Schedule at a glance 

[ Pre-conference ] [ Friday, October 1 ] [ Saturday, October 2 ] [ On-demand ] [ Poster list 2021 ]

Pre-conference skills building workshops and community events

Monday, September 20

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11:00 am

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

Shifting abortion public opinion: Evidence-based communication workshop

180 minutes

Doctors who provide abortion care can shift abortion public opinion by speaking from their caregiver identities and avoiding punditry. This interactive workshop teaches evidence-based messaging strategies. It requires advance-viewing of a two hour webinar and a three hour pre-conference session. While our research was based in physician voices, all are welcome.

Tuesday, September 21

11:00 am

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

Cultivating diversity, equity, and inclusion into your practice

180 minutes

This interactive, practice based session is an opportunity for participants to tune up their DEI skills and practices that can be integrated into regular practice. This workshop is basic enough for someone new to DEI and interactive enough for advanced DEI practitioners to assess themselves and continue practicing key skills. Open to participants of all identities.

4:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm

Fellowship community gathering

60 minutes

During this session, Fellowship graduates will share a recent accomplishment, success story, or contribution to the field that others may not know about; it could be related to research, clinical care, advocacy, education, or something else! Afterwards, Fellowship community members will be placed into breakout rooms with their Fellowship cohorts. Cohorts will have the opportunity to engage in a free flowing discussion to catch up with colleagues.

Invitation only

Wednesday, September 22

11:30 am

12:30 pm

1:30 pm

2:30 pm

Facilitating family planning professionalism workshops for healthcare providers: a train-the-trainer session

90 minutes

Clinicians often lack the skills needed to facilitate workshops in which learners discuss negative emotions toward patients seeking family planning care. This virtual workshop reviews best practices for creating a welcoming space and for facilitating challenging discussions so that learners may learn strategies to provide high-quality care to future patients.

2:00 pm

3:00 pm

4:00 pm

5:00 pm

Community care and restoration workshop

Healing by Choice!
60 minutes

Join us for a community care and restoration workshop open to scholars and attendees who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color. Attendees will have the opportunity to reset and connect with time focused on re-centering their work, meet new colleagues, and ground their intentions. This session includes self-selected breakout rooms featuring different practices and modalities, a virtual self-care table for practicing healing in community, group relaxation exercises, and more. This session is hosted by Healing by Choice!, a collaboration of women and gender non-conforming people of color health and healing practitioners based in Detroit.

Thursday, September 23

11:30 am

12:30 pm

1:30 pm

2:30 pm

Maternal-Fetal Medicine consult: MFM topics relevant to Complex Family Planning providers

90 minutes

Although the ultrasound diagnosis of placenta accreta spectrum and ultrasound guided invasive procedures are considered part of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, these topics are also relevant to Complex Family Planning providers. This presentation will review both topics and include suggestions on how to incorporate these skills into a Family Planning practice.

3:00 pm

4:00 pm

5:00 pm

6:00 pm

Complex Family Planning (CFP) fellows' research spotlight

60 minutes

Come to this session to hear the top four oral abstracts from the Class of 2021 Complex Family Planning Fellowship graduates.

  • The feasibility of text message follow-up after medication abortion
  • Addition of buprenorphine to paracervical block prior to osmotic dilator insertion for dilation and evacuation: a randomized controlled trial
  • "From the intersection of family planning care and intimate partner violence: a multi-tiered approach to reproductive coercion scale enhancement"
  • "“It was like a friend texting me…” Exploring patient experiences using the Carafem mobile platform."

Monday, September 27

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

3:00 pm

First-time attendee and new member community gathering

50 minutes

We invite first-time attendees of the Annual Meeting and members new to the Society of Family Planning to join us for this interactive community gathering. This session is designed to open the door for sustained social and professional interaction throughout the Annual Meeting, and to help first time attendees identify future collaborators and like-minded colleagues. Participants will be asked to participate in breakout rooms for small group conversations and are invited to join on or off-camera in this informal setting.

