7th ESC Seminar - Contraceptive practice in Europe: differences in availability and accessibility. Budapest, Hungary 12-13 September 2003

Selected powerpoint presentations presented at the 7th seminar of the European Society of Contraception October 12-13, 2003, Budapest, Hungary

You will also find here 5 presentations in Hungarian language!

Contraceptives in Europe, accessibility and availability (994kB) - Lech M, Poland 

Should OC be OTC? (467kB) - A.Yeshaya, Israel 

What about men? (82,5kB) - Savelieva I, Russia 

Community based services (134,5kB) - Ozalp S, Turkey 

Abortions in Europe, accessibility and availability (575,5kB) - Pinter B, Slovenia

Characteristics and history of women having repeat abortions (306,5kB) - Savelieva I, Russia 

Medical abortions at home? (336,5kB) - E.Aubény, France 

Emergency contraception in Europe, accessibility and availability (123kB) - E.Aubény, France 

Reduction of abortions following emergency contraception? (188kB) - Apter D, Finland 

Prevalence, accessibility and availability of IUD in Hungary (838kB) - Batár I, Hungary 

Emergency contraception in Hungary (225,5kB) - Bartfai G, Hungary 

Strategies used to enhance acceptability of emergency contraception (45,5kB) - Lech M, Poland 

STI testing in Europe,  accessibility and availability (306kB) - Sziller I, Hungary 

The advantages of a fully integrated service (2,245mB) - Bigrigg A, United Kingdom 

Should STI testing be available at the same time as emergency contraception? (345kB) - Webb A, United Kingdom 

Emergency contraception: the Hungarian experience (608kB) - Veszprémi B, Hungary

NEXT PRESENTATIONS ARE IN THE HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE!! 

Prevalence of contraceptive methods in Hungary  (263kB) - Kamaras F, Hungary 

Emergency contraception: the Hungarian experience (808kB) - Veszprémi B, Hungary 

Extended use of oral hormonal contraception: contraceptive and non-contraceptive benefits (142kB) - Keresztúri A, Hungary 

Preventive measures, STI and the popularity of condom use among Hungarian couples (324kB) - Mészáros Gy, Hungary 

Cost of contraception and abortion in Hungary (1,107mB) - Berbik I, Hungary

                                                                                                                                             

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The content of the presentations doesnot automatically express the opinion of the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health (ESC).

All presentations were up to date at the time of the presentations. Be always aware of the scientific progress after the moment of the presentations.

No liability shall be taken either by the contributors to the content of the presentations or by the ESC.

 

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