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Contraceptive Pearl: New Contraceptive Point of Care App

Family Physician Joshua Steinberg and his colleagues at the UHS Department of Family Medicine developed a free contraceptive point-of-care app that pulls together evidence-based resources from the Reproductive Health Access Project, the CDC, and other sources.

The resources in the app include the Quick Start Algorithm, the Medical Eligibility Criteria for Initiating Contraception, a table of contraceptive effectiveness, guidance on how to switch methods, and a table of necessary exams and testing before providing contraception.

The app is written for practicing clinicians and is especially useful with clinical trainees (like residents, nursing and medical students).

 

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Download the app for free     Android        iPhone

 

Pharma-free

The Reproductive Health Access Project does not accept funding from pharmaceutical companies. We do not promote specific brands of medication or contraception. The information in the Contraceptive Pearls is unbiased, based on science alone.

 

We appreciate your feedback! Please write to us at pearls@reproductiveaccess.org with any questions, comments or additional resources to add to our list.

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