UH Med Now
University of Hawaii medical school seeking women on O’ahu to participate in an innovative contraceptive study
The University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa is pleased to have an opportunity to be part of an innovative study that will provide women with access to a novel oral contraceptive pill. Women on Oʻahu over the age of 16 may be a part of this study. Those who enroll will receive no-cost birth control and financial reimbursement for their time. Participating in a clinical trial can be a great way for women to be part of scientific advancement and discovery and improve the health for all women.
Faculty MDs encourage women 16 and over who are interested in hearing more about this study to contact them via email, text, or phone. Participants will be reimbursed up to $350 for their time.
Learn more about the study itself HERE.
Contraceptive options are needed
Though there’s been a push by many national organizations to increase the use of long acting reversible contraceptives like the IUD and contraceptive implant, birth control pills continue to be the most commonly used birth control method in the United States.
About the JABSOM Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women’s Health