Which are the most important family planning research findings that should be put into practice? Authors for an upcoming Population Reports issue on the topic invite you to vote for the top three findings from a list of seven. For example, WHO recommends that family planning clients receive up to a year’s supply of pills, or as many pill packs as feasible, at the first visit. Research finds that women who get a full year’s supply of pills are more likely to use the method effectively, without interruption. This practice is rare in many countries, however. Have a more urgent finding that should become a practice? Vote and then write a comment on INFO’s Blog.