The Hewlett Foundation Blog
December 1, 2013 — By Peter Belden
Peter Belden, writing with Cynthia C. Hopper and J. Joseph Speidel, in Contraception:
Reducing unintended pregnancy requires a multifaceted approach that includes better education about sexuality and contraception, improved access to higher-quality family planning counseling and services, and more affordable methods and services. A transition from contraceptive methods that require continuing motivation and conscientious use to long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC) would markedly reduce unintended pregnancies.