Session 58:
Social Disparities in Contraceptive Use Patterns

Thursday, May 1
2:45 PM - 4:15 PM
Salons A-B
4th Floor

Discussant: Ann M. Moore, Guttmacher Institute
Chair: Beth Fredrick, Johns Hopkins University

  1. Contraceptive Use among Women at Risk of Unintended Pregnancy: Associations with Socio-Economic and Health Factors U.S. 2010William D. Mosher, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC

  2. Is Education the Best Contraceptive? Examining the Relative Influence of Schooling and Family Planning Environments across Sub-Saharan AfricaSarah Giroux, Cornell University; Benjamin Gandesbery, Cornell University

  3. Race and Other Sociodemographic Differences in Sex and Contraceptive Use among Young WomenYasamin Kusunoki, University of Michigan; Amelia Bucek, University of Michigan

  4. Negative Attitudes toward Medicine and Young Women's Contraceptive BehaviorElizabeth Ela, University of Michigan

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