Service delivery tools and job aids for family planning providers

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Service delivery tools and job aids for family planning providers
Publication Date: 08/31/2015

FHI 360 has developed and published service delivery tools and job aids for health care providers — practical materials to use when serving clients in clinical or community-based settings. The tools reflect the latest international recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO).

SCREENING CHECKLISTS FOR FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES

FHI 360 has developed a set of five easy-to-use provider checklists. Four of the checklists are designed to screen women who want to initiate use of combined oral contraceptives (COCs), injectables (DMPA or NET-EN), the copper intrauterine device (Cu-IUD) or contraceptive implants. The fifth checklist helps providers rule out pregnancy for women who are not menstruating at the time of their visit. The checklists are consistent with the latest medical eligibility criteria published in 2015 by the World Health Organization (WHO). The 2015 versions of the checklists also include guidance for providers whose clients may be eligible for emergency contraception.

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