Session 32:
Contraceptive Technology

Thursday, May 9
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Rockdale
2nd Floor

Chair: Charlotte Ellertson, Population Council
Discussant: Sandra Garcia, Population Council

  1. Modifications of the Yuzpe Regimen of Emergency Contraception: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial in Five CentersAnne Webb, Abacus Centre for Contraception and Reproductive Health; Kelly Blanchard, Population Council; Alison Bigrigg, Glasgow Centre for Family Planning and Sexual Health; Sue Haskell, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa; Margaret Evans, Abacus Centre for Contraception and Reproductive Health; Sue Fernden, Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa; Claire Leadbetter, Abacus Centre for Contraception and Reproductive Health; Aileen Spears, Glasgow Centre for Family Planning and Reproductive Health; Karen Johnstone, Glasgow Centre for Family Planning and Reproductive Health; Tara Shochet, Princeton University

  2. Men's and Women's Preferences for Male- or Female-Controlled Barrier Methods: Results from a Couple-Level Research DesignTrent W. Moore, Florida State University; David F. Sly, Florida State University; Dianne H. Montgomery, Florida State University

  3. Cross-Border Procurement of Contraception: Estimates from a Postpartum Survey in El Paso, TexasJoseph E. Potter, University of Texas at Austin; Ann M. Moore, University of Texas at Austin; Theresa L. Byrd, University of Texas at Houston

  4. Male Hormonal Contraception: Shifting Infertility and the Acceptability of a New Contraceptive Technology in IndonesiaHarris S. Solomon, Emory University; Kathryn M. Yount, Emory University; Michael Mbizvo, World Health Organization (WHO)

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