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Submissions from 2002

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Sustainability of postabortion care in Peru, Janie Benson and Victor Huapaya

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HIV/AIDS Prevention Guidance for Reproductive Health Professionals in Developing-Country Settings, Helen Epstein, Daniel Whelan, Janneke van de Wijgert, Purnima Mane, and Suman Mehta

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FRONTIERS capacity building: An overview, James R. Foreit

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What about us? Bringing infertility into reproductive health care, Okonofua Friday and Bishakha Datta

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Honduras: Mejorar la salud reproductiva, Investigación operativa, 2002, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Impact of improved client-provider interaction on women's achievement of their fertility goals [Arabic], Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Impact of improved client-provider interaction on women's achievement of their fertility goals [Arabic], Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Philippines and Senegal: Services improve quality of care but fail to increase FP continuation, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Using operations research to strengthen programmes for encouraging abandonment of female genital cutting. Report of a consultative meeting on methodological issues for FGC Research, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Best practices in CBD programs in sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons learned from research and evaluation, Frontiers in Reproductive Health, Family Health International, and Advance Africa

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Using men as community-based distributors of condoms, Cynthia P. Green, Stephanie Joyce, and James R. Foreit

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Responding to Cairo: Case Studies of Changing Practice in Reproductive Health and Family Planning, Nicole Haberland and Diana Measham

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Institutional support for a program of activities within the pilot health project in the West Bank and Gaza, Health, Development, Information and Policy Institute

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The female condom: Dynamics of use in urban Zimbabwe, Horizons Program

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Peer education as a strategy to increase contraceptive prevalence and reduce the rate of STIs/HIV among adolescents in Cameroon, Institut de Recherche et des Etudes des Comportements (IRESCO)

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Reproductive health care in the postnatal period in Guatemala, Erika Jacobs, Carlos Brambila, and Ricardo Vernon

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Training service providers on emergency contraception: Lessons learned from an OR study, M.E. Khan and Sharif M.I. Hossain

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Increasing client participation in family planning consultations: "Smart Patient" coaching in Indonesia, Young Mi Ki, Fitri Putjuk, Endang Basuki, and Adrienne Kols

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Strategic assessment of reproductive health in the Dominican Republic, Suellen Miller, Argelia Tejada, and Patricio Murgueytio

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Men in maternity study: A summary of the findings from pre-intervention interviews with women and their husbands attending antenatal clinics at ESIC facilities in Delhi, Anurag Mishra, Leila Caleb-Varkey, Anjana Das, Emma Ottolenghi, Dale Huntington, Susan E. Adamchak, and Shahina Begum

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Men in maternity study: Results from the pre-intervention survey of pregnant women and their husbands at the three interventions, and of only women at three control Employees' State Insurance Corporation dispensaries in Delhi, India: Preliminary findings, Anurag Mishra, Leila Caleb-Varkey, Emma Ottolenghi, Anjana Das, Dale Huntington, and Susan E. Adamchak

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Baseline survey results: Integrating adolescent livelihood activities within a reproductive health program for urban slum dwellers in India, Mary Philip Sebastian, Dale Huntington, Wesley H. Clark, Barbara Mensch, and Bela Patel Uttekar

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Midline survey results: Integrating adolescent livelihood activities within a reproductive health program for urban slum dwellers in India, Mary Philip Sebastian, Dale Huntington, Barbara Mensch, Wesley H. Clark, Shahina Begum, Bela Patel Uttekar, and Sohini Roychowdhury

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Informed consent: From good intentions to sound practices—A report of a seminar, Susan Y. Wood, Barbara Friedland, and C. Elizabeth McGrory

Submissions from 2001

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From Patna to Paris: Providing safe and humane abortion, Carmen Barroso, Martha Brady, Batya Elul, Shelley Clark, Sneh Vishwanath, and Sunanda Rabindranathan

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The end of the fertility transition in the developed world, John Bongaarts

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Setting prices for reproductive health services in a public hospital in Guatemala, John H. Bratt, Adrian Valdez, Roberto Molina, Mario Alfaro, Marco Antonio Barrientos, Carlos Brambila, and Werner Figueroa

