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Closing with the session: Collateral Damage: Graduate Medical Education in Post-Dobbs US

Where you train is where you work. Half of physicians stay in the states where they do their residency, so there is unlikely to be spontaneous sharing of abortion knowledge across communities. Healthcare inequities will continue to rise.

While this panel will focus on medical specialities, including OBGYNS and FM residents who are some of the most diverse subspecialties, there are so many trainees impacted by abortion restrictions including @ACNMmidwives and @GeneticCouns not to mention Pediatric and EM

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Next up: Is less more? A critical appraisal of medication abortion follow up with @VitalaGlobal @uoftobgyn @Stanford @Gynuity @UTAustin and Alamo Women's Health Clinic in Albuquerque

Mifepristone approval/access has grown in so many ways:
- Globally access improved
- Indications for use expanded
- Methods of delivery expanding (telemedicine, meds by mail)

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In Europe, Germany had the lowest uptake of medication abortion. This might be due to low reimbursement for simple and safe care in Germany and medication abortion is so safe!

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Patient Confidentiality as a Reproductive Justice Issue session by @prhdocs and @ifwhenhow

Speaker Alejandra Pablos shares her story #KeepAleFree and encourages others to do so too through @AbortionStories. She says her story of fighting deportation, being detained and says that fighting for abortion rights are an intuitive extension of her goals and values.

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Dr. Perritt @Reprorightsdoc encourages the audience to center on their own positionality. We focus on disclosures in medicine, but positionality - where we grew up, who we are, how the world sees us - are probably more important in framing our actions.

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Today's closing session is entitled Hablamos EspaƱol: Why Language & Culture Matters in Family Planning

Speakers are from @PPFA where they lead the strategy and content that aims to to increase inclusivity and culturally appropriate care among Spanish speaking populations

They recognize that this is a HUGE task because of the immense diversity among Latinx populations. However, they report that language can be unifying across these cultural differences.

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Kyle Latack, MD from @UMichOBGYN_Res speaking about Copper v Hormonal IUD breakage reporting with the @US_FDA Adverse Event Registry

@UMichOBGYN_Res @US_FDA Reports of IUD breakage is increasingly common in the media.

They found 170,215 events of which 6,284 represented mechanical breakdown or breakage reports.

These were more frequent among copper IUD with an OR 6.19.

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Now Ci'erra Larsen of @EmoryRollins speaking on Barriers to Abortion Access for Young Southerns: A Qualitative Analysis of @ARC_Southeast


Young people reported financial barriers and overcame these with:
- Selling possessions
- Formal and informal loans
- Short term employment

Young people also reported
- Exhausted social networks for support
- Privacy concerns
- Threats to personal safety

They also reported fear of family separation secondary to their pursuit of healthcare triggering ICE involvement.

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Dr. Henkle: Breast engorgement after 2nd trimester abortion is common, under appreciated and under treated. There is poor evidence for non pharmacologic interventions (cabbage leaves). CABERGOLINE is a safe, well tolerated treatment to prevent this. Downside: COST

There are several important contraindications to cabergoline including hypertension.

Dr. Henkel explains that there is evidence for symptomatic lactogenesis as early as 16w, but for the study they restricted to >18w

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Now Erika Levi talking about an study of immediate postpartum contraceptive implant placement and breastfeeding outcomes. #SFP2022
The study was a single arm non inferiority design. Inclusion criteria:
- Desire for implant
- >14 years old
- Live birth >24w
- English or Spanish speaking
The primary measure was "Has your milk come in?"

Primary lactation failure define as a patient who answered the primary measure NO for 5 days postpartum.

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Now Camille Kramer speaking about incarceration and abortion experiences - an important intersection of systems of oppression #SFP2022
They conducted qualitative interviews at jail and prison settings as these represent different populations and tie points in the penitentiary system. #SFP2022
These interviews conducted in a virtual format during COVID - which speaks to their research dedication! #SFP2022
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