Key topics

Key topics

Selected RHM papers on abortion:

2016

Wood S, Abracinskas L, Correa S, et al. Reform of abortion law in Uruguay: context, process and lessons learned - 24(48):2016
Sheldon S. How can a state control swallowing? The home use of abortion pills in Ireland - 24(48):2016
Macfarlane K A, O'Neil M L, Tekdemir D, et al. Politics, policies, pronatalism, and practice: availability and accessibility of abortion and reproductive health services in Turkey - 24(48):2016
Penn Kekana L, Hall M, Motta S, et al. Should violence services be integrated within abortion care? A UK situation analysis - 24(47):2016
Wainwright M, Colvin C, Swartz A, et al. Self-management of medical abortion: a qualitative evidence synthesis - 24(47):2016
Pitt P, McClaren B, Hodgson J. Embodied experiences of prenatal diagnosis of fetal abnormality and pregnancy termination - 24(47):2016

2015

Baird B. Medical abortion in Australia: a short history - 23 (46): 2015
Drovetta R I. Safe abortion information hotlines: An effective strategy for increasing women’s access to safe abortions in Latin America - 23 (45):2015
Freedman L, Battistelli M F, Gerdts C, et al. Radical or routine? Nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives, and physician assistants as abortion providers - 23(45):2015
Potdar P, Barua A, Dalvie S, et al. If a woman has even one daughter, I refuse to perform the abortion”: Sex determination and safe abortion in India - 23(45):2015
Krishnan S, Dalvie S. From unwanted pregnancy to safe abortion: Sharing information about abortion in Asia through animation - 23(45):2015

2014

Ganatra B, Guest P, Berer M. Expanding access to medical abortion: challenges and opportunities - 22 (sup44):2014
Ramos S, Romero M, Aizenberg L. Women’s experiences with the use of medical abortion in a legally restricted context: the case of Argentina - 22(sup44): 2014
Maternowska M C, Mashu A, Moyo P, et al. Perceptions of misoprostol among providers and women seeking post-abortion care in Zimbabwe - 22(sup44):2014
Mihciokur S, Akin A, Dogan B G, et al. The unmet need for safe abortion in Turkey: a role for medical abortion and training of medical students - 22(sup44):2014
Acharya R, Kalwanyala S. Physicians’ and non-physicians’ views about provision of medical abortion by nurses and AYUSH physicians in Maharashtra and Bihar, India - 22(sup44):2014
Hancart-Petitet P, Ith L, Cockroft L, Delvaux T. Towards safe abortion access: an exploratory study of medical abortion in Cambodia - 22(sup44):2014
Fletcher R. Contesting the cruel treatment of abortion-seeking women - 22(44):2014
Roa M, Klugman B. Considering strategic litigation as an advocacy tool: a case study of the defence of reproductive rights in Colombia - 22(44):2014
Erdman J N. Procedural abortion rights: Ireland and the European Court of Human Rights - 22(44):2014
Ruibal A. Movement and counter-movement: a history of abortion law reform and the backlash in Colombia 2006–2014 - 22(44):2014
Citizen’s Coalition for the Decriminalization of Abortion on Grounds of Health, Ethics and Fetal Anomaly, El Salvador. From hospital to jail: the impact on women of El Salvador’s total criminalization of abortion - 22(44):2014
Roa M, Klugman B. Considering strategic litigation as an advocacy tool: a case study of the defence of reproductive rights in Colombia - 22(44):2014
Erdman J N. Procedural abortion rights: Ireland and the European Court of Human Rights - 22(44):2014
Ruibal A. Movement and counter-movement: a history of abortion law reform and the backlash in Colombia 2006–2014 - 22(44):2014
Citizen’s Coalition for the Decriminalization of Abortion on Grounds of Health, Ethics and Fetal Anomaly, El Salvador. From hospital to jail: the impact on women of El Salvador’s total criminalization of abortion - 22(44):2014
Paine J, Tamés Noriega R, Luz Beltrán y Puga A. Using litigation to defend women prosecuted for abortion in Mexico: challenging state laws and the implications of recent court judgments - 22(44):2014.
Casas L, Vivaldi L. Abortion in Chile: the practice under a restrictive regime - 22(44):2014
Defago M A P, Faúndes J M M. Conservative litigation against sexual and reproductive health policies in Argentina - 22(44):2014
Lafarge C, Mitchell K, Fox P. Termination of pregnancy for fetal abnormality: a meta-ethnography of women’s experiences - 22(44):2014
Statement from the International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion - 22(43):2014
Diniz D, Madeiro A, Rosas C. Conscientious objection, barriers, and abortion in the case of rape: a study among physicians in Brazil - 22(43):2014
Marlow H M, Wamugi S, Yegon E, et al. Women’s perceptions about abortion in their communities: perspectives from western Kenya - 22(43):2014
Wang C. Induced abortion patterns and determinants among married women in China: 1979 to 2010 - 22(43):2014

2013

Faúndes A, Duarte G A, de Sousa M H, et al. Brazilians have different views on when abortion should be legal, but most do not agree with imprisoning women for abortion - 21(42):2013
Berer M. Termination of pregnancy as emergency obstetric care: the interpretation of Catholic health policy and the consequences for pregnant women - 21(41):2013~
Umuhoza C, Oosters B, van Reeuwijk M, et al. Advocating for safe abortion in Rwanda: how young people and the personal stories of young women in prison brought about change - 21(41):2013
Clyde J, Bain J, Castagnaro K, et al. Advocating for safe abortion in Rwanda: how young people and the personal stories of young women in prison brought about change - 21(41):2013
Sowmini C V. Delay in termination of pregnancy among unmarried adolescents and young women attending a tertiary hospital abortion clinic in Trivandrum, Kerala, India - 21(41):2013

2012

Mayi-Tsonga S, Assoumou P, Olé B S, et al. The contribution of research results to dramatic improvements in post-abortion care: Centre Hospitalier de Libreville, Gabon - 20(40):2012
Vélez A C G. "The health exception”: a means of expanding access to legal abortion - 20(40):2012
Diniz S G, d’Oliveira A F P L, Lansky S. Equity and women's health services for contraception, abortion and childbirth in Brazil -20(40):2012
Kumar R. Misoprostol and the politics of abortion in Sri Lanka - 20(40):2012
Yanow S. Positive legal precedent set in case against a woman who self-induced abortion: a rare victory for women in the United States - 20(40):2012

Selected RHM papers on disability:

