Kimberly Windstar, MEd, ND and Lisa Taulbee, ND will discuss the different types of hormonal contraception as well as their effectiveness, MOA, non-contraceptive health benefits, risks (major and minor side effects), absolute and relative contraindications, drug interactions, and nutritional impact.
Kells Brew Pub
210 NW 21st
Portland, Oregon 97209
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* Please make note that the venue has changed to:
Kells BREW PUB at 210 NW 21st Ave. Portland OR 97209 and is NOT at
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How To Talk to Your Patients About The Transition to Coordinated Care Organizations
Member Meeting CE Presentation
Hormonal Contraception: The Basics
(available via live webinar: http://ncnm.adobeconnect.com/contraception)
Windstar, MEd, ND and
will discuss the different types of hormonal contraception as well as their effectiveness, MOA, non-contraceptive health
benefits, risks (major and minor side effects), absolute and relative
contraindications, drug interactions, and nutritional impact.
The presentation will cover:
Combination Oral Contraception Options
- Oral Contraceptives
in Older Women
Contraception (if time allows at the end)
2 hours CE approved.
This event will be available via live webinar (you'll get access code after registration), but we encourage you to come in person, network, enjoy a complimentary drink, and stay in touch!
Windstar, MEd, ND
Windstar, MEd, ND graduated from NCNM in 1991 and received a master’s degree in
education from California State College in 1982. She maintained a private practice in
Portland, Oregon for 12 years before incorporating it completely at NCNM’s
teaching clinic as mentor shifts to educate student clinicians. She began teaching at NCNM in 1996 and is
currently an associate professor teaching multiple courses including gynecology
and two advanced gynecology courses. In
2000 she began co-teaching an advanced gynecology seminar series for physicians
and medical students. In 2005, she
developed a residency position for graduates interested in women’s health,
advanced gynecology, female endocrinology, and colposcopy. She is the lead author for the Women’s
Medicine Chapter of the Foundations Project.
She published a case-based paper, An Alternative Treatment for Cervical
Intraepithelial Neoplasia Grade II/III to Integrative Cancer Therapies in June
2009 and has been published in NDNR 2011 with an article on a cervical
dysplasia case. She has taken on the
position of Chief Medical Officer for NCNM Clinics as of July 2011. She lives in Milwaukie, Oregon with her
husband, Mike and three dogs, Baxter, Muffin, and Josh.
Lisa Taubee, ND
Dr. Lisa Taulbee is a naturopathic physician and earned her
Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine in 2010 from NCNM, graduating with Highest
Honors and Honors in Research. During her time as a student, Dr. Taulbee
completed a two-year internship focused on women’s health. Additionally, she
spent time in India studying HIV and its impact on public health. She has been
a member of the AANP since 2006. After graduating from Indiana University in
1999 with a Bachelor’s of Science in biology, she moved to Portland and became
the Director of Research at Westover Heights Clinic. Her time at the clinic
instilled in her a passion for medicine and for working with under-served
populations. Dr. Taulbee is currently in her second year of residency at NCNM
with a special focus on both women’s health and primary care. She is receiving
extensive training in colposcopy and management of cervical dysplasia. Dr.
Taulbee has a special interest in gynecology, sexual health and endocrinology.