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QFP Development

The QFP was developed using a rigorous process consistent with procedures recommended by the Institute of Medicine the US Preventive Services Task Force and international organizations. These procedures emphasize the involvement of external experts, the use of evidence to the extent possible, and transparency in the process of developing the recommendations. The evidence used to prepare the QFP recommendations will be published separately.

"The QFP draw on the best evidence to guide the delivery of the best care," Susan B. Moskosky, Acting Director, Office of Population Affairs

The Quality Family Planning Recommendations (QFP) integrate & fill gaps in other guidelines such as Preconception Guidelines, STD and HIV Guidelines, Contraception Guidelines, and Achieving Pregnancy Guidelines.

QFP integrates and fills gaps in existing guidelines for the family planning settings.

 

Content created by Office of Population Affairs
Content last reviewed on August 25, 2016