Pharmacy, Volume 8, Issue 4 (December 2020) – 66 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Pharmacist contraception services are growing in prominence in the United States, with 13 states and jurisdictions now allowing pharmacists to prescribe contraception, also known as pharmacy access to contraception. At least 31 states have introduced legislation allowing for pharmacist contraception services, with many facing significant opposition from policymakers, lobbyists, and interested parties. This commentary addresses commonly encountered arguments opposing pharmacist contraception services. Using evidence from primary literature, publicly available data, and experiences in practice, rebuttals are provided for each argument that can be used by pharmacists, advocates, and other key stakeholders working to introduce or advance policies supporting pharmacist contraception services. View this paper.
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