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Sola no eres nada, juntas flotamos: El Movimiento Manuela Ramos, Judith Bruce and Debbie Rogow

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Obstacles to contraceptive use in Pakistan: A study in Punjab, John B. Casterline, Zeba Sathar, and Minhaj ul Haque

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An assessment of the alternative rites approach for encouraging abandonment of female genital mutilation in Kenya, Jane Chege, Ian Askew, and Jennifer Liku

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Extending operations research to social marketing programs, Teresa de Vargas

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An assessment of selected sub-systems of the Egyptian Norplant® program, Fatma El-Zanaty, Laila Nawar, and Ramadan Hamed

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An assessment of youth centres in South Africa, Annabel Erulkar, Mags Beksinska, and Queen Cebekhulu

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Increasing coverage of reproductive health issues in the Indonesian print media, Wanda Firmansyah, Sahar Hegazi, Siti Rokhmawati Darwisyah, and Lila Amaliah

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Benin: Diríjase a los hombres para aumentar el uso de los servicios de salud, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Bénin: Target men to increase use of health services, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Burkina Faso: L'amélioration des soins après avortement est bénéfique aux patients et aux prestataires, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Cisjordania y Gaza: Subraye la importancia de la atención postparto y su cost-efectividad, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Ecuador: Use commercial marketing to increase sustainability, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Ecuador: Utilice la mercadotecnia comercial para aumentar la sustentabilidad, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egipto: Motivemos a los periodistas a cubrir tenmas de salud reproductiva, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Honduras: Marketing new reproductive health services is cost-effective, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Honduras: Posparto y post-aborto, momentos para hablar de planificación familiar, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Honduras: Postpartum and postabortion patients want family planning, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Honduras: Promover nuevos servicios de salud reproductiva es costo-efectivo, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Indonesia: Capacite a periodistas para que escriban sobre salud reproductiva, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Indonesia: Train journalists to write about reproductive health, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenia: Detectar la sifilis durante la consulta prenatal resulta costo-efectivo, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: Mise á disposition de services de planification familiale dans les pavillons hospitaliers, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: On-site antenatal syphilis services are cost-effective, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya update: FRONTIERS adolescent reproductive health project, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Perú: Diga a las usuarias cómo usar el método escogido, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Pilot health project baseline survey West Bank and Gaza [Arabic], Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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West Bank and Gaza: Stress the importance and cost-effectiveness of postpartum care, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Acceptability of the female condom after a social marketing campaign in Campinas, Brazil, Horizons Program

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Operations research in reproductive health and family planning at the Cairo Demographic Center, Magdi A. Ibrahim, James R. Foreit, and M.E. Khan

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Introducing emergency contraception in Bangladesh: A feasibility study, M.E. Khan and Sharif M.I. Hossain

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An assessment of the Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council's community based distribution programme, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Ian Askew, Caroline S. Marangwanda, Ronika Nyakauru, and Barbara Janowitz

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A case study of Nairobi City Council's decentralised syphilis screening programme in antenatal clinics, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Ian Askew, Elizabeth Mugwe, Bilhah Hagembe, and Rick Homan

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Influencing reproductive health policy and programs in the Philippines: Implementing an advocacy model for utilization of operations research, Saniata Masulit, Marilou P. Costello, and Sahar Hegazi

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Expansion of postpartum/postabortion contraception in Honduras, Ruth Medina, Ricardo Vernon, Irma Mendoza, and Claudia Aguilar

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Promoting reproductive health services in rural communities in Honduras, Irma Mendoza and Ricardo Vernon

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Social networks and contraceptive dynamics in southern Ghana, Mark R. Montgomery, Gebre-Egziabher Kiros, Dominic K. Agyeman, John B. Casterline, Peter Aglobitse, and Paul C. Hewett

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Comment promouvoir l'utilisation des résultats d'une analyse situationnelle à l'échelle nationale: Expérience du Sénégal, Adama Ndoye, Bineta M'bow, Cheikh Bamba Diop, Mady Cisse, Macoumba Thiam, Diouratie Sanogo, and Mbacke Niang

