Finley Baba is a Project Manager involved in ANSIRH’s body of work around expanding access to medication abortion through methods of alternative provision including pharmacy dispensing. Finley has been at ANSIRH since 2016 and has expertise in data management and survey design and programming. She has an international background and is also involved in research around abortion policy and health professionals’ attitudes and willingness to provide abortion in Chile. Finley is passionate about reproductive health equity and how people access healthcare and abortion services especially in restrictive policy settings. She is committed to work around diversity, equity, and inclusion and is part of ANSIRH’s DEI strategy group. Ms. Baba studied Public Health and Latin American Studies at Tulane University and received her MPH from Tulane in 2015.
March 10, 2021
Grossman D, Baba F, Kaller S, Biggs MA, Raifman S, Tanvi Gurazada, Rafie S, Averbach S, Meckstroth KR, Micks EA, Berry E, Raine-Bennett T, Creinin MD. Medication abortion with pharmacist dispensing of mifepristone. Obstetrics & Gynecology. March 2021; [Epub ahead of print].
December 14, 2020
Casas L, Freedman LR, Ramm A, Correa S, Baba CF, Biggs MA. Chilean medical and midwifery faculty's views on conscientious objection for abortion services. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. December 2020; 46(1):25-34.
September 1, 2020
Ramm A, Casas L, Correa S, Baba CF, Biggs MA. "Obviously there is a conflict between confidentiality and what you are required to do by law": Chilean university faculty and student perspectives on reporting unlawful abortions. Social Science & Medicine. September 2020; 261(2020),113220.
May 24, 2020
Biggs MA, Casas L, Ramm A, Baba CF, Correa S. Medical and midwifery students' views on the use of conscientious objection in abortion care, following legal reform in Chile: A cross-sectional study. BMC Medical Ethics. May 2020; 21:42.
March 30, 2020
Casas L, Ramm A, Correa S, Biggs MA. Medical and midwifery student attitudes toward moral acceptability and legality of abortion, following decriminalization of abortion in Chile. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare. March 2020; 24(2020):100502.