Contraception and HIV: What Do the Evidence and WHO Technical Statement Mean for Programs?
After a brief re-cap of the data and related WHO Technical Statement, speakers addressed what the evidence means for women and for services, and what key stakeholders can do to ensure the guidance is meaningfully put into practice.
More HC HIV resources
- Hormonal Contraception and HIV: Putting New Developments in Context
- Hormonal Contraceptive Eligibility for Women at High Risk of HIV: Guidance Statement
- Hormonal Contraception and HIV- Webinar
- Hormonal Contraception and HIV- Technical Update
- Strategic Communication for Hormonal Contraception and HIV: An Evidence Review
- Family Planning and HIV Service Integration E-Learning Course
- Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes (ECHO) Study
- Understanding ITN Use: What do your Numbers Really Mean?- Webinar
- Hormonal Contraceptive Eligibility for Women at High Risk of HIV- FAQs
- The ECHO Study Report
- Adapting the Framework: The Swaziland Experience
- What Is Up With DMPA And "Grades" For Family Planning?
- Adaptation of Hormonal Contraceptive and HIV Communication Strategy in Malawi
- Hormonal Contraceptives and HIV – An Introductory Fact Sheet
- Hormonal Contraception and Potential HIV Risks- Frequently Asked Questions
March 25, 2019