2017

Addlakha R, Price J, Heidari S. Disability and sexuality: claiming sexual and reproductive rights -  25(50):2017
Peta P. Disability is not asexuality: the childbearing experiences and aspirations of women with disability in Zimbabwe  -  25(50):2017
Wisdom Kwadwo Mprah, Patricia Anafi & Paul Yaw Addai Yeaboah. Exploring misinformation of family planning practices and methods among deaf people in Ghana  -  25(50):2017
Gartrell A, Baesel K, Becker B. “We do not dare to love”: women with disabilities' sexual and reproductive health and rights in rural Cambodia  -  25(50):2017
Burke E, Kébé F, Flink I, et al. A qualitative study to explore the barriers and enablers for young people with disabilities to access sexual and reproductive health services in Senegal   -  25(50):2017
Devine A, Ignacio R, Prenter K, et al. “Freedom to go where I want”: improving access to sexual and reproductive health for women with disabilities in the Philippines -  25(50):2017
Nampewo Z. Young women with disabilities and access to HIV/AIDS interventions in Uganda  -  25(50):2017
Hunt X, Carew MT, Hellum Braathen S, et al. The sexual and reproductive rights and benefit derived from sexual and reproductive health services of people with physical disabilities in South Africa: beliefs of non-disabled people  -  25(50):2017
Owojuyigbe M, Bolorunduro M-E & Busari D. Female genital mutilation as sexual disability: perceptions of women and their spouses in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria  -  25(50):2017
Jaramillo Ruiz F. The Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its take on sexuality -  25(50):2017
Rothler R. Disability rights, reproductive technology, and parenthood: unrealised opportunities  -  25(50):2017
Alexander N, Taylor Gomez M. Pleasure, sex, prohibition, intellectual disability, and dangerous ideas  -  25(50):2017
Abdul Karimu A. Exploring the sexual and reproductive health issues of visually impaired women in Ghana  -  25(50):2017
Shapiro L. The disabled sexual surrogate  -  25(50):2017
Goyal N. Denial of sexual rights: insights from lives of women with visual impairment in India  -  25(50):2017
Breckenridge J. Poems of desire and (dis)ability  -  25(50):2017
Sins Invalid Skin, Tooth, and Bone – The Basis of Movement is Our People: A Disability Justice Primer  -  25(50):2017

 

Selected RHM articles on family planning and contraception:

2016

González Vélez A-C, Diniz S. Inequality, Zika epidemics, and the lack of reproductive rights in Latin America - 24(48):2016
Ngabaza S, Shefer T, Macleod CI. “Girls need to behave like girls you know”: the complexities of applying a gender justice goal within sexuality education in South African schools - 24(48):2016
Cooper D, Harries J, Moodley J et al. Coming of age? Women’s sexual and reproductive health after twenty-one years of democracy in South Africa - 24(48):2016

2015

Both R. Emergency contraceptive use in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Challenging common assumptions about young people’s contraceptive practices. - 23(45):2015.
Keyonzo N, Nyachae P, Kagwe P, et al. From project to program: Tupange’s experience with scaling up family planning interventions in urban Kenya. - 23(45):2015

2014

Robbed of choice and dignity: Indian women dead after mass sterilization: Situational assessment of sterilization camps in Bilaspur District, Chhattisgarh: Report by a multi-organizational team, December 1, 2014 - 22(44):2014.
Coates AL, Hill PS, Rushton S, et al. The Holy See on sexual and reproductive health rights: conservative in position, dynamic in response. - 22(44):2014.
El Feki S, Avafia T, Fidalgo TM, et al. The Global Commission on HIV and the Law: recommendations for legal reform to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights. - 22(44):2014
Godwin J, Szabo G, Sass J, et al. Righting the mismatch between law, policy and the sexual and reproductive health needs of young people in the Asia-Pacific Region. - 22(44):2014
Stone A. Multipurpose prevention technologies for reproductive and sexual health. - 22(44):2014.
Hermann M. Sustainable development, demography and sexual and reproductive health: inseparable linkages and their policy implications. - 22(43):2014
Newman K, Fisher S, Mayhew S, et al. Population, sexual and reproductive health, rights and sustainable development: forging a common agenda. - 22(43):2014
De Souza RM. Resilience, integrated development and family planning: building long-term solutions. - 22(43):2014.
Mohan V, Shellard T. Providing family planning services to remote communities in areas of high biodiversity through a Population-Health-Environment programme in Madagascar. - 22(43):2014
Mjaaland T. Having fewer children makes it possible to educate them all: an ethnographic study of fertility decline in north-western Tigray, Ethiopia. - 22(43):2014
Whipkey KJ, East L, Coffey PS. “Female Condoms Are ____”: Bringing local voices to decision-makers through a film contest. - 22(43):2014

2013

Jejeebhoy SJ, Zavier AJF, Santhya KG. Meeting the commitments of the ICPD Programme of Action to young people - 21(41):2013.
Quaresma da Silva D, Guerra OU, Sperling C. Sex education in the eyes of primary school teachers in Novo Hamburgo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. - 21(41)2013.
Tebbets C, Redwine D. Beyond the clinic walls: empowering young people through Youth Peer Provider programmes in Ecuador and Nicaragua. - 21(41):2013
Rogow L, Haberland M, Del Valle A, et al. Integrating gender and rights into sexuality education: field reports on using It’s All One. - 21(41):2013
Hoggart L. Newton VL. Young women’s experiences of side-effects from contraceptive implants: a challenge to bodily control. - 21(41):2013
Hardon A, Idrus NI, Hymans TD. Chemical sexualities: the use of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products by youth in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. - 21(41):2013

2012

Gruskin S. Pregnancy decisions of women living with HIV: the need for multidisciplinary perspectives .- 20(sup39):2012.
Farley TMM, Lusti-Narasimhan M. Hormonal contraception and risk of HIV acquisition: a difficult policy position in spite of incomplete evidence. - 20(sup39):2012.
Messersmith LJ, Semrau K, Anh TL, et al. Women living with HIV in Vietnam: desire for children, use of sexual and reproductive health services, and advice from providers. - 20(sup39):2012
Keogh SC, Urassa M, Roura M, et al. The impact of antenatal HIV diagnosis on postpartum childbearing desires in northern Tanzania: a mixed methods study. - 20(sup39):2012.
Crankshaw TL, Matthews LT, Giddy J, et al. A conceptual framework for understanding HIV risk behavior in the context of supporting fertility goals among HIV-serodiscordant couples. - 20(sup39):2012.
Strode A, Mthembu S, Essack Z. “She made up a choice for me”: 22 HIV-positive women’s experiences of involuntary sterilization in two South African provinces. - 20(sup39):2012.
Mazzeo CI, Flanagan EH, Bobrow EA, et al. How the global call for elimination of pediatric HIV can support HIV-positive women to achieve their pregnancy intentions. - 20(sup39):2012.
Ramirez-Ferrero E, Lusti-Narasimhan M. The role of men as partners and fathers in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and in the promotion of sexual and reproductive health. - 20(sup39):2012.
Positive and pregnant – how dare you: a study on access to reproductive and maternal health care for women living with HIV in Asia: by Women of the Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV, March 2012 - 20(sup39):2012.
MacCarthy S, Rasanathan JJK, Ferguson L, et al. The pregnancy decisions of HIV-positive women: the state of knowledge and way forward. - 20(sup39):2012.
Diniz SG, d’Oliveira AFPL, Lansky S. Equity and women’s health services for contraception, abortion and childbirth in Brazil. - 20(40):2012.
Hyttel M, Rasanathan JJK, Telleir M, et al. Use of injectable hormonal contraceptives: diverging perspectives of women and men, service providers and policymakers in Uganda. - 20(40):2012.
Nielsen KK, Nielsen SM, Butler R, et al. Key barriers to the use of moderncontraceptives among women in Albania: a qualitative study. - 20(40):2012.
Seims S, Khadduri R. Measuring improvements in sexual and reproductive health and rights in sub-Saharan Africa. - 20(40):2012.

