Contraception Editorial Archive

2011

  • April 2011 #1 – Holding on to Health Reform and What We Have Gained for Reproductive Health
  • April 2011 #2 – Reversing the United States Sterilization Paradox by Increasing Vasectomy Utilization
  • March 2011 – Maternal Mortality in the United States: A Human Rights Failure
  • February 2011 – Reducing Maternal Mortality: A Global Imperative
  • January 2011 – Assisted Reproduction and Choice in the Biotech Age: Recommendations For a Way Forward

2010

  • December 2010 – Putting The Pill To Work
  • November 2010 – Introduction to Population Council Symposium articles
  • October 2010 – Parental Involvement Laws and Parent–Daughter Communication: Policy Without Proof
  • September 2010 – Happy Anniversary Mifepristone: A Decade of Promise and Challenges
  • August 2010 – Joseph W. Goldzieher And The Birth Of Hormonal Contraception
  • July 2010 – Improving patient care and reducing unintended pregnancy: translating new guidelines into effective practice
  • June 2010 – Reproductive Coercion: Connecting The Dots Between Partner Violence and Unintended Pregnancy
  • May 2010 – Reframing Unintended Pregnancy Prevention: A Public Health Model
  • April 2010 – Bringing Research to Life: A Collaborative Partnership Dedicated to Improving Reproductive Health Care
  • March 2010 – Multipurpose Prevention Technologies for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Gaining Momentum and Promise

2009

  • December 2009 – Buyer Beware
  • November 2009 – Nurse Practitioner Education: Keeping the Academic Pipeline Open to Meet Family Planning Needs in the United States
  • October 2009 – Keeping Evidence-Based Recommendations Up to Date: The World Health Organization’s Global Guidance for Family Planning
  • September 2009 – A Fast Track Solution for Reducing Unintended Pregnancies  in the US: Increase Federal Support for Life-Long Provider  Education and Training in Reproductive Health
  • August 2009 – Advancing Scope of Practice for Advanced Practice Clinicians: More Than a Matter of Access
  • July 2009 – Emergency Contraception: Have We Come Full Circle?
  • May 2009 – Beyond Education and Training: Making Change Stick
  • April 2009 – A Call to Incorporate a Reproductive Justice Agenda into  Reproductive Health Clinical Practice and Policy
  • March 2009 #1 – A 21st-Century Trojan Horse: The “Abortion Harms Women” Anti-Choice Argument Disguises a Harmful Movement
  • March 2009 #2 – Depo-Provera and Skeletal Health: Reviewing The Evidence; Developing and Disseminating a Consensus
  • February 2009 – Science Prevails: Abortion and Mental Health
  • January 2009 – Beyond A Prescription: Strategies for  Improving Contraceptive Care

2008

  • December 2008 – An Evolving Landscape: Reproductive Genetics, New Technologies and Health Care Over the Next Decade
  • November 2008 #1 – No Such Thing as an Easy (or EC) Fix
  • November 2008 #2 – Looking Inward: Provider-Based Barriers to Contraception Among Teens and Young Adults
  • September 2008 – You Say ‘Regret’ and I Say ‘Relief’:  A Need to Break the Polemic About Abortion
  • August 2008 – Advancing Scope of Practice for Advanced Practice Clinicians: More Than a Matter of Access
  • July 2008 – The Lost Years: The Challenge of Delivering Reproductive Health Care to Young Adults
  • June 2008 – Freedom Closes the Gap
  • March 2008 – The Continuum of Care: A Case for Pharmacists as Key Members of the Reproductive Health Care Team
  • January 2008 – Reducing Unintended Pregnancy in the United States

2007

  • December 2007 – Family Planning and Access to Safe and Legal Abortion Are Vital to Safeguard the Environment
  • November 2007 – From American Idol to Plan B: A Call for a Shift in Priorities
  • October 2007 – The Clinical Implications of Screening for Violence Against Women
  • September 2007 – Maintaining Access to Safe Abortion in the United States: A Post-Gonzales Primer and Guide to Action
  • August 2007 – Protecting Confidentiality to Safeguard Adolescents’ Health:  Finding Common Ground
  • July 2007 – Providers, Parents and Communication: The Keys to Healthy Teens and Reducing Teen Pregnancy Rates
  • June 2007 – Why We Need to Truly Understand the Medical Literature
  • May 2007 – Cultural Competence: An International Perspective
  • March 2007 – Leadership and Diversity: A Call For New Directions in  Reproductive Health Education and Practice
  • February 2007 – Securing the Future: A Case for Improving Clinical Education  in Reproductive Health
  • January 2007 – Faith Matters: Communicating Sexual and Reproductive Health Values