Poster Session 7:
Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, and Reproductive Health

Friday, May 2
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  1. Comparison of the Frequency of Domestic Violence against Women in Cameroon and Some Sub-Saharan African CountriesTeke Johnson Takwa, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD)

  2. Male Circumcision and Risky Sexual Behavior in a High HIV Prevalence Country: Evidence from a National Survey in UgandaSimon P. S. Kibira, Makerere University; Elizabeth Nansubuga, Makerere University; Nazarius Tumwesigye, Makerere University; Frederick Makumbi, Makerere University; Lynn M. Atuyambe, Makerere University; Helen Nviiri, Uganda Bureau of Statistics

  3. The Service Factors Influencing IUD Removal among Post-Menopause Women: Results from an Exploring Study in Rural ChinaXiaoming Sun, Nanjing College for Population Program Management (NCPPM)

  4. The Desired Sex of Next Child: Through the Family Composition of Three Generations in Manipur (India)Dilip C. Nath, Gauhati University; Atanu Bhattacharjee, Malabar Cancer Centre; H. B. Sigh, Gauhati University

  5. Factors Influencing Male Participation in Family Planning in KenyaAnn Mwangi, Moi University; Judith Mangeni, Moi University

  6. Prevalence and Risk Factors for Pre-Eclampsia in Indian Women: A National Cross Sectional StudyGagandeep K. Walia, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI)

  7. Recent Fertility Decline in Oman: Understanding Socio-Economic, Demographic, and Proximate DeterminantsM. Mazharul Islam, Sultan Qaboos University; Atsu Dorvlo, Sultan Qaboos University

  8. Cultural Health Capital and the Contraceptive Medical EncounterLaurie James-Hawkins, University of Colorado at Boulder

  9. Community Location, Individual Characteristics, and Rural Young Women’s Contraceptive UseRachel Shattuck, University of Maryland

  10. Estimating the Need and Unmet Need for Infertility ServicesArthur Greil, Alfred University; Julia McQuillan, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; Kathleen S. Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University; Stacy Tiemeyer, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; Karina M. Shreffler, Oklahoma State University

  11. Internal Migration and Antenatal Care Seeking Practices in GhanaTemitope O. Adeyoju, University of the Witwatersrand; Latifat D. G. Ibisomi, University of the Witwatersrand; Violet Nyambo, University of the Witwatersrand

  12. Whether Educational Poverty (Deprivation of Schooling) Affects the Adolescent Girls’ Vulnerability to Reproductive and Sexual Health Concerns?R. S. Goyal, Himgiri Zee University

  13. Age Differences in the Prevalence and Correlates of Inconsistent Contraceptive Use and Non-Use: Findings from the 2006-2010 National Survey of Family GrowthKaren Pazol, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Maura K. Whiteman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Suzanne G. Folger, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Athena P. Kourtis, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Polly A. Marchbanks, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Denise J. Jamieson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

  14. Experiences and Perceptions of Health Care Professionals in Macedonia regarding Contraception and AbortionVera Dimitrievska, University of Groningen; Jacques Zeelen, University of Groningen; Pieter Boele van Hensbroek, University of Groningen

  15. Characterizing Motivational Intensity of Need for Family Planning among Non-Users in Sub-Saharan AfricaBernice Kuang, Futures Group; John Ross, Futures Group International; Elizabeth Leahy-Madsen, Futures Group

  16. Fertility Transition, Woman’s Education and Poverty: Why Punjab Is Different from Others?Muhammad Asif Wazir, Population Council Pakistan

  17. The Effect of Abortion Legalization on Fertility in MexicoEdith Y. Gutierrez-Vazquez, University of Pennsylvania; Emilio A. Parrado, University of Pennsylvania

  18. Internal Migration and Current Use of Modern Contraception Methods among Currently Married Women Age Group between (15-49) Years in IndiaPushendra Mishra, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF); Bhaskar Mishra, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF); Jay Shankar Dixit, GFK-Mode Pvt. Ltd.

  19. An Analysis of the Relationship between Occupation and Women Who Continue Working after Childbirth in JapanKayo Nozaki, Keio University and Hitotsubashi University

  20. Factors Influencing Age at First Sexual Intercourse for South African YouthAmos O. Oyedokun, Obafemi Awolowo University

  21. Men’s Awareness of, Barriers to and Intention to Adopt Vasectomy among Married Men in Ibadan, NigeriaAdeyimika T. Desmennu, University of Ibadan

  22. The Role of Relationship Types on Condom Use among High-Risk Urban Men with Concurrent Partners in Ghana and TanzaniaPaul J. Fleming, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Marta Mulawa, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Holly McClain Burke, FHI 360; Dominick Shattuck, FHI 360; Greg Guest, FHI 360

  23. Trends in the Timing of Reproductive Milestones among Ethiopian Women in the Past Decade (2000-2011)Ayalu Reda, Brown University

  24. Investigating Pathways Linking Women's Status and Decision-Making Power to the Use of Skilled Birth Attendants at Childbirth in Senegal and TanzaniaKyoko Shimamoto, University of California, Los Angeles; Jessica D. Gipson, University of California, Los Angeles

  25. Consciousness of Women regarding Primary Infertility: An Indian StudyKanchan Negi, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  26. Assessing the Impact of Family Planning Advice during Maternal-Child Care Service Utilisation on Contraceptive Use in Rural Uttar Pradesh, IndiaDiwakar Yadav, FHI 360

  27. Sexual Risk Behavior: Factors Associated with the Number of Sexual Partners and Consistent Condom Use among Adolescents in Four Sub-Saharan African CountriesGuiella Georges, Université de Ouagadougou; Thomas LeGrand, Université de Montréal; Simona Bignami, Université de Montréal

  28. Longitudinal Dynamics of Contraceptive Use in Rural Mozambique: The Role of Life Course Changes and Fertility IntentionsSarah R. Hayford, Arizona State University

  29. Counseling Women for Postpartum Family Planning for Preventing Unsafe Abortions: Experiences from Karachi, PakistanNeelofar Tariq, Willows Foundation, Pakistan; Rizwana Ismail, Willows Foundation, Pakistan; Qurat ul Ain Zaidi, Willows Foundation, Pakistan

  30. Military Service and Alcohol UseJay D. Teachman, Western Washington University; Carter Anderson, Western Washington University; Lucky M. Tedrow, Western Washington University

  31. Health Insurance Coverage and Women’s Use of Effective Contraceptives in the United States, 1995-2010Maria A. Stanfors, Lund University; Josephine Jacobs, Lund University and University of Toronto

  32. Contextual Influences of Modern Contraceptive Use among Rural Women in Rwanda and NepalWenjuan Wang, ICF International; Soumya Alva, John Snow, Inc.; Clara R. Burgert, ICF International

  33. Variation in Contraceptive Prescribing Patterns by Physician, Practice, and Clinical Encounter CharacteristicsLaura Attanasio, University of Minnesota; Shailendra Prasad, University of Minnesota

  34. Demographic Network Models of Circumcision Interventions for HIV Prevention among Men Who Have Sex with Men in PeruSteven M. Goodreau, University of Washington; Nicole Bohme Carnegie, Harvard University; Eric Vittinghoff, University of California, San Francisco; Javier Lama, Asociación Civil Impacta Salud y Educación; Jorge Sanchez, Asociación Civil Impacta Salud y Educación; Jonathan Fuchs, San Francisco Department of Public Health; Susan Buchbinder, University of California, San Francisco

  35. The Driving Forces behind Low Fertility Intention and Contraceptive Use among Prospective Brides in Tehran, Iran: Career or Educational Aspirations?Farideh Khalajabadi Farahani, National Institute in Population Studies and Comprehensive Management of I.R. of Iran ; Amir Erfani, Nipissing University

  36. Contraceptive Use in Uganda: Do Women Contracept Less in War-Affected Regions?Sunday Adedini, University of the Witwatersrand; Judith Ngozi Udeh, University of the Witwatersrand; Olusina Bamiwuye, Obafemi Awolowo University; Dorothy N. Ononokpono, University of Uyo

  37. An Examination of Diagnosis Strategies to Maximize the Preventive Potential of Post-Diagnosis Behavior Change: Insights from Southern CaliforniaAditya Khanna, University of Washington; Steven M. Goodreau, University of Washington; Daniel Wohlfeiler, California Department of Public Health; Pamina Gorbach, University of California, Los Angeles; Eric Daar, University of California, Los Angeles; Susan Little, University of California, San Diego

  38. Permanent, Semi-Permanent, and Temporary: Determinants of Modern Contraceptive Method Preference in NepalEmily J. Wornell, Pennsylvania State University; Leif Jensen, Pennsylvania State University

  39. Contraception Biographies: Women’s Contraceptive Method Switching and Union StatusLarry Gibbs, Bowling Green State University

  40. Correlates of Unintended Pregnancy among Currently Pregnant Married Women in UgandaPushendra Mishra, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF); Bhaskar Mishra, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF); Jay Shankar Dixit, GFK-Mode Pvt. Ltd.

