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FHI 360 will be represented at ICFP 2011 by four posters and 36 oral presentations. Staff will also be hosting 3 auxiliary sessions and a booth in the exhibition hall. Below you will find a complete list of presentations, with select presentations available to download.

Wednesday, November 30

9:30 – 11:00am
Dawn Chin-Quee | Delivering Contraceptive Services: Clients and Providers | C12
Kelly L’Engle
| Family Planning and Young People: What We Know and Where We Can Improve | Salon Brun

11:30am – 1:00pm
Léonard Kagabo | Factors Influencing Vasectomy and Condom Use | Auditorium
Kate Plourde
| Family Planning in a Digital World: Using Technology to Promote Family Planning Among Young People | Salon Brun

2:00 – 3:30pm
Kelly L’Engle | mHealth for Family Planning | C06
Joy Cunningham
| Start a Revolution: Harnessing the Power of Social Media to Further the Abuja Call to Action | Salon Brun
John Stanback | Depo-subQ in Uniject: Long Road to a Game-Changer | Auditorium

4:00 – 5:30pm
Alice Olawo | Task Shifting for Family Planning | C12

6:00 – 9:00pm
What’s next? Maintaining the Focus on Youth after Dakar
This meeting will focus on young people’s sexual and reproductive health needs and their implications for the field of family planning.
Location: Salon Brun (Floor -1)

Thursday, December 1

Poster Presentations
Rose Masaba | Access to Contraception for Young Women Seeking Post-abortion Care Services
Stella Mujaya | From pilot to reality: applying scale-up principles to foster the national expansion of integrated family planning and HIV care and treatment in Tanzania

9:30 – 11:00am
Ward Cates | Hormonal Contraception and HIV Acquisition: What We Know, What We Need to Know and How We Need to Know | Auditorium
Usman Gwarzo | Family Planning and HIV/AIDS | Auditorium
Aurélie Brunie | Satisfying Unmet Need Salon | Saint Louis
Susan Adamchak | Innovative Analytic Tools for Family Planning | Salon Ziguinchor
Eva Canoutas | Advocacy and Supply of Family Planning Resources | C12
Bitra George | Dynamics of IUD Delivery and Use | Salon Vert

11:30am – 1:00pm
Sharmila Jadhav | Meeting Family Planning Needs of High-Risk Population | Auditorium
Shanthi Noriega | Minichiello Meeting Family Planning Needs of High-Risk Population | Auditorium
Elizabeth Tolley | Fertility Preferences: Realities and Prospects | Salon Saint Loui
Elizabeth Ndakidemi | Tools for Assessing Family Planning Program Impact | Salon Ziguinchor
Mohamed Diadhiou | Family Planning in Francophone Africa | C12

2:00 – 3:30pm
Rabi Abdul-Hadi | Translating Results into Action | B12
Baker Maggwa | What’s in Your Toolbox? State-of-the-Art Planning and Advocacy Tools for Family Planning | C106
Dawn Chin-Quee | Revitalizing the EC Agenda: Identifying Opportunities, Gaps and Barriers to Emergency Contraception Access in Developing Countries | Salon Vert

4:00 – 5:30pm
Rose Wilcher | Meeting the Contraceptive Needs of Women and Couples with HIV: Is Family Planning/HIV Integration the Answer? | Auditorium
John Stanback | Innovating for Family Planning | C06
Odongo Odiyo | Harnessing the Potential of the Private Sector for Family Planning | C106

6:30 – 7:30pm
A Participatory Discussion on the Science and Practice of Research-to-Practice
This session will provide insights into the barriers to, facilitators of, and promising practices for successfully translating FP evidence into practice.
Location: B05 (Main Floor )

7:30 – 9:30pm
Making Mobile Connections: Discussing mHealth for FP/RH
This session will provide an opportunity for individuals to informally share their experiences in using mobile phones to support FP/RH programs, discuss the available evidence, identify promising practices as well as gaps in the field, and network across countries.
Location: B12 (Main Floor)

Friday, December 2

Poster Presentations
Alice Olawo
| Enhancing community–based family planning in Kenya
Susan Adamchak | Measuring FP-HIV Integration: What Can We Learn from Current Health Information Systems?

9:30 – 11:00am
Rose Masaba | Family Planning: Working Through the Private Sector | Auditorium
Karen Katz | Contraceptive Needs Among HIV-Infected Persons | B05
Holly Burke | “Get Me the Data”: Strengthening and Using the Evidence Base for Gender Equality and FP/RH Programs | C05
Kristen Kreuger | Scaling Up the Community-Based Access to Injectable Contraception: Different Paths for Increasing Access | C06
Stella Mujaya | Family Planning Vouchers and Private Providers | B12
Lisa Dulli | Delivering Family Planning Post-Partum | Salon Vert
Christine Lasway | Financing Family Planning: Everyone’s Share | B12

2:00 – 3:30pm
David Hubacher | Contraceptive Needs Among Adolescents | Salon Saint Louis
Reuben Mbewe | Community-based Models for Family Planning Access | C12
Kate Rademacher | Integrating Family Planning with Child Health Care | Salon Vert
Lucy Wilson | The Rocky Road to Scaling Up: Pitfalls and Lessons Learned | Salon Ziguinchor
Laneta Dorflinger |
Sino-implant (II):  Global introduction of a low-cost, highly effective contraceptive implant