Wednesday, July 20 / 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM   •   Auditorium Descartes

Session 69:
Contraception and unplanned pregnancies in the developed countries

Chair: Henri F. Leridon, INSERM

  1. Barriers to contraceptive use in product labelling and practice normsDaniel Grossman, Population Council ; Charlotte Ellertson, Ibis Reproductive Health ; Katrina Abuabara, Independent consultant ; Kelly Blanchard, Ibis Reproductive Health ; Francisco T. Rivas, Independant Consultant

  2. The evolution of unwanted pregnancies and births in France. Methodological questions and interpretationArnaud Régnier-Loilier, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  3. The impact of voluntary abortion on contraceptive trajectoriesCaroline Moreau, INSERM ; Agathe Lamarche Vadel, INSERM ; Nathalie Bajos, INSERM

  4. Planned and unplanned pregnancies in HungaryFerenc Kamarás, Hungarian Central Statistical Office

  5. Contraceptive use and induced abortion in Japan: how is it so unique among the developed countries?Ryuzaburo Sato, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

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