3:00 pm

4:00 pm

5:00 pm

6:00 pm

Poster reception 

60 minutes

Join us for a networking reception showcasing the 2021 scientific posters accepted to the Annual Meeting. Attendees will have the opportunity to browse posters in small groups with guided tours from key family planning leaders and live chat with presenters.

Tuesday, September 28

2:30 pm

3:30 pm

4:30 pm

5:30 pm

Leadership opportunities at the Society of Family Planning

50 minutes

Are you interested in shaping the Society of Family Planning? This session features members of the Society of Family Planning’s Board of Directors who will share their perspectives on Board service and career development, give insight to the specific work of the Society Board, and connect with attendees who may be interested in serving on the Board or select Committees. This webinar is moderated by the Society’s Executive Director and will include a question and answer section with all Society Board members.

4:30 pm

5:30 pm

6:30 pm

7:30 pm

Complex Family Planning (CFP) Fellowship information session

60 minutes

The Complex Family Planning Fellowship creates obstetrician-gynecologist leaders in abortion and contraception through training in clinical care, research, and education. This session aims to highlight the scope and depth of the Complex Family Planning Fellowship, and to answer questions from potential applicants, featuring Fellowship graduates from around the country.

Wednesday, September 29

3:00 pm

4:00 pm

5:00 pm

6:00 pm

Find your Society niche: Special Interest Group meet and greet 

90 minutes

Join Society of Family Planning Special Interest Group (SIG) chairs and members to learn more about SIGs, their current initiatives, and ways to get involved. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet colleagues who share professional interests in self-selected breakout rooms led by SIG chairs, and to learn more about how SIG involvement can help facilitate opportunities for career development and involvement with important contributions to the field of family planning.

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Friday, October 1

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Plenary

8:00 am

9:00 am

10:00 am

11:00 am

President’s welcome

30 minutes

8:30 am

9:30 am

10:30 am

11:30 am

Asian American and Pacific Islander reproductive health: Representation, disaggregation, and research methodologies for equitable inclusion

60 minutes

To reduce health disparities among Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) and create equitable and inclusive policies and interventions for the AAPI community, representative and disaggregated data is needed. Panelists discuss community-centered approaches and culturally-relevant recruitment strategies that can form the basis for rigorous quantitative and qualitative research with AAPIs.

9:30 am

10:30 am

11:30 am

12:30 pm

Stretch break

15 minutes

Concurrent block I

9:45 am

10:45 am

11:45 am

12:45 pm

Oral abstracts group one

50 minutes

  • Public perceptions of abortion complications: A national survey
  • “Because I understand both sides”: Exploring attitudes of US adults who simultaneously identify as pro-life and pro-choice

  • “I just don’t think I can deal:” Sexual acceptability and women’s contraceptive method dealbreakers

  • Race, medical mistrust, and abortion care

9:45 am

10:45 am

11:45 am

12:45 pm

Which box do I check? Latinx family planning identity in the categorical world of medicine and beyond

50 minutes

Healthcare in the Latinx community has and continues to be impacted by institutional and structural racism. Panelists will discuss historical reproductive injustices in the Latinx community, experiences of the complexity of navigating the academic medical system with a Latinx identity, and how to partner with Latinx colleagues to fight oppressive systems.

9:45 am

10:45 am

11:45 am

12:45 pm

Don’t give up on me: Possibilities for and problems with telehealth for medication abortion care

50 minutes

Telehealth use exploded during COVID allowing US patients to access abortion services without leaving their homes for a brief period. While telehealth has the potential to expand medication abortion care, we must take important equity, practice, and policy considerations into account in order to fully serve patients in need.

9:45 am

10:45 am

11:45 am

12:45 pm

Self-administered subcutaneous depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA-SC): Expanding access to injectable contraception outside of the clinic

50 minutes

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been increased interest in self-administration of DMPA-SC as a strategy to maintain contraceptive access. Panelists will review evidence and recommendations and also share and solicit best practices for implementation of self-administered DMPA-SC, including identifying barriers and strategies and examples for overcoming barriers.