2011

Cottingham J, Berer M. Access to essential medicines for sexual and reproductive health care: the role of the pharmaceutical industry and international regulation. - 19(38):2011.
Ravindran STK, Fonn S. Are social franchises contributing to universal access to reproductive health services in low-income countries? - 19(38):2011.
Windisch R, de Savigny D, Onadja G, et al. HIV treatment and reproductive health in the health system in Burkina Faso: resource allocation and the need for integration. - 19(38):2011.
Nguyen H, Snider J, Ravishankar N, et al. Assessing public and private sector contributions in reproductive health financing and utilization for six sub-Saharan African countries. - 19(37):2011.
Kongsri S, Limwattananon S, Sirilak S, et al. Equity of access to and utilization of reproductive health services in Thailand: national Reproductive Health Survey data, 2006 and 2009. - 19(37):2011.
Whittaker A. Cross-border assisted reproduction care in Asia: implications for access, equity and regulations - 19(37):2011.
Purdy CH. Using the Internet and social media to promote condom use in Turkey. - 19(37):2011.
Knerr W. Does condom social marketing improve health outcomes and increase usage and equitable access? - 19(37):2011.
Rispel LC, Metcalf CA, Moody K, et al. Sexual relations and childbearing decisions of HIV-discordant couples: an exploratory study in South Africa and Tanzania. - 19(37):2011.

2010

Ravindran STK. Privatisation in reproductive health services in Pakistan: three case studies. - 18(36):2010.
Drake JK, Thanh LHT, Suraratdecha C, et al. Stakeholder perceptions of a total market approach to family planning in Viet Nam. - 18(36):2010.
Mishtal J. Neoliberal reforms and privatisation of reproductive health services in post-socialist Poland. - 18(36):2010.
Peters A, Jansen W, van Driel F. The female condom: the international denial of a strong potential. - 18(35):2010.
Char A, Saavala M, Kulmala T. Influence of mothers-in-law on young couples’ family planning decisions in rural India. - 18(35):2010.

2009

Casas L. Invoking conscientious objection in reproductive health care: evolving issues in Peru, Mexico and Chile. - 17(34):2009.
Lee RB, Nacionales LP, Pedroso L. The influence of local policy on contraceptive provision and use in three locales in the Philippines. - 17(34):2009.
Furedi A. New emergency contraceptive method ellaOne® − is it worth the price? - 17(34):2009.
Vernon R. Nurse auxiliaries as providers of intrauterine devices for contraception in Guatemala and Honduras. - 17(33):2009.
Mohammad-Alizadeh S, Wahlström R, Vahidi R, et al. Women’s perceptions of quality of family planning services in Tabriz, Iran. - 17(33):2009.

2008

Birenbaum-Carmeli D. Your faith or mine: a pregnancy spacing intervention in an ultra-orthodox Jewish community in Israel. - 16(32):2008.
Roberts B, Guy S, Sondorp E, et al. A basic package of health services for post-conflict countries: implications for sexual and reproductive health services. - 16(31):2008.
Kottegoda S, Samuel K, Emmanuel S. Reproductive health concerns in six conflict-affected areas of Sri Lanka. - 16(31):2008.
Wayte K, Zwi AB, Belton S, et al. Conflict and development: challenges in responding to sexual and reproductive health needs in Timor-Leste. - 16(31):2008.
Chynoweth SK. The need for priority reproductive health services for displaced Iraqi women and girls. - 16(31):2008.
Bosmans M, Nasser D, Khammash U, et al. Palestinian women’s sexual and reproductive health rights in a longstanding humanitarian crisis. - 16(31):2008.
Gogna M, Binstock G, Fernández S, et al. Adolescent pregnancy in Argentina: evidence-based recommendations for public policies - 16(31):2008.

2007

Lusti-Narasimhan M, Cottingham J, Berer M. Ensuring the sexual and reproductive health of people living with hiv: policies, programmes and health services. - 15(sup29):2007.
Delvaux T, Nöstlinger C. Reproductive choice for women and men living with HIV: contraception, abortion and fertility. - 15(sup29):2007.
Bharat S, Mahendra VS. Meeting the sexual and reproductive health needs of people living with HIV: challenges for health care providers. - 15(sup29):2007.
Faúndes A, Távara L, Brache V, et al. Emergency contraception under attack in Latin America: response of the medical establishment and civil society. - 15(29):2007.
Chávez S, Coe A-B. Emergency contraception in Peru: shifting government and donor policies and influences. - 15(29):2007.
Bernstein S, Edouard L. Targeting access to reproductive health: giving contraception more prominence and using indicators to monitor progress. - 15(29):2007.
Jayawardena H. Use of unsafe condoms and unsafe use of good condoms. - 15(29):2007.

2006

Berer M. Condoms, yes! “Abstinence”, no. - 14(28):2006.
Cleland J, Ali MM, Shah I. Trends in protective behaviour among single vs. married young women in sub-Saharan Africa: the big picture. - 14(28):2006.
Philpott A, Knerr W, Boydell V. Pleasure and prevention: when good sex is safer sex. - 14(28):2006.
Welbourn A. Sex, life and the female condom: some views of HIV positive women - 14(28):2006.
Rojanapithayakorn W. The 100% condom use programme in Asia. - 14(28):2006.
Garcia SG, Yam EA, Firestone M. “No party hat, no party”: successful condom use in sex work in Mexico and the Dominican Republic. - 14(28):2006.
Bosmans M, Cikuru MN, Claeys P, et al. Where have all the condoms gone in adolescent programmes in the Democratic Republic of Congo. - 14(28):2006.
Williamson NE, Liku J, McLoughlin K, et al. A qualitative study of condom use among married couples in Kampala, Uganda. - 14(28):2006.
Mung’ala L, Kilonzo N, Angala P, et al. Promoting female condoms in HIV voluntary counselling and testing centres in Kenya. - 14(28):2006.
Maharaj P, Cleland J. Condoms become the norm in the sexual culture of college students in Durban, South Africa. - 14(28):2006.
Mantell JE, Harrison A, Hoffman S, et al. The Mpondombili Project: preventing HIV/AIDS and unintended pregnancy among rural South African school-going adolescents. - 14(28):2006.
Purdy CH. Fruity, fun and safe: creating a youth condom brand in Indonesia. - 14(28):2006.
Berer M. Dual protection: more needed than practised or understood. - 14(28):2006.
Ditmore M, Neth C. Unsafe condoms and other unsafe sex accessories. - 14(28):2006.
Cohen J, Tate T. The less they know, the better: abstinence-only HIV/AIDS programs in Uganda. - 14(28):2006.
Harvey PD. Big Brother and AIDS: DKT International vs. USAID. - 14(28):2006.
Nakari T. Second generation female condom available. - 14(28):2006
Utomo ID, Arsyad SS, Hasmi EN. Village family planning volunteers in Indonesia: their role in the family planning programme. - 14(27):2006.
Wood K, Jewkes R. Blood blockages and scolding nurses: barriers to adolescent contraceptive use in South Africa. - 14(27):2006.
Warenius LU, Faxelid EA, Chishimba PN, et al. Nurse-Midwives' Attitudes towards Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs in Kenya and Zambia. - 14(27):2006.
Jaruseviciene L, Levasseur G, Liljestrand J. Confidentiality for adolescents seeking reproductive health care in Lithuania: the perceptions of general practitioners. - 14(27):2006.
Rashid SF. Emerging changes in reproductive behaviour among married adolescent girls in an urban slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh. - 14(27):2006.
Petracci M, Ramos S, Szulik D. A strategic assessment of the reproductive health and responsible parenthood programme of Buenos Aires, Argentina. - 14(25):2006.
Corrêa S, McIntyre P, Rodrigues C, et al. The population and reproductive health programme in Brazil 1990-2002: lessons learned: a report to the John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation.
Desgrées-du-Loû A, Brou H. Resumption of sexual relations following childbirth: norms, practices and reproductive health issues in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. - 13(25):2005.
Ortayli N, Bulut A, Ozugurlu M, et al. why withdrawal? why not withdrawal? men’s perspectives.

