Population Association of America 2019 Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the Population Association of America brings together demographers, sociologists, economists, public health professionals, and other individuals interested in research and education in the population field.

Please join the Population Council at the sessions listed in the calendar below or visit our booth (no. 29) in the Exhibit Hall.

Population Council Speakers

Thursday, 11 April

Poster Session    |   8:00–9:30 am | Griffin Hall

Aparna Jain Associate II & Deputy Technical Director, Evidence Project

"Is unintended pregnancy–associated internalized stigma experienced by women living with HIV in Kenya?"

Poster Session 1—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health 1

Oral Session    |   10:30 am–12:00 pm | Lone Star C

Mark R. Montgomery Senior Associate

"In situ urbanization in India: Evidence from 30 years of settlement-level census data"

Session 28—Urbanization and Urban Change

Oral Session    |   1:00–2:30 pm | Meeting Room 203

Jessie Pinchoff Associate

"Spatio-temporal patterns of pre-eclampsia/eclampsia (PE/E) and low birthweight births in relation to drinking water salinity at the district level in Bangladesh from 2016–2018"

Session 61—Geographic Patterns of Morbidity and Mortality

Friday, 12 April

Oral Session    |   8:15–9:45 am | Meeting Room 211/212

Aparna Jain Associate II & Deputy Technical Director, Evidence Project

"Quality of care matters in contraceptive continuation: Results from a longitudinal study of reversible contraceptive users in India"

Session 129—Fertility, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health: Programs and Quality of Care

Oral Session    |   8:15–9:45 am | Meeting Room 311

Barbara Mensch Senior Associate

Chair: Session 134—Education Outcomes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Stephanie Psaki, Discussant

Oral Session    |   2:45–4:15 pm | Meeting Room 304

Ann K. Blanc Vice President, Social and Behavioral Science Research

Chair: Session 201—Exposure to Collective Violence/Conflict and Child/Youth Well-being: International Perspectives

Saturday, 13 April

Poster Session    |   9:00–10:30 am | Griffin Hall

Sara Chace Dwyer

"The effect of patent and proprietary medicine vendor and client characteristics on the quality of care received by injectable contraceptive clients"

Poster Session 10—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior and Reproductive Health 2

Poster Session    |   9:00–10:30 am | Griffin Hall

Beth Kangwana

"Determinants of reproductive health knowledge in adolescent school-going girls, in Kilifi, Kenya"

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"Disparities in sexual behavior of adolescent boys and girls living in an informal settlement in Nairobi"

Poster Session 10—Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior and Reproductive Health 2

Oral Session    |   11:15 am–12:45 pm | Meeting Room 202

John Bongaarts Vice President and Distinguished Scholar

"Trends in contraceptive prevalence in sub-saharan Africa: The roles of family planning programs and education"

Session 229—Contraceptive Behavior in Developing Countries