Bayer Symposium

10:35 am

11:35 am

12:35 pm

1:35 pm

Bayer Symposium

45 minutes

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Unaccredited session

Concurrent block II

11:20 am

12:20 pm

1:20 pm

2:20 pm

Oral abstract group two

50 minutes

  • Exploring perceived race/ethnicity-based discrimination among people receiving abortion care
  • The impact of shouting your abortion: A randomized trial of the effect of first-person video stories on community-level abortion stigma

  • Comparative study of two different-sized copper IUDs: 12-month results of a single-blind randomized trial in a predominately nulliparous population

  • Person-centered, high-quality care from a distance: A qualitative study of patient experiences of medication abortion by mail through TelAbortion

11:20 am

12:20 pm

1:20 pm

2:20 pm

Online data recruitment for studying COVID-19 and access to family planning and abortion

50 minutes

This panel will discuss online recruitment approaches and data collection about the impact of COVID-19 on family planning and abortion access and use. Panelists will focus on methods, but will also present findings about the impact of COVID-19 and health disparities by race/ethnicity and geography.

11:20 am

12:20 pm

1:20 pm

2:20 pm

Collaboration around abortion among professional organizations – ACNM, ACOG, APHA, AWHONN, SFP, and SMFM panel and discussion

50 minutes

Representatives from ACNM, ACOG, APHA, AWHONN, SFP, and SMFM will provide an overview of the individual and collaborative work their organizations are doing related to abortion research, advocacy, and training. Following this panel discussion, attendees will interact through a guided chat discussion and polling on opportunities for future collaborations among these organizations.

11:20 am

12:20 pm

1:20 pm

2:20 pm

Emergency contraception for transgender and nonbinary patients

50 minutes

Pregnancy is possible for any individual with a uterus and ovary(ies) who has receptive penis-in-vagina sex with partners who produce sperm, regardless of gender identity, including patients who are amenorrheic due to testosterone. This session will address the medical and social-emotional aspects of EC for transgender and nonbinary patients.

12:10 pm

1:10 pm

2:10 pm 

3:10 pm 

Stretch break

15 minutes

Plenary

12:25 pm

1:25 pm

2:25 pm

3:25 pm

Awards presentation sponsored by GenBioPro

60 minutes
Unaccredited session

Join us in honoring the achievements of our 2021 awardees. 

  • Lifetime Achievement Award
    • Roger Rochat, MD
  • Beacon of Science Award
    • Ushma Upadhyay, PhD, MPH 
  • Mentor Award
    • Danielle Bessett, PhD, MA
    • Pratima Gupta, MD, MPH
    • Jody Steinauer, MD, PhD

 

1:25 pm

2:25 pm

3:25 pm

4:25 pm

Stretch break

15 minutes

1:40 pm

2:40 pm

3:40 pm

4:40 pm

The legacy of anti-Black racism in obstetrics and gynecology

60 minutes

In this session, Black physicians will name how anti-Black racism endures in our professional and personal lives. We reflect on how our history, patients, credibility, and bodies are easily disrespected and dismissed. We call for persistent action from colleagues in medicine and science to eradicate racism from our field.

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Saturday, October 2

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Plenary

8:00 am

9:00 am

10:00 am

11:00 am

Spotlight on science

60 minutes

  • Balancing desire to enhance equitable access to contraceptive care with the risk of perpetuating reproductive healthcare injustice: A national comparative case study of inpatient postpartum contraceptive care implementation

  • Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pregnancy preferences: A longitudinal interrupted time-series study

  • Implementation of an HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis strategy into abortion care

  • The “STrIPE” Trial: A randomized control trial comparing oxytocin and misoprostol for management of the placenta after second trimester induction termination

9:05 am

10:05 am

11:05 am

12:05 pm

Stretch break

15 minutes

Concurrent block III

9:20 am

10:20 am

11:20 am

12:20 pm

Daniel R. Mishell, Jr. Outstanding Article Awards

50 minutes 

  • The concentration of fetal red blood cells in first-trimester pregnant women undergoing uterine aspiration is below the calculated threshold for Rh sensitization – Sarah Horvath, MD

