COALITION STATEMENTS 

Reproductive coercion

A consensus statement on reproductive coercion

National Women's Health Strategy 2020-2030

A consensus statement on implementation and monitoring of the National Women's Health Strategy 2020-2030: 'Maternal, sexual and reproductive health' priority area

Contraception-related issues:

Coalition consensus statement on the provision of long-acting reversible contraception during the COVID-19 pandemic

Shortage of norethisterone-containing pills in Australia: Advice for GPs

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Contraceptive method considerations for individuals with active COVID-19 infection: a consensus statement

Provision of emergency contraception: a consensus statement

A consensus statement on 52 mg Levonorgestrel-releasing IUD as emergency contraception: examining the evidence

Abortion-related issues:

Using telehealth to provide early medical abortion during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond: a consensus statement

Evidence-based practice and policy recommendations regarding early medical abortion:
a consensus statement

Nurse and midwife-led provision of mifepristone and misoprostol for the purposes of early medical abortion: a consensus statement

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A consensus statement on publicly funded abortion service provision: a duty of care

A consensus statement on achieving equitable access to abortion care in regional, rural and remote Australia

STATEMENT ON CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Members of the Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health COVID-19 Coalition comprise clinicians, health service providers, advocacy groups, researchers and relevant stakeholders. A full list of members and their affiliations is published on the Coalition website (https://www.spherecre.org/members), which is updated regularly. Some members may have previous or current financial involvement with pharmaceutical companies or may benefit financially from providing sexual and reproductive health services. Conflicts of interest within the Coalition are mitigated by engaging a large number of diverse members who maintain varying interests in sexual and reproductive health care, which serves to minimise the influence of any individuals with a conflict of interest. All members are encouraged to provide their insights and feedback on documents at Coalition meetings or via email. Consensus statements that are produced by the Coalition are only disseminated once they have been ratified by a majority of Coalition members.

For information on the Coalition's process for developing documents, please click here.