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IMPT Resource Hub


Non-Hormonal Contraceptive MPTs: Strategic Action Areas


This is an invitation-only breakout session taking place on Tuesday, Nov. 5 at Noon – 1 p.m. Lunch will be provided. Facilitators include Bethany Young Holt and Anke Hemmerling of the Initiative for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (IMPT).

If you are interesting in participating and have not received an invitation, please reach out to Bethany Young Holt at byh@cami-health.org, or find her in-person at the meeting. Due to room capacity for this breakout session, space is limited to 45 participants.

Below are resources to help with the discussion:

Young Holt B, Dellplain L, Creinin MD, Peine KJ, Romano J, Hemmerling A. A strategic action framework for multipurpose prevention technologies combining contraceptive hormones and antiretroviral drugs to prevent pregnancy and HIV. The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care. 24 September 2018. View article.

Hunter L, Nelson L, Chow J, Young Holt B, Bauer H. Contraceptive method use and chlamydia positivity among California family planning clients: The case for new multipurpose prevention technologies. Journal of Women’s Health. 1 June 2018. View article.

Gottlieb SL, Deal CD, Giersing B, Rees H, Bolan G, Johnston C, Timms P, Gray-Owen SD, Jerse AE, Cameron CE, Moorthy VS, Kiarie J, Brouthet N. The global roadmap for advancing development of vaccines against sexually transmitted infections: Update and next steps. Vaccine. Volume 34, Issue 26. 3 June 2016. View article.

Harrison, PF, Hemmerling A, Romano J, Whaley K, and Young Holt B. Developing Multipurpose Reproductive Health Technologies: An Integrated Strategy. AIDS Research and Treatment. 28 February 2013. View article.