  • A randomized controlled trial of methylergonovine prophylaxis after dilation and evacuation abortion – Jennifer Kerns, MD, MS, MPH

  • Auricular acupressure and auricular acupuncture as an adjunct for pain management during first trimester aspiration abortion: A randomized, double-blinded, three-arm trial – Johana Oviedo, MD

 

9:20 am

10:20 am

11:20 am

12:20 pm

Care provision for abortion patients with complex medical and social histories

50 minutes

Patients seeking abortion care with complex medical and social histories may experience additional barriers to abortion care. Based on results from a two-phased study, panelists explore care seeking experiences of abortion patients throughout pregnancy and the referral process, including decision-making among providers who interact with this population of abortion seekers.

9:20 am

10:20 am

11:20 am

12:20 pm

Time for action: The impact of tear gas used by law enforcement on reproductive health

50 minutes

Chemical agents, such as tear gas, are frequently used by law enforcement for crowd control. This session will review current science and present new research and policy efforts investigating adverse reproductive health outcomes after exposure to tear gas during racial justice protests in 2020.

9:20 am

10:20 am

11:20 am

12:20 pm

Innovation in contraception service delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence, recommendations, and implementation

50 minutes

During the COVID-19 pandemic, clinicians needed to rapidly adapt to ensure access to contraception. Panelists will review evidence on changes in contraception services during the pandemic and share and solicit implementation practices of innovative strategies for contraceptive service delivery (eg, telemedicine, mobile van postnatal care, changes to Medicaid sterilization consent).

CooperSurgical Symposium

10:10 am

11:10 am

12:10 pm

1:10 pm

CooperSurgical Symposium

Overview of immediate post-partum utilization (IPP) of Paragard® IUS

50 minutes

This interactive, live demo session sponsored by CooperSurgical, Inc. will provide an overview of the literature supporting use of Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARC) for IPP. Click here for more information.

Unaccredited session

Concurrent block IV

11:00 am

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

Coming to a school near you: Implementing medication abortion services in university student health centers

50 minutes

Implementation partners from Essential Access Health, Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity (URGE), and student health center clinicians will discuss the advocacy that led to integrating medication abortion services into UC and CSU student health centers, the development of partnerships, the challenges and lessons learned, and the progress made towards implementation, thus far.

11:00 am

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

Best practices and considerations for crafting equitable research partnerships with independent clinics

50 minutes

Independent abortion clinics hold tremendous potential to advance the field of family planning research. Traditionally, research partnerships are arranged as a give-take relationship as opposed to a mutualistic one. This session will show clinics and primary investigators how to use Community Based Participatory Research practices to create equitable research partnerships.

11:00 am

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

Knowledge justice: Advancing toward community-driven knowledge sharing in sexual and reproductive health

50 minutes

The current system of scientific knowledge production is rooted in injustice that persists today. This interactive session, co-facilitated by research and community stakeholders, explores the concept of knowledge justice and creates a collective space for participants to think critically about how to equitably share knowledge in their own work.

11:00 am

12:00 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

Estrogen containing contraceptives in women with migraines: A pro vs con debate

50 minutes

In this heated debate, neurology and women’s health experts will discuss the risks and benefits of combined hormonal contraceptive use in women with migraine disorders. The guidelines and evidence from both specialties will be reviewed, along with emerging evidence from a large tertiary medical center.

11:50 am

12:50 pm

1:50 pm

2:50 pm

Stretch break

15 minutes

Plenary

12:05 pm

1:05 pm

2:05 pm

3:05 pm

Providers, patients, seekers: A 360° view of self-managed medication abortion in the United States

60 minutes

This panel provides a detailed examination of the “who, what, and why” of self-managed medication abortion in the US Project SANA researchers share findings from a mixed-methods study involving abortion clinic patients, providers, and people who self-managed using online telemedicine, as well discussing the challenges and implications of their research.

