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Use of LARC among U.S. women increased from 2.4% in 2002 to 8.5% in 2009.Learn More

getLARC has created matched pre- and post-surveys to assess changes in resident and faculty knowledge of and experience with LARC devices over time. All getLARC programs complete these surveys as part of our routine evaluation process.

If you are interested in gathering data about LARC knowledge and experience at your family medicine residency program, we would be happy to discuss making our surveys available to you, even if you are not starting a getLARC program. We can also help you with data collection and analysis.

Please contact us at info@getLARC.org for more information.

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