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Transitions to adulthood in the context of AIDS in South Africa: Report of Wave I, Naomi Rutenberg, Cathrien Kehus-Alons, Lisanne Brown, Kate Macintyre, Anthea Dallimore, and Carol E. Kaufman

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Special studies program of the Pilot Health Project: West Bank and Gaza, Mahmoud Shaheen, Laila Nawar, Dale Huntington, and Sahar Hegazi

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Testing alternative channels for providing emergency contraception to young women, John P. Skibiak, Mangala Chambeshi-Moyo, and Yusuf Ahmed

Submissions from 2000

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Critical analysis of interventions against FGC in Egypt, Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab and Sahar Hegazi

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Integrating issues of sexuality into Egyptian family planning counseling, Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab, Laila Nawar, Hala Youssef, and Dale Huntington

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Spatial variation in contraceptive use in Bangladesh: Looking beyond the borders, Sajeda Amin, Alaka Malwade Basu, and Rob Stephenson

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Some preconditions for fertility decline in Bengal: History, language identity, and an openness to innovations, Alaka Malwade Basu and Sajeda Amin

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From the home to the clinic: The next chapter in Bangladesh's family planning success story rural sites, Linda Bates, Md. Khairul Islam, Sidney Ruth Schuler, and Md. Alauddinn

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Future trends in contraception in the developing world: Prevalence and method mix, John Bongaarts and Elof D.B. Johansson

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The potential role of contraception in reducing abortion, John Bongaarts and Charles F. Westoff

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Alone you are nobody, together we float: The Manuela Ramos Movement, Judith Bruce and Debbie Rogow

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Rights, technology, and services in reproductive health. A report from a meeting, 6-7 May 1999, Marion Carter and C. Elizabeth McGrory

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Unmet need for family planning in developing countries and implications for population policy, John B. Casterline and Steven W. Sinding

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Unmet need for family planning in developing countries and implications for population policy [Arabic], John B. Casterline and Steven W. Sinding

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An assessment of the community based distribution programs in Ghana, Jane Chege, Diouratie Sanogo, Ian Askew, Angela Bannerman, Steve Grey, Evam Kofi Glover, Francis Yankey, and Joana Nerquaye-Tetteh

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Burkina Faso: Mejorar la atención postaborto beneficia a pacientes y proveedores, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Burkina Faso: Upgrading postabortion care benefits patients and providers, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egipto: Los proveedores de servicios de planificación deben motivar a sus clientas a hablar de sus problemas de sexualidad, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypte: Développer l'accès aux soins après avortement, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypte: Les prestataires de service de planification familiale doivent encourage les discussions sur les problèmes sexuels, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypt: Expand access to postabortion care, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypt: Family planning providers should encourage clients to discuss sexual problems, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Integrating issues of sexuality into Egyptian family planning counseling [Arabic], Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenia: La identificación de las ITR sigue siendo un problema: la prevención es esencial, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenia: Ofrezca servicios de planificación familiar en salas hospitalarias, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: Identifying RTIs remain problematic: Prevention is essential, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: L'identification des IAR demeure hasardeuse: la prévention est primordiale, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: Offer family planning on hospital wards, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Pérou: Informer les clients sur le mode d'utilisation de leur méthode de choix, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Peru: Tell clients how to use their chosen method, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Senegal: Capacite a más proveedores en atención postaborto, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Senegal: Train more providers in postabortion care, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Increasing the coverage of reproductive health issues in the Egyptian press, Sahar Hegazi and Mona Khalifa

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Meeting women's health care needs after abortion, Dale Huntington

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Adolescent pregnancy and parenthood in South Africa, Carol E. Kaufman, Thea de Wet, and Jonathan Stadler

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Integrating a reproductive health framework within primary care services: The experience of the Reproductive Health Intervention Study [Arabic], Karima Khalil, Abdel Moneim Farag, Assem Anwar, Dina Galal, Olfia Kamal, Karraze Shorbagi, Miral Breebaart, Hind Khattab, Nabil Younis, and Huda Zurayk