Shelly Kaller has been a Senior Research Associate at the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health since 2005, conducting research and evaluation for adolescent and women’s health programs. She currently directs the Health and Reproductive Choices (HeR Choices) Study at ANSIRH, which explores the psychosocial motivations and structural factors that influence women’s contraceptive choices. She is also managing a clinical trial to investigate the feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of the provision of medication abortion via pharmacy dispensing. Ms. Kaller’s experience also includes conducting program evaluation of school-based health center services, HIV/STD prevention education in California public schools, teen pregnancy prevention programs, and school wellness initiatives. Ms. Kaller received her Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, with an emphasis on population and family health.
January 23, 2021
Berglas NF Kimport K Mays A Kaller S Biggs MA. "It's worked well for me": Young women's reasons for choosing lower-efficacy contraceptive methods. January 2021. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, [Epub ahead of print].
December 26, 2020
Wingo E Ralph LJ Kaller S Biggs MA. Abortion method preference among people presenting for abortion care. December 2020. Contraception, [Epub ahead of print].
December 10, 2020
Biggs MA Neilands TB Kaller S Ralph LJ. Developing and validating the Psychosocial Burden among people Seeking Abortion Scale (PB-SAS). December 2020. PLOS One, 15(12):e0242463.
December 1, 2020
Biggs MA Tome L Mays A Kaller S Harper CC Freedman LR. The fine line between informing and coercing: Community health center clinicians' approaches to counseling young people about IUDs. December 2020. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, psrh.12161 [Epub ahead of print].
June 5, 2020
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].
January 28, 2020
Kaller S Mays A Freedman LR Harper CC Biggs MA. Exploring young women’s reasons for adopting intrauterine or oral emergency contraception in the United States: a qualitative study. January 2020. BMC Women's Health, 20:15(2020).