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Publications

2020

Zeldovich VB
Langton C
Landy U
Ly ES
Abortion policies in U.S. teaching hospitals: Formal and informal parameters beyond the law. May 2020. Obstetrics & Gynecology, [ePub ahead of print].
Thompson TA
Sonalkar S
Butler JL
Telemedicine for family planning: A scoping review April 2020. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America, [ePub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Seymour JW
Fix L
Grindlay K
Contraceptive use and access among deployed US servicewomen: Findings from an online survey April 2020. BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, [ePub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Coleman-Minahan K
Sheeder J
Arbet J
Interest in Medication and Aspiration Abortion Training among Colorado Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives, and Physician Assistants. April 2020. Women's Health Issues, [ePub ahead of print].
Raymond EG
Mark A
Dean G
Creinin MD
Coplon L
Perritt J
Atrio JM
Taylor D
Gold M
Commentary: No-test medication abortion: A sample protocol for increasing access during a pandemic and beyond. April 2020. Contraception, [ePub ahead of print].
Leslie DL
Guodong L
Jones BS
Healthcare costs for abortions performed in ambulatory surgery centers vs office-based settings. April 2020. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 222(4):348.e1-348.e9.
Abortion Providers on Politically Engaging Patients April 2020. Women's Health Issues, 30(2):106-112. (Request pdf)
Koss CA
Charlebois ED
Ayieko J
Kwarisiima D
Kabami J
Balzer LB
Atukunda M
Mwangwa F
Peng J
Mwinike Y
Owaraganise A
Chamie G
Jain V
Sang N
Olilo W
Brown LB
Marquez C
Zhang K
Ruel TD
Rooney JF
Black D
Clark TD
Ghandi M
Cohen CR
Bukusi EA
Petersen ML
Kamya MR
Havlir DV
Uptake, engagement, and adherence to pre-exposure prophylaxis offered after population HIV testing in rural Kenya and Uganda: 72-week interim analysis of observational data from the SEARCH study. April 2020. Lancet HIV, 7(4):e249-e261.
The problems with a poverty argument for long-acting reversible contraceptive promotion April 2020. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 222(4):S861-S863. (Request pdf)
“My good friends on the other side of the aisle aren’t bothered by those facts”: U.S. State legislators’ use of evidence in making policy on abortion April 2020. Contraception, 101(4):249-255. (Request pdf)
Casas L
Ramm A
Correa S
Medical and midwifery student attitudes toward moral acceptability and legality of abortion, following decriminalization of abortion in Chile March 2020. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare, [ePub ahead of print]. (Request pdf)
Comparing Prospective and Retrospective Reports of Pregnancy Intention in a Longitudinal Cohort of U.S. Women March 2020. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 52(1):39-48. (Request pdf)
Harris LH
Complications of Unsafe and Self-Managed Abortion March 2020. New England Journal of Medicine, 382:1029-1040. (Request pdf)
Clouse K
Philips TK
Noholoza S
Mogoba P
Naidoo J
Langford R
Weiss M
Seebregts CJ
Myer L
CareConekta: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial of a mobile health intervention to improve engagement in postpartum HIV care in South Africa. March 2020. Trials, 21(1):258.
Approaches, barriers, and facilitators to abortion-related work in U.S. health departments: perspectives of maternal and child health and family planning professionals March 2020. BMC Public Health, 20(1):299. (Request pdf)
Pregnant Women's Reasons for and Experiences of Visiting Antiabortion Pregnancy Resource Centers. March 2020. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 52(1):49-56.

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