Clinical Training Center for Family Planning
The Clinical Training Center for Family Planning (CTCFP) provides training for clinical family planning preceptors. Clinical family planning preceptors ensure that direct-care providers in Title X settings apply the most current knowledge and skills necessary for effective delivery of high-quality family-planning services. The CTCFP training covers a broad spectrum of family planning topics and will reflect issues relevant to a diverse patient population. The training is presented in a clinical instructional setting and offers evidence-based real-world experiences including practice with human patients and patient simulators.
Family-planning preceptors are identified practitioners experienced in family-planning care who provide individualized transitional role support and learning opportunities for less experienced and new practitioners.
CTCFP is looking for nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, physician assistants, Doctors of Medicine and Doctors of Osteopathy with significant experience in clinical family planning, motivation to enhance personal skills, enthusiasm toward improving client care, desire to precept other clinical health care providers, and the support of employing agency/supervisor to participate.
For more information and preceptor training dates, please visit our website.