1:35 pm

2:35 pm

3:35 pm

4:35 pm

Community screening of HBO Max's Unpregnant

We invite attendees to close out the conference with a screening of the critically acclaimed film, “Unpregnant” from the comfort of their homes. Attendees will have the opportunity to chat with each other during the screening for a truly connected experience.

Watch the trailer here

Note: times, topics, and speakers may shift as we build the best possible schedule for you.
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On-demand sessions
Available on September 29

Leading with values for policy change: Making explicit connections among abortion access, economic security, racial justice

Lawmakers, local advocacy groups, and messaging experts come together to discuss how abortion access, economic security, and racial justice are connected in people's lives and how to ensure those connections are explicit in policy making, advocacy, and communications.

Following the evidence: Leveraging research, law, and policy to lift the Mifepristone REMS

This interactive panel will highlight multidisciplinary approaches in research, law, and advocacy aimed at lifting restrictions on medication abortion care. The discussion will identify successful strategies for navigating the current political and policy environment to improve equitable access to care at the federal, state, and local level.

Building a diverse pipeline of future family planning leaders: Emergency contraception activism on college campuses

This panel will use emergency contraception (EC) as a case study for student activism across diverse college campuses. Students will describe strategies, which include policy advocacy, campaigning for EC vending machines, and peer-to-peer EC distribution. We will discuss research findings from our campus activism project and ways in which family planning leaders can support activists.

Self managed sexual and reproductive health care: Thinking beyond abortion

Using lessons from self-managed abortion, this workshop identifies opportunities for family planning professionals and advocates to collaborate on clinical, legal, and community support resources for those accessing care outside of medical settings like home inseminations, sharing fertility medications, accessing gender-affirming hormones, or taking PrEP medications prescribed to friends or partners.

Mobile clinics: Family planning on wheels

Although there are an estimated 2,000 mobile clinics in the US, the vast majority do not offer family planning services. This session features speakers from mobile clinics in four states offering a range of family planning services and discusses the implementation, evaluation, and impact of their programs.

COVID Complications, the ICU, and the provision of family planning services

This session will prepare specialists to anticipate complications related to providing D&E services to patients with COVID-19 in the ICU setting. This discussion will include consideration for different cervical preparations, technical aspects of surgical preparation and how to use a multidisciplinary approach to ensure safe outcomes.

Virtualizing refugee family planning and reproductive health during the COVID-19 pandemic: Challenges and opportunities

This session aims to provide recommendations on refugee women’s family planning needs, challenges, and readiness for virtual engagement, as well as provide guides for healthcare providers and public health leaders for future clinical and research plans to use virtual or hybrid programs for refugee women's reproductive health concerns.

Society of Family Planning Clinical Practice Recommendations: 2021 update

This interactive session will review Society of Family Planning clinical guidance from the past year. Panelists will discuss recommendations for adapting contraceptive care during pandemic conditions and managing pain during procedural abortion (moderate sedation to general anesthesia). Attendees will sketch intended changes relevant to their practice settings and patient populations.

Researchers and lawyers: Working together

Increasingly, courts have as much of an effect on access to reproductive healthcare as legislatures. This session looks to demystify the judicial process by outlining what researchers can bring to the table and the process of collaborating with a lawyer, with a moderated discussion between a litigator and a researcher.

De-weaponizing the “utox:” strategies to change practices in abortion care and birth settings

This panel discussion aims to review how urine toxicology has been weaponized to obstruct care and hurt pregnant people. It will share efforts to change urine toxicology practices in birth spaces and align those with abortion spaces, to support audience members in rethinking their own guidelines and practices.

“Love is to just let her go." Grief and recovery after abortion for pregnancy complications

Experts in grief research, perinatal palliative care, spiritual care, and service delivery improvement will summarize the evidence on grief and emotional recovery after abortion for medical indications, review collaborative care models, discuss how we can improve support for patients from diagnosis through recovery, and elicit recommendations for future research priorities.

Multidisciplinary perspectives on barriers to abortion access during COVID-19

Public health policies adopted in response to COVID-19 and pre-existing restrictive abortion laws have influenced access to abortion during the pandemic. This multidisciplinary panel will describe relevant legal and policy barriers, social science research on abortion incidence, and how abortion funds and providers have helped patients navigate these hurdles.

