New research from ANSIRH and the University of Chicago Medicine shows that more than one-third of women were not aware that the hospital where they would seek reproductive health care has a religious affiliation
Bixby's Dr. Sanithia Williams writes about how women of color and women who receive a low income, who already face significant inequities in our healthcare system, will bear the burden of the callous and unjust "domestic gag rule."
A new study from the Bixby Center, UCSF Institute for Global Health Studies and the Kenya Medical Research Institute is the first study to explore how companionship during birth is practiced in Kenya and how patients and providers perceive it.
A revelatory experience as a medical student in a maternal-child hospital ward set Dr. Biftu Mengesha on the path to providing compassionate, patient-centered care as an Assistant Professor in the Bixby Center
Negative experiences with reproductive health care are a “running joke in the LGBTQ community,” according to interviewees in a new ANSIRH study that explores the reproductive health care priorities and experiences of LGBTQ people.