Search Resources (English): Barrier methods

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Canadian contraception consensus: part 3 of 3

Reviews the statistics on contraceptive use and gives information on the determinants of contraception and various aspects of sexual health.

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Published: 2004
Contraceptive technology & reproductive health series

Provides training modules designed to meet the continuing educational needs of family planning practitioners, program managers, and policymakers in resource-constrained settings.

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Published: 2003
Reversible birth control methods
Provides information on hormonal and non-hormonal reversible methods of birth control (See Details)
Published: 2002
Network: barrier methods
Focuses on actual and potential use of various barrier methods for contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Discuses how male condoms are an effective means of preventing gonorrhea (in men), HIV infection, and unplanned pregnancy among people who are sexually active and need to protect themselves. Also discusses female condom reuse issues and various strategies that offer dual protection against both unplanned pregnancy and STIs. (See Details)
Published: 2003
Network: female barrier methods
Examines female barrier methods including the diaphragm, female condom and spermicides. Talks about how female barrier methods are not as effective in preventing pregnancy, but provide degree of protection against sexually transmitted diseases. (See Details)
Published: 2000
How to use the diaphragm
Describes what a diaphragm is and how it works. Provides instructions on how to properly use a diaphragm. Concludes with a list or important information regarding diaphragms. (See Details)
Published: 2002
Barrier methods of birth control
Briefly describes and lists advantages and disadvantages of barrier methods of birth control. Methods evaluated include male condom, female condom, sponge, Lea's Contraceptive, Spermicides, Diaphram and cervical cap. (See Details)