“Crisis within a crisis”: Funds’ role in facilitating care during a pandemic and abortion ban

Abortion and practical support funds played a key role in helping individuals obtain abortion care during Texas’ ban on abortions early in the pandemic. Panelists will discuss how overlapping barriers exacerbated abortion access, share lessons learned for crisis management, and describe strategies to better support patients and funds’ critical mission

Untapped potential of dispensing a one-year supply of contraception

This session will discuss the benefits of one-year supply of contraceptives and present data on how frequently an extended supply is provided. Recent changes to the law in 20 states and DC require insurers to cover dispensing an extended supply of contraception at one time. This change, which has the potential to dramatically improve access to contraception, is currently not being implemented. We discuss changes that may unleash the potential of these laws, including changes to electronic medical record orders, pharmacist and other clinician training, and involvement of stakeholders. 

Note: times, topics, and speakers may shift as we build the best possible schedule for you. 
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Poster list 2021

Abortion P1-P32 

  • P1:Safety and effectiveness of a misoprostol-alone medication abortion using online telemedicine - Dana M. Johnson, MPAff
  • P2:Feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of mail-order pharmacy dispensing of mifepristone for medication abortion - Sarah Raifman, MSc
  • P4:Transvaginal lidocaine injection to induce fetal demise - Caroline Goldfarb, BA
  • P6:Effectiveness of self-managed abortion with misoprostol-alone in pregnancies up to 22 weeks gestation: Results from a prospective study in Argentina, Indonesia, and Nigeria - Heidi Moseson, PhD, MPH
  • P7:COVID-19 impacts on abortion care-seeking experiences in the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia region - Jessica Dozier, MPH
  • P8:Timing is everything: Differences in timing of abortion care by sexual orientation - Zoe Muzyczka, MPH
  • P9:“Absolutely horrific.” Attitudes towards self-managed abortion legality and criminalization: A qualitative study - Chris Ahlbach, BS
  • P10:"I'm too broke to afford any of the procedures": Reports of cost-related barriers and their consequences among abortion-seeking Reddit users - Jenny Higgins, PhD, MPH
  • P11:Second/third trimester medical abortion provision after mifepristone approval: Findings from a 2019 Canadian Survey - Regina Renner, MD, MPH, FRCSC, FACOG
  • P12:Assessing changes in opinions about outlawing abortion among Alabama women of reproductive age before and during the debate about Alabama’s abortion ban - Michael Smith, DrPH, MSPH
  • P13:The role of telemedicine in first trimester medical abortion from the perspective of Canadian abortion providers - Madeleine Ennis, PhD
  • P14:Women's experiences of public abortion story sharing on social media - Hana Reissner, MD, MS
  • P15:What logistical barriers do North Carolina college students face in obtaining medication abortion? - Mishka Peart, MD
  • P16:Exploring the impact of COVID-19 on gestational age at the time of abortion: An interrupted time series analysis in southwest California - Christine  Zachek, MD, MPH
  • P17:Misunderstanding abortion legality and trimester of presentation for abortion care - Annamarie Beckmeyer, BS, BA
  • P18:What does Dr. Google say about medical abortion? A comprehensive survey of the accuracy, accessibility, and completeness of medical abortion information on the web - Alexie Carletti, BS
  • P19:A new abortion service in the midst of a pandemic: General practitioners’ perspectives on COVID-19 and community-based provision of early medical abortion in Ireland - Bianca Stifani, MD
  • P20:Adjuvant misoprostol or mifepristone for cervical preparation with osmotic dilators before dilation and evacuation - Stephanie Lambert, MD
  • P22:If abortion becomes illegal, what should happen? US adults’ attitudes toward consequences of illegal abortion - Brandon Crawford, PhD
  • P23:“Has anyone bought pills online? I’m afraid it's a scam”: US Reddit users’ experiences acquiring abortion pills online during COVID-19 - Rhian Lewis
  • P24:Abortion terminology preferences among people accessing abortion care - Shelly Kaller, MPH
  • P25:Interest among Illinois family planning providers in receiving training on medication abortion provision  - Lee Hasselbacher, JD
  • P27:In service to adolescents and young adults: Abortion fund cases in six US southeast states from 2017-2019 - Katie Labgold, MPH
  • P28:Medication abortion follow-up before and after introducing a home follow-up option - Karen Chong, MD
  • P29:Messaging recommendations to advance integrating medication abortion into family medicine - Sarah Wulf, MPH
  • P30:Association of provider specialty with abortion-related morbidity and adverse events among patients having procedural and medication abortions - Dolly Patel, BS
  • P31:Travel patterns among Texas residents obtaining out-of-state abortion care following an executive order suspending in-state services during the coronavirus pandemic - Kari White, PhD, MPH
  • P32:Abortion provision after routine abortion training in family medicine residency programs - Aleza Summit, MPH

