Featured Organization: New York Promoting & Advancing Teen Health (NYPATH)

New York Promoting & Advancing Teen Health (NYPATH) is an exciting New York State Department of Health funded initiative of the Heilbrunn Department of Population & Family Health, Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. NYPATH is designed for healthcare providers who serve adolescents in primary and specialty care settings throughout New York State.  The purpose of the project is to increase clinician capacity to provide high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare, and other preventive healthcare services to adolescents.  

Resources

  • Best Clinical Practice Tools provide evidence-based information and resources on a variety of topics specifically concerning adolescents, including confidentiality, contraception, and sexually transmitted infections.
  • Specific Resources for LGBTQ Adolescents help providers deliver optimal care to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning/Queer (LGBTQ) patients. 
  • CME certified trainings are available onsite and online for clinicians who provide primary or specialty care to adolescents.


Membership Options

Registered users gain access to training modules, newsletters and announcements, webinars, and discussions. Registration is free and easy. To register, click here.


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