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Contraceptive Method Use and Chlamydia Positivity

This live webinar featured Lauren Hunter, a doctoral student at UC Berkeley, presenting an analysis comparing chlamydia positivity by type of contraceptive method used among women tested through California’s Family PACT program in 2012-2013, and provides a platform to recommend further advancement of MPTs that adequately address the sexual health needs of women.

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Also, check out the article featured by the Journal of Women’s Health that initiated the conversation, view the Journal Article.

January 2018

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Contraceptive Method Use and Chlamydia Positivity

Contraceptive Method Use and Chlamydia Positivity
23 January 2018

This live webinar featured Lauren Hunter, a doctoral student at UC Berkeley, presenting an analysis comparing chlamydia positivity by type of contraceptive method used among women tested through California’s Family PACT program in 2012-2013, and provides a platform to recommend further advancement of MPTs that adequately address the sexual health needs of women.

View Webinar Recording

Also, check out the article featured by the Journal of Women’s Health that initiated the conversation, view the Journal Article.

Hunter, L., ASHWG

In this Webinar:
Health Risk(s):

  • HIV
  • STI / STD
  • Unintended Pregnancy
  • Product Type(s):

  • MPTs
  • Topic(s):

  • Product Development

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    Resource Type:

    Webinar

    Citation:

    Lauren Hunter, a doctoral student at UC Berkeley, presents an analysis comparing chlamydia positivity by type of contraceptive method used among women tested through California’s Family PACT program in 2012-2013, and provides a platform to recommend further advancement of MPTs that adequately address the sexual health needs of women.

    Authors: Hunter, L., ASHWG

    Health Risks(s):

    • HIV
    • STI / STD
    • Unintended Pregnancy

    Product type(s):

    • MPTs

    Topic(s):

    • Development

        Additional Keywords:

        HIV + STIs + unintended pregnancy MPTs Webinar

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