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Gynuity Health Projects @ the FIGO World Congress 2021

Date
October 29th, 2021

Please join Gynuity staff and colleagues at the FIGO World Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics, which this year takes place online over seven days from October 21, 2021.

SPECIAL SESSION (S070) - INDUCED ABORTION: PUSHING THE LIMITS
Thursday, October 28, 2021
3-4pm (Pacific Daylight Time) / 6pm – 7pm (Eastern Daylight Time) / 11pm-Midnight (British Summer Time)
Organized by: FIGO
Chairs: Beverly Winikoff, USA and Caroline De Costa, Australia

Gynuity president Beverly Winikoff co-chairs a special session and gives a presentation on self-managed and “no-test” abortion. Beverly’s presentation will describe some of the attempts to document the outcomes of medical abortion using non-traditional services that give individuals more agency and require less contact with the medical system. Examples are presented from the US, UK, and Mexico. Registered congress attendees will be able to watch this session live or on-demand.

Self-Managed and “No-Test” Abortion Beverly Winikoff, USA

Expanding the Provider Base to Increase Abortion Access Worldwide Bela Ganatra, Switzerland

Abortion from Very Early to Much Later Kristina Gemzell Danielsson, Sweden

The Continuing Relevance of Vacuum Aspiration in Induced Abortion Nozer Sheriar, India

EPOSTER (PO664) – IMPLEMENTATION OF A TELEMEDICINE MODEL FOR EARLY MEDICAL ABORTION IN MEXICO

An ePoster detailing interim results from TeleAborto, Gynuity’s demonstration project on the use of telemedicine for early medical abortion in Mexico. Our initial analysis demonstrates a high level of satisfaction among participants who come from all of the country’s 32 states. This ePoster will be available to view on-demand on the virtual Congress platform until the end of 2021.

FREE COMMUNICATION – SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS

Medical Abortion via Telemedicine for Women and Adolescents in Moldova
Friday, October 22, 2021
8am - 9am (UK time)

Special Mention: Our colleague Rodica Comendant from the Reproductive Health Training Center presents findings from a study implemented in Moldova in collaboration with Gynuity, which informed a policy decision to incorporate telemedicine services in the national abortion standards.

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