A 2011 policy resolution calling for AAFP endorsement of the United States Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use.
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A 2011 policy resolution calling for Crisis Pregnancy Centers to disclose that the center is not a medical facility, that it does not perform or provide referrals for abortion or contraception, and that it is not bound by HIPAA requirements protecting confidentiality.
A 2011 policy resolution calling for FamMedPAC, the American Academy of Family Physicians’ federal political action committee, to support pro-choice candidates.
A 2010 policy resolution to ensure that abortion remains accessible and covered by health insurance.
A 2009 policy resolution calling for the expansion of Title X funding for community health centers.
A 2009 policy resolution calling for the integration of evidence-based contraceptive care into the AAFP website, scientific meetings, CME courses and clinical guidelines.
A 2008 policy resolution supporting the mandate of the HPV vaccine for school entry in 6th grade.
A 2008 policy resolution urging NYSAFP to refuse future funding from all funding streams for abstinence only education programs.
A 2007 policy resolution asking the NYSAFP to affirm its existing policy on scope of practice, criminalization of medical practice, and the importance of safe legal abortion care, and to indicate their support for the Reproductive Health and Privacy Protection Act in New York State.
A 2007 policy resolution to prevent the inadvertent violations of confidentiality that occur when health insurance explanations of benefits or medical bills are sent to the home. It allows adolescents and dependents to obtain confidential services without releases of their medical information to guardians.