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Creating an environment where providers can offer the best care

January 04, 2024
Patience Afulani and team tested an intervention to address provider stress and bias in Migori County, Kenya.

Patients with disabilities experience more barriers to reproductive care

January 03, 2024
Using surveys conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic, ANSIRH researchers are studying the prevalence of ableism in reproductive health care and the barriers experienced by people with disabilities. 

Reconsidering urine drug testing in reproductive health

December 22, 2023
Researchers have created a new framework to assess whether to use urine drug tests in reproductive health settings.

Abortion training experts launch California’s Reproductive Health Service Corps

December 03, 2023
A consortium including Bixby Center leaders in sexual and reproductive health is launching California’s Reproductive Health Service Corps (RHSC), an unprecedented statewide initiative to improve access to abortion care and training and diversify the state’s reproductive health workforce.

How overturning Roe impacted family medicine abortion training

November 27, 2023
New research from the Person-Centered Reproductive Health Program explores the implications of overturning Roe on family medicine residency programs.

A direct and patient-centered approach to people’s contraceptive needs

November 14, 2023
New research highlights the need for a more specific and patient-centered question to connect people with contraceptive care.

Balancing population-level contraception goals and a human rights approach

October 26, 2023
New research finds that family planning providers and administrators in Ethiopia, India, and Mexico largely view high-quality contraceptive counseling as a means to get patients to use birth control.

A snapshot of ob-gyn residency abortion training after Dobbs

October 17, 2023
New research on ob-gyn residencies demonstrates how abortion training is being stripped from residents but also reveals windows of opportunity for improvement.

A patient-led approach to vaginal birth after c-section: What do patients think about including race in a VBAC predition model?

September 27, 2023
New research in a special edition of Obstetrics & Gynecology on the subject of racism in reproductive health explores patient-led approaches to a Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC) calculator.

How abortion bans are impacting young people

September 14, 2023
More than a year after the Supreme Court overturned federal protections for abortion, the ramifications for abortion access have become clearer. For young people, increasing abortion restrictions could disproportionately impact their reproductive health choices.

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