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: 3
- Contraceptive Dynamics in Guatemala: 1978-1998
- The Family Planning Program Effort Index: 1999 Cycle
- What Influences Contraceptive Use Among Young Women In Urban Squatter Settlements of Karachi, Pakistan?
- Effects of Sex Preference on Contraceptive Use, Abortion and Fertility in Matlab, Bangladesh
- Induced Abortion in Urban Nepal
- Using Photographs to Strengthen Family Planning Research
- The Provider Perspective: Human After All
- Thai Men Who Patronize Prostitutes Place Their Wives at Risk of HPV-Associated Cervical Cancer
- Female Condoms Remain Structurally Sound After Being Washed and Reused as Many as Seven Times
- Risk of HIV Transmission Is Raised by High Viral Load, Presence of Genital Ulcers
- In Kenya, the Risk of Poor Birth Outcomes Is Highest For a Woman's First Child
- Perceptions of Peer Behavior Predict Whether Peruvian Adolescents Have Had Sex
- A First Pregnancy May Be Difficult to Achieve After Long-Term Use of an IUD
- Short Anti-HIV Treatment Okay for Infant If Mother Receives Standard Regimen
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.