Webinars

Webinar 3 December 2021

Second trimester aborton
Organised by the International Federation of Abortion and Contraception Professionals (FIAPAC)
(this webinar is supported by Nordic Pharma)

Watch the recording here.

Free for paid-up (2021 and/or 2022) FIAPAC members.
If you are not a FIAPAC member, please arrange your membership first before registering for the webinar.
Click here to go to the online membership form.
The membership fee is 60 euro (2022) or 100 euro (including 2022 and 2023).

Programme

Chairperson: Mirella Parachini (Italy)
FIAPAC Past President - co-fouder of AMICA (Associazione Italiana Medici Contraccezione e Aborto)

Medical and surgical methods of 2nd trimester abortion
Patricia Lohr (UK) - Medical Director and Responsible Officer, Director, Centre for Reproductive Research & Communication, British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS)

2nd trimester abortion: legal barriers and abortion travel in Europe
Silvia De Zordo (Spain) - Senior Researcher - ERC BAR2LEGAB research team, University of Barcelona

Webinar 23 September 2021

Promoting Medical Abortion and LARC in Primary Care: experiences from Australia and Canada
Organised by the International Federation of Abortion and Contraception Professionals (FIAPAC)

Watch the recording here.

Free for paid-up (2021) FIAPAC members.
If you are not a FIAPAC member, please arrange your membership first before registering to watch the recording!
Click here to go to the online membership form.
The membership fee is 60 euro (2021) or 100 euro (including 2022).

Programme

Chairperson: Deborah Bateson (Australia)
Medical Director, Family Planning NSW, University of Sydney, Australia

Supporting abortion as a routine primary care service: an example from Canada - Wendy Norman (Canada)
Chair, Family Planning Public Health Research, Associate Professor, Director of Research Training, Dept of Family Practice, University of British Columbia, Canada

Australian initiatives to enhance primary care provision of sexual and reproductive health services - Danielle Mazza (Australia)
Head, Department of General Practice, School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University, Australia