The Supreme Court’s decision in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt paved the way for constitutional challenges to these laws, and new research from ANSIRH bolsters the argument that these regulations have no relationship to abortion safety.
Lori Freedman of ANSIRH writes in POPSUGAR about her research showing that many women don't know their primary hospital is Catholic and restricts reproductive healthcare services, and offers tips to make sure you're informed about your hospital's policies.
A new study found that providers who received PRONTO training were more likely to implement practices the World Health Organization recommends to improve patient outcomes and prevent childbirth complications.
Dr. Christine Dehlendorf writes that all people have the fundamental right to have children or not. Our family planning programs, and our measures of success, should elevate that undeniable truth instead of repeating our problematic history.
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."