Poster Session 9
Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health

Saturday, May 2
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Indigo Ballrooms A-H
Level 2

1. Levels of Socioeconomic Disparity in Family Planning Indicators: A Comparison of Selected High and Low High Prevalence CountriesJacob A. Adetunji, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

2. Sexual Risk Behavior among College Youth: Do Friends Play a Role?Ramesh Adhikari, Mahendra Ratna Campus, Tribhuvan University.

3. Abortion Access and State Variation in Unintended PregnancyAmanda Stevenson, University of Texas at Austin.

4. Immigration, Contraception, and Abortion in Urban Russia: The Role of Legal Status and EthnicityVictor Agadjanian, Arizona State University; Natalya Zotova, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russia.

5. Estimating Global Abortion Incidence from 1990 until 2015 Using Bayesian Methods and a Framework of Abortion DeterminantsLeontine Alkema, National University of Singapore; Anisa Asafi, World Health Organization (WHO); Akinrinola Bankole, Guttmacher Institute; Bela Ganatra, Ipas; Caitlin Gerdts, University of California, San Francisco; Heidi Johnston, ICDDR,B; Anna Popinchalk, Guttmacher Institute; Ozge Tuncalp, Johns Hopkins University; Paul Van Look, Independent Consultant; Sanqian Zhang, National University of Singapore; Gilda Sedgh, Guttmacher Institute.

6. Abortion Harm Reduction: The Approach of a Safe Abortion Hotline in IndonesiaCaitlin Gerdts, University of California, San Francisco; Elise Belusa, University of California, San Francisco; Inna Hudaya, Samsara, Indonesia.

7. Are the Family Planning Messages Really Effective in Improving Family Planning Indicators in IndiaAkansha Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

8. Male Reproductive Health Challenges and Appraisal of Wives’ Coping StrategiesEmmanuel O. Amoo, Covenant University; Adekunbi Omideyi, Obafemi Awolowo University; Theophilus O. Fadayomi, Covenant University; Gbolahan Oni, Covenant University.

9. Evaluation of a Multi-Pronged Strategy to Improve Young Women’s Access to Reproductive Health Services, including Abortion, in Jharkhand, IndiaKathryn Andersen, Ipas; Sushanta Banerjee, Ipas Development Foundation, Delhi; Janardan Warvadekar, Ipas Development Foundation, Delhi; Paramita Aich, Ipas Development Foundation, Jharkhand; Amit Rawat, Ipas Development Foundation, Delhi; Bimla Upadhyay, Ipas Development Foundation, Delhi.

10. Intimate Partner Violence and Women’s Health and Empowerment among Menstrual Regulation and Postabortion Care Clients in BangladeshErin Pearson, Johns Hopkins University; Kathryn Andersen, Ipas; Rezwana Chowdhury, Ipas; Sharmin Sultana, Ipas; S. M. Shahidullah, Ipas; Michele Decker, Johns Hopkins University.

11. Disabilities and Sexual Satisfaction in Older Adulthood: A Comparison of Cohabiting and Married CouplesRaeda K. Anderson, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; David F. Warner, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; Larry Gibbs, University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

12. Whatever I Say Is the Final: Gender and Power Relations in Family Planning Adoption among Slums and Middle Class Dwellers in Selected Urban NigeriaJoshua Aransiola, Obafemi Awolowo University; Akanni I. Akinyemi, Obafemi Awolowo University and University of the Witwatersrand; Adesegun O. Fatusi, Obafemi Awolowo University.

13. Moving from Many Missed Opportunities to No Missed Opportunities: Post-Abortion Family Planning among Urban Women in Uttar Pradesh, IndiaJennet Arcara, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Lisa M. Calhoun, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ranajit Sengupta, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW).

15. A Mixed Methods Study of Coerced First Sex in Young Adults from Cebu, PhilippinesSonny A. Bechayda, University of San Carlos; Subasri Narasimhan, University of California, Los Angeles; Socorro A. Gultiano, University of San Carlos; Josephine L. Avila, University of San Carlos.

