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January 2018 Monthly News Review email and Sources

For the full Monthly email, click here Academic Contraceptive Use over Five Years After Receipt Or Denial of Abortion Services, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 12 Jan 2018 Modern Contraceptive Use Increasing in...

News Review – 26 January 2018

Research and Reference Engaging Men and Boys in Family Planning: A Strategic Planning Guide, Family Planning HIP, 25 Jan 2018 Integrating Family Planning Into Postpartum Care: Long-Acting Reversible Contraception, MHTF, 25 Jan 2018 Quasi-experimental...

News Review – 12 January 2018 – Individual Action for Change

Individual Action for Change Two studies show the importance of reaching individuals with information and counseling. From the Guttmacher Institute: “Post-abortion contraception counseling has the potential to help non-users [of contraception] find methods that...

News Review – 5 January 2018

The Value of Family Planning The UK Department for International Development (DFID) issued a tidy summary of the value of money spent on family planning: £225 million through 2022, “will every year help save...

News Review – 22 December 2017

Contraception Communication Trained and sensitized health care workers are essential to providing contraception to satisfy the needs of their various constituents. An interesting study in Global Health: Science and Practice looked at post-abortion contraception...

News Review – 15 December 2017

Capacity-building A core principle of CIRHT’s work is increasing capacity for doctors, nurses, and midwives to provide compassionate, comprehensive family planning services to women and girls, including contraception and abortion care. The CIRHT focus...

News Review – 8 December 2017

          FP2020 5-year Anniversary FP2020 marked its fifth anniversary with a bold “Way Ahead” recommitment to its mission: “We believe that every woman and girl must be empowered to shape...

News Review – 1 December 2017

AIDS, Family Planning and Reproductive Justice International AIDS Day on December 1st gave an opportunity to explore the link between access to family planning services and combatting HIV, which can both be related to...

News Review – 24 November 2017

  Family planning imperatives Simply put, “when a woman can control when she has children, she can control her future.” One article calls affordable maternity care and birth control “the foundation of a family’s...

News Review – 17 November 2017

#ThanksBirthControl Day There is so much for which to thank birth control, which came out in articles and social media on November 15. A study by the University of Michigan Institute of Healthcare Policy...

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