A 2013 policy resolution that calls for the AAFP to support access to oral contraception without a prescription.
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A 2012 policy resolution calling for the AAFP to support litigation to block implementation of state and/or federal laws that restrict the privacy of physician-patient-family relationships.
A 2006 policy resolution encouraging family physicians to talk to patients about emergency contraception at routine visits and dispense prescriptions in advance for women of reproductive age.
A 2015 policy resolution calling on the California Academy of Family Physicians to endorse a policy stating there be no age restriction on the oral contraceptive pill.
A 2005 policy resolution that urges the AAFP to oppose federal legislation which mandates parental consent or notification for minors seeking contraceptives.
A 2005 policy resolution urging pharmacies throughout the United States to honor physician prescriptions in a timely manner, especially with regard to emergency contraception.
A 2017 policy resolution urging state academies to oppose the singling out of medication abortion services as a service to ban from telemedicine care.
A 2017 policy resolution urging that board scores and pass rates should no longer be used as criteria for giving a citation or area of concern to a residency program.
A 2011 policy resolution calling for the AAFP to support over the counter access to emergency contraception for everyone.
A 2013 policy resolution that calls for the AAFP to support ending all requirements for health insurance prior approval of FDA-approved contraceptive devices.