Whoops Proof Webinar
Improving communications about IUDs and the Implant—the words, the images, and the ideas—can have a significant positive impact on young women’s perception of these methods. Groundbreaking new research from the National Campaign and Smart Design, a national leader in human-centered design and innovation, has uncovered nine key insights and opportunities for communicating more effectively with young women about these forms of birth control.
The use of highly effective, low-maintenance methods of birth control—IUDs and the Implant—are on the rise in the United States. Even so, awareness and use of these methods are low compared to other methods; in addition, uptake in the U.S. is significantly less than in many other countries with lower rates of teen and unplanned pregnancy.
Publication date: November 2015