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Reproductive Health 2013

Reproductive Health 2013
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Poster Abstracts

P1

CONTRACEPTION UPTAKE AMONG PERINATALLY AND BEHAVIORALLY ACQUIRED HIV+ ADOLESCENTS IN A PUBLIC LOS ANGELES COUNTY CLINIC

P2

VARIATION IN CONTRACEPTIVE PRESCRIBING PATTERNS BY PHYSICIAN, PRACTICE, AND CLINICAL ENCOUNTER CHARACTERISTICS

P3

MANAGEMENT OF EARLY PREGNANCY FAILURE AND INDUCED ABORTION BY FAMILY MEDICINE EDUCATORS

P4

IMPROVING ACCESS AND ADDRESSING BARRIERS TO HPV VACCINATION FOR ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS

P5

REFERRING SEXUALLY ACTIVE FEMALE ADOLESCENTS FROM THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT TO FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC: IS A WALLET CARD EFFECTIVE?

P6

EXAMINING THE CONTENT OF CONTRACEPTIVE COUNSELING: A MIXED METHODS ANALYSIS

P7

CLIENT FEEDBACK ON DV ASSESSMENT IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SETTINGS

P8

SEXUAL HEALTH RANKINGS: A COMPOSITE INDEX AND RANKING OF SEXUAL HEALTH IN THE UNITED STATES—50 STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

P9

A MULTICENTER, RANDOMIZED, PHASE III STUDY OF TWO LOW-DOSE LEVONORGESTREL INTRAUTERINE SYSTEMS (LNG-IUSS) FOR CONTRACEPTION: A SUBGROUP ANALYSES OF EFFICACY AND SAFETY IN NULLIPAROUS VERSUS PAROUS WOMEN

P10

HOW DO MEDICAL STUDENTS FEEL ABOUT SEX? INSIGHT INTO MEDICAL STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARDS SEXUAL HEALTH

P11

CLOSING THE GAP BETWEEN ABORTION TRAINING AND PROVISION: RESULTS FROM THE CREATE PROGRAM PILOT (CONTINUED REPRODUCTIVE EDUCATION FOR ADVANCED TRAINING EFFICACY)

P12

INCIDENCE OF PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE IN WOMEN USING TWO INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTIVES

P13

EVALUATION OF AN E-LEARNING FAMILY PLANNING CURRICULUM FOR OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY RESIDENTS

P14

LEVERAGING HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEM LEADERSHIP TO IMPROVE ADOLESCENT REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH OUTCOMES: LESSONS LEARNED (SO FAR) FROM THE CDC/OAH NATIONAL TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION INITIATIVE

P15

YOUNG MOTHERS UNDERUTILIZE PRIMARY HEALTHCARE

P16

CONTRACEPTIVE FEATURES PREFERRED BY BLACK AND LATINA WOMEN

P17

BLEEDING PROFILE OF A NOVEL ASCENDING-DOSE, EXTENDED-REGIMEN ETHINYL ESTRADIOL/LEVONORGESTREL COMBINATION ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE (OC)

P18

EFFECTS OF MELOXICAM, A SEMI-SELECTIVE CYCLO-OXYGENASE 2 (COX-2) INHIBITOR, ON THE ULTRASOUND APPEARANCE OF THE DOMINANT FOLLICLE BEFORE AND AFTER THE LUTEINIZING HORMONE (LH) SURGE

P19

MEDICATION USE DURING PREGNANCY IN THE STATE OF MAINE

P20

IMPROVING ACCESS TO LONG-TERM FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES IN ZAMBIA: QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAMEWORKS IN ACTION

P22

AN UNEXPECTED DIFFERENCE IN POSTPLACENTAL INTRAUTERINE DEVICES AT OUTPATIENT FOLLOW UP

P23

LESSONS ON THE ROAD TO AN URBAN/RURAL COMMUNITY TELEHEALTH NETWORK

P25

A POTENTIAL SOLUTION: NURSES IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTHCARE

P26

PERCEPTIONS OF PERINATAL DEPRESSION TRAINING AMONG PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS AND OBSTETRICIANS IN KUMASI, GHANA

P27

WHAT COLLEGE WOMEN KNOW, THINK, AND DO ABOUT HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) AND HPV VACCINE.

P28

INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTION DURING THE FIRST SIX MONTHS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN ADOLESCENTS AND NON-ADOLESCENTS' CLINICAL CONCERNS, CONTINUATION AND INFECTION

P29

COMPETENCY AND CONDOMS: FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH FREQUENTLY COUNSELING ADOLESCENTS ABOUT INTRAUTERINE CONTRACEPTION IN PRIMARY CARE

P30

OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO MANCOZEB: A REPRODUCTIVE HAZARD FOR WOMEN WORKING IN AGRICULTURE

P31

"RECOGNIZING HEALTH RISKS OF PREGNANCY AND PROVISION OF CONTRACEPTION IN WOMEN WITH CHRONIC MEDICAL CONDITIONS"

P32

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH FAMILY PLANNING UPTAKE AMONG WOMEN IN SOUTH WEST NIGERIA

P33

EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF A WEEKLY PROGESTIN-ONLY TRANSDERMAL SYSTEM FOR THE PREVENTION OF PREGNANCY

P34

IF NOT NOW, WHEN? REASONS FOR DELAYED HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) VACCINE INITIATION AMONG WOMEN AGE 19-26

P35

OUT, PROUD, AND UNPROTECTED: A LACK OF SEXUAL HEALTH INFORMATION IN OUT MAGAZINE

P36

USE OF A CHECKLIST TO RULE OUT PREGNANCY IN TEENS

P37

ANALYZING CONTRACEPTION REFILL COMPLIANCE IN COLLEGE STUDENTS, AND PHARMACIST'S ROLE IN THE PROVISION OF CONTRACEPTION

P38

INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN POSTPARTUM CONTRACEPTION