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: 27 Issue: 2
- Timing of First Intercourse Among Malian Adolescents: Implications for Contraceptive Use
- Monitoring Quality of Care in Family Planning Programs: A Comparison of Observations and Client Exit Interviews
- Female Circumcision in Sudan: Future Prospects and Strategies for Eradication
- Why Nigerian Adolescents Seek Abortion Rather than Contraception: Evidence from Focus-Group Discussions
- Consequences of the Shift from Domiciliary Distribution To Site-Based Family Planning Services in Bangladesh
- Bridging the Gap: Integrating Family Planning With Abortion Services in Turkey
- Incidence of Induced Abortion in Southern Ghana
- In Sub-Saharan Africa, Circumcised Men Are Less Likely Than Uncircumcised Men to Become Infected with HIV
- Characteristics of Mother, Child Linked to Postnatal HIV Transmission Risk
- Prevention of Unwanted Births in India Would Result In Replacement Fertility
- For Breech Births, Cesarean Section Poses Fewer Risks Than Vaginal Delivery
- Risk of Mother-Child Transmission of Syphilis Is Elevated if the Women Has Clinical Signs of Disease
- In Rural Gambia, Men's Marital and Reproductive Patterns Differ Sharply from Those of Women
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.