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Johannes Bitzer (Editor-in-Chief) chose the following paper as highlight from the latest issue of the European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care: Men’s and women’s roles in decision making about abortion in the context of HIV Vimbai Chibango & Pranitha Maharaj This article is temporary open acces....

We hope you will join the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health in 2019. We work together to improve access to contraception and reproductive health care. Please create a new account for your ESC membership. Here are a few of the benefits you enjoy as member: * 6...

Abstract submission is open Click here to submit an abstract The Organising and Scientific Committee of the 16th Congress of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health invite all those involved in any aspect of contraception, sexual and reproductive health to actively participate by submitting abstracts,...

The third edition of the Contraception Atlas has been launched at the European Parliament. The Atlas is an online interactive map that scores 46 countries across geographical Europe on access to modern contraception. More specifically, the Atlas focuses on access to online information about modern contraception, and access to contraceptive...

FSRH announces the publication of the updated FSRH Combined Hormonal Contraception Guideline: The updated FSRH guidance on combined hormonal contraception (CHC) highlights new recommendations – and reminds us of important messages about safety and effectiveness. In addition you can read the interim guidance on incorrect use of combined...

WHO has launched an App for its Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use. This digital tool will facilitate the task of family planning providers in recommending safe, effective and acceptable contraception methods for women with medical conditions or medically-relevant characteristics. Recommendations on the initiation and continuing...

This annual event on 26th September once again produced many and varied events around the world. Thank you to all those who told us what was happening where you are. We joined with our partner organisations using social media to publicise these and to continue...

International Women's Day 2018 campaign theme: #PressforProgress Women have had to deal with reproductive health issues for several decades of their lives with varying needs during the different phases. Today, reproductive health is far from guaranteed for all women and many women still have high unmet...