Kendal Danna is a Technical Advisor at Population Services International (PSI) in Washington, DC. As the technical lead for PSI’s portfolio of hormonal IUS work, she oversees PSI's IUS activities and research across multiple global projects. Working with the Sexual and Reproductive Health team at PSI, she also focuses on building sustainable markets for other new and underutilized contraceptive technologies and improving the quality of client-centered family planning counseling and provider training. Kendal has a BA in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin Madison and a MPH from Tulane University.
The hormonal Intrauterine System (IUS), also known as the LNG-IUS, is a highly effective long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) method. PSI shares five market indicators that suggest the hormonal IUS access will take off this decade, ...
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