16. Changes in Modern Contraceptive Use and Women’s Education in Nairobi Slums: Evidence from a Decomposition ModelDonatien Beguy, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Blessing Mberu, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Patricia Elungata, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Alex C. Ezeh, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

17. Does a Legal Ban on Sex Selective Abortion Affect Differential Stopping Behavior in Couples?Shreya Bhattacherjee, University of California, Riverside.

18. The Relationship Context of Adolescent Fertility in Southeastern GhanaJeffrey Bingenheimer, George Washington University; Kirsten Stoebenau, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Elizabeth Asante, University of Ghana.

19. What Is the Evidence for Interventions to Improve Family Planning Use among Women in the 12-Month Postpartum Period in Less Developed Countries?Cassandra Blazer, University of California, Berkeley; Ndola Prata, University of California, Berkeley.

20. How Do Policies and Religiosity and Impact Abortion Practices and Attitudes: A Case Study: RomaniaCristina Bradatan, Texas Tech University; Ruxandra Oana Ciobanu, University of Geneva.

21. Characteristics of Women Who Lack Contraceptive Knowledge in Sub-Saharan AfricaMeredith Cavin, University of Minnesota.

22. Impact of Unmet Need on the Inter-Genesique Interval of Young Mothers in CameroonValerie Chemgne, CARE-IFA; Mireille Gneche, CARE-IFA; Ondoua Owoutou, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

23. Gender Relations and Family Planning among Couples in Cameroon: The Case of the Discussion on Family Planning among CouplesMireille Gneche, CARE-IFA; Valerie Chemgne, CARE-IFA.

24. Fertility Dynamics and Patterns of Contraceptive Use in MalawiJesman Chintsanya, University of Southampton.

25. Family Planning in the Post-2015 Agenda – Meeting Demand for Family Planning within a Generation: Prospects and Programmatic Implications at the Country-LevelYoonjoung Choi, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); Madeleine Short Fabic, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); Sennen Hounton, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Desmond Koroma, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

26. Male Victims of Sexual Violence Perpetrated by Women in the U.S.: Implications for Risky Sexual Behavior?Mekeila Cook, University of California, Los Angeles.

27. Are Adolescents as Likely as Older Women to Receive Immediate Post-Partum Contraception in Mexico?Blair G. Darney, Oregon Health & Science University; Sandra Sosa-Rubi, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP); Edson Sevran-Mori, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP); Maria I. Rodriguez, World Health Organization (WHO); Dilys Walker, University of California, San Francisco; Rafael Lozano-Ascencio, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP).

28. Consequence of Family Planning Practice on School Attendance and School Progression Rate among Children in India, 1992-2006Puspita Datta, Independent Consultant.

29. A Social Vaccine? HIV Infection, Fertility, and the Non-Pecuniary Returns to Secondary Schooling in BotswanaJan-Walter De Neve, Harvard University.

30. Gender Differences among Youth Who Have Sex with Wealthier Partners in South AfricaNicole De Wet, University of the Witwatersrand.

31. Son Preference and Sterilization in the Context of Fertility Decline in Tamil Nadu, IndiaAnne DeLessio-Parson, Pennsylvania State University; Nancy Luke, Pennsylvania State University.

32. Worth the Effort? Combining Sexual and Reproductive Health and Economic Empowerment Programming for Married Adolescent Girls in Amhara, EthiopiaJeffrey Edmeades, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Hannah Lantos, Johns Hopkins University; Feven Tessew, CARE International.

33. Scavenger Hunt for Information and Services about Sexual and Reproductive Health among Middle Class People in Delhi, IndiaEmme Edmunds, Cornell University.

34. Relationships and Contraceptive Behavior in a Population-Based Sample of Non-Heterosexual Young WomenElizabeth Ela, University of Michigan; Jamie Budnick, University of Michigan.

35. Promoting Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Analysis of Youth Sex Education and National Policy for Adolescent Health DocumentsJacques B. O. Emina, University of Kinshasa and INDEPTH Network; Jennifer Blum, Population Council.

