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Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health 2011 Symposium

This report highlights some of the key issues and recommendations that emerged from presentations and panel discussions at the IMPT symposium, “Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health,” held November 3‐4, 2011 in Washington, DC.

McGrory, E., Young Holt, B., Manning, J., Harrison, P., & Brady, M. (2011). Oakland & Folsom, CA: CAMI/PHI.

  • Executive Summary
  • Meeting Report
  • December 2011

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    Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health 2011 Symposium

    Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health 2011 Symposium
    December 2011

    This report highlights some of the key issues and recommendations that emerged from presentations and panel discussions at the IMPT symposium, “Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health,” held November 3‐4, 2011 in Washington, DC.

    McGrory, E., Young Holt, B., Manning, J., Harrison, P., & Brady, M. (2011). Oakland & Folsom, CA: CAMI/PHI.

  • Executive Summary
  • Meeting Report
  • McGrory, E., Young Holt, B., Manning, J., Harrison, P., & Brady, M. 

    In this Report:
    Health Risk(s):

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

  • MPTs
  • Topic(s):

  • Funding
  • MPTs
  • Product Development
  • Product Introduction / Uptake
  • Region(s):

  • Global

  • Full Info:


    Resource Type:

    IMPT

    Citation:

    This report highlights some of the key issues and recommendations that emerged from presentations and panel discussions at the IMPT symposium, “Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Reproductive Health,” held November 3‐4, 2011 in Washington, DC.

    Authors:

    McGrory, E., Young Holt, B., Manning, J., Harrison, P., & Brady, M. 

    Health Risks(s):

    • HIV
    • STI / STD
    • Unintended Pregnancy

    Product type(s):

    • MPTs

    Topic(s):

    • Funding
    • MPTs
    • Development
    • Product Introduction

      Region(s)

      • Global

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