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The ESCRH supports the national declaration for the Contraception Day of the Portuguese Society of Contraception. Attached you can find the declaration. Read the declaration here: WCD 2023 - ingles...

Registrations are open for the World Contraception Day webinar on 26 September 2023! Register here for free. 'Your Life. Your Choices!' Moderators: Sharon Cameron Prof. NHS Lothian & University of Edinburgh, UK Michelle Cooper NHS Lothian, University of Edinburgh, UK Program: Dr. Richard Anderson Centre for Reproductive Health, University of Edinburgh, UK Where...

Call for invited Open Access review: If you have a topic relevant to those of the journal and you want to write an invited review (narrative or systematic) please send the proposal to our Editor in Chief (Professor Giovanni Grandi, giovanni.grandi@unimore.it) who will evaluate it. For...

Coordinated by FIGO’s Committee on Contraception, the Contraception Reimagined Challenge will run until 15 August 2023. The winners will be announced as part of FIGO's 2023 World Contraception Day campaign. The term contraception is derived from combining contra (against) and conception (an act of conceiving in...

The European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health is appalled by the ruling of a federal judge in Texas to invalidate the FDA approval of mifepristone- a safe drug used for medical abortion and medical management of miscarriage. The reason given for the invalidation of approval is a claim that the drug...

COVID disease, Combined Hormonal Contraceptives & VTE. Lead Author: Dr. Megan Cohen (this is a “living” systematic review which is for emerging acute topics and enables us to utilize any type of available literature) https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD014908/full/es . As expected, the evidence is of very low to...