Announcing recipients of the contraceptive service delivery awards

The Society of Family Planning Research Fund (SFPRF) is proud to announce the awardees of the Contraceptive service delivery: Capturing innovations responsive to COVID-19 funding opportunity. 

The goal of the award is to answer the question, “What can be learned from the shifts in service delivery responsive to COVID-19 that can advance the delivery of evidence-based clinical care now and in the future?” 
We are proud to announce that the following two projects, well-positioned to respond to that question, will receive funding from SFPRF.

Rapid innovation and adaptation in contraceptive care using telemedicine (RIACCT): Evaluating impact and sustainability at Planned Parenthood of Illinois
Debra Stulberg, MD; University of Chicago

Does telemedicine reimbursement parity improve access to contraception? Evidence from the COVID-19 response
Terri-Ann Thompson, PhD; Ibis Reproductive Health

Please join us in congratulating and celebrating these new awards!

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