36. Staying Negative: How Repeatedly Receiving HIV-Negative Test Results Affects Perceived HIV-Risk and Risky Sexual BehaviorTheresa M. Fedor, University of Rochester.

37. Conscientious Objection to Abortion Provision in Bogotá, Colombia: Religion, Respect, and ReferralLauren Fink, Emory University; Kaitlyn Stanhope, Emory University; Chelsey Brack, Emory University; Kalie Richardson, Emory University; Oscar Bernal, Universidad de Los Andes.

38. Determinants of Physician Opinion toward Abortion Provision in Bogotá, ColombiaKaitlyn Stanhope, Emory University; Lauren Fink, Emory University; Chelsey Brack, Emory University; Kalie Richardson, Emory University; Roger W. Rochat, Emory University.

39. Trends and Disparities in Postpartum Sterilization following C-Section, 2000-2008Ginny Garcia, Portland State University; Dawn Richardson, Portland State University; Kelly Gonzales, Portland State University; Adolfo Cuevas, Portland State University.

40. Teen Pregnancy among Bisexual Adolescent FemalesShoshana K. Goldberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Bianka Reese, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

41. Differences in Attitudes towards the Use of Modern Contraceptives among Kenyan Ethnic Groups, 1989 – 2008Barbara Gontijo, Cedeplar, UFMG; Bernardo L. Queiroz, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Dimitri Fazito, Cedeplar, UFMG.

42. Social Determinants of High-Risk Sexual Behaviors among Unmarried Youth in ChinaChao Guo, Peking University; Lihua Pang, Peking University; Lei Zhang, Peking University; Xiaoying Zheng, Peking University.

44. Abortion Experiences of Zanzibari WomenBryna Harrington, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Daniel Grossman, Ibis Reproductive Health.

45. Measuring and Monitoring Quality of Care in Family Planning: Are We Ignoring Negative Experiences?Shannon Harris, Independent Consultant; Laura J. Reichenbach, Population Council; Karen Hardee, Population Council.

46. The Politics of Pregnancy: How Sexual Behavior Relates to Abortion OpinionJennifer E. M. Hill, Stanford University.

47. Does Contraceptive Use Always Lead to Lower Fertility? The Case of MalawiAparna Jain, Population Council; John Ross, Futures Group International; Erin McGinn, Futures Group International; Jay Gribble, Futures Group International.

48. Breaking the FGM Cycle in NigeriaAparna Jain, Population Council.

50. Giving Women a Voice: Perceptions and Experiences with Contraception and Abortion in Rural ArmeniaAni Jilozian, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

51. Young Women Access and Use of Contraception: The Role of Providers’ Restrictions in Urban SenegalEstelle Monique Sidze, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

52. The Public Health Cost of Unsafe Abortion in KenyaMaharouf A. Oyolola, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Chimaraoke O. Izugbara, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Janie Benson, Ipas; Estelle Monique Sidze, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Michael M. Mutua, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Caroline Egesa, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

53. Repeat Abortions among Adolescent and Young Women in KenyaCaroline Kabiru, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Boniface A. Ushie, University of Ibadan; Michael M. Mutua, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

54. Sexual and Reproductive Health Assets during Transitions into Adolescence in Humanitarian SettingsAnna Kågesten, Johns Hopkins University; Jennifer Schlecht, Women's Refugee Commission; Courtland Robinson, Johns Hopkins University.

55. Women’s Autonomy as a Determinant of Contraceptive Use and Method Choice among Women in BangladeshS. M. Mostafa Kamal, Islamic University.

56. Unmet Need for Family Planning: What Can We Learn from the DHS Five-Year Contraceptive Calendar Data?Toshiko Kaneda, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Rhonda Smith, Population Reference Bureau (PRB).

57. North-South Differentials in Domestic Violence and Contraception Adaptation: Evidence from Rural IndiaPriyanka Koiri, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Nishikant Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

58. Emergency Contraceptives Use among Female Students at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna StateTaiwo O. Kolawole, Federal University Oye-Ekiti.

