University of California, San Francisco
Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies
3333 California Street, Suite 265
3150.0 They'll use it if it's free: Contraceptive choices among uninsured low-income women
3284.0 Understanding teens and the “digital divide”: Can we reach low-income youth online with health information?
3391.0 Improving Attendance and Achievement by Improving Air Quality:
4056.0 “He was happy, so I was happy too”: Male partner influences on Latina teen childbearing decisions
4226.0 Youth friendliness: How do family planning clinics measure up?
4314.0 Translating research to impact public policy: California's experience with parental involvement legislation for minor's abortion in the 2005, 2006, and 2008 elections
4359.0 Evaluating policy advocacy: Employing systems change outcomes
5072.0 Discussing intrauterine contraception at the family planning visit: A (missed) opportunity for client education
5126.0 Unplanned pregnancies among young adult Latinas: The influence of partners, fertility concerns, and individual aspirations