2004

Ioannidi-Kapolou E. Use of contraception and abortion in Greece: a review. - 12(sup24):2004.
Johnson BR, Horga M, Fajans P. A strategic assessment of abortion and contraception in Romania. - 12(sup24):2004.
Hull TH, Hasmi E, Widyantoro N. “Peer” educator initiatives for adolescent reproductive health projects in Indonesia. - 12(23):2004.
Holzner BM, Oetomo D. Youth, sexuality and sex education messages in Indonesia: issues of desire and control. - 12(23):2004.
Ravindran TKS, Balasubramanian P. “Yes” to abortion but “no” to sexual rights: the paradoxical reality of married women in rural Tamil Nadu, India - 12(23):2004.
Steen R, Shapiro K. Intrauterine contraceptive devices and risk of pelvic inflammatory disease: standard of care in high STI prevalence settings. - 12(23):2004.
Riyami AA, Afifi M, Mabry RM. Women’s autonomy, education and employment in oman and their influence on contraceptive use. - 12(23):2004.
Sychareun V. Meeting the contraceptive needs of unmarried young people: attitudes of formal and informal sector providers in Vientiane Municipality, Lao PDR. - 12(23):2004.

2003

Knauth DR, Barbosa RM, Hopkins K. Between personal wishes and medical “prescription”: mode of delivery and post-partum sterilisation among women with HIV in Brazil. - 11(22):2003.
Brady M. Preventing sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy, and safeguarding fertility: triple protection needs of young women - 11(22):2003.
Feldman R, Maposhere C. Safer sex and reproductive choice: findings from “positive women: voices and choices” in Zimbabwe. - 11(22):2003.
Slaymaker E, Zaba B. Measurement of condom use as a risk factor for HIV infection. - 11(22):2003.
Philpott A. Re-use of the female condom: now for the practical realities. - 11(22):2003.
Berer M. Integration of sexual and reproductive health services: a health sector priority. - 11(21):2003.
Oliff M, Mayaud P, Brugha R, et al. Integrating reproductive health services in a reforming health sector: the case of Tanzania. - 11(21):2003.
Hardon A. Reproductive health care in the Netherlands: would integration improve it? - 11(21):2003
Mayhew SH. The impact of decentralisation on sexual and reproductive health services in Ghana. - 11(21):2003.
Delvaux T, Crabbé F, Seng S, et al. The need for family planning and safe abortion services among women sex workers seeking STI care in Cambodia. - 11(21):2003.
Lakshminarayanan R. Decentralisation and its implications for reproductive health: the Philippines experience. - 11(21):2003.
Warren M, Philpott A. Expanding safer sex options: introducing the female condom into national programmes. - 11(21):2003.
Heimburger A, Gras C, Guedes A. Expanding access to emergency contraception: the case of Brazil and Colombia. - 11(21):2003.

2002

World Health Organization. Considerations regarding re-use of the female condom. - 10(20):2002.

2001

Ahlberg BM, Jylkäs E, Krantz I. Gendered construction of sexual risks: implications for safer sex among young people in Kenya and Sweden. - 9(17):2001.
Barua A, Kurz K. Reproductive health-seeking by married adolescent girls in Maharashtra, India. - 9(17):2001.
Harrison A, Xaba N, Kunene P. Understanding safe sex: gender narratives of HIV and pregnancy prevention by rural South African school-going youth. - 9(17):2001.
Zheng Z, Zhou Y, Zheng L, et al. Sexual behaviour and contraceptive use among unmarried, young women migrant workers in five cities in China. - 9(17):2001.
Cui N, Li M, Gao E. Views of Chinese parents on the provision of contraception to unmarried youth. - 9(17):2001.
Henry-Lee A. Women’s reasons for discontinuing contraceptive use within 12 months: Jamaica. - 9(17):2001.

2000

Jacobson JL. Transforming family planning programmes: Towards a framework for advancing the reproductive rights agenda. - 8(15):2000.
Rasch V, Silberschmidt M, Mchumvu Y, et al. Adolescent girls with illegally induced abortion Dar es Salaam: The discrepancy between sexual behaviour and lack of access to contraception. - 8(15):2000.

1999

Khan A. Mobility of women and access to health and family planning services in Pakistan. - 7(14):1999.
O’Reilly KR, Dehne KL, Snow R. Should management of sexually transmitted infections be integrated into family planning services: Evidence and challenges. - 7(14):1999.
Ringheim K. Reversing the downward trend in men’s share of contraceptive use. - 7(14):1999.
Lee RB. Men’s involvement in women’s reproductive health projects and programmes in the Philippines. - 7(14):1999.
Gillespie R. Voluntary childlessness in the United Kingdom. - 7(13):1999.

1998

Santos N, Ventura-Filipe E, Paiva V. HIV positive women, reproduction and sexuality in São Paulo, Brazil. - 6(12):1998.
Douthwaite M, Miller P, Sultana M, et al. Couple communication and sexual satisfaction among withdrawal users in Pakistan. - 6(12):1998.
Roundtable discussion. ‘If men’s erections are going to be funded, why are women still paying for birth control?’ - 6(12):1998.
Stein K. Using situation analysis to assess women’s perceptions of quality of maternal-child health and family planning services.- 6(11):1998.
Johansson A, Lap NT, Hoa Hoang Thi, Diwan VK, et al. Population policy, son preference and the use of IUDs in North Vietnam. - 6(11):1998.
Van Hollen C. Moving targets: Routine IUD insertion in maternity wards in Tamil Nadu, India. - 6(11):1998.
Renne EP. Postinor use among young women in Southwestern Nigeria: A research note. - 6(11):1998.
Hartmann B, Will A. Immunocontraceptive research: two responses. - 6(11):1998.

1997

Hardon A. Contesting claims on the safety and acceptability of anti-fertifity vaccines. - 5(10):1997.

