Katherine Ehrenreich is a Project Manager for a variety of studies that aim to expand access to medication abortion through alternative methods of provision, including over-the-counter access. Katherine has a background in qualitative research design and analysis, and is interested in people's sexual and reproductive health decision-making experiences. Previously, she worked for Population Services International (PSI) in Laos on program implementation for the Women's Health Project, and as an intern to the World Health Organization's Maternal and Child Health Unit. Katherine received her BA in Anthropology from Macalester College and her MSc in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
March 16, 2021
Raifman S, Biggs MA, Ralph LJ, Ehrenreich K, Grossman D. Exploring attitudes about the legality of self managed abortion in the US: Results from a nationally representative survey. Journal of Sexuality Research and Social Policy. March 2021; [Epub ahead of print].
October 5, 2019
Ehrenreich K, Kriz R, Grossman D. Miscarriage information available on the internet: a content analysis of leading consumer websites. Contraception: X. October 2019; 1(2019):100010.
September 1, 2019
Ehrenreich K, Kaller S, Grossman D. Women's Experiences Using Telemedicine to Attend Abortion Information Visits in Utah: A Qualitative Study. Women's Health Issues. September 2019; Volume 29, Issue 5, Pages 407–413.