The Society joins amicus brief in fight against in-person dispensing requirement for mifepristone

In support of driving family planning evidence into policy and practice, the Society has proudly joined the amicus brief filed yesterday in ACOG vs FDA requesting removal of barriers to mifepristone during the COVID-19 pandemicSee the full text of the brief and list of other organizations that have joined here.

The Network’s study, Family planning visits during the COVID-19 pandemic, captures changes in clinical practice as reported by more than [...] READ MORE
The Society of Family Planning (SFP) and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) are proud to announce the 2020 SMFM and SFP [...] READ MORE
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, both Ohio and Arkansas have banned procedural abortion except in cases of emergency. These bans are [...] READ MORE
Oklahoma is just one of the latest states to enact a ban on all abortion procedures. The Society of Family [...] READ MORE
The Society of Family Planning Research Fund is committed to intentionally supporting scholars of color and cultivating new, emerging scholars. [...] READ MORE