1996

Hoodfar H. Bargaining with fundamentalism: Women and the politics of population control in Iran. - 4(8):1996.
Machado MdDC. Sexual values and family planning among charismatic and Pentecostal movements in Brazil. - 4(8):1996.
Schuler SR, Hashemi SM, Cullum A, et al. The advent of family planning as a social norm in Bangladesh: women’s experiences. - 4(7):1996.
Ringheim K. Whither methods for men? Emerging gender issues in contraception. - 4(7):1996.
Hulton L, Falkingham J. Male contraceptive knowledge and practice: what do we know? -4(7):1996.
Lin L, Shizhong W, Jian G, et al. Improving condom use in Sichuan, China: Findings from a qualitative study. - 4(7):1996.
Rix BA. The condom challenge. - 4(7):1996.
Seex J. Making space for young men in family planning clinics. - 4(7):1996
Wilkinson D, Wegner MN, Mwangi N, et al. Improving vasectomy services in Kenya: Lessons from a mystery client study. - 4(7):1996
Helmer JF. Men’s involvement in family planning. - 4(7):1996.
Henry A. Saga of the newer generation pills and the concept of risk. - 4(7):1996.

1995

Nunes FE, Delph YM. Making abortion law reform happen in Guyana: A success story. - 3(6):1995.
Milstien J, Griffin PD, Lee J-W. Damage to immunisation programmes from misinformation on contraceptive vaccines. - 3(6):1995.
Ramanathan M, Dilip TR, Padmadas SS. Quality of care in laparoscopic sterilisation camps: Observations from Kerala, India. - 3(6):1995.
Tan ML. Flavoured condoms. - 3(6):1995.
Berer M. The quinacrine controversy continues. - 3(6):1995.
Shallat L. Business as usual for quinacrinne sterilisation in Chile. - 3(6):1995.
Berer M, Ravindran TKS. Pregnancy birth control, STDs and AIDS: promoting safer sex. - 3(5):1995
Barbosa RM, Villela WV. Sterilisation and sexual behaviour among women in São Paulo, Brazil. - 3(5):1995
Meursing K, Sibindi F. Condoms, family planning and living with HIV in Zimbabwe. - 3(5):1995
Ray S, Bassett M, Maposhere C, et al. Acceptability of the female condom in Zimbabwe: Positive but male-centred responses. - 3(5):1995
Helmer JF, Roitstein F. HIV/STD prevention in family planning services: Training as a strategy for change. - 3(5):1995

1994

Berer M. The meaning of motherhood, fatherhood and fertility: for women who do and women who don’t have children. - 2(4):1994
Berer M. The quinacrine controversy one year on. - 2(4):1994
Stemerding B. Vaccine contraceptives: Wisdom, optimism and combatting the potential for abuse. - 2(4):1994
Ravindran TKS, Berer M. Contraceptive safety and effectiveness: Re-evaluating women’s needs and professional criteria. - 2(3):1994
Perea JGF. The introduction of new methods of contraception: Ethical perspectives. - 2(3):1994
Widyantoro N. The story of Norplant® implants in Indonesia. - 2(3):1994
Walsh J, Belfield T. The introduction of Norplant® implants into the UK. - 2(3):1994
Allina A, Coeytaux FM. Over-the counter distribution of oral contraceptives. - 2(3):1994
Rees H. Acquiring the pill: Safety issues. - 2(3):1994
Vishwanath S. May I have some more milk pills, please? - 2(3):1994
Price N. Contraceptive social marketing: Pros and cons. - 2(3):1994
Richters J. Researching condoms: The laboratory and the bedroom. - 2(3):1994
Pyper C. Natural family planning: Values and evaluations. - 2(3):1994
Rašević M. Yugoslavia: Abortion as a preferred method of birth control. - 2(3):1994
O’Brien J. Men and family planning: So, what did they talk about? - 2(3):1994
Bronnenkant L J. IUDS for India were safe. - 2(3):1994
Richters J. Coitus interruptus: Could it reduce the risk of HIV transmission? - 2(3):1994
Griffin PD, Jones WR, Stevens VC. Anti-fertility vaccines: Current status and implications for family planning programmes. - 2(3):1994

1993

Pine RN. Achieving public health objectives through family planning services. - 1(2):1993
Pollack AE, Carignan CS. The use of quinacrine pellets for non-surgical female sterilisation. - 1(2):1993
Berer M. Population and family planning policies: women-centred perspectives. - 1(1):1993
Gupta JA. ‘People like you never agree to get it’: an Indian family planning clinic. - 1(1):1993
Ogino M. Japanese women and the decline of the birth rate. - 1(1):1993
Cottingham J, Mehta S. Medical barriers to contraceptive use. - 1(1):1993

Selected RHM papers on female genital mutilation:

2016

Brown E, Mwangi-Powell F, Jerotich M, et al. Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya: are young men allies in social change programmes? 24(47):2016.

2015

Berer M. The history and role of the criminal law in anti-FGM campaigns: Is the criminal law what is needed, at least in countries like Great Britain? - 23(46):2015.

2014

Bergom Lunde I, Sagbakken M. Female genital cutting in Hargeisa, Somaliland: is there a move towards less severe forms? - 22(43):2014.

2012

Ali C, Strøm A. “It is important to know that before, there was no lawalawa.” Working to stop female genital mutilation in Tanzania - 20(40):2012.

2010

Fahmy A, El-Mouelhy MT, Raqab AR. Female genital mutilation/cutting and issues of sexuality in Egypt - 18(36):2010.
Tiefer L. Activism on the medicalization of sex and female genital cosmetic surgery by the New View Campaign in the United States - 18(35):2010.
Johnsdotter S, Essén B. Genitals and ethnicity: the politics of genital modifications - 18(35):2010.
Scorgie F. “Cutting for love”: genital incisions to enhance sexual desirability and commitment in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa - 18(35):2010
Berer M. Labia reduction for non-therapeutic reasons vs. female genital mutilation: contradictions in law and practice in Britain - 18(35):2010.
Jirovsky E. Views of women and men in Bobo-Dioulasso, BurkinaFaso, on three forms of female genital modification - 18(35):2010.
Berer M. Cosmetic surgery, body image and sexuality - 18(35):2010.
Dorneles de Andrade D. On norms and bodies: findings from field research on cosmetic surgery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 18(35):2010.

2009

Ako MA, Akweongo A. The limited effectiveness of legislation against female genital mutilation and the role of community beliefs in Upper East Region, Ghana - 17(34):2009.

2001

Keita D, Blankhart D. Community-based survey on female genital excision in Faranah District, Guinea - 9(18):2001.

1999

El Dawla AS. The political and legal struggle over female genital mutilation in Egypt: Five years since the ICPD - 7(13):1999.
Obermeyer CM, Reynolds RF. On cutting women’s genitals - 7(13):1999.
Isa AR, Shuib R, Othman MS. The practice of female circumcision among Muslims in Kelantan, Malaysia - 7(13):1999.

