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: 38 Issue: 1
- Medication Abortion Linked with Increased Risk Of Vaginal Bleeding in Subsequent Pregnancy
- Global Abortion Rate Stabilizes, but Unsafe Procedures Remain the Norm in Developing Countries
- HPV Tests More Sensitive Than Pap Tests for Cervical Cancer Detection
- Providers' Knowledge Of Medication Abortion Is Lacking in Guatemala
- Nurses and Doctors are Equally Capable Abortion Providers, Indian Study Indicates
- Rates of Unsafe Sex Vary By Gender Among HIV-Positive Hondurans
- A Third of Kenyans Have Genital Herpes, Including Most of Those with HIV
- Multiple Deprivations and Maternal Care in India
- Fertility Differences Among Developing Countries: Are They Still Related to Family Planning Program Efforts and Social Settings?
- Women’s Empowerment and Choice of Contraceptive Methods in Selected African Countries
- Stability and Change in Fertility Preferences Among Young Women in Malawi
- Spousal Separation and Interpretation of Contraceptive Use and Unmet Need in Rural Nepal
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.