Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 31, Number 4, December 2005


Table of Contents



In This Issue: 31(4) [HTML]
The Editors

Update [HTML]
Jared Rosenberg


ARTICLES

Promoting Informed Choice: Evaluating a Decision-Making Tool for Family Planning Clients and Providers in Mexico [HTML] [PDF]
Young Mi Kim, Adrienne Kols, Antonieta Martin, David Silva, Ward Rinehart, Sarah Prammawat, Sarah Johnson and Kathryn Church

Pharmacists' Knowledge and Perceptions of Emergency Contraceptive Pills in Soweto and the Johannesburg Central Business District, South Africa [HTML] [PDF]
Kelly Blanchard, Teresa Harrison and Mosala Sello

Pregnancy Intentions Among Salvadoran Fathers: Results from the 2003 National Male Reproductive Health Survey [HTML] [PDF]
Marion Carter and Ilene S. Speizer

The Incidence of Induced Abortion in Uganda [HTML] [PDF]
Susheela Singh, Elena Prada, Florence Mirembe and Charles Kiggundu

Gender and Relationship Differences in Condom Use Among 15–24-Year-Olds in Angola [HTML] [PDF]
Ndola Prata, Farnaz Vahidnia and Ashley Fraser


DIGESTS

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Exposure to a National HIV-Prevention Program Linked To Lower Risk of Infection for South African Youth [HTML]

Of HPV-Infected Women With Normal Smears, Most Have High-Risk Varieties [HTML]

Complaints of Abnormal Vaginal Discharge Linked To Poor Mental Health [HTML]

Home Visits Help Mothers Maintain Breast-feeding After Leaving the Hospital [HTML]

Evidence Supporting the Notion That Bacterial Vaginosis Can Be Transmitted Sexually Continues to Accumulate [HTML]

Women Who Report Abuse During Pregnancy Have An Elevated Risk of Adverse Birth Outcomes [HTML]

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