Contraceptive Use Pregnancy Intention and Decisions (CUPID) is a study examining contraceptive use and future plans for pregnancy in women aged 18-23 years. The study aims to improve women’s access to contraception and education services in Australia.
It is important to know how young women use (or don’t use) contraception, where they get contraceptives and how easy it is. In Australia, this information is limited especially for rural and remote areas. Information from CUPID will be used to design education programs and feed into suggestions to health service providers for better access to services.
For more information:
Visit the CUPID website