Happy International Women’s Day: ESC challenges myths on contraception and abortion

Knowledge is power: education as a key to changing the world. 3 Education initiatives: WATCH WEBINAR RECORDING: New approaches to delivering abortion and contraceptive care. – Telemedicine for medical abortion: is it here to stay? – Post abortion contraception FREE ESC WEBINAR: Progesterone and...

08 March, 2021

Registration is open: Free ESC Webinar, 24 March, 4PM CET

FREE ESC Webinar: Progesterone and progestins 24 March 2021 4 PM Central European Time Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes Registration form ——— Join ESC for 2021 / Renew your membership (60 EUR/year):

04 March, 2021

Watch the webinar recording

New approaches to delivering abortion and contraceptive care 17 February 2021 Telemedicine for medical abortion: is it here to stay? Sharon Cameron, Sexual and Reproductive Health Services, NHS Lothian, Edinburgh, United Kingdom Post abortion contraception Ingrid Sääv, Department of Women´s and Children´s Health, Karolinska Institutet,...

22 February, 2021

Journal highlight, Volume 26, Issue 1

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: Predicting menstrual bleeding patterns with levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine systems Ann-Kathrin Frenz, Christiane Ahlers, Vita Beckert, Christoph Gerlinger & Tim Friede DOI: 10.1080/13625187.2020.1843015 This...

02 February, 2021

Session update: Combined hormonal contraceptives

Dear Friends, Access to contraception and skilled counselling of women to avoid unwanted pregnancies is even more important in the Covid-19 pandemic. Since the ESC Teaching and Training Tool course had to be postponed, keeping online teaching material updated is very important. We are happy...

28 January, 2021

Contraception in woman with HIV infection & Hormonal contraceptives and drug interactions

The TTT session entitled “Contraception in woman with HIV infection, hormonal contraceptives and drug interactions” has been updated based on the latest scientific information. New data on possible impact of hormonal and intrauterine contraception on progression of HIV infection; HIV transmission and acquisition; potential risks...

21 January, 2021