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Submissions from 2018

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Medical abortion provision by pharmacies and drug sellers in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review, Katharine Footman, Katherine Keenan, Kate Reiss, Barbara Reichwein, Pritha Biswas, and Kathryn Church

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Using evidence to improve quality of pharmacy-delivered medical abortion, Katharine Footman and Nancy Termini LaChance

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Timing of abortion among adolescent and young women presenting for post-abortion care in Kenya: A cross-sectional analysis of nationally-representative data, Boniface A. Ushie, Chimaraoke O. Izugbara, Michael Mutua, and Caroline W. Kabiru

Submissions from 2017

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Introduction and approval of menstrual regulation with medication in Bangladesh: A stakeholder analysis, Fauzia Akhter Huda, Sadia Afrin, Bidhan Krishna Sarker, Hassan Rushekh Mahmood, and Anadil Alam

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Bangladesh: Using strong evidence and strategic collaboration to increase access to menstrual regulation with medication, Nancy Termini LaChance and Sharif M.I. Hossain

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L’expérience de femmes ayant subi une grossesse non désirée au Sénégal : Une étude qualitative, Fatou Mbow and Nafissatou Diop

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Using automated voice messages linked to telephone counselling to increase post-menstrual regulation contraceptive uptake and continuation in Bangladesh: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial, Kate Reiss, Kathryn L. Andersen, Sharmani Barnard, Thoai Ngo, Kamal Biswas, Christopher Smith, James Carpenter, Kathryn Church, Sadid Nuremowla, and Erin Pearson

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Knowledge and provision of misoprostol among pharmacy workers in Senegal: A cross sectional study, Kate Reiss, Katharine Footman, Eva Burke, Nafissatou Diop, Ramatoulaye Ndao, Babacar Mane, Maaike Van Min, and Thoai Ngo

Submissions from 2016

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Senegal: The impact of a study on misoprostol use and knowledge among pharmacists, Eva Burke, E. Robinson, Nafissatou Diop, Kate Reiss, Katharine Footman, Maaike Van Min, Barbara Reichwein, and Ian Askew

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L’expérience de femmes ayant subi une grossesse non désirée au Sénégal : Une étude qualitative, Fatou Mbow, Nafissatou Diop, Awa Diop Dabo, Awa Tounkara Cissé, and Seynabou Ba Diakhaté

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L’expérience de femmes ayant subi une grossesse non désirée au Sénégal : Une étude qualitative, Fatou Mbow, Nafissatou Diop, Seynabou Ba Diakhaté, Awa Tounkara Cissé, and Fatou Ndiaye Turpin

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L’expérience de femmes ayant subi une grossesse non désirée au Sénégal : Une étude qualitative [Compte rendu de la rencontre de partage des résultats], Fatou Mbow, Nafissatou Diop, and Babacar Mane

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Pharmacy workers in Kenya need training and support on medical abortion information and referrals to prevent unsafe service provision, Jesse Njunguru, A. Finnie, Katharine Footman, Wilson Liambila, and Kate Reiss

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Pharmacy workers’ knowledge and provision of medication for termination of pregnancy in Kenya, Kate Reiss, Katharine Footman, Vitalis Akora, Wilson Liambila, and Thoai Ngo

Submissions from 2015

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‘High profile health facilities can add to your trouble’: Women, stigma and un/safe abortion in Kenya, Chimaraoke O. Izugbara, Carolyne Egesa, and Rispah Okelo

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Availability, use and quality of care for medical abortion services in private facilities in Kenya, Wilson Liambila, Francis Obare, Edward Ikiugu, Vitalis Akora, Jesse Njunguru, Michael Njuma, Kate Reiss, and Harriet Birungi

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Knowledge and provision practices of misoprostol among pharmacies in Senegal, Ramatoulaye Ndao, Nafissatou Diop, Kate Reiss, Eva Burke, Thoai Ngo, Katharine Footman, and Maaike Van Min

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Delivering medical abortion at scale: A study of the retail market for medical abortion in Madhya Pradesh, India, Timothy Powell-Jackson, Rajib Acharya, Veronique Filippi, and Carine Ronsmans

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Increasing access to safe menstrual regulation services in Bangladesh by offering medical menstrual regulation, Reena Yasmin, Ubaidur Rob, Ismat Ara Hena, Tapash Ranjan Das, and Farid Uddin Ahmed

Submissions from 2014

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International seminar on promoting postpartum and post-abortion family planning: Challenges and opportunities, IUSSP Scientific Panel on Reproductive Health

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Knowledge and provision practices of misoprostol among pharmacies in Senegal, Ramatoulaye Ndao, Babacar Mane, Eva Burke, Nafissatou Diop, Kate Reiss, Thoai Ngo, Katharine Footman, and Maaike Van Min

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Family planning counselling and use among clients seeking abortion services in private health facilities in Kenya, Francis Obare, Wilson Liambila, and Harriet Birungi

