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• Are you providing emergency contraception? Get listed on the Emergency Contraceptive Hotline (1-888-NOT-2-LATE) and the Emergency Contraception Web site (http://opr.princeton.edu/ ec/). The Hotline is completely automated and available 24 hours a day in English and Spanish. Callers can listen to pre-recorded information about emergency contraceptive methods available in the United States and receive the names, telephone numbers, city, and state of five provid ers located near them.
The same information is available through the Web site. A provider sign-up form can be downloaded from the Emergency Contraception Web site or received by writing to the Emergency Contracep tion Hotline, 21 Prospect Ave., Prince ton, NJ 08544-2091.
• Interested in developing collaborative practice agreements with pharmacists to expand ECP access? Explore the "EC Tools" page at the Seattle-based Program for Appro priate Technology Web site. All information presented at the workshop is available at the site: www.path.org/html/ec_tools.htm.
• Is your institution interested in hosting an "Emergency Contraception: Train the Trainer" visiting faculty lecture this year? Go to the Washington, DC-based Association of Repro ductive Health Professionals’ Web site to learn more about the program. The program is designed to provide accredited continuing medical education on emergency contraception to reproductive health and other primary care clinicians. The Web site also includes Power Point slides, which are updated continually to reflect the latest information. Web: www.arhp.org/ec/.
• Gauge understanding of emergency contraception with the "Sex and Sensibility IQ Test." It’s offered at the Web site for the Alexandria, VA-based American Medical Women’s Association. "Sex and Sensibility" is the Association’s public education campaign to increase understanding of emergency contraception’s role in comprehensive sexual health planning. The "IQ Test" is designed to help people assess their current knowledge and learn more about emergency contraception. Web: www.amwa-doc.org/ec.htm.