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Publications

2017

White K
Stevenson AJ
Hopkins K
Potter JE
Does information about abortion safety affect Texas voters' opinions about restrictive laws? A randomized study. December 2017. Contraception, 96(6):381-387. (Request pdf)
Grindlay K
Seymour JW
Fix L
Reiger S
Keefe-Oates B
Abortion Knowledge and Experiences Among U.S. Servicewomen: A Qualitative Study. November 2017. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, doi:10.1363/psrh.12044. (Request pdf)
Role of Insurance Coverage in Contraceptive Use After Abortion. November 2017. Obstetrics & Gynecology, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Vu K
Rafie S
Grindlay K
Gutierrez H
Pharmacist Intentions to Prescribe Hormonal Contraception Following New Legislative Authority in California. November 2017. Journal of Pharmacy Practice, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Fuentes L
Dennis AJ
A 21st-Century Public Health Approach to Abortion. October 2017. American Journal of Public Health, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Littlejohn KE
Contesting and Differentially Constructing Uncertainty: Negotiations of Contraceptive Use in the Clinical Encounter. October 2017. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Block A
Dehlendorf C
McNeil S
Goodman S
Postgraduate Experiences With an Advanced Reproductive Health and Abortion Training and Leadership Program. October 2017. Family Medicine, 49(9):706-713. (Request pdf)
Altshuler AL
Ojanen-Goldsmith A
Blumenthal PD
A good abortion experience: A qualitative exploration of Women's needs and preferences in clinical care. September 2017. Social Science & Medicine, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Grindlay K
Safety of Medical Abortion Provided Through Telemedicine Compared With in Person. September 2017. Obstetrics & Gynecology, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Herold S
Woodruff K
“The stakes are so high”: interviews with progressive journalists reporting on abortion. September 2017. Contraception, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
French VA
Steinauer JE
What Women Want from Their Health Care Providers about Pregnancy Options Counseling: A Qualitative Study. September 2017. Women's Health Issues, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Aztlan EA
Retrospective Evaluation of the Procedural Sedation Practices of Expert Nurses During Abortion Care. September 2017. Journal of Obstetric Gynecologic Neonatal Nursing, 46(5):755-763. (Request pdf)
Meckstroth KR
Kerns JL
Distance Traveled for an Abortion and Source of Care After Abortion. September 2017. Obstetrics & Gynecology, Vol. 130, No. 3. (Request pdf)
Levi A
Expanding Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services Through Nursing Education. September 2017. Journal of Obstetric Gynecologic Neonatal Nursing, 46(5):e149-e156. (Request pdf)
Rosenzweig C
Hunter LA
State and Local Health Department Activities Related to Abortion: A Web Site Content Analysis. August 2017. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice, [Epub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Rowland B
Taking Insurance in Abortion Care: Policy, Practices, and the Role of Poverty. August 2017. Research in the Sociology of Health Care: Health and Health Care Concerns Among Women and Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Emerald Publishing, 2017. 39-5. (Request pdf)

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