These restrictions are especially relevant during the COVID-19 crisis, when hospitals have moved to curtail abortion care as a “nonessential” procedure. 

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Toquinto SM, Berglas NF, McLemore MR, Delgado A, Roberts SCM Pregnant women's acceptability of alcohol, tobacco, and drug use screening and willingness to disclose use in prenatal care July 2020. Women's Health Issues, [ePub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Altman MR, McLemore MR, Oseguera T, Lyndon A, Franck LS Listening to women: Recommendations from women of color to improve experiences in pregnancy and birth care June 2020. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health, [ePub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Upadhyay UD, Lipkovich H Using online technologies to improve diversity and inclusion in cognitive interviews with young people. June 2020. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 20:159.
Cheeks M, Kaller S, Mays A, Biggs MA Provider practices and young women's experiences with provider self-disclosure during emergency contraceptive visits. June 2020. Women's Health Issues, [ePub ahead of print].

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Research category photos: Abortion section photo © Can Stock Photo Inc. / Mark Adams, Rocketclips. Contraception photo © Cindy Chew for ANSIRH. Culture image part of an infographic designed for ANSIRH by Jessica Harrington, with art direction by Kate Giambrone and Julianna Johnson. International photo courtesy Stew and Vee Carrington via Creative Commons license. Policy photo courtesy of Heather Ault (modified and cropped). Turnaway photo © Jana Carrey for ANSIRH.

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ANSIRH is a program within the UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health and is a part of UCSF's Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences.

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