Clinical practice P33-P41 

  • P33:Comparing complications and delivery intervals in second trimester labor induction with mifepristone and misoprostol vs misoprostol alone - Emily Barker, MD
  • P34:Maternal morbidity after expectant management of previable prelabor rupture of membranes - Marianne DiNapoli, MD
  • P35:Comparison of early pregnancy loss management in the emergency department versus outpatient clinic - Lyndsey Benson, MD, MS
  • P36:The impact of comprehensive early pregnancy loss management in the emergency department - Aishat Olatunde, MD, MSc
  • P37:Contraceptive service provision during the COVID-19 pandemic among safety-net family planning clinics in a southeastern state - Kate Beatty, PhD
  • P38:Exploring follow-up rates in pregnancy of unknown location by race - Anne Flynn, MD
  • P39:Provider perspectives on contraceptive counseling for Latinas in the age of patient-centered care - Diana Carvajal, MD, MPH
  • P40:Sexual and reproductive health care provision during the COVID-19 pandemic and patient acceptability of remote consultations - Sian Pearson, BMBS
  • P41:Perceived access to reproductive health care and interest in telemedicine in rural Colorado - Cara Clure, MD

Contraception P42-P74 

  • P42:Investigating implicit bias as a barrier to equitable contraceptive care - Jenna Binkhorst, DO
  • P43:Pilot label comprehension study for an over-the-counter combined oral contraceptive pill - Kate Grindlay, MSPH
  • P44:Current prescription contraceptive use and ectopic pregnancy - Tina Raine-Bennett, MD, MPH
  • P45:The patient experience of peripartum contraceptive care - Annie Minns, MD
  • P46:Genitourinary symptoms by frequency of use of a vaginal pH modulator: Results from the phase 3 AMPOWER trial - Brandi Howard, PhD
  • P47:Cervical mucus changes with daily administration of a norgestrel 75 mcg progestin-only pill - Leo Han, MD, MPH
  • P48:Bleeding patterns with use of an oral contraceptive containing estetrol and drospirenone: Pooled analysis of phase-3 clinical trials - Mitchell Creinin, MD
  • P49:A prospective assessment of pregnancy risk by quick start contraceptive initiation across all methods - Erica Torres
  • P50:Pooled safety data from two phase 3 trials of a vaginal pH modulator: Results from AMPOWER and AMP001 - Brandi Howard, PhD
  • P51:Copper levels in cervical mucus of copper intrauterine device users versus nonusers - Leo Han, MD, MPH
  • P52:Postpartum intrauterine device insertion after peripartum infection - Ashleigh Nelson, MD
  • P53:Assessing contraceptive use during the COVID-19 pandemic among previous recipients of a no-cost contraceptive initiative in Utah - Alexandra Gero, MPH
  • P54:The association of payer status with postpartum sterilization following unintended pregnancy - Arina Chesnokova, MD, MPH
  • P55:Plasma levonorgestrel levels from 72 to 96 months in obese and non-obese women using a levonorgestrel 52 mg intrauterine system - Mitchell Creinin, MD
  • P56:Unanticipated consequences of Catholic hospital restrictions on postpartum patients - Jessica Chen, MD
  • P57:Revisiting the literature on the "three-hour window" guideline for progestin-only pills (POPs): A comprehensive scoping review - Alexandra Wollum, MPH
  • P58:The effect of topiramate on etonogestrel concentrations in contraceptive implant users - Aaron Lazorwitz, MD, MSCS
  • P59:Disparities in permanent post-partum contraception associated with delivery in a Catholic hospital - Amy Caldwell, MD
  • P60:Adolescent access to LARC in Oregon: Comparing school-based and community health centers - Emily Boniface, MPH
