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Need guidance on counseling patients about the best methods of contraception for them, including members of marginalized communities? Check out our accredited educational activities: Webinar 1 and Webinar 2, and Clinical Minute 1 on Contraceptive Counseling for Trans Men, and Clinical Minute 2 on Provider Bias.

 

In a supplement to the Los Angeles Times, ARHP Board member Don Downing discusses the growing availability of prescription contraception directly from pharmacists, and makes the case for expanding this efficient, cost-saving service. 

 

The Hill news outlet interviewed ARHP Immediate Past Chair Justine Wu about the recent Supreme Court decision allowing fake abortion clinics to not inform patients about available abortion care: "When women walk into a clinic ... they assume they're getting medically accurate information about their medical options from a licensed providers. The so-called center are not doing that," Dr. Wu said.

 

Has your ARHP membership expired? Membership is only $95 annually, $55 for retirees and students. Renew NOW to continue to receive Contraception Journal - a $544 annual value - and other valuable benefits. Click HERE to learn more.

 

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ARHP member Alina Salganicoff, PhD, was a committee member, and ARHP Chair Amy Levi, CNM, WHNP-BC, PhD, FACNM, FAAN, and ARHP member Dan Grossman, MD, FACOG, were expert reviewers on the recently released National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine report, "The Safety and Quality of Abortion Care in the United States." This evidence-based, nonpartisan review is the first comprehensive look at abortion safety, access and care conducted in four decades. A website detailing the report's findings in easily-to-understand language is at bit.ly/AbortionIsSafe-ARHP


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