Strategic Communication Framework for Hormonal Contraceptive Methods and Potential HIV-Related Risks
- Aims to guide local efforts to communicate the risks and benefits of hormonal contraceptives among women at risk of, or living with, HIV in an easy-to-understand and comprehensive format.
- Provides a “roadmap” for country adaptation with key audiences, suggested messages & activities/channels.
- Is not a “one size fits all” model, but a foundation to be adapted and expanded upon by countries to create national/ subnational communication strategies tailored to the local context
- Ensures communication activities and outputs are coordinated to achieve agreed-upon goals and objectives
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- Strategic Communication for Hormonal Contraception and HIV: An Evidence Review
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- Hormonal Contraceptive Eligibility for Women at High Risk of HIV: Guidance Statement
- Hormonal Contraceptive Eligibility for Women at High Risk of HIV- FAQs
- Preventing HIV and Unintended Pregnancies: Strategic Framework 2011- 2015
- Considering Progestin-Only Injectables Where HIV Risk Is High: Counseling Tips
- Hormonal Contraception and HIV- Technical Update
- Men's Reproductive Health Curriculum
- Hormonal Contraception and HIV- Webinar
- Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes (ECHO) Study
- Hormonal Contraception and Potential HIV Risks- Frequently Asked Questions
- Hormonal Contraceptives and HIV – An Introductory Fact Sheet
- Adaptation of Hormonal Contraceptive and HIV Communication Strategy in Malawi
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- What Is Up With DMPA And "Grades" For Family Planning?
March 25, 2019