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- IUD Insertion Workshop
- February 19
Dr. Jenny Robinson will provide an overview of different types of IUDs and insertion techniques. Afterwards, there’s a chance to practice with demo devices and fake uteruses.
Pinkard 202 (location may change)
- Dr. Nicole Warren: "Caring For Women Affected by Female Genital Cutting"
- February 21
Nicole Warren, PhD, MPH, CNM , and Assistant Professor at the JHSON is our guest speaker. Dr. Warren’s academic work and research focuses on reproductive healthcare in low-resource settings and caring for women who have been affected by female genital cutting. For more information on Dr. Warren, see her profile on our website. We hope that you can join us!
Pinkard Room 10.
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