Selected RHM papers on human rights:

2016

Miller AM, Kismodi E, Cottingham J. Sexual rights as human rights: a guide to authoritative sources and principles for applying human rights to sexuality and sexual health. - 23(46):2016
Paiva V, Silva VN. Facing negative reactions to sexuality education through a Multicultural Humans Rights framework. - 23(46):2016
Poteat T, Logie C, Adams D, et al. Stigma, sexual health, and human rights among women who have sex with women in Lesotho. - 23(46):2016
Stahlman S, Bechtold K, Sweitzer S. Sexual identity stigma and social support among men who have sex with men in Lesotho: a qualitative analysis. - 23(46):2016

2015

Heidari S. Sexual rights and bodily integrity as human rights. - 23(46):2015.
Schwartz SR, Baral S. Fertility-related research needs among women at the margins 22(45):2015

2014

Halford S, Prasad S. The shifting politics in multilateral development and human rights negotiations and the absence of accountability. - 22(44):2014
El Feki S, Avafia T, Fidalgo TM, et al. The Global Commission on HIV and the Law: recommendations for legal reform to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights. - 22(44):2014
Ruibal A. Movement and counter-movement: a history of abortion law reform and the backlash in Colombia 2006–2014. - 22(44):2014
Roa M, Klugman B. Considering strategic litigation as an advocacy tool: a case study of the defence of reproductive rights in Colombia. - 22(44):2014
Paine J, Noriega RT, Beltrán y Puga AL. Using litigation to defend women prosecuted for abortion in Mexico: challenging state laws and the implications of recent court judgments. - 22(44):2014
Erdman JN. Procedural abortion rights: Ireland and the European Court of Human Rights. - 22(44):2014
Barth K. Legal and human rights achievements of Anand Grover in India and as Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health, 2008–2014. - 22(44):2014
Newman K, Fisher S, Mayhew S, et al. Population, sexual and reproductive health, rights and sustainable development: forging a common agenda. - 22(43):2014

2013

Oronje RN. The Kenyan national response to internationally agreed sexual and reproductive health and rights goals: a case study of three policies. - 21(42): 2013
Fried ST, Khurshid A, Tarlton D, et al. Universal health coverage: necessary but not sufficient. - 21(42): 2013
Haslegrave M. Ensuring the inclusion of sexual and reproductive health and rights under a sustainable development goal on health in the post-2015 human rights framework for development. - 21(42): 2013
Ooms G, Mulumba M, Hammonds R, et al. A global social contract to reduce maternal mortality: the human rights arguments and the case of Uganda. - 21(42): 2013
McGovern T. No risk, no gain: invest in women and girls by funding advocacy, organizing, litigation and work to shift culture. - 21(42): 2013

Copelon R, Zampas C, Brusie E, et al. Human rights begin at birth: international law and the claim of fetal rights. - 13(26):2013

2012

de Bruyn M. HIV, unwanted pregnancy and abortion – where is the human rights approach? - 20(39):2012
Kismödi E, Bueno de Mesquita J, Ibañez XA, et al. Human rights accountability for maternal death and failure to provide safe, legal abortion: the significance of two ground-breaking CEDAW decisions. - 20(39):2012
Pacagnella RC, Cecatti RJ, Osis MJ, et al. The role of delays in severe maternal morbidity and mortality: expanding the conceptual framework. - 20(39):2012

2011

Nowicka W. Sexual and reproductive rights and the human rights agenda: controversial and contested. - 19(38):2011

2010

Hallgarten L. It’s all one curriculum: guidelines and activities for a unified approach to sexuality, gender, HIV, and human rights education. - 18(36):2010

2009

Jürgens R, Cohen J, Cameron E, et al. Ten reasons to oppose the criminalization of HIV exposure or transmission. - 17(24):2009
Ahmed A, Hanssens C, Kelly B. Protecting HIV-positive women’s human rights: recommendations for the United States National HIV/AIDS Strategy. - 17(34):2009
Casas L, Ahumada C. Teenage sexuality and rights in Chile: from denial to punishment. - 17(34):2009
Casas L. Invoking conscientious objection in reproductive health care: evolving issues in Peru, Mexico and Chile. - 17(34):2009
Dixon-Mueller R, Germain A, Fredrick B, et al. Towards a sexual ethics of rights and responsibilities. - 17(34):2009
Brown W, Hanefeld J, Welsh J. Criminalising HIV transmission: punishment without protection. - 17(34):2009
Sanon P, Kaboré S, Wilen J, et al. Advocating prevention over punishment: the risks of HIV criminalization in Burkina Faso. - 17(34):2009

2008

Hakamies N, Geissler PW, Borchert M. Providing reproductive health care to internally displaced persons: barriers experienced by humanitarian agencies. - 16(31):2008

2007

Freedman LP. Health system strengthening: new potential for public health and human rights collaboration. - 15(30):2007

Gruskin S, FergusonL, O’Malley J. Ensuring sexual and reproductive health for people living with HIV: an overview of key human rights, policy and health systems issues. - 15(30):2007

2005

Adesse L, de Almeida LCR. Using human rights principles to promote quality of abortion care in Brazil - 13(26):2005
Solomon N. AIDS 2004, Bangkok: a human rights and development issue. - 13(25):2005

2004

Cooper D, Morroni C, Orner P, et al. Ten years of democracy in South Africa: documenting transformation in reproductive health policy and status. - 12(24):2004
McNaughton HL, Mitchell E, Blandon MM. Should doctors be the judges? ambiguous policies on legal abortion in Nicaragua. - 12(sup24):2004
Wang P. The prosecution of Taiwan sexuality researcher and activist Josephine Ho. - 12(23):2004
Oosterhoff P, Zwanikken P, Ketting E. Sexual torture of men in Croatia and other conflict situations: an open secret. - 12(23):2004
Amado LE. Sexual and bodily rights as human rights in the Middle East and North Africa. - 12(23):2004
Tambiah Y. Sexuality and women’s rights in armed conflict in Sri Lanka. - 12(23):2004

2003

Smith-Estelle A, Gruskin S. Vulnerability to HIV/STIs among rural women from migrant communities in Nepal: a health and human rights framework. - 11(22):2003

2002

Teklehaimanot KI. Using the right to life to confront unsafe abortion in Africa. - 10(19):2002

2000

Scoular A. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Kalavathy MC, Vijayasankar SK. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Aka-Dago-Akribi H, Msellati P, Desgrées du Loû A, et al. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Zorrilla CD. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Hepburn M. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Thongkrajai E. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Hankins C. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Kishore RR. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
de Bruyn M. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Hepburn M, Scoular A. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Ray S. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Kalavathy MC, Vijayasankar SK. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000

1999

El Dawla AS. The political and legal struggle over female genital mutilation in Egypt: Five years since the ICPD. - 7(13):1999

1997

Cook RJ. UN Human Rights Committees advance reproductive rights. 5(10):1997
Abeyesekera S. Abortion in Sri Lanka in the context of women’s human rights. - 5(9):1997

Selected RHM papers on HIV and AIDS:

2016

Mills E. “When the skies fight”: HIV, violence and pathways of precarity in South Africa. - 24(47):2016
Chadwick K. Creating social norm change to prevent VAW and HIV: a programmatic perspective from Uganda. - 24(47):2016
Daly F, Spicer N, Willan S. Sexual rights but not the right to health? Lesbian and bisexual women in South Africa’s National Strategic Plans on HIV and STIs. - 24(47):2016
Eba PM. Towards smarter HIV laws: considerations for improving HIV-specific legislation in sub-Saharan Africa. - 24(47):2016

