Session: Increasing Access to Care: The Role of Reproductive Health Policy
3227.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM
Increasing Access to Care: The Role of Reproductive Health Policy
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.
Board 1A qualitative study of barriers to use of Emergency Contraception
Marji Gold, MD, Tanya Panton, MD
Board 2Adherence to STD clinical guidelines among primary care physicians in Medi-Cal HMOs
Jas Nagra, MPH, CHES, Nadereh Pourat, PhD, Romni Neiman, Heidi M Bauer, MD, MS, MPH, Gail Bolan, MD
Board 3Attitudes of rural public school students to the a-h in abstinence education
Joseph Donnelly, PhD, Michael Young, PhD
Board 4Providing emergency contraception in advance: A policy with challenges
Paul G Whittaker, DPhil, Kay Armstrong, MS, Toni L. Felice, PhD, Patricia I. Documét, MD, DrPH, Janet Adams, PhD
Board 5Barriers to fertility regulation: A review of the literature, and the case for “ease”
Martha Campbell, PhD, Nuriye Hodoglugil, MD, Malcolm Potts, MB, BChir, PhD
Board 6Emergency contraception: Still the nation's best-kept secret
Felicia Stewart, MD, James Trussell, PhD
Board 7Translating reproductive health research into practice: Conceptual considerations and one organization’s experience
Matthew P. Tiedemann, MA
Board 8Increasing Access to Long-Term Contraceptive Methods in Honduras
Ricardo Vernon, PhD, Irma J. Mendoza, MD
Board 9Increasing family planning and reproductive health access to internally displaced and refugee populations through community-based services and service provider training in urban Azerbaijan
Kathy Le, MPP, Cathy Solter, CNM, MPH
Board 10Late term abortions in Louisiana
Pooja Bansil, MPH, M G Frontini, PhD, Amy Isabel Zlot, MPH
Organized by:Population, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health
Endorsed by:Maternal and Child Health; Socialist Caucus; Women's Caucus

The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA