New research from Kate Coleman-Minahan of the University of Colorado School of Nursing and Goleen Samari of ANSIRH shows that policies that keep families together and give them access to employment directly affect children and adolescents. Exploitation of immigrants and policies that separate families undermine their sexual and reproductive health.
A new study by UCSF’s ANSIRH and Institute for Health Policy Studies examines the impacts of the parental notification law in Illinois and shows that increased parental involvement did not increase parental support or the minor’s certainty about her decision.
A new study finds that over 90 percent of young women report using at least one strategy to protect themselves from acquiring sexually transmitted infections (STIs). However, the types of strategies used by young women differ along racial/ethnic lines.
There are widespread efforts underway to end FGM/C. These efforts are slowly making progress, but change is not happening as rapidly as necessary. In a new review, Bixby researchers and partners examine the decades of work to end the practice.