2015

Cooper B, Crockett C. Gender-based violence and HIV across the life course: adopting a sexual rights framework to include older women. - 23(46):2015
Toskin, I, Cooper B, Troussier TH, et al. WHO guidelines for brief sexuality related communication: implications for STI/HIV policy and practice. - 23(46):2015
Forbes A. Speaking of sex workers: How suppression of research has distorted the United States’ domestic HIV response. - 23(45):2015

2014

Gruskin S, Safreed-Harmon K, Moore CL, et al. HIV and gender-based violence: welcome policies and programmes, but is the research keeping up? - 22(44):2014
El Feki S, Avafia T, Fidalgo TM, et al. The Global Commission on HIV and the Law: recommendations for legal reform to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights. - 22(44):2014
NAM and European AIDS Treatment Group. Community consensus statement on the use of antiretroviral therapy in preventing HIV transmission. - 22(43):2014

2013

Forbes A. Mobilizing women at the grassroots to shape health policy: a case study of the Global Campaign for Microbicides. - 21(42):2013
Marques M, Ressa N. The Sexuality Education Initiative: a programme involving teenagers, schools, parents and sexual health services in Los Angeles, CA, USA. - 21(41):2013
Busza J, Besana GVR, Mapunda P, et al. “I have grown up controlling myself a lot.” Fear and misconceptions about sex among adolescents vertically-infected with HIV in Tanzania. - 21(41):2013
Hildebrand M, Ahumada C, Watson S. CrowdOutAIDS: crowdsourcing youth perspectives for action. - 21(41):2013
Mburu G, Hodgson I, Teltschik A, et al. Rights-based services for adolescents living with HIV: adolescent self-efficacy and implications for health systems in Zambia. - 21(41):2013
Heslop J, Banda R. Moving beyond the “male perpetrator, female victim” discourse in addressing sex and relationships for HIV prevention: peer research in Eastern Zambia. - 21(41):2013

2012

Barbosa RM, Pinho AA, Santos NS, et al. Exploring the relationship between induced abortion and HIV infection in Brazil. - 20(sup 39):2012
Keogh SC, Urassa M, Roura M, et al. The impact of antenatal HIV diagnosis on postpartum childbearing desires in northern Tanzania: a mixed methods study. - 20(sup 39):2012
de Bruyn M. HIV, unwanted pregnancy and abortion – where is the human rights approach? - 20(sup 39):2012
Mazzeo CI, Flanagan EH, Bobrow EA, et al. How the global call for elimination of pediatric HIV can support HIV-positive women to achieve their pregnancy intentions. - 20(sup 39):2012
Zamudio-Haas S, Mudekunye-Mahaka I, Lambdin BH, et al. If, when and how to tell: a qualitative study of HIV disclosure among young women in Zimbabwe. - 20(sup 39):2012
Chitembo A, Dilmitis S, Edwards O, et al. Towards an HIV-free generation: getting to zero or getting to rights? - 20(sup 39):2012
Crankshaw TL, MatthewsLT, Giddy J, et al. A conceptual framework for understanding HIV risk behavior in the context of supporting fertility goals among HIV-serodiscordant couples. - 20(sup 39):2012
Messersmith LJ, Semrau K, Anh TL, et al. Women living with HIV in Vietnam: desire for children, use of sexual and reproductive health services, and advice from providers. - 20(sup 39):2012
MacCarthy S, Rasanathan JJK, Ferguson L, et al. The pregnancy decisions of HIV-positive women: the state of knowledge and way forward. - 20(sup 39):2012
Ramirez-Ferrero E, Lusti-Narasimhan M. The role of men as partners and fathers in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and in the promotion of sexual and reproductive health. - 20(sup 39):2012
Strode A, Mthembu S, Essack Z. “She made up a choice for me”: 22 HIV-positive women’s experiences of involuntary sterilization in two South African provinces. - 20(sup 39):2012
Gruskin S. Pregnancy decisions of women living with HIV: the need for multidisciplinary perspectives. - 20(sup 39):2012
Farley TMM, Lusti-Narasimhan M. Hormonal contraception and risk of HIV acquisition: a difficult policy position in spite of incomplete evidence. - 20(sup 39):2012
Women of the Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV. Positive and pregnant – how dare you: a study on access to reproductive and maternal health care for women living with HIV in Asia. - 20(sup 39):2012
Daly F. The introduction of new antiretroviral-based HIV prevention methods into health systems: an update. - 20(39):2012

2011

Windisch R, de Savigny D, Onadja G, et al. HIV treatment and reproductive health in the health system in Burkina Faso: resource allocation and the need for integration. - 19(38):2011
Rispel LC, Metcalf CA, Moody K, et al. Sexual relations and childbearing decisions of HIV-discordant couples: an exploratory study in South Africa and Tanzania. - 19(37):2011
Knerr W. Does condom social marketing improve health outcomes and increase usage and equitable access? - 19(37):2011

2010

Hallgarten L. It’s all one curriculum: guidelines and activities for a unified approach to sexuality, gender, HIV, and human rights education. - 18(36):2010
Jeffreys E, Matthews K, Thomas A. HIV criminalisation and sex work in Australia. - 18(35):2010
Peters A, Jansen W, van Driel F. The female condom: the international denial of a strong potential. - 18(35):2010

2009

Jürgens R, Cohen J, Cameron E, et al. Ten reasons to oppose the criminalization of HIV exposure or transmission. - 17(34):2009
Ahmed A, Hanssens C, Kelly B. Protecting HIV-positive women’s human rights: recommendations for the United States National HIV/AIDS Strategy. - 17(34):2009
Csete J, Pearshouse R, Symington A. Vertical HIV transmission should be excluded from criminal prosecution. - 17(34):2009
Dodds C, Bourne A, Weait M. Responses to criminal prosecutions for HIV transmission among gay men with HIV in England and Wales. - 17(34):2009
Brown W, Hanefeld J, Welsh J. Criminalising HIV transmission: punishment without protection. - 17(34):2009
Sanon P, Kaboré S, Wilen J, et al. Advocating prevention over punishment: the risks of HIV criminalization in Burkina Faso. - 17(34):2009
Levy JM. Women’s expectations of treatment and care after an antenatal HIV diagnosis in Lilongwe, Malawi. - 17(33):2009
Zabina H, Kissin D, Pervysheva E, et al. Abandonment of infants by HIV-positive women in Russia and prevention measures. - 17(33):2009
Chinkonde JR, Sundby J, Martinson F. The prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission programme in Lilongwe, Malawi: why do so many women drop out. - 17(33):2009
Rispel LC, Metcalf CA. Breaking the silence: South African HIV policies and the needs of men who have sex with men. - 17(33):2009

