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Resources and Info Graphics

1. Lu K, Schellenberg J. Day of action 2022 - Backgrounder - Universal Access to Contraception [Internet]. Canadian Federation of Medical Students. [cited 2023Mar25]. Available from: https://www.cfms.org/what-we-do/advocacy/day-of-action

2.Campaign for free prescription contraception in BC [Internet]. Accessbc. [cited 2023Mar25]. Available from: https://www.accessbc.org/

3.Parenthood P. Birth Control Methods & Options: Types of birth control [Internet]. Planned Parenthood. [cited 2023Mar26]. Available from: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control

4. Black A, Yang Q, Wen SW, Lalonde AB, Guilbert E, Fisher W. Contraceptive use among Canadian women of reproductive age: Results of a national survey. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 2009;31(7):627–40.

5. Vogel L. Canadian women opting for less effective birth control. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2017;189(27).

6. Rice LW, Espey E, Fenner DE, Gregory KD, Askins J, Lockwood CJ. Universal access to contraception: Women, families, and Communities Benefit. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2020;222(2)

 

7. Canadian contraception consensus Chapter 1 contraception in Canada. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 2015;37(10).

8. Ho S. Access to contraceptives care unaffordable for rural, marginalized communities, doctor says [Internet]. CTVNews. CTV News; 2022 [cited 2023Mar26]. Available from: https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/access-to-contraceptives-care-unaffordable-for-rural-marginalized-communities-doctor-says-1.5996678#:~:text=Canada%20is%20one%20of%20the,in%20rural%20and%20marginalized%20communities.

9. Black AY, Guilbert E, Hassan F, Chatziheofilou I, Lowin J, Jeddi M, et al. The cost of unintended pregnancies in Canada: Estimating direct cost, role of imperfect adherence, and the potential impact of increased use of long-acting reversible contraceptives. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 2015;37(12):1086–97.

10. Di Meglio G, Crowther C, Simms J. Contraceptive care for Canadian youth. Paediatrics & Child Health. 2018;23(4):271–7.

11. Motluk A. Birth control often not covered by Canadian insurers. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 2016;188(14):1001–2.

12. Smith SN, Karreman E, Jabs C. Continuation of contraception following termination of pregnancy in a Canadian urban centre. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 2022;44(1).

13. Grac: CART-grac [Internet]. CART. [cited 2023Mar26]. Available from: https://cart-grac.ubc.ca/

14.Indigenous Peoples of Saskatchewan 2021 Census of Canada [Internet]. Government of Saskatchewan. [cited 2023Mar26]. Available from: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/government-data/bureau-of-statistics/population-and-census

15. Health Mof. Free contraceptives [Internet]. Province of British Columbia. Province of British Columbia; 2023 [cited 2023Mar26]. Available from: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/health/health-drug-coverage/pharmacare-for-bc-residents/what-we-cover/prescription-contraceptives

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