Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 29, Number 3, September 2003


Table of Contents



Update 29(3) [HTML]
Trevor Lane


ARTICLES

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Essential Elements of Postabortion Care: Origins, Evolution and Future Directions [HTML] [PDF]
Maureen R. Corbett and Katherine L. Turner

Comparing the Quality of Three Models of Postabortion Care in Public Hospitals in Mexico City [HTML] [PDF]
Deborah L. Billings, Jaime Fuentes Velásquez and Ricardo Pérez-Cuevas

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Moving from Research to Program—The Egyptian Postabortion Care Initiative [HTML] [PDF]
Dale Huntington and Laila Nawar

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Client-Provider Communication in Postabortion Care [HTML] [PDF]
By Jill Tabbutt-Henry and Kristina Graff

Facility-Level Reproductive Health Interventions and Contraceptive Use in Uganda [HTML] [PDF]
Charles Katende, Neeru Gupta and Ruth Bessinger

The Impact of Household Delivery of Family Planning Services on Women's Status in Bangladesh [HTML] [PDF]
James F. Phillips and Mian Bazle Hossain


DIGESTS

All in PDF

Unintended Pregnancy Is Linked to Inadequate Prenatal Care, but Not to Unattended Delivery or Child Health [HTML]

In Bangladesh, Women's Risk of Domestic Violence Is Linked to Their Status [HTML]

Method-Related Problems Account for Most Failures of the Female Condom [HTML]

Contraceptive Use Among Chinese Couples Changes Over Life of Relationship [HTML]

Relative Risk of Cervical Cancer Rises with Duration of Oral Contraceptive Use [HTML]

The Risk of HIV Infection Among Brazilian Men Is Twice That Among Women [HTML]

Abused Women's Children Have an Increased Risk of Dying Before Age Five [HTML]

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