  41. Poor-Rich Differential in Contraceptive Adoption among Postpartum Women in IndiaLaxmi Kant Dwivedi, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Priyanka Dixit, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  42. Institutional Delivery over Repeated Number of Births in India: A Comparative Performance of Private and Public Healthcare SystemsLaxmi Kant Dwivedi, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  43. Comparison of Cohort Abortion among Those Aged 20 and over in FinlandHeini E. Väisänen, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  44. Has the Age Pattern of Marriage in India Impacted on Recent Fertility Decline? Evidence from Decomposition Analysis Using State Level DataJay Prakash, National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, India; Priyanka Dubey, Amaltas Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

  45. Persistent High Fertility in Cameroon: Young People Recount Obstacles and Enabling Factors to Use of ContraceptivesMaurice Tiibam Kube, University of Yaounde I; Abeng Charles, University of Yaounde I; Ndop Richard, University of Bamenda

  46. How Many Women Are Abstaining or Having Infrequent Sex in Sub-Saharan Africa? Implications for Family Planning TargetsMarie Claire Peytrignet, University of Geneva

  47. Pressured and Sometimes Forced: The Context of Boys’ First Sexual Encounter in GhanaMaame Peterson, University of Ghana

  48. Understanding the Association between Wealth, Long-Acting Contraception, and the for-Profit SectorJorge I. Ugaz, Abt Associates; Jay Gribble, Futures Group International; Minki Chatterji, Abt Associates

  49. The Influence of Unintended Pregnancy on Postpartum Contraceptive DesiresAbigail R. A. Aiken, University of Texas at Austin

  50. Contraceptive Availability and Stock-Outs before and after the 2012 Coup in Bamako, MaliMai Do, Tulane University; Mamadou Kani Konate, MARIKANI S.A.R.L.; Julie Hernandez, Tulane University

  51. Gender, Power, and the Risk of Spontaneous or Induced Abortion in Zanzibar, Tanzania: A Causal Inference ApproachDivya Vohra, University of California, Berkeley; Caitlin Gerdts, University of California, San Francisco; Alison Norris, Ohio State University

  52. The Impact of Dramatic Budget Cuts on Women’s Experiences Seeking Affordable Family Planning Services in TexasKristine Hopkins, University of Texas at Austin; Fran Linkin, Columbia University

  53. Family Planning Programs and Fertility Preferences in Northern GhanaWinfred A. Avogo, Illinois State University

  54. Methodologies Used to Study the Implementation of Family Planning/Reproductive Health Policies within Complex Systems and EnvironmentsLaili Irani, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Matthew Hamilton, Futures Group; Mariela Rodriguez, Futures Group; Karen Hardee, Population Council

  55. Assessing the Impact of Migrations on Fertility in Ouagadougou, Burkina FasoLaurent Toulemon, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Abdramane Soura, Université de Ouagadougou

  56. Role of Interpersonal Communication in Contraceptive Use Behaviour: Insights and Evidence from Bangladesh Demographic Health Survey, 2011Manoj Raut, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Daliya Sebastian, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Ananta Basudev Sahu, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  57. Religion, Religiosity, and Contraceptive Method ChoiceLayton Field, Texas A&M University

  58. Intimate Partner Violence and Contraceptive Method Choice: An Evidence from Malawi and ZambiaOluwaseyi Somefun, University of the Witwatersrand

  59. Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Use among Ethiopian Youth: Potential Demand and Strategies for PromotionNdola Prata, University of California, Berkeley

  60. Selective Gender Differences in Child Health among Small Families in Eight Replacement Fertility States of IndiaRitwika Mukherjee, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  61. Determinants of Contraceptive Use among Men in UgandaBob Elwange, Kyambogo University; Clifford O. Odimegwu, University of the Witwatersrand