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Reducing unsafe menstrual regulation through medication in Bangladesh, Ubaidur Rob, Ismat Ara Hena, Nargis Sultana, Md. Irfan Hossain, Reena Yasmin, Tapash Ranjan Das, and Farid Uddin Ahmed

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Unintended pregnancy and abortion in India: Country profile report, Mary Philip Sebastian, M.E. Khan, and Daliya Sebastian

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Access to emergency contraception and safe abortion services for survivors of rape: A review of policies, programmes and country experiences in sub-Saharan Africa, Jill Thompson, Chi-Chi Undie, and Ian Askew

Submissions from 2013

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Availability, use and quality of care for medical abortion services—Preliminary results of two components: KIIs and the Pharmacy Study, Wilson Liambila, Harriet Birungi, Francis Onyango, Brian Mdawida, Vitalis Akora, Thoai Ngo, and Kate Reiss

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Insights into unmet need in Ghana, Kazuyo Machiyama and John C. Cleland

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Insights into unmet need in Kenya, Kazuyo Machiyama and John C. Cleland

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Insights into unmet need in Senegal, Kazuyo Machiyama and John C. Cleland

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Safety and effectiveness of termination services performed by doctors versus midlevel providers: A systematic review and analysis, Thoai Ngo, Min Hae Park, and Caroline Free

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Post-abortion care in Pakistan: A national study, Zeba Sathar, Susheela Singh, Zakir Hussain Shah, Gul Rashida, Iram Kamran, and Kanwal Eshai

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Access to emergency contraception and safe abortion services for survivors of rape and defilement in sub-Saharan Africa: A regional overview, Jill Thompson, Chi-Chi Undie, and Ian Askew

Submissions from 2012

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Integration of family planning into other health services in Ghana: Performance needs assessment at four facilities in the Ashanti and Eastern regions, Amos Laar

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Replication of the Community Mobilization for Postabortion Care (COMMPAC) model in Naivasha District, Rift Valley Province, Kenya: An evaluation report, Chi-Chi Undie, Francis Obare, and Saumya RamaRao

Submissions from 2011

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Increasing access to safe abortion in rural Maharashtra: Outcomes of a comprehensive abortion care model, Shireen J. Jejeebhoy, A.J. Francis Zavier, Rajib Acharya, and Shveta Kalyanwala

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Increasing access to safe abortion in rural Rajasthan: Outcomes of a comprehensive abortion care model, Shireen J. Jejeebhoy, A.J. Francis Zavier, Rajib Acharya, and Shveta Kalyanwala

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Introduction of medical abortion in Ghana, Emmanuel Kuffour, Selina F. Esantsi, Placide Tapsoba, Gloria Quansah Asare, and Ian Askew

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Expanding access to safe abortion and post-abortion care: Recommendations of a South Asia regional consultation, Population Council

Submissions from 2010

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Assessing abortion-related experiences and needs in four districts of Maharashtra and Rajasthan, 2006, Shireen J. Jejeebhoy, A.J. Francis Zavier, and Shveta Kalyanwala

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Community mobilization for postabortion care in Kenya: Baseline evaluation report, Chi-Chi Undie and Saumya RamaRao

Submissions from 2008

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Assessment of progress of the Postabortion Care Initiative in Francophone Africa, Thierno Dieng, Mohamed Diadhiou, Nafissatou J. Diop, and Youmane Niang Faye

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Using operations research to enhance delivery of postpartum/postabortion family planning services in the Arab region, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

Submissions from 2007

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Avances en la atención postaborto en América Latina y el Caribe: Investigando, aplicando y expandiendo, Deborah L. Billings and Ricardo Vernon

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Assessing the feasibility, acceptability and cost of introducing postabortion care in health centres and dispensaries in rural Tanzania, Monica Wanjiru, Ian Askew, Nzoya Munguti, Saumya RamaRao, Rick Homan, Reheme Kahando, and John M. Pile

Submissions from 2005

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Operations research to improve postabortion (PAC) services in three public hospitals, Bolivia, Fernando Gonzales Salguero and Mariel Loayza

Submissions from 2004

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Developing a supervision instrument for postabortion care in Guatemala, Bolivia and Mexico, Carlos Brambila

Submissions from 2003

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Testing a model for the delivery of emergency obstetric care and family planning services in the Bolivian public health system, Deborah L. Billings, Eliana Del Pozo, and Hugo Arevalo

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Taking postabortion care services where they are needed: An operations research project testing PAC expansion in rural Senegal, EngenderHealth

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Postabortion family planning operations research study in Perm, Russia, Irina Savelieva, John M. Pile, Inna Sacci, and Ratha Loganathan

Submissions from 2002

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

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

Submissions from 1995

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Doing more with less: The Marie Stopes Clinics in Sierra Leone, Nahid Toubia and Grace Ebun Delano