves adolescent and adult survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and human trafficking.  Her other clinical interests include contraception, colposcopy, LEEP, miscarriage management, family planning, vulvar disease, maternal-child health, non-operative obstetrics, and reproductive health.

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