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Family Planning Journal Club

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Save the Date:  2019-2020 Journal Club Dates!

 

December 4, 2019

February 5  2020

April 8 2020

June 10 2020 

 


Journal Club Presented by: Lisa Hofler, MD

 

Articles:

1. McNicholas 2017 AJOG LARC beyond FDA approved duration.pdf

2. Raine-Bennett 2019 Obstet Gynecol DMPA OCP IUD and fracture.pdf

 

SOP:

1. FP Extended duration LARCs 20170403 EE Finak.docx

 

 

 

 

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May 22, 2019

 

Contacts:

Family Planning Journal Club Coordinator:  Rebecca Medina:  medinar@salud.unm.edu

Family Planning Journal Club Director:  Dr. Gillian Burkhardt:  gburkhardt@salud.unm.edu

 

Family Planning Journal Club email list:

Please contact medinar@salud.unm.edu if you would like to be added to the Family Planning Journal Club email list!

 

Guides for Reviewing Peer Review Articles

ImprovingJournalClubPresentations.pdf

 Approach to Critical Appraisal of Journal Club Articles.doc

https://casp-uk.net/casp-tools-checklists/

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Family Planning Journal Club Archives

 

 

Monday October 28, 2019

Same day 2nd trimester 

 

Articles

1. Shakir-Reese_Contraception 2019_Miso vs miso_dilpan 2nd tri.pdf

2. Blum_Contraception 2019_MedAB Nepal.pdf

 

 

Tuesday August 27, 2019

ECHO Trial Results

 

Articles:

1. Baeten 2019_ECHO trial.pdf

2. Noguchi 2019_How do we listen to ECHO.pdf

3. Polis 2016_HIV and DMPA systematic review.pdf

 

Supplemental readings for those interested (Do NOT need to read these for the journal club)

1. WHO 2017 Guidance on HIV and hormonal contraception.pdf

2 .Tepper 2017 CDC HIV and hormonal contraception update.pdf

 

 

 

 

Wednesday May 22, 2019

A review of two RTCs: Self-administration of DMPA and antibiotics for miscarriage management

 

Articles:

1. Lissauer_nejm2019.pdf 

2. Kohn_Contraception 2018.pdf

 

 

Wednesday March 20, 2019

New Considerations in Abortion Care

 

Articles:

1. Hsia_Contracption 2019_Fetomaternal hemorrhage D&E.pdf

2. Whitehouse_OBGYN 2019_Oxytocin D&E.pdf

3. Mark_Contraception 2019_NAF Rh policy.pdf

 

 

Wednesday January 23. 2019

Contraceptive Counseling and Coercion

 

Articles:

1. Nikolajski_Women's Health Issues.pdf

2. Fox_Am Jour Preven Med 2018.pdf

3. Brandi_Contraception 2018.pdf

 

 

Monday December 3. 2018

Management of Molar Pregnancy

 

Articles:

1. Coyle GynOnc Molar surveillance.pdf

2. Second Curettage for Low risk GTN.pdf

 

 

 

Monday October 1, 2018

Topic: Birth Control since 1970: What role for LARC?

 

Articles:

1. Pill_as_Lifestyle_Drug_AJPH.pdf

2. From breakthrouh to bust The brief life of Norplant_JWH.pdf

3. The social construction of a contraceptive technology_Norplant_STHV.pdf

 

 

Wednesday June 13, 2018

Topic:  The "Domestic Gag Rule"

 

Articles:

1. Background information on the new “domestic gag rule”:

https://www.aclu.org/blog/reproductive-freedom/abortion/trump-administration-aims-gut-family-planning-program-primarily

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2018/06/texas-trump-title-x/561905/

 

2. Background information on the new “global gag rule”:

https://www.guttmacher.org/gpr/2017/06/when-antiabortion-ideology-turns-foreign-policy-how-global-gag-rule-erodes-health-ethics

https://pai.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/WYN2K-10.5.pdf

 

3. And for those who want more in-depth information on impact of the global gag rule:

http://www.genderhealth.org/files/uploads/change/publications/Prescribing_Chaos_in_Global_Health_full_report.pdf

 

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Thursday March 8, 2018

Topic:  Postpartum Sterilization

 

