Using the principles of explicit consent to give patients better care
Shop TalkU=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable)
Talking with your patients with HIV about their transmission risk
SHOPTALKStarting birth control after using ‘ella’ for EC
Here’s what you need to know to help your patients balance risks and uncertainties related to starting hormonal birth control after ella.
The FDA has extended approval of LILETTA IUDs for up to 5 years of use, research shows they are safe and effective for up to 7 years.
You may have your doubts about FAM, but what if your patients want to use it?
Experts weigh in on how many women would use IUDs and implants in the absence of barriers.
Sex, contraception, pregnancy, fear… Here’s what health care providers can do for their patients.
Our patients shouldn’t have to be perfect to protect themselves from accidental pregnancy.
Being warm and listening to patients can have a big impact.
We can only listen when we create a space for the patient to speak. Your patient is the expert on her life and needs.
Contrary to popular belief, ibuprofen does NOT work.
Here's how to be part of the solution when it comes to the health disparities LGBTQ people face.
Submit or update information about your clinic listing on Bedsider.org.
Here’s what you and your patients should know about these two (very similar) hormonal IUDs.
IUDs, STIs, and PID: What’s the deal? (Reposted from Bedsider.org)
Contrary to popular myth, modern IUDs don't cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).
Add your name and the pharmacies where you work so we can help customers find you.
Let’s take these steps to ensure that patients of color and poor patients achieve true reproductive health equity within our generation.
Learn more about Bedsider's Method Explorer.
Have a patient who's uncomfortable notifying partners about a positive STI diagnosis? These online resources can help.
In 2014, we initiated a professional, independent, random assignment evaluation of Bedsider.
COCs or POPs? Here are some things to consider when helping a patient pick a pill.