Magnolia Project contraceptive video highlighted as creative adaptation

An innovative video created by the Magnolia Project to help familiarize participants with Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) methods has been recognized as a creative adaptation of material to best meet the needs of participants.

The Contraceptive CHOICE Project out of Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis used the Magnolia video as an example of how organizations are modifying CHOICE materials at the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals conference September 21. The video will also be featured on an upcoming addition to the CHOICE website that will host adaptations made by organizations.

The Magnolia Project utilized and adapted contraceptive counseling materials developed by the CHOICE Project. Each contraceptive counseling session is delivered through a repetitive learning process. As a starting point in marketing LARC at Magnolia, the Magnolia Project developed a contraceptive counseling video modeled after the Choice Project.