Upcoming webinar: Priority Roadmap for Policy-Ready Contraceptive Research

Please join the Society of Family Planning and the Coalition to Expand Contraceptive Access (CECA) for a webinar open to the family planning community on Thursday, October 28, 2021, at 1:00 pm ET to learn about the Priority Roadmap for Policy-Ready Contraceptive Research, a resource developed by CECA via a collaborative process to create a to identify the research needed to advance proactive domestic contraceptive access policy.

Informed by evidence and a broad group of stakeholders, the Roadmap positions stakeholders to strategically invest in, conduct, and effectively use contraceptive access research to inform policy. Crystal Tyler, PhD, MPH, Denicia Cadena, Nikita Malcolm, MPH, and Lisa Stern, MSN, RN, MA will provide an overview of the Roadmap, including the process by which it was developed, recommended research questions, and equity-informed research principles. Please visit the link below to register and we welcome any questions, large or small, at Grants@SocietyFP.org.

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