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International Family Planning Perspectives

The Alan Guttmacher Institute


Vol. 29, No. 1, March 2003

In this issue 29(1)
The Editors

Update 29(1)
Trevor Lane

Relationships Between Contraception and Abortion: A Review of the Evidence
Cicely Marston and John Cleland

Reproductive Health Risk and Protective Factors Among Unmarried Youth in Ghana
Ali Mehryar Karim, Robert J. Magnani, Gwendolyn T. Morgan and Katherine C. Bond

Can Women's Childbearing and Contraceptive Intentions Predict Contraceptive Demand? Findings from A Longitudinal Study in Central India
T.K. Roy, F. Ram, Parveen Nangia, Uma Saha and Nizamuddin Khan

Sexual Health Experiences of Adolescents in Three Ghanaian Towns
Evam Kofi Glover, Angela Bannerman, Brian Wells Pence, Heidi Jones, Robert Miller, Eugene Weiss and Joana Nerquaye-Tetteh

Condom Use and the Accuracy of AIDS Knowledge In C?te d'Ivoire
Sara L. Zellner


Syndromic Diagnosis of Reproductive Tract Infections Leads to Substantial Unnecessary Treatment in Vietnam
L. Remez

Although Abortion Is Highly Restricted in Cameroon, It Is Not Uncommon Among Young Urban Women
D. Hollander

Bangladeshi Women Weigh A Variety of Factors When Choosing a Contraceptive
D. Hollander

Genital Cutting May Alter, Rather Than Eliminate, Women's Sexual Sensations
C. Coren

Offering a Woman Sterilization During an Emergency Cesarean Section May Sometimes Be Appropriate
L. Remez

Vol. 29, No. 2, March 2003

In This Issue 29(2)
The Editors

Update 29(2)
Trevor Lane

Women's Networks and the Social World Of Fertility Behavior
Sangeetha Madhavan, Alayne Adams and Dominique Simon

Impact and Determinants of Sex Preference in Nepal
Tiziana Leone, Zo? Matthews and Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna

The Link Between Quality of Care and Contraceptive Use
Saumya RamaRao, Marlina Lacuesta, Marilou Costello, Blesilda Pangolibay and Heidi Jones

Knowledge and Perception of Emergency Contraception Among Female Nigerian Undergraduates
Michael E. Aziken, Patrick I. Okonta and Adedapo B.A. Ande

From Home to Clinic and from Family Planning to Family Health: Client and Community Responses to Health Sector Reforms in Bangladesh
Lisa M. Bates, Md. Khairul Islam, Ahmed Al-Kabir and Sidney Ruth Schuler


Substantial Proportions of Contraceptive Clinic Clients Would Try Methods That Can Cause Amenorrhea
J. Rosenberg

Intervention in Rural Uganda Is Effective Against Some Sexually Transmitted Infections, but Not Against HIV
D. Hollander

Cervical Cancer Risk Rises If Women with HPV Also Have Herpes Infection
S. London

For Cameroonian Youth, Perceived Risk and Parental Support Boost Condom Use
C. Coren

Three Differing Emergency Contraceptive Regimens Are Equally Effective
L. Remez

Nairobi's Poorest Women Have Highest Level of Risky Sexual Behavior, Least Knowledge of HIV Prevention
D. Hollander

Vol. 29, No. 3, September 2003

In This Issue
The Editors

Update 29(3)
Trevor Lane

Essential Elements of Postabortion Care: Origins, Evolution and Future Directions
By Maureen R. Corbett and Katherine L. Turner

Comparing the Quality of Three Models of Postabortion Care in Public Hospitals in Mexico City
Deborah L. Billings, Jaime Fuentes Velasquez and Ricardo Perez-Cuevas

Moving from Research to Program-- The Egyptian Postabortion Care Initiative
Dale Huntington and Laila Nawar

Client-Provider Communication in Postabortion Care
By Jill Tabbutt-Henry and Kristina Graff

Facility-Level Reproductive Health Interventions and Contraceptive Use in Uganda
Charles Katende, Neeru Gupta and Ruth Bessinger

