Study explores how increasing reproductive health training in family medicine residents effects their competency and likelihood of providing these services after medical school.
Publication examines how hospital religious affiliation effects their emergency contraception prescribing practices.
Publication details how to prevent gaps when switching contraceptives. Published by Ruth Lesnewski M.D. M.S., Linda Prine M.D., and Ruth Ginzburg PharmD.
Publication details how medication abortion fits into the family physicians scope of practice, and many physicians are restricted from providing such coverage.
Publication describes the benefits of comprehensive reproductive health education in family medicine residency, and how few programs include this training.
Publication investigates what factors influence disparities in contraceptive care, and how providers may help patients overcome contraceptive barriers.
Lisa Maldonado, co-author of Community Health Centers’ Role in Family Planning discusses her ACU Column, published in the May 2013 issue of the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.
Article describes how an evidence-based, flexible, patient-centered approach to initiating hormonal contraception may help lower the rate of unintended pregnancy in the United States.
American Urological Association review of vasectomy literature in order to provide guidance to clinicians who provide vasectomies.
Most patients can safely begin using hormonal contraception at any point in their menstrual cycle. This article covers an evidence-based, flexible, patient-centered approach to initiating contraception promotes health and enhances patients’ reproductive autonomy. This article was published in American Family Physician in March 2021. It is an update of an article originally published in 2006.…