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Journal: BMC Public Health Authors: Sara Chace Dwyer, Aparna Jain, Salisu Mohammed Ishaku, Faizah Tosin Okunade, Chiamaka Uzomba, Adedamola Adebayo & Elizabeth Tobey Abstract: Background: To increase access to voluntary family planning (FP) services, Nigerian policymakers are debating how to task share injectable contraceptive services to drug shop owners known as Patent and Proprietary Medicine […]

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Journal: PLOS ONE Authors: Elizabeth Tobey, Aparna Jain, and Arupendra Mozumdar Abstract: To understand the relationship between pregnancy intentions and contraceptive use, a growing body of research has begun to examine various domains of women’s attitudes towards pregnancy, acknowledging that these attitudes may contradict one another, and women may be ambivalent. This study examines pregnancy […]

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Journal: PLOS ONE Authors: Katharine J. McCarthy, Ruchi Mehta and Nicole A. Haberland Abstract:  Introduction: Harmful gender norms, views on the acceptability of violence against women, and power inequities in relationships have been explored as key drivers of male perpetration of intimate partner violence (IPV). Yet such antecedents have been inconsistently measured in the empirical literature. This systematic […]

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Journal: Global Health: Science and Practice Authors: Aparna Jain, Kumudha Aruldas, Elizabeth Tobey, Arupendra Mozumdar, Rajib Acharya Abstract:  Introduction: The Method Information Index (MII) is 1 of 18 core indicators used to monitor progress toward achieving Family Planning 2020’s goal of 120 million more women using a modern method of family planning by 2020. The 3 questions of […]

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Journal: Studies in Family Planning Authors: Aparna Jain, Kumudha Aruldas, Arupendra Mozumdar, Elizabeth Tobey, Rajib Acharya Abstract: Bruce’s quality of care framework, developed nearly three decades ago, brought needed international attention to family planning services. Various data collection efforts exist to measure the quality of contraceptive services. Our study validates two process quality measures and tests their predictive […]