University of California at San Francisco

For A Project To Reduce Unintended Pregnancy In The U.S. By Increasing Supply And Demand For LARC

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for a study on contraception in community colleges in Texas and California  
This grant will support a research project to assess the effectiveness of an intervention to improve access to contraceptive services for young women attending community college in Texas. The project will explore how access to contraceptive services and prevention ofunintended pregnancy can strengthen young women’s confidence in achieving their educational and career aspirations and support them to on-time degree completion and successful entry into the paid labor force.
for support of the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health Research and Policy  
This grant will support the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health at the University of California at San Francisco, which promotes reproductive health, family planning, and the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases through research, evaluation, training, and policy analysis in the United States and globally. The Bixby Center is a leader in bringing together clinical and social science research and disseminating it in forms that reach professional, policy, and lay audiences.
for support of R&D advocacy  
This project will use evidence about current contraceptive technologies and priorities for contraceptive research to advocate for additional and different sources of research funding. Data gathered for this project will enable advocates to build consensus around the importance of, and priorities for, reproductive health research and development.

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