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Research roundup: December 2019 edition

The month's top research and guidelines on birth control, sexual health, abortion, STIs, and more.

about 2 months ago
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LILETTA now approved for use up to 6 years!

The FDA has extended approval of LILETTA IUDs for up to 6 years of use, research shows they are safe and effective for up to 7 years.

3 months ago
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Research roundup: September 2019 edition

The month's top research and guidelines on birth control, sexual health, abortion, STIs, and more.

5 months ago
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Submit or update information about your clinic listing on Bedsider.org.

7 months ago
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What makes the Liletta IUD different from Mirena?

Here’s what you and your patients should know about these two (very similar) hormonal IUDs.

about 1 year ago
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How to Help People Get the Emergency Contraception (EC) Pills They Need

Barriers to getting EC pills and how you can help.

3 months ago
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Empowering Families in Sexual and Reproductive Health Conversations

Talking with patients and their families about sexual and reproductive health conversations.

4 months ago
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U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable)

Talking with your patients with HIV about their transmission risk.

10 months ago
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Racism in family planning care

Let’s take these steps to ensure that patients of color and poor patients achieve true reproductive health equity within our generation.

over 3 years ago
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Learn more about Bedsider's Method Explorer.

Bedsider uses clear, stylish photographs to showcase every single birth control option in a tabletop view. Then we take it a step further and let patients view them with our own unique filters.
about 1 year ago
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No more fainting in your practice

How to prevent vasovagal syncope in your patients, your friends, your family, and yourself in one simple step.

2 months ago
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Research roundup: October 2019 edition

The month's top research and guidelines on birth control, sexual health, abortion, STIs, and more.

4 months ago
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Starting birth control after using ‘ella’ for EC

Here’s what you need to know to help your patients balance risks and uncertainties related to starting hormonal birth control after ella.

about 3 years ago
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Talking fertility awareness methods with your patients

You may have your doubts about FAM, but what if your patients want to use it?

12 months ago
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Is LARC a silver bullet to end unplanned pregnancy?

Experts weigh in on how many women would use IUDs and implants in the absence of barriers.

over 3 years ago
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Research roundup: November 2019 edition

The month's top research and guidelines on birth control, sexual health, abortion, STIs, and more.

3 months ago
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Why (and how) providers should get consent in the exam room

Using the principles of explicit consent to give patients better care.

11 months ago
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What does respect have to do with birth control counseling?

Being warm and listening to patients can have a big impact.

over 3 years ago
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Your patient has the answer

We can only listen when we create a space for the patient to speak. Your patient is the expert on her life and needs.

12 months ago
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Can premedication make IUD insertion less painful?

Contrary to popular belief, ibuprofen does NOT work.

over 3 years ago

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