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Thursday 22 February 2024
Webinar
Teenage pregnancies and the importance of LARC

TIME:

19:00 – 20:00

LOCATION:

Online

This webinar is intended for UK healthcare professionals only.
This webinar has been supported by Organon. Organon have had no involvement in, or influence over the content.
There will be a promotional video shown at the beginning of this webinar.

Dr Stephanie Cook and Dr Stephanie Lamb will discuss the prevalence of teenage pregnancy and explore the important role LARC can play in prevention.

According to ONS, 13.1 per 1,000 under-18s in England became pregnant in 2021.*  LARC has many benefits for this group.

The webinar will explore:

  • The health consequences of teenage pregnancies for mother and baby
  • The role of LARC as a contraceptive choice for adolescents
  • The barriers, challenges and considerations when counselling teenage girls in contraceptive options including LARC
  • The many benefits of LARC for this age group

*Teenage Pregnancy Data

Speakers

Dr Stephanie Cook
General Practitioner with a specialist interest in Women’s Health
Dr Stephanie Cook is a GP from Liverpool with a special interest in Women’s Health. Stephanie has been involved with the design, development & implementation of Primary Care Women’s Health Hubs across Liverpool and is the clinical lead for this service. The work in Liverpool has drawn significant interest at a national level and has provided material for the PCWHF: Women’s Health Hub Toolkit. Stephanie is passionate about improving access to services, reducing health inequalities and supporting training and education for other GPwSI Women’s Health.
Dr Stephanie Lamb
General Practitioner
Dr Stephanie Lamb is a GP partner in a group practice covering a diverse inner city population of 15,000 in Lambeth, South London and founder and Clinical Director of the Well Centre, a young person’s integrated health hub with primary care, health and wellbeing link workers and CAMHS. She has a special interest in developing accessible, young people friendly services in primary care and developing targeted services to more vulnerable groups of young people. She is Chair of the RCGP Adolescent Health Group.

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