  62. Determinants of Voluntary Abortion in South Africa, 2011Nicole De Wet, University of the Witwatersrand

  63. Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission at Primary Health Care Level in Moshi Urban Tanzania: Uptake Challenges and Transmission RateSia Msuya, Killimanjaro Christian University College, Moshi; Jacqueline G. Uriyo, Better Health for African Mother and Child and Oslo University Rikshospitalet; Tamara H. Hussein, Better Health for African Mother and Child; Melina Mgongo, Better Health for African Mother and Child; Ahmad Makuwani, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Tanzania; Babill Stray-Pedersen, University of Oslo

  64. Evaluating the Impact of a Free SMS Information Service on Family-Planning Knowledge and Behavior in KenyaRandall Juras, Abt Associates; Douglas Johnson, Abt Associates; Pamela Riley, Abt Associates; Ben Woodman, Abt Associates

  65. The Effect of Catholic Hospitals on Rates of Postpartum Sterilization in California and TexasAmanda Stevenson, University of Texas at Austin

  66. The Impact of Reproductive Health Legislation on Family Planning Clinic Services in TexasKari White, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Daniel Grossman, Ibis Reproductive Health

  67. Does Family Planning Policy Matter? Dynamic Evidence from ChinaFei Wang, University of Southern California

  68. Equity and Achievement in Access to Contraceptives in East Africa between 2000 and 2010Chirag Shah, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY); April Griffith, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY); James Ciera, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP); Tia Palermo, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY); Sirina Keesara, University of California, San Francisco; Eliya M. Zulu, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP)

  69. Does Fertility Track Mortality? A Natural Experimental Test of the Evolutionary TheoryShige Song, Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  70. Training Family Planning Providers via Mobile Phones in Urban NigeriaHilary Schwandt, Johns Hopkins University and Western Washington University; Jennifer Boyle, Center for Communication Programs (CCP); Fatima Bunza, Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI); Mike Bailey, Center for Communication Programs (CCP)

  71. Interest in Vasectomy in a Border Population with Limited Access to Female SterilizationCelia Hubert, University of Texas at Austin; Kari White, University of Alabama at Birmingham

  72. Variations in Contraceptive Use among Indigenous Women of South AmericaEmily Vala-Haynes, University of Pennsylvania; Claudia Valeggia, University of Pennsylvania

  73. Impact of Living Arrangement on Sex Ratio at Birth in China's Rural AreaXianling Zhang, Duke University

  74. Christian-Muslim Disparity in Contraceptive Use in NigeriaAnn Herbert, Johns Hopkins University

  75. Social Support, Exposure to Family Planning Messaging, and Family Planning Use among Women in AngolaDivya Vohra, University of California, Berkeley; Laura Harris, University of California, Berkeley; Ndola Prata, University of California, Berkeley

  76. Rural/Urban Differences in Family Planning Service Provision: A Survey of Title X Clinics in Great Plains and Midwestern United StatesSummer Martins, University of Minnesota; Katherine Damm, Somerset Gynecology and Obstetrics; Wendy Hellerstedt, University of Minnesota; Melissa Gilliam, University of Chicago

  77. Individual, Family, and Provider Encounter Level Determinants of Short-Term Post-Abortion Contraceptive Uptake and Method Selection in BangladeshErin Pearson, Johns Hopkins University; Kamal Kanti Biswas, Ipas; Rezwana Chowdhury, Ipas; Kathryn Andersen, Ipas; Sharmin Sultana, Ipas; S. M. Shahidullah, Ipas

  78. Sociocultural Constraints Limiting the Use of Family Planning Methods in Rural TanzaniaLakshmi Nemani, Columbia University; Colin D. Baynes, Columbia University; Mustafa Njozi, Ifakara Health Institute (IHI)

  79. Characteristics of Short-Term Mobility and Sexual Behavior in Accra, GhanaSusan L. Cassels, University of Washington; Samuel Jenness, University of Washington

  80. Prospects and Barriers in Promotion of Injectable Contraceptives from Provider’s Perspective: A Qualitative ExplorationPuspita Datta, Population Services International, India; Kaliprosad Roy, Population Services International, India