Recent Bixby research has documented the importance of high-quality, patient-centered contraceptive counseling. But, what are patients and providers actually discussing during counseling visits and how do those conversations compare to ideal counseling standards?
Bixby researchers have previously proven that a simple, low-tech device, known as a non-pneumatic anti-shock garment (NASG), can prevent maternal deaths due to severe postpartum bleeding. A new study tested the garment’s effectiveness in a critical care setting in Colombia.
The Bixby Center’s Uta Landy, PhD and Jody Steinauer, MD, MAS were recently invited by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists to a meeting addressing the lack of abortion training and services in the UK, especially for dilation and evacuation procedures.
A number of recent federal policy proposals imperil public funding for family planning providers. A recent study highlights how cuts may also harm a lesser-known but vital service that these providers offer: insurance enrollment support.