Training Calendar

Upcoming Events

May 19, 2020
2020 Bureau of Women, Infant and Adolescent Health (BWIAH) Provider Meeting

On May 19th & 20th, 2020 the NYS Department of Health BWIAH Provider Meeting will take place at The Desmond Hotel, located at 660 Albany Shaker Road in Albany.

February 06, 2020
Improving Health Literacy for Family Planning Patients and Providers Webinar

In this one-hour webinar, Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi, Assistant Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine, will help participants consider how health literacy and numeracy factors into verbal communication (e.g., explaining procedures, options available, next steps) and apply plain language principles to creating and selecting written materials that are accessible to all patients.

Previous Events

November 12, 2019
Findings from the Adolescent Sexual Health Research Project: Webinar for Family Planning Providers

In this webinar, we presented findings from a study by ACT for Youth which worked with providers from across DOH initiatives to ask adolescents, young adults, and health care professionals, on where New York State’s adolescents and young adults getting their sexual and reproductive health care.

October 22, 2019
The Bronx Regional Workshop on Mitigating Unconscious Bias in Healthcare: A Workshop for Clinical Providers

The New York State Family Planning Training Center hosted regional, in-person workshops for staff who provide clinical services at Family Planning Program (FPP) provider organizations. Participants in the workshop strengthened and advanced their capacity and skills talking about race, mitigating bias, and implementing strategies that advance health equity.

October 21, 2019
Queens Regional Workshop on Mitigating Unconscious Bias in Healthcare: A Workshop for Clinical Providers

The New York State Family Planning Training Center hosted regional, in-person workshops for staff who provide clinical services at Family Planning Program (FPP) provider organizations. Participants in the workshop strengthened and advanced their capacity and skills talking about race, mitigating bias, and implementing strategies that advance health equity.