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ARSHEP Case Videos

Case Video 1: Annual Visit, Abuse at Home 

In these two videos, a clinic visit for a suspected urinary tract infection reveals more serious concerns.

Video 1A

Video 1B

Case Video 2: Caring for a Young Person with a Chronic Condition  

These two videos demonstrate how to initiate conversations around sexual health with patients receiving ongoing care for chronic health conditions.

Video 2A

Video 2B

Case Video 3: Asking a Parent to Step Out

These videos demonstrate how to ask parents to step out of the exam room to allow teens to talk privately with their clinician.

Video 3

Case Video 4: Requesting Birth Control, Young Adolescent 

In these two videos, a provider counsels a young teen about birth control and healthy sexual relationships.

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Video 4B

Case Video 5: Coming Out

In these two scenarios, a long-time patient comes into the clinic with stomach issues but is also struggling with his sexuality.

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Video 5B


Case Video 6: Sexual History Taking and Gender 

These two videos highlight the experience of a transgender patient visiting a new primary care provider for care unrelated to his gender identity.

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Video 6B


Case Video 7: Sports Physical and Sexual History 

These two scenes demonstrate how a typical sports physical is also an opportunity to discuss sexual health.

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Case Video 8: Male Adolescent Reproductive Health 

These two videos present essential discussions to have with young men and reveal an opportunity for practicing culturally competent care.

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Video 8B


Case Video 9: Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

These scenarios demonstrate a conversation about long-acting contraception and the importance of shared decision-making. 

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Video 9B


Case Video 10: Drop-in Visit for Emergency Contraception 

These videos demonstrate repeated requests for emergency contraception and highlight that a patient’s sexual orientation doesn’t determine their sexual behavior or risks.

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Case Video 11: Annual Visit, Sexually Transmitted Infections 

These two scenes focus on a patient in a long-term relationship, not currently using condoms, who suspects a sexually transmitted infection.

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Video 11B


Case Video 12: STI Screening 

In this scenario, the provider discusses STI screening options with a patient whose girlfriend has asked that he get tested before they have sex.

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Case Video 13: Discomfort Wearing Condoms 

A suspected sexually transmitted infection leads this provider to discuss why patients should consistently use condoms. Both scenarios demonstrate how providers can facilitate condom use.

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Case Video 14: Unintended Pregnancy 

In these two videos, a visit for flu-like symptoms leads a provider to discuss pregnancy options and offer referrals for support. 

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Case Video 15: Hoping for a Positive Pregnancy Test 

In these scenes, a patient seeks pregnancy and the provider has an opportunity to offer information and support. This scenario illustrates the importance of creating an environment for healthy decision-making, promoting youth agency, and recognizing autonomy as a first step in patient-centered care.

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