The Impact of Household Delivery of Family Planning Services on Women's Status in Bangladesh
James F. Phillips and Mian Bazle Hossain


Unintended Pregnancy Is Linked to Inadequate Prenatal Care, but Not to Unattended Delivery or Child Health
L. Remez

In Bangladesh, Women's Risk of Domestic Violence Is Linked to Their Status
T. Lane

Method-Related Problems Account for Most Failures Of the Female Condom
S. London

Contraceptive Use Among Chinese Couples Changes Over Life of Relationship
J. Rosenberg

Relative Risk of Cervical Cancer Rises with Duration Of Oral Contraceptive Use
L. Remez

The Risk of HIV Infection Among Brazilian Men Is Twice That Among Women
C. Coren

Abused Women's Children Have an Increased Risk Of Dying Before Age Five
J. Rosenberg

Vol. 29, No. 4, December 2003

In This Issue 29(4)
The Editors

Update 29(4)
Trevor Lane

Unmet Need and Unintended Fertility: Longitudinal Evidence from Upper Egypt
John B. Casterline, Fatma El-Zanaty and Laila O. El-Zeini

Using Network Analysis to Understand Community-Based Programs: A Case Study from Highland Madagascar
Kirsten Stoebenau and Thomas W. Valente

The Psychosocial Context of Young Adult Sexual Behavior in Nicaragua: Looking Through the Gender Lens
Manju Rani, Maria Elena Figueroa and Robert Ainsle

Where Do Rural Women Obtain Postabortion Care? The Case of Uttar Pradesh, India
Heidi Bart Johnston, Rajani Ved, Neena Lyall and Kavita Agarwal

The Standard Days Method of Family Planning: A Response to Cairo
James N. Gribble


Misconceptions About Condom Efficacy Linked to High Risk of Unprotected Sex Among Chinese STD Patients
S. London

Health of Children in Rural India May Reflect Whether Parents Have Met Their Goals for Family Composition
D. Hollander

Women Who Know a Person With AIDS Do Not Have Elevated Condom Use Rates
S. Coren

In Zimbabwe, Substantial Minorities of Women Are Accepting of Wife-Beating
D. Hollander

In Asia, Child Mortality Is Not Linked to Women's Autonomy or Religion
L. Remez

In South Africa, Having One Pap Smear Lowers Women's Chances of Cervical Cancer
J. Rosenberg

Vol. 30, No. 1, March 2004

In This Issue 30(1)
The Editors

Update 30(1)
Trevor Lane

Unintended Pregnancy Among Newly Married Couples In Shanghai
Yan Che and John Cleland

Compression of Women's Reproductive Spans In Andhra Pradesh, India
Sabu S. Padmadas,Inge Hutter and Frans Willekens

Religious Affiliation and Extramarital Sex Among Men in Brazil
Zelee E. Hill, John Cleland and Mohamed M. Ali

Political Management in the Indonesian Family Planning Program
Jeremy Shiffman

Whatever Happened to Family Planning And, for That Matter, Reproductive Health
Duff G. Gillespie

Plateaus During the Rise of Contraceptive Prevalence
John Ross, Edward Abel and Katherine Abel


In Bangladesh, a Woman's Risk of Death Is Elevated For Two to Three Years After the Birth of Each Child
T. Lane

Antenatal Education Helps Turkish Women Adopt Health-Promoting Behavior
D. Hollander

After Vasectomy, Sperm Clearance May Occur Later Than Previously Thought
C. Coren

Midwife Care Is as Safe as Physician-Led Care for Nepalese Women with Low-Risk Pregnancies
S. London

Indian Women Who Have Daughters but No Sons Face an Increased Risk of Marital Dissolution
D. Hollander

Filipino Couples' Traits Are Tied to Spousal Agreement On Pregnancy Wantedness
R. MacLean

Long-Term Use of Female Condom May Hinge Partly On Depth of Instruction
D. Hollander

Treating Common Vaginal Infections May Lower Women's Herpes Risk [html]
S. London

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