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Date: 10/14/2016
Source: Nigeria Ministry of Health
Type: Govt. Strategies, Plans, and Documents
In Nigeria, the shortage of health care workers has resulted in poor use of thousands of facilities for essential health care services. In some parts of the country, community health extension workers are employed but under-utilized. The National Task Shifting and Sharing Policy is aimed at changing the curriculum for pre-service education and in-service training to produce more knowledgeable and...
Date: 10/04/2016
Source: GHSP Journal
Type: Publications
The special issue of GHSP, focused on long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) based on papers presented at the 2016 International Conference on Family Planning, provides testimony to the remarkable rise in the popularity of implants and intrauterine devices (IUDs), as well as some limited evidence on permanent methods. As these articles report, we see substantial uptake of LARCs in a wide...
Date: 10/04/2016
Source: GHSP Journal
Type: Publications
Twenty years of postabortion care (PAC) studies yield strong evidence that: o Misoprostol and vacuum aspiration are comparable in safety and effectiveness for treating incomplete abortion. o Misoprostol, which can be provided by trained nurses and midwives, shows substantial promise for extending PAC services to secondary hospitals and primary health posts. o Postabortion family planning uptake...
Date: 10/04/2016
Source: GHSP Journal
Type: Publications
Renewed investment in scaling up contraceptive implants has resulted in a dramatic increase in their use since 2012. The surge is due in part to the reduction in price and increases in donor investments made through the Implants Access Program (a collaboration between public and private organizations to make implants accessible to women in the world’s poorest countries) and ministerial...
Date: 09/22/2016
Source: CDC
Type: Website and Portals
CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health is proud to announce a new online course for federal, state, and local public health and other health professionals. The course highlights preparedness and response resources and tools specific to the field of reproductive health in emergencies. Women of reproductive age (aged 15-44 years), including pregnant and postpartum women, may experience special risks...
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