International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health provides the latest peer-reviewed research on sexual and reproductive health in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia. This quarterly emphasizes contraception, fertility; adolescent pregnancy; abortion; family planning policies and programs; sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS; and reproductive, maternal and child health.
Volume: 26 Issue: 1
- Self-Assessment and Peer Review: Improving Indonesian Service Providers' Communication with Clients
- Do Service Providers in Tanzania Unnecessarily Restrict Clients' Access to Contraceptive Methods?
- Gender Differences in the Timing of First Intercourse: Data from 14 Countries
- Use of a Spacing Method Before Sterilization Among Couples in Kerala, India
- Is the Diaphragm a Viable Option for Women in Turkey?
- In India, Poverty and Lack of Education Are Associated With Men's Physical and Sexual Abuse of Their Wives
- Severity of Genital Cutting Is Linked to Complications Experienced Later in Life
- Exclusively Breastfed Infants Are Less Likely Than Those Given Supplements to Contract HIV from Their Mother
- High Cesarean Section Rates In Brazil Result in Large Part From Nonclinical Factors
- Women's Exposure to Mass Media Is Linked to Attitudes Toward Contraception in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh
Back issues of International Family Planning Perspectives (1975-2008) and International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (2009-), excluding the most recent two years, are available online through JSTOR to participating libraries.