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Advances in Methods of Emergency Contraception
 Overview of methods of Emergency Contraception
– Dr Suneeta Mittal, New Delhi
 Levonorgestrel – A new and effective Emergency Contraceptive
– Dr P C Ho, Hongkong
 Emergency Contraception : Research on Mifepristone
– Dr Helena von Hertzen, Geneva
 Intra-uterine device as a method of Emergency Contraception
– Dr Wu ShangChun, China
Emergency Contraception : Global Activity
 Strategic approach to introduction of fertility regulation technologies
– Dr Peter Fajans, WHO, Geneva
 EC : a step towards making pregnancy safer in the South-East Asia Region
– Dr Rita Thapa, SEARO, WHO
 An evaluation of EC introduction activities in Indonesia
– Dr Peter Fajans, WHO, Geneva
 EC : Introduction to the global scenario
– Dr Suneeta Mittal, AIIMS, New Delhi
Emergency Contraception : Indian Perspective
 Application of family planning technologies in rural areas
– Dr N H Antia, FRCH, Pune
  Constraints in introduction of EC in the National Family Welfare Program
– Dr Chander Puri, IRR, Mumbai
  Profile and perceptions of EC users and providers : AIIMS experience
– Dr Suneeta Mittal, AIIMS, New Delhi
 Emergency contraception – Role of Pariwar Sewa Sanstha
– Dr Sudha Tiwari, PSS, New Delhi
 Looking ahead : Role of Professional Associations
– Dr Farah Usmani, UNFPA, New Delhi
Controversial Issues in EC Introduction : A Debate
 Should Emergency Contraception be widely publicized?
– Dr A Sundaravalli, KMC Hospital, Chennai ; Dr Kamal Hazari, IRR, Mumbai
 Will free availability of EC reduce regular contraceptive use?
– Dr Vatsla Dadhwal, AIIMS ; Dr M M Misro, NIHFW
 Should Emergency Contraception be made available over the counter?
– Dr Nutan Aggarwal, AIIMS ; Dr Amita Suneja, GTB Hospital
  Will easy access to EC undermine morality and responsible sexual behaviour?
– Dr Sujata Singi, AIIMS ; Dr Alka Sinha, AIIMS
Strategies for Introduction of EC in India : Expert Viewpoints
 Moderator’s Comments
– Dr S N Mukherjee, Former Commissioner, (FW), GOI, New Delhi
 FOGSI participation for cause of Emergency Contraception
– Dr Kamini Rao, President, FOGSI
 Role of regulatory bodies
– Dr Ashwini Kumar, DCI, GOI
 Emergency Contraception and the gender concerns
– Dr Mira Shiva, Chief (Policy), VHAI
 Legal and ethical aspects of Emergency Contraception
– Ms Shalini Kumar, Advocate, Supreme Court
  Ethical aspects of introduction of Emergency Contraception
– Dr Gita Ganguli, Specialist, Kolkata
 Role of Communication in the National Program
– Ms Sadhna Shanker, Dy. Secretary (IEC), GOI
 Emergency contraception : Media approach for public awareness
– Dr Anjali Nayyar, Population Council, New Delhi
Abstracts of Studies and Comments by Participants
  Emergency Contraception : Experience from Baroda
– Dr Rohit Bhatt, Baroda
 Contraceptive awareness and acceptance in an Indian Metropolitan city
– Dr Suneeta Mittal, Dr M Lakhatia, Dr S Kumar and Dr Shalini Singh, AIIMS, New Delhi
 Awareness of contraceptive methods in a rural set-up in India
– Dr Alka Verma and Dr Suneeta Mittal, AIIMS, New Delhi
 Knowledge, attitude and practice of EC in the State of Kerala
– Dr P Chandrapal, HRRC, JMC, Trivandrum
 Knowledge, attitude and practice of contraception
– Dr B S Kodkany, HRRC, J N Medical College, Belgaum
 EC : Knowledge and views of general practioners and obstetrician-gynaecologists
– Dr Shalini Singh and Dr Suneeta Mittal, AIIMS, New Delhi
 Providers’ concept of Emergency Contraception
– Dr A K Mondal, Dr A K Chakraborty, Dr P K Kalsar et al, RGK Medical College, Kolkata
 EC : What do healthcare providers know and think about it?
– Dr Manorama Purwar and Dr Suresh Ughade, Govt. Medical College, Nagpur
  Emergency Contraception and women’s health
– Dr Mridula Halan, Lekhika Sangh, New Delhi
 Socio-demographic profile of Emergency Contraception users
– Dr Suneeta Mittal, Dr M Lakhatia and Dr Shalini Singh, AIIMS, New Delhi
 Poviding Emergency Contraception in advance or only when needed ?
– Dr Kamal Hazari, IRR (ICMR) Mumbai
 Contraceptive acceptance following the use of Emergency Contraception
– Dr Suneeta Mittal, Dr M Lakhatia and Dr S Kumar, AIIMS, New Delhi
 Issue-1 : The Dedicated Method of Choice for EC in India
  Issue-2 : Pre-introduction IEC and Media Campaigns for Public Awareness
  Issue-3 : Training of Healthcare Providers
  Issue-4 : Ideal Approach to Introduction and Distribution of EC to the Masses
  Issue-5 : Client Information and counselling for Safe usage of emergency contraception
  Issue-6 : National Monitoring of the Programme

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