Nikki

Pacific Women's Health Institute

Nikki is the winner of Pharmacy Access Partnership and Rewire’s essay contest, "Got Plan B? Why access to Plan B emergency contraception is important," open to young people 14-24 years of age.

Pharmacy Access Partnership, now a program of the Pacific Women’s Health Initiative, was established in 1999.
Its purpose is to expand consumer access to contraceptive commodities
and reproductive health services in pharmacies, and to give pharmacies
a stronger role in promoting community health. Pharmacy Access
Partnership, a leader in this emerging field, works to:

  • Develop and facilitate new policies
  • Advance new practices in pharmacies and clinics
  • Create more educational opportunities for consumers in pharmacies
  • Promote greater public awareness.

 


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Got Plan B? Why Access to EC Is Critical

Nikki

In honor of the Back Up Your Birth Control with Emergency Contraception (EC) Campaign, Pharmacy Access Partnership and Rewire teamed up to launch an essay contest open to young people 14-24 years of age. Read the winning entry!

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