Dear Family Planning Champion,
Contraceptive-induced menstrual changes can impact people’s lives in significant ways, and these changes are often the reason why people decide whether or not to use contraception and which contraceptive they choose. Understanding these impacts is essential to designing and implementing effective programs to meet the needs of women and girls, couples and families.
Our pick this week focuses on contraceptive-induced menstrual changes and features a collaborative format to engage participants in identifying research, programs, policies and product development priorities.
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Hosted by FHI 360 through the Envision FP and Research for Scalable Solutions (R4S) projects with support from USAID, this meeting will bring together participants over the course of two days to review the evidence around contraceptive-induced menstrual changes. Participants will focus on user experiences and perspectives and collaboratively identify priorities for paths forward.
This event will take place on November 17 and 18 (for 2 hours on Day 1 and 2.5 hours on Day 2).