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Nate Henderson Clinical Assoc Prof Deborah Bateson Loren McDonald

Abstract

There is a need for capacity building of health system workforces in the Pacific, including those providing sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. Ensuring access to high quality SRH services is central to the COVID-19 response. Public health emergencies often put women and girls at an increased risk of unintended pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections and gender-based violence, all at a time when access to SRH services and commodities such as contraception become increasingly limited. This article explores the challenges and opportunities for the delivery of SRH training in Pacific countries which have emerged during COVID-19 and presents a model for delivering training in this new environment.

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Section
Perspectives

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