A comprehensive 46-slide PowerPoint
which focuses on reproductive health in adolescents, teens and young adults.
The first and second sections of the presentation focus on key teen pregnancy and STI infection rate statistics, in the United States, respectively, as published by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The third section introduces different contraceptive techniques organized into the following 4 categories:
- Barrier methods
- Chemical methods
- Timing methods
- Surgical methods
Next, each method of contraception is described and includes the following points of information:
- How it works
- What it can be used for
- Whether it offers protection against STIs
- Statistical effectiveness with normal use (expressed as # of pregnancies for every 100 proper uses).
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