World Contraception Day
On September 26th, we advocate for universal access to contraception and culturally competent family planning.
Patient-Centered Contraception Counselling
Recognize and understand racial disparities as well as personal values to provide a patient-centered approach.
As a healthcare provider, how can you understand and mitigate these barriers to provide care? As a BIWOC patient, what are your options? How can you get more information about the services and options available to you?
Among the racial disparities in contraception access, racialized youth have been reported to have less knowledge about contraception. As healthcare providers, it’s important to practice cultural humility when counselling racialized youth.