Abortion and contraception education & training

ImplanonNXT insertion diagram

Providing safe, timely and accessible abortion and contraception services is fundamental to women’s sexual and reproductive healthcare and a basic human right

The Royal Women’s Hospital is an established provider of abortion and contraception services and provides training and information to practitioners in the primary and secondary sectors.

Sexual & Reproductive Health Clinical Champion Network

The Clinical Champion Network is a state-wide program that aims to improve access to safe and effective medical and surgical abortion and long acting contraception care by increasing training and capacity within outer metro, regional hospitals and primary healthcare.

The network has the flexibility to respond to the needs of individual health practitioners and organisations through support, advice and mentoring.

The Clinical Champion Network can:

  • Distribute evidence-based protocols and clinical tools to support best practice abortion and contraception care
  • Deliver Implanon NXT® practical training
  • Facilitate access to training opportunities at the IUD insertion clinic at the Women’s to eligible clinicians
  • Provide secondary consultation on clinical management of abortion and LARC
  • Support and advise on organisational level change strategies to enable provision of abortion and LARC direct service in primary care and publically-funded hospitals.
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