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Residents who partially participate in abortion training at programs with specialized opt-out family planning training weigh many factors when deciding under what circumstances, if any, they will provide abortions and participate in training.
- Turk JK, Preskill F, Fields A, Landy U, Steinauer JE. Women's Health Issues. April 2017.
The rate of unintended pregnancy can be reduced by training providers to routinely include long-acting reversible methods in their contraceptive counseling.
- Harper CC, Rocca CH, Thompson KM, Morfesis J, Goodman S, Danrey PD, Westhoff CL, Speidel JJ. The Lancet. June 2015.
Making a low-cost emergency obstetric simulation training accessible globally has the potential to save the lives of mothers and newborns, particularly in the most resource-limited settings.
- Walker D, Cohen S, Fritz J, Olvera M, Lamadrid H, Carranza L. Obstetrics & Gynecology. May 2014.
There might be treatment benefits from earlier application of the NASG for women experiencing delays obtaining definitive treatment for hypovolemic shock.
- Miller S, Bergel EF, El Ayadi AM, Gibbons L, Butrick EA, Magwali T, Mkumba G, Kaseba C, Huong NT, Geissler JD, Merialdi M. PLOS ONE. October 2013.
Participants in the training had measurable increases in their clinical knowledge about intrauterine contraception (IUC) and reductions in the strength of misconceptions that could potentially limit provision.
- Lewis C, Darney P, Thiel de Bacanegra H. Contraception. August 2013.
Routine, opt-out training in abortion and family planning gives residents in obstetrics and gynecology an opportunity to increase proficiency in patient counseling, contraception care, ultrasound and all aspects of uterine evacuation, regardless of level of participation.
- Steinauer JE, Turk JK, Fulton MC, Simonson KH, Landy U. Contraception. August 2013.
Family planning training is not only vital to address global reproductive healthcare demand, but integrates effectively with cornerstones of current medical education reform: competency-based education, leadership development, collaboration with practitioners of all levels, and global health context.
- Landy U, Blodgett M, Darney P. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. May 2013.
The Fellowship in Family Planning was established in 1991 at the University of California San Francisco by Dr. Philip Darney to focus specifically on clinical training and research in abortion and contraception.
- Lathrop E, Landy U. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. April 2013.
PRONTO brings simulation training to low-resource settings and can empower inter-professional teams to respond more effectively within their institutional limitations to emergencies involving women and newborns.
- Walker DM, Cohen SR, Estrada F, Monterroso ME, Jenny A, Fritz J, Fahey JO. International Journal of Gynaecology & Obstetrics. February 2012.
More extensive residency training in abortion care was associated with later provision of abortion care in a variety of practice settings.
- Steinauer J, Landy U, Jackson R, Darney PD. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. May 2003.
In 1999, a national program was launched to increase the number of training programs offering routine training in abortion and family planning. Our approach is to identify and describe successful programs, and provide technical assistance, advice and financial support to teaching hospitals for the establishment of a formal rotation.
- Landy U, Darney PD. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics. 2000.