Population Council Journal

Studies in Family Planning

Studies in Family Planning is a peer-reviewed, international journal publishing public health, social science, and biomedical research on sexual and reproductive health, fertility, and family planning, with a primary focus on developing countries. Each issue contains original research articles, reports, a commentary, book reviews, and a data section with findings for individual countries from the Demographic and Health Surveys. Studies in Family Planning is published quarterly.

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Article Abstracts

Postpartum and postabortion contraception: From research to programs
Authors: Iqbal Shah,K.G. Santhya,John C. Cleland. 2015

Reassessing unmet need for family planning in the postpartum period
Authors: Clementine Rossier,Sarah E.K. Bradley,John A. Ross,William Winfrey. 2015

Contraceptive adoption, discontinuation, and switching among postpartum women in Nairobi’s urban slums
Authors: Joyce Mumah,Kazuyo Machiyama,Michael Mutua,Caroline W. Kabiru,John C. Cleland. 2015

Associations between abortion services and acceptance of postabortion contraception in six Indian states
Authors: Sushanta K. Banerjee,Sumit Gulati,Kathryn L. Andersen,Valerie Acre,Janardan Warvadekar,Deepa Navin. 2015

Postpartum contraception in Northern Tanzania: Patterns of use, relationship to antenatal intentions, and impact of antenatal counseling
Authors: Sarah C. Keogh,Mark Urassa,Yusufu Kumogola,Samwel Kalongoji,Daniel Kimaro,Basia Zaba. 2015

Interventions to improve postpartum family planning in low- and middle-income countries: Program implications and research priorities
Authors: John C. Cleland,Iqbal Shah,Marina Daniele. 2015

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