Articles:

1. Arora_Contraception_Medicaid &PP Sterilization.pdf

2. Natavio_Contraception_Sertilization Consent.pdf

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Thursday January 18, 2018

Topic:  Breast Cancer and Hormonal Contraception

 

1Mørch et al 2017 NEJM.PDF

2. Hunter 2017 NEJM.PDF

3.Iversen et al. 2017 Am J Obstet Gynecol.pdf

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Topic:  Second Trimester Medical Abortion

 

1.Pongsatha.JOGR.2013.pdf

2. Abbas.OG.2016.pdf

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Topic:  TelAbortion and other strategies to demedicalize MA

  1.   Grossman_OBGYN 2017.pdf
  2. Aiken.BMJ.2017.pdf  
  3. Bracken_Contraception_2014.pdf  

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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Topic:  Special Session Book Club

  1.   Jail Care: Finding the Safety Net for Women Behind Bars, by Carolyn Sufrin, MD, PhD

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Topic:  Care for Female Athlete Triad

  1.   Female Athlete Triad.pdf
  2.   Review-Ghoch et al.pdf

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Thursday, April 20, 2017 

Topic:  IUDs:  Things to Consider - Infection & Timing of Placement 

  1.   two wk pp IUD zerden.pdf  - Presented by Sara Thorp, MD, MCH Fellow
  2.   Turok- Assessment of pelvic infection.pdf

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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Topic:     LARC use beyond FDA-approved duration

1.  McNicholas 2015 Obstet Gynecol LARC one year past expiration.pdf

2.  Rowe 2016 Contraception LNG and Cu for 7 years.pdf

3.  Ali 2016 Hum Reprod ENG Implant to 5 years.pdf

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November 16, 2016

Topic:  Medical abortion and same-day contraception

1.  DMPA and MAB.pdf

2.  Implant and MAB.pdf

3.  Implant and MAB[2].pdf

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September 22, 2016

Topic:  Cervical Preparation and Induction of Labor in the 2nd Trimester

1.  Mifepristone_and_Oral,_Vaginal,_or_Sublingual.4.pdf

2.  Mifepristone_Followed_by_Misoprostol_or_Oxytocin.13.pdf

3.  Cervical ripening in scarred uterus second trimester.pdf

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July 14, 2016

Topic:  

1.  Contraception After Delivery and Short Interpregnancy Intervals Among Women in the US.pdf - Presented by Carrie Griffin, MCH Fellow

2.  Ensuring_Access_to_Safe,_Legal_Abortion_in_an.24.pdf - Presented by Lauren Thaxton, 

3.  Reductions in pregnancy rates in teh USA with LARC (Lancet).pdf - Presented by Lily Bayat, MD, MPH - Family Planning Fellow

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June 1, 2016

Topic:  Reproductive Autonomy and the Promotion of LARC Methods

  1. Beyond Coercion:  Let us Grapple with Bias
  2. Projections and opinions from 100 experts in long-acting reversible contraception
  3. Women or LARC First?  Reproductive Autonomy and the Promotion of Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Methods

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March  24, 2016

Topic: Miscarriage diagnosis and management.

Articles:

  1. Diagnostic Criteria for Nonviable Pregnancy Early in the First Trimester
  2. A Randomized Trial of Progesterone in Women with Recurrent Miscarriages
  3. Trying to Conceive After an Early Pregnancy Loss

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February 4, 2016

Topic:   Bilateral Tubal Ligation (BTL)

Articles:            

  1. Comparison of modified Pomeroy tubal ligation and Filshie clips
  2. Techniques for the interruption of tubal patency for female sterilization (Cochrane review)
  3. Risk of pregnancy after tubal sterilization: Findings from the US Collaborative Review of Sterilization

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October 29, 2015

1.  Cervical_Preparation_Before_Dilation_and.21.pdf

2.  Short_Term_Treatment_of_Bothersome_Bleeding_for.9.pdf

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July 20, 2015

1.  Manual_Compared_With_Electric_Vacuum_Aspiration.19[3].pdf

2.  early med abo.pdf

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Monday, May 18, 2015

1.  implant beyond 3 yrs.pdf - Presented by Emily Schneider, MD and Lizzi Clark, MD

