WISCONSIN ALLIANCE FOR WOMENS HEALTH wrote -
The Wisconsin Adolescent Health Care Communication Program (WAHCCP) is an intervention designed to bridge the communication gap between adolescents and their health care providers. Recognizing that teens themselves are the population best equipped to offer providers accurate, authentic advice and insight about adolescent concerns and preferences, this innovative program allows providers the opportunity to gain privileged access to this unique population. At the same time, the program works to empower teens to utilize providers as valuable and trusted resources by harnessing the power of peer education.
The ultimate goal of this program is to improve communication between providers and adolescent patients, and therefore, improve the delivery of sexual and reproductive health care to all young people in our community.
Your donation will help us bring our workshop to provider groups and peers around Wisconsin!