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Studies in Family Planning

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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, commentaries, data papers, and book reviews. Studies in Family Planning is published quarterly.

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Family planning beliefs and their association with contraceptive use dynamics: Results from a longitudinal study in Uganda
Authors: Linnea Zimmerman, Dana O. Sarnak, Celia Karp, Shannon N. Wood, Caroline Moreau, Simon P.S. Kibira, Frederick Makumbi. 2021

Safety, quality, and acceptability of contraceptive implant provision by community health extension workers versus nurses and midwives in two states in Nigeria
Authors: Megan Douthwaite, Olalere Alabi, Kingsley Odogwu, Kate Reiss, Anne Taiwo, Ebere Ubah, Anthony Uko-Udoh, Kayode Afolabi, Kathryn Church, Justin Fenty, Erik S. Munroe. 2021

Women’s education, spousal agreement on future fertility intentions, and contraceptive use in Pakistan
Authors: Saima Bashir, Karen Benjamin Guzzo. 2021

Measuring family planning provider bias: A discrete choice experiment among Burkinabé, Pakistani, and Tanzanian providers
Authors: Maria Dieci, Zachary Wagner, Willa Friedman, Sarah Burgess, Jessica Vandermark, Sandra I. McCoy, Manisha Shah, William H. Dow. 2021

Birth collapse and a large-scale access intervention with subdermal contraceptive implants
Authors: Rodrigo Ceni, Cecilia Parada, Ivone Perazzo, Eliana Sena. 2021

Does the belief that contraceptive use causes infertility actually affect use? Findings from a social network study in Kenya
Authors: Erica Sedlander, Jeffrey B. Bingenheimer, Shaon Lahiri, Mary Thiongo, Peter Gichangi, Wolfgang Munar, Rajiv N. Rimal. 2021

Is client reporting on contraceptive use always accurate? Measuring consistency and change with a multicountry study
Authors: Amy Ong Tsui, Carolina Cardona, Varsha Srivatsan, Funmilola Olaolorun, Elizabeth Omoluabi, Pierre Akilimali, Peter Gichangi, Mary Thiongo, PMA Agile Team, Scott Radloff, Philip Anglewicz. 2021

Elevating social and behavior change as an essential component of family planning programs
Authors: Joanna Skinner, Hope Hempstone, Laura Raney, Christine Galavotti, Benedict Light, Michelle Weinberger, Lynn Van Lith. 2021

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