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8 November 2023
Chemist checklist

Avoid stigmatising patients who seek emergency contraception

Emergency contraception, often called the 'morning after' pill, is used by individuals to prevent unintended pregnancy. Pharmacists play a crucial role in providing this medication. The timeliness and professionalism of their services are vital, as these medications have limited effectiveness windows. However, the use of intrusive checklists to gather information has been discouraged since 2022, as it can hinder patient care and sensitivity says Griffith University's Denise Hope.

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1 October 2019

‘Morning after’ misleading Schoolies on emergency contraception

Re-think on outdated ‘morning after’ terminology urged after study finds more than 25% of Schoolies believed emergency contraception pill was harmful.

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9 February 2023
Dr Chester Cao, Dr Sarah D’Arcy, Dr Victoria Allan and Dr Steve Ahn,

Team takes out medical prize for IUD research

Dr Sarah D’Arcy, Dr Chester Cao, Dr Steve Ahn, and Dr Victoria Allan along with their supervisor Associate Professor Alireza Ahmadvand investigated how the COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns affected rates of long-acting reversible contraception utilisation.

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17 May 2020

ANZSIL Perspective — Interrogating the Definition of Women Human Rights Defenders

International lawyers love a good crisis, argues Hilary Charlesworth, though this tendency can often impoverish the discipline of international law....

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