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National Abortion Federation (NAF) 45th Annual Meeting

May 2nd, 2022

A panel session, “Is Less More? A Critical Reappraisal of Medication Abortion Follow-up”, was selected for NAF’s 45th Annual Meeting in Florida.

In this 90-minute session, panelists engaged the audience in a facilitated discussion on follow-up methods with the notion that one size does not fit all and addressed the anxieties of continuing, incomplete, and ectopic pregnancies with a new, fresh perspective, informed by the changes in services during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Attracting a large crowd, the session aimed to inspire innovative service delivery and shift collective values toward increased autonomy in medication abortion, as well as other person-centered measures of cost and convenience.

Session chair
Klaira Lerma
| The University of Texas at Austin

These pills have legs
| Beverly Winikoff | Gynuity Health Projects
Who is follow-up for?
Provider perspective | Paul Blumenthal | Stanford University
Innovation is vital (a)
| Roopan Gill | Vitala & The University of British Colombia
Who is follow-up for? Client perspective | Whitney Arey | The University of Texas at Austin