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Journal highlight, Volume 23, Issue 6

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...

07 March, 2019

Apply now for ESC membership 2019

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...

26 February, 2019

Call for abstracts

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...

21 February, 2019

The 2019 Contraception Atlas is now available. How does your country score?

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...

12 February, 2019

FSRH and BASHH launch first ever quality standards for online sexual and reproductive healthcare services

The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) and The British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) have published the first quality standards for NHS and non-NHS providers of sexual and reproductive healthcare. The standards cover areas such as safe prescribing, consent, capacity, safe-guarding...

31 January, 2019

WHO launches new guideline to help health-care workers ensure safe medical abortion care

When women and girls can access effective contraception and safe abortion services, they are better able to safeguard their health and well-being. Abortions are safe if they are done with a WHO-recommended method that is appropriate to the pregnancy duration, and if the person providing...

31 January, 2019