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The AusCAPPS Network

The Australian Contraception and Abortion Primary Care Practitioner Support Network (AusCAPPS) improves equitable access to long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) and early medical abortion (EMA) services in primary care. To support the expansion of best-practice service delivery across Australia, the AusCAPPS Network connects EMA and LARC providers through peer-networking opportunities and access to resources and training.
The network replicates a highly successful Canadian model and connects GPs, nurses and pharmacists with news, resources, practical advice and training on the provision of LARC (including intrauterine devices and implants) and EMA.
Interested in joining AusCAPPS?
We’re inviting general practitioners, practice nurses and community pharmacists working in general practice or primary care to join our network. 
With a recruitment goal of 3,000 participants, our community of practice links leading researchers in contraception and abortion with key industry organisations (national, state-based, government and non-government) to drive innovation and sustainable improvements in these essential services nationwide. 
Benefits of joining AusCAPPS:
  • Connect with GPs, pharmacists and nurses around Australia who also provide LARC and medical abortion services
  • Access training and education opportunities relating to LARC insertion and medical abortion provision
  • Access our expert network and community noticeboards
  • Access resources, guidelines, referral forms and patient handouts
  • Connect with the latest news and research related to LARC and medical abortion 


Recruiting now

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