The [Inclusive] Contraception Project

We are a group of UBC medical students passionate about universal access to contraception. Our goal is to highlight diverse perspectives of the challenges in accessing contraception to complement ongoing political advocacy to support a more inclusive publicly funded contraception policy in BC and improve access for all people. 

Your anonymous story can be shared via online survey, telephone, or video chat and may be showcased here on the AccessBC website with consent – your story, your choice. 

We’d love to hear from anyone with a story to tell, but particularly from people with the following lived experiences: rural/remote living, Indigenous, LGBTQ2S+, immigrant/refugee, housing instability, sex industry, disability or chronic illness, youth, intimate partner violence, COVID-19 impact, & men. 

Interview 1

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An urban physician 

Interview 2

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A young, Indigenous woman from a rural community

Interview 3

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A Northern Physician