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Emergency Contraception Social Media Research Study

You're invited to participate in a new research study on the education of emergency birth control. Seeking female participants ages 18-29 years old who use social media.  This study involves giving feedback on different learning tools and does not require you to use any medication.


18-29 year-old females who use social media at least once a week, and are not using an implant/IUD/sterilization for birth control, may be eligible to participate.

How long? 

Participation involves one 30-60 minute research visit at PPLM in Boston, scheduled at a time convenient for you.


Participants in the study will receive up to $50 in compensation for their time.

Sign Up

Fill out the form below to learn more and find out if you may be eligible or please contact our clinical research staff at 617-629-8603 or via email at [email protected]

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