61. Contraceptive Dynamics following HIV TestingKerry MacQuarrie, ICF International; Sarah E. K. Bradley, ICF International; Sarah Staveteig, ICF International.

62. Associations between Tribal Status and Contraceptive Use in Rural Maharashtra, IndiaBattala Madhusudana, Population Council; Anita Raj, University of California, San Diego; Mohan Ghule, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Saritha Nair, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Jay Silverman, University of California, San Diego; Anindita Dasgupta, University of California, San Diego; Balaiah Donta, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Niranjan Saggurti, Population Council.

63. Access to Money and Relation to Women’s Use of Family Planning Methods among Young Married Women in Rural IndiaElizabeth Reed, University of California, San Diego; Balaiah Donta, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Anindita Dasgupta, University of California, San Diego; Mohan Ghule, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Battala Madhusudana, Population Council; Saritha Nair, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Jay Silverman, University of California, San Diego; Arun Jadhav, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Prajakta Palaye, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH) (ICMR); Niranjan Saggurti, Population Council; Anita Raj, University of California, San Diego.

64. Women’s Empowerment, Educational Attainment, and Contraceptive Use in Latin American/Caribbean CountriesBryan A. Mann, Pennsylvania State University; Haram Jeon, Pennsylvania State University; Julia Mahfouz, Pennsylvania State University; David Baker, Pennsylvania State University.

65. The Incidence of Abortion in Ethiopia: Current Levels and TrendsAnn M. Moore, Guttmacher Institute; Yirgu Gebrehiwot, Addis Ababa University; Tamara Fetters, Ipas; Yohannes Dibaba Wado, Jimma University; Susheela D. Singh, Guttmacher Institute; Hailemichael Gebreselassie, Ipas; Mengistu H. Mariam, Government of Ethiopia.

67. Effect of HIV Status on Fertility Intention and Contraceptive Use among Women in 9 Sub-Saharan African Countries: Evidence from Demographic and Health SurveysJoyce N. Mumah, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Abdhalah K. Ziraba, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

68. Sensitizing Community to Increase Uptake of Obstetric Fistula Repair Services in North-Western TanzaniaDavid P. Ngilangwa, Amref Health Africa Tanzania; Edwin Swai, Amref Health Africa Tanzania; Amos Nyirenda, Amref Health Africa Tanzania; Angela Mapunda, Amref Health Africa Tanzania; Agnes Magimba, Amref Health Africa Tanzania; Rita Noronha, Amref Health Africa Tanzania; Festus Ilako, Amref Health Africa Tanzania.

69. Levels, Trends of Sexual Behaviour Indicators and Patterns of Risky Sexual Behaviours in Botswana: Is There Any Progress in Improving Sexual Behaviours?Enock Ngome, University of Botswana.

70. Influence of Exposure to Family Planning Messages on Modern Contraceptive Methods Use among Men and Their Partners in Urban NigeriaChinelo Okigbo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ilene S. Speizer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Meghan Corroon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

71. Fertility Intentions and Contraceptive Switching in Urban Uttar Pradesh India: Results from Longitudinal AnalysisSowmya Rajan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ilene S. Speizer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; David Guilkey, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Martha Priedman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

72. Condom Use within Marital and Cohabiting Women and Its Implication for HIV Infection in Mahikeng, South AfricaGodswill N. Osuafor, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus.

73. Ethnic and Racial Disparities in HPV Vaccination AttitudesStaci S. Otanez, University of California, Irvine; Berna M. Torr, California State University, Fullerton.

75. Religion’s Multifaceted Association with Attitudes and Behaviors That Raise the Risk of Early PregnancyLisa D. Pearce, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Elyse Jennings, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

76. From the Global North to the Global South: Comparing Sexuality Education in Mississippi and NigeriaRachel S. Robinson, American University; Michael Kunnuji, University of Lagos; Yusra Shawar, American University; Jeremy Shiffman, American University.

