ThinkWell at ICFP 2022
11 November 2022
DECEMBER 2022 UPDATE
Two of the posters that Technical Advisor Geminn Apostol presented were honored with best poster awards at the conference. Click the links below to find the posters:
Mapping the Complex and Multiple Financing Roles and Expenditure Flows for Family Planning (FP) in the Philippines: A nationwide study from 2018-2019
Challenges to Achieving Contraceptive Self-Reliance in Devolved Health Systems: Insights from the Philippines, Indonesia, and Kenya
In November 2022, members of the ThinkWell team participated in the International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP).
This is the world’s largest gathering of family planning (FP) and reproductive health professionals. Over the years, ICFP has “grown into a platform for researchers, advocates, governments, and communities; a movement towards achieving access to family planning for all; and a growing community guided by the spirit of partnership, inclusivity, innovation, and scientific rigor.
“As the larger family planning community looks ‘beyond 2020’ to realign [global] goals and reposition for the future of family planning, ICFP 2022 will be a strategic benchmark as the community prepares to recommit to a goal of universal access by 2030.”
ThinkWell at ICFP
Members of the ThinkWell team from an array of projects led several oral presentations, as well as satellite and poster sessions.
Dr. Marie-Jeanne Offosse gave two oral presentations as part of a larger panel session. One presentation covered the costs and demands for family planning in Burkina Faso; the other offered health care provider perspectives on free family planning services. From ThinkWell Philippines, Geminn Apostol led a session on how to expand family planning access through public-private health care provider networks in the Philippines.
Other members of the ThinkWell team presented at ICFP include Sarah Straubinger who gave an oral presentation titled “Understanding family planning counseling for Burkinabé women: Study results to confirm the quality-of-care measures for routine service monitoring,” the result of a 27-country global desk review.
Edward Sutanto of ThinkWell also presented findings from a study on “experience, perception, and preference among Indonesian contraceptive users.” A ThinkWell learning partner, Dr. Pip, of University of Philippines Visayas, led oral presentations and poster sessions on our family planning work in Indonesia and the Philippines. For a more detailed list, please see below.
Our team and partners participated in an insightful, inspiring, and exciting ICFP 2022!
|ICFP647||Rapid landscape review of challenges to successful engagement of private FP providers in public purchasing schemes||7. Expanding Access to Family Planning||Sarah Straubinger||Tuesday, November 15, 3:30-5:30pm, poster session 3 in PEACH Pre-function Area|
|ICFP4047||Challenges encountered by devolved health systems in achieving Contraceptive Self-Reliance: Insights from the Philippines, Indonesia, and Kenya||1. Universal Health Coverage and Family Planning||Geminn Apostol||Tuesday, November 15, 12:30-2:30pm, poster session 2 in PEACH Pre-function Area|
|ICFP4030||Primary Health Care in the Time of COVID-19 in the Provinces of Antique and Guimaras, Western Visayas, Philippines||16. Impact of COVID-19 on Family Planning and Reproductive Health||Dr. Pip/UPVFI||Tuesday, November 15, 12:30-2:30pm, poster session 2 in PEACH Pre-function Area
|ICFP680||Experience, Perception, and Preference among Indonesian Contraceptive Users after the Implementation of its National Health Insurance System: A Qualitative Study||1. Universal Health Coverage and Family Planning||Edward Sutanto||Wednesday, November 16, 10:00-12pm, poster session 2 in PEACH Pre-function Area
|ICFP2299||Mapping the complex and multiple financing roles and expenditure flows for Family Planning (FP) in the Philippines: A nationwide study from 2018-2019||1. Universal Health Coverage and Family Planning||Geminn Apostol||Wednesday, November 16, 12:30-2:30pm, Poster session 5 in PEACH Pre-function Area|
|ICFP2532||The costs and demands for delivering free family planning services: lessons from Burkina Faso’s Gratuité policy||1. Universal Health Coverage and Family Planning||Marie-Jeanne Offosse||Tuesday, November 15, 4:15-5:35pm, in room PEACH_Pattaya1
|ICFP2551||Health care provider perspectives on the free family planning services policy: Lessons from Burkina Faso||3. Demand Generation, Social Norms and Behavior Change||Marie-Jeanne Offosse||Tuesday, November 15, 4:15-5:35pm, in room PEACH_Pattaya1|
|ICFP2509||Understanding family planning counseling for Burkinabé women: Study results to confirm the quality-of-care measures for routine service monitoring||6. Improving Quality of Care||Sarah Straubinger||Tuesday, November 15, 10:15-11:35 in room PEACH_Pattaya15|
|ICFP1102||Indonesia Family Planning Fund Flow Analysis: Assessing the Contribution of Universal Health Coverage||In progress||Amirah/UGM||Tuesday, November 15, 11:50-1:10pm, in room PEACH_Pattaya14|
|ICFP2693||Factors Influencing the Readiness and Willingness of Private Family Planning (FP) providers in joining Public-Private Health Care Provider Networks (HCPN) in the Philippines||7. Expanding Access to Family Planning||Geminn Apostol||Thursday, November 17, 10:15-11:35am, in room Beach Hotel Royal Summit Chamber A|