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: 34 Issue: 2
- Community and Health Facility Influences on Contraceptive Method Choice in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
- Factors Associated with Physical Spousal Abuse of Women During Pregnancy in Bangladesh
- The Role of Individual and Community Normative Factors: A Multilevel Analysis of Contraceptive Use Among Women in Mali
- Recent Evaluations of the Peer-Led Approach in Adolescent Sexual Health Education: A Systematic Review
- Cesarean Section Is Safer Than Vaginal Delivery for Breech Births but Not Normal Presentations
- Intimate Partner Violence's Effects on Women's Health May Be Long-Lasting
- Inequities Remain in Use of Maternal Health Care Services in Bangladesh
- Poverty Linked to Early Sexual Debut and Low Condom Use in Africa
- Truckers Who Perceive Having Greater Freedom Tend to Have More Partners
- Many Countries May Not Meet Maternal and Child Health Goals by 2015
- Pill Use Is Associated with Reductions in Overall Risk of Cancer and in Risk of Main Gynecologic Cancers
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.