  • P61:Young people’s access to contraceptive services through telemedicine: Inequities by food and housing insecurity - Jennifer Yarger, PhD
  • P62:The impact of canceling postpartum tubal ligations during Covid-19 pandemic: Were the women with public insurance forgotten? - Selena Park, MD
  • P63:Use of lactational amenorrhea to prevent pregnancy among breastmilk feeding women - Melissa Chen, MD, MPH
  • P64:Relationship of obesity and intrauterine contraceptive expulsion - Lisa Harris, MD, PhD
  • P65:Rapid innovation and implementation of telemedicine for contraception: Providers' perspectives - Lee Hasselbacher, JD
  • P66:Ovarian activity effects of a progestogen-only pill containing norgestrel 75 mcg - Alison Edelman, MD, MPH
  • P67:Risk of luteal phase pregnancy with modified intrauterine device insertion eligibility - Eva Dindinger, MPH
  • P68:Contraceptive preference dynamics in the postpartum period - Kristen Burke, MA
  • P69:Medicaid beneficiaries’ perceptions of contraception counseling on their postpartum contraception decision-making - Lindsey Yates, MPH
  • P70:Sexual activity among breastmilk feeding women not using hormonal contraception - Melissa Chen, MD, MPH
  • P71:Engaging clinicians in a pre-implementation assessment of the Women and Person-Empowered Community Access for Reproductive Equity (WE CARE) intervention - Martina Caldwell, MD, MS
  • P72:Engaging Black women in developing contraceptive messaging: A user-centered design research approach - Caitlin Bernard, MD, MSCI
  • P73:Dispersion of contraceptive access policies across the united states from 2007 to 2017 - Whitney Rice, DrPH, MPH
  • P74:Teens' experiences seeking confidential contraceptive services in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic - Brooke Whitfield, BA

 Research practice P75-76 

  • P75:Demographic diversity in contraceptive clinical trials conducted at an academic medical center - Morgan Peña, BA
  • P76:Assessing abortion public opinion: We should ask questions about abortion as lived experience, not just legal status - Meghan Seewald, MA

 Training/education P77-P82 

  • P77:“They were there because they were pregnant. Which is a really apolitical thing” – How medical students discuss politics in abortion care - Katherine Rivlin, MD, MS
  • P78:Evaluating a reproductive justice curriculum for pediatric residents using an observed, standardized clinical encounter (OSCE) - Rachel Cohen, MD
  • P79:Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on resident training in family planning - Jema Turk, PhD, MA, MPA
  • P80:Trauma-responsive abortion care workshop for resident physicians - Julie Chor, MD, MPH
  • P81:Abortion and contraception knowledge gaps exist throughout medical school: Results from an institution-wide student survey - Taryn Valley
  • P82:Pharmacist prescribed hormonal contraception: Does didactic hormonal contraception education affect student pharmacist perceptions of this professional activity? - Rachel Rikard

 Other P83-88

  • P83:Using "big data" to measure differences in quality of reproductive and maternal care at Catholic vs. non-Catholic hospitals: A pilot study - Lois Uttley, MPP
  • P86:Improving methods and measures: New estimates of US pregnancy incidence by pregnancy orientations for 2009, 2011, 2013, and 2015 - Mia Zolna, MPH
  • P87:Disparities in short interval pregnancy by hospital religious affiliation - Amy Caldwell, MD
  • P88:Examining gender norms and sexual stereotyping among southern faith leaders - Subasri Narasimhan, PhD

 

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