2.   LNG v CuT380 IUD for 7 years-Sivin-Contraception-1991.pdf - Presented by Mary Beth Sutter, MD

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Monday, March 23, 2015

1.  Fertility UAE abortion.pdf

2.  Impact UAE fertility.pdf

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January 21, 2015

1.  STIs IUDs sufrin.pdf - Emily Schneider and Jodi Parungao

2. IUD checklist.pdf - Suzanne Andrews

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November 6, 2014

1.  Erikson origin of ovarian cancer.pdf -- Dr. Andrew Dale to present with Dr. Theresa Rutledge

2. CreninEditSalpingect.pdf  --  Dr. Meredith Warden will review 

3.  Metanalysis Tubal Ov Cancer.pdf  -- Dr. Neha Bhardwaj will present

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September 17, 2014

1.  OCP and BreastCancer.pdf - Neha Bhardwaj to present

2.  Epidemiologic_Research_Using_Administrative.3-2.pdf  - Emily Schneider to present

3.  Soini - Cancer risk LNG IUS - 2014_1.pdf -- Mary Beth Sutter to present

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July 16, 2014

1.  Reducing Postoperative Pain After Tubal Ligation with Rings or Clips.pdf

2.  Predicting Painful or Difficult IUD Insertion in Nulligravid Women.pdf

3.  New England Journal of Medicine - Editorial on Hobby Lobby.pdf

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January 15, 2014

1.  Twenty_Four_Month_Continuation_of_Reversible.22.pdf

2.  Relationship_Between_Ultrasound_Viewing_and.99607.pdf

 

Thousands of pregnant women pass through our nation’s jails every year. What happens to them as they carry their pregnancies in a space of punishment? In this time when the public safety net is frayed, incarceration has become a central and racialized strategy for managing the poor. Using her ethnographic fieldwork and clinical work as an ob-gyn in a women’s jail, Carolyn Sufrin explores how jail has, paradoxically, become a place where women can find care.

 

Focusing on the experiences of incarcerated pregnant women as well as on the practices of the jail guards and health providers who care for them, Jailcare describes the contradictory ways that care and maternal identity emerge within a punitive space presumed to be devoid of care. Sufrin argues that jail is not simply a disciplinary institution that serves to punish. Rather, when understood in the context of the poverty, addiction, violence, and racial oppression that characterize these women’s lives and their reproduction, jail has, tragically, become a safety net for women on the margins of society.

Thousands of pregnant women pass through our nation’s jails every year. What happens to them as they carry their pregnancies in a space of punishment? In this time when the public safety net is frayed, incarceration has become a central and racialized strategy for managing the poor. Using her ethnographic fieldwork and clinical work as an ob-gyn in a women’s jail, Carolyn Sufrin explores how jail has, paradoxically, become a place where women can find care.

 

Focusing on the experiences of incarcerated pregnant women as well as on the practices of the jail guards and health providers who care for them, Jailcare describes the contradictory ways that care and maternal identity emerge within a punitive space presumed to be devoid of care. Sufrin argues that jail is not simply a disciplinary institution that serves to punish. Rather, when understood in the context of the poverty, addiction, violence, and racial oppression that characterize these women’s lives and their reproduction, jail has, tragically, become a safety net for women on the margins of society.

Thousands of pregnant women pass through our nation’s jails every year. What happens to them as they carry their pregnancies in a space of punishment? In this time when the public safety net is frayed, incarceration has become a central and racialized strategy for managing the poor. Using her ethnographic fieldwork and clinical work as an ob-gyn in a women’s jail, Carolyn Sufrin explores how jail has, paradoxically, become a place where women can find care.

 

Focusing on the experiences of incarcerated pregnant women as well as on the practices of the jail guards and health providers who care for them, Jailcare describes the contradictory ways that care and maternal identity emerge within a punitive space presumed to be devoid of care. Sufrin argues that jail is not simply a disciplinary institution that serves to punish. Rather, when understood in the context of the poverty, addiction, violence, and racial oppression that characterize these women’s lives and their reproduction, jail has, tragically, become a safety net for women on the margins of society.

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