77. Post-Abortion Contraception Choices of Women in Ghana: A One-Year ReviewSarah D. Rominski, University of Michigan.

78. Ideal Family Size, Acceptability of Contraceptive Use and Social Network ProcessesJohn Sandberg, George Washington University; Valérie Delaunay, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD); Steven Rytina, McGill University; Laetitia Douillot, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD); Simona Bignami, Université de Montréal.

80. The Effects of Side-Effects: Issues with Modern Contraception in Urban Burkina FasoLeigh G. Senderowicz, Harvard University.

81. Examining the Relationship between HIV and Fertility in Rural South AfricaChristie Sennott, Purdue University; Jill Williams, University of Colorado, Boulder; Benn Sartorius, University of the Witwatersrand; Jane Menken, University of Colorado, Boulder; Nicole Angotti, American University; Kerstin Klipstein-Grobusch, University of the Witwatersrand.

82. Determining the Accuracy of Gestational Dating among Women Presenting for an Abortion: Results from Greater Accra and Eastern Region in GhanaKristen M. Shellenberg, Ipas; Samuel Antobam, Ipas, Ghana; Alison Edelman, Oregon Health & Science University; Risa Griffin, Ipas; Gertrude Voetagbe, Ipas, Ghana.

83. Sex, Drugs, and Unplanned Pregnancies: How Changes in Contraceptive Provision Affect Reproductive Health Outcomes in ZambiaJennifer Shen, Duke University.

84. Identifying the Structure and Multiple Dimensions of Women’s Empowerment: Methodological Considerations in Examining Empowerment and Reproductive HealthKyoko Shimamoto, University of California, Los Angeles.

85. Predicting Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa Based on Patterns of Contraceptive UseEllen Smith, Futures Group International; Bernice Kuang, Futures Group; Jurczynska Kaja, Futures Group.

86. Contraceptive Use in the Shadow of an HIV Epidemic: Individual and Community Effects of Education in Zambia, 1996-2007Maria A. Stanfors, Lund University; Cecilia Larsson, Lund University.

87. Unmet Needs on Sexual and Reproductive Health among Women Aged 50-64 in Rural ChinaXiaoming Sun, Nanjing Youdian University; Xingyu Shu, Nanjing Youdian University; Zhanhong Zong, Nanjing Youdian University; Jingshu Mao, Nanjing Youdian University; Yu Sun, University of North Georgia.

88. Induced Abortion among Adolescents and Young People in Yaoundé (Cameroon): A Qualitative Analysis Of The Role Of Relevant ActorsAlice Noël Tchoumkeu, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD); Firmin Zinvi, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD); Charles Mouté, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD); Gervais Beninguisse, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

90. The Educational Gradient in the Occurrence of Repeat Abortion in Finland in 1975-2010Heini E. Väisänen, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

92. Kenyan Men’s Perceptions of Family Planning Use in the Context of Changing Gender RelationsMellissa Withers, University of California, Los Angeles; Shari L. Dworkin, University of California, San Francisco; Jennifer M Zakaras, University of California, San Francisco; Maricianah Onono, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI); Beryl Oyier, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI); Craig R. Cohen, University of California, San Francisco; Elizabeth A. Bukusi, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI); Sara J Newmann, University of California, San Francisco.

93. Gender Relationship and Unmet Need for Family Planning among Married Women in CameroonWilly Adrien Yakam Yemtchoua, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD) and CARE-IFA.

94. Condom Dynamics and Dilution over Time in Young Rural Malawian CouplesSara Yeatman, University of Colorado, Denver; Karen Hampanda, University of Colorado, Denver.

95. Schooling and Family Planning Knowledge among Unmarried Adolescent Females in EthiopiaJennifer Yarger, University of California, San Francisco; Mara Decker, University of California, San Francisco; Claire Brindis, University of California, San Francisco.

96. Micro-Level Determinants of Childlessness in Italy: A SEM ApproachAnnalisa Donno, Università di Padova; Maria-Letizia Tanturri, Università di Padova.

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