This report describes the impact of Bixby members' work in research, clinical care, training and advocacy in 2019-2020.
This report describes the impact of Bixby members' work in 2017-2018. There is also an online version of the report.
This report describes the impact of Bixby Center members' work in 2016-2017. There is also an online version of the report.
This video describes the Bixby Center's mission and values, and highlights select achievements from our 18-year history.
This report describes the impacts of Bixby Center members' work in 2015-2016. There is also an online version of the report.
This report describes the impacts of Bixby Center members' work in 2014-2015. There is also an online version of the report.
This report celebrates the 10-year anniversary of the UCSF Bixby Center and its key accomplishments.
This brief summarizes the first study to rigorously examine the effects of receiving versus being denied a wanted abortion on women and their children.
This brief explores current research on self-managed abortion and what it means for the healthcare community.
This issue brief from ANSIRH looks at the lack of scientific evidence supporting policies on abortion pill “reversal.”
A project of ANSIRH’s Abortion Onscreen program, this online database aims to include all American film and television depictions in which a character obtained an abortion (or disclosed that they had had one in the past). The database can be searched using a variety of criteria and is frequently updated to include new plotlines.
This workbook helps clinicians: identify key elements of informed consent and counseling; recognize psychosocial issues for women seeking abortion; understand the basic steps involved with first-trimester aspiration and medical abortion; and identify common complications of first-trimester abortion care.
This fact sheet outlines the evidence behind a significant 2016 Supreme Court decision on abortion access. It details how restrictions imposed in some states are not based on medical evidence and will do nothing to improve women’s health and safety. These requirements put women at risk by standing in the way of safe reproductive care.
This video describes women's experiences of seeking abortion care in Bangladesh, Colombia, Nepal, South Africa and Tunisia. Produced by the the Global Turnaway Study team and researchers in each country, it tells the story of why women are denied legal abortion services and the consequences of denial.
This fact sheet shows that among women who received abortion care, relief outweighed negative emotions, even three years later.
A video guide to help a person decide on the best method of pregnancy termination for them after learning about a fetal anomaly.
This professional guide is for certified nurse-midwives, nurse practitioners and physician assistants in the US who are either currently providing or would like to offer abortion care within their practices.
This commemorative publication – prepared for the 30th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade US Supreme Court decision – presents an overview of major events in the history of abortion in California.
Assuring and maintaining confidentiality of sensitive health services is a basic tenet of health care and is particularly important for many adolescents and young adults (as well as other dependents) on a policyholder’s plan.
This free online training from Beyond the Pill focuses on improving access to the full range of contraceptive methods. CME-accredited - providers can earn 1.5 credit hours toward CME and CE requirements.
Young women share their experiences and bust myths about birth control in a this video from Beyond the Pill.
This videos series, created in partnership with the ACOG LARC Program, covers a variety of clinical topics related to the provision of Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive methods.
This fact sheet describes the new contraceptive and STI prevention technologies that Bixby Center investigators are developing.
This fact sheet outlines the wide range of fiscal and health benefits of public funding for birth control programs like Medicaid and Title X.
The Bixby Center's provider training on IUDs and implants successfully reduced unintended pregnancy among teens and young women aged 18-25 years. This fact sheet summarizes the findings of a large national study.
An engaging 10-minute educational video on IUDs and implants, specially designed for young women.
The Bixby Center partnered with Bedsider to create accessible and eye-catching educational materials for young adults. These include charts comparing the effectiveness of birth control and emergency contraceptive methods; a poster explaining IUDs for emergency contraception; and a poster showing the risks of birth control use.
This fact sheet describes the need to reinvigorate contraceptive research and development to achieve the goal of eliminating unmet need for family planning.
This resource from Innovating Education in Reproductive Health is a learner-led, justice-informed curriculum designed to teach clinical learners to consider how systems of power and legacies of structural oppression impact their care for patients.
CME credit is available for this 1-hour video course from TEACH to introduce primary care providers to mifepristone.
This video from California Prevention Training Center helps providers convey the information about HIV positive test results simply and clearly, support the patient’s response to the news, provide information about the benefits of medical care and offer referrals for any additional assistance that may be needed.
HIVE's toolkit for providers of men living with HIV helps them support their patients in achieving their sexual and reproductive health goals.
This toolkit from HIVE helps family planning providers offer HIV prevention services, including PrEP.
This course from California Prevention Training Center includes an overview of social determinants, their relevance to health disparities, and their particular importance in understanding HIV in the US today.
This 20th anniversary report presents the history and achievements of the UZ-UCSF Collaborative Research Programme and Clinical Trials Unit (the Programme), a research collaboration between the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).
This video provides an overview Family AIDS Care and Education Services' (FACES) work in Kenya to provide family-centered, comprehensive, compassionate care, and build the foundation for long-term, sustainable treatment.
HIVE identified best practices and systems change for their multidisciplinary care teams in the perinatal care setting, with the goal of promoting gender-affirming experiences for patients.
This infographic from ANSIRH shows how policies targeting substance use during pregnancy undermine access to health and other supports for pregnant women.
In this USAID-funded Fistula Care Plus webinar, Alison El Ayadi presents results from a study of women's physical and mental health outcomes following fistula repair surgery, and discusses the implications for helping women recover and reintegrate more effectively.
This page has a collection of training videos from the Safe Motherhood Program about its global work to prevent maternal deaths by promoting women's health and human rights.
This brief video demonstrates proper use of the NASG, from application to removal and maintenance.
This video provides an overview of PRONTO International's work to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes by developing sustainable and effective low-tech, high-fidelity obstetric and neonatal emergency simulation training curricula for use in limited-resource settings.