2008

Desgrées-du-Loû A, Orne-Gliemann J. Couple-centred testing and counselling for HIV serodiscordant heterosexual couples in sub-Saharan Africa. - 16(32):2008
Oosterhoff P, Anh NT, Yen PN, et al. HIV-positive mothers in Viet Nam: using their status to build support groups and access essential services. - 16(32):2008
Berer M. Male circumcision for HIV prevention: what about protecting men’s partners? - 16(32):2008
Sunderam S, Hollander L, Macaluso M, et al. Safe conception for HIV discordant couples through sperm-washing: experience and perceptions of patients in Milan, Italy. - 16(31):2008
Pinkham S, Malinowska-Sempruch K. Women, harm reduction and HIV. - 16(31):2008

2007

Luo C, Akwara P, Ngongo N, et al. Global progress in PMTCT and paediatric HIV care and treatment in low- and middle-income countries in 2004–2005. - 15(30):2007
Druce N, Nolan A. Seizing the big missed opportunity: linking HIV and maternity care services in sub-Saharan Africa. - 15(30):2007
Segurado AC, Paiva V. Rights of HIV positive people to sexual and reproductive health: parenthood. - 15(sup29):2007
Delvaux T, Nöstlinger C. Reproductive choice for women and men living with HIV: contraception, abortion and fertility. - 15(sup29):2007
Lusti-Narasimhan M, Cottingham J, Berer M. Ensuring the sexual and reproductive health of people living with HIV: policies, programmes and health services. - 15(sup29):2007
Bell E, Mthembu P, O’Sullivan S, et al. Sexual and reproductive health services and HIV testing: perspectives and experiences of women and men living with HIV and AIDS. - 15(sup29):2007
Berer M. Roundtable: Male circumcision for HIV prevention: perspectives on gender and sexuality. - 15(29):2007
Bharat S, Mahendra VS. Meeting the sexual and reproductive health needs of people living with HIV: challenges for health care providers. - 15(sup29):2007
Shapiro K, Ray S. Sexual health for people living with HIV. - 15(sup29):2007

2006

Cleland J, Ali MM, Shah I. Trends in protective behaviour among single vs. married young women in sub-Saharan Africa: the big picture. - 14(28):2006
Maharaj P, Cleland J. Condoms become the norm in the sexual culture of college students in Durban, South Africa. - 14(28):2006
Philpott A, Knerr W, Boydell V. Pleasure and prevention: when good sex is safer sex. - 14(28):2006
Darden C. Promoting condoms in Brazil to men who have sex with men. - 14(28):2006
Mung’ala L, Kilonzo N, Angala P, et al. Promoting female condoms in HIV voluntary counselling and testing centres in Kenya. - 14(28):2006
Garcia SG, Yam EA, Firestone M. “No party hat, no party”: successful condom use in sex work in Mexico and the Dominican Republic. - 14(28):2006
Berer M. Dual protection: more needed than practised or understood. - 14(28):2006
Gordon G, Mwale V. Preventing HIV with young people: a case study from Zambia. - 14(28):2006
Welbourn A. Sex, life and the female condom: some views of HIV positive women. - 14(28):2006
Williamson NE, Liku J, McLoughlin K, et al. A qualitative study of condom use among married couples in Kampala, Uganda. - 14(28):2006
Mantell JE, Harrison A, Hoffman S, et al. The Mpondombili Project: preventing HIV/AIDS and unintended pregnancy among rural South African school-going adolescents. - 14(28):2006
Ditmore M, Neth C. Unsafe condoms and other unsafe sex accessories. - 14(28):2006
Rojanapithayakorn W. The 100% Condom Use Programme in Asia. - 14(28):2006
Cohen J, Tate T. The less they know, the better: abstinence-only HIV/AIDS programs in Uganda. - 14(28):2006
Schneider H, Blaauw D, Gilson L, et al. Health systems and access to antiretroviral drugs for HIV in Southern Africa: service delivery and human resources challenges. - 14(27):2006

2005

Myer L, Rabkin M, Abrams EJ, et al. Focus on women: linking HIV care and treatment with reproductive health services in the MTCT-Plus Initiative. - 13(25):2005
Frasca T. Women and HIV/AIDS: confronting the crisis. - 13(25):2005
McIntyre J. Maternal health and HIV. - 13(25):2005

2004

Halmshaw C, Hawkins K. Capitalising on global HIV/AIDS funding: the challenge for civil society and government. - 12(24):2004
Dago-Akribi HA, Cacou Adjoua M-C. Psychosexual development among HIV-positive adolescents in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. - 12(23):2004
Singh S, Darroch JE, Bankole A. A, B and C in Uganda: the roles of abstinence, monogamy and condom use in HIV decline. - 12(23):2004

2003

Feldman R, Maposhere C. Safer sex and reproductive choice: findings from “Positive Women: Voices and Choices” in Zimbabwe. - 11(22):2003
Berer M. Traditional birth attendants in developing countries cannot be expected to carry out HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment activities. - 11(22):2003
Kim JC, Martin LJ, Denny L. Rape and HIV post-exposure prophylaxis: addressing the dual epidemics in South Africa. - 11(22):2003
Dowsett GW. Some considerations on sexuality and gender in the context of AIDS. - 11(22):2003
Chan KY, Reidpath DD. “Typhoid Mary” and “HIV Jane”: responsibility, agency and disease prevention. - 11(22):2003
Smith-Estelle A, Gruskin S. Vulnerability to HIV/STIs among rural women from migrant communities in Nepal: a health and human rights framework. - 11(22):2003
Paiva V, Filipe EV, Santos N, et al. The right to love: the desire for parenthood among men living with HIV. - 11(22):2003
Frasca T. Men and women–still far apart on HIV/AIDS. - 11(22):2003
de Bruyn M. Safe abortion for HIV-positive women with unwanted pregnancy: a reproductive right. - 11(22):2003
Rutenberg N, Kaufman CE, Macintyre K, et al. Pregnant or positive: adolescent childbearing and HIV risk in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. - 11(22):2003
Slaymaker E, Zaba B. Measurement of condom use as a risk factor for HIV infection. - 11(22):2003
Knauth DR, Barbosa RM, Hopkins K. Between personal wishes and medical “prescription”: mode of delivery and post-partum sterilisation among women with HIV in Brazil. - 11(22):2003
Askew I, Berer M. The contribution of sexual and reproductive health services to the fight against HIV/AIDS: a review. - 11(22):2003
Richey LA. HIV/AIDS in the shadows of reproductive health interventions. - 11(22):2003
Berer M. HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health: intimately related. - 11(22):2003
Delvaux T, Crabbé F, Seng S, et al. The need for family planning and safe abortion services among women sex workers seeking STI care in Cambodia. - 11(21):2003
Warren M, Philpott A. Expanding safer sex options: introducing the female condom into national programmes. - 11(21):2003

2002

World Health Organization. Considerations regarding re-use of the female condom. - 10(20):2002
World Health Organization. WHO/CONRAD Technical Consultation on Nonoxynol-9, World Health Organization, Geneva, 9–10 October 2001: Summary Report. - 10(20):2002
de Paoli MM, Manongi R, Klepp K-I. Counsellors’ perspectives on antenatal HIV testing and infant feeding dilemmas facing women with HIV in northern Tanzania. - 10(20):2002

2001

Lakhani A, Gandhi K, Collumbien M. Addressing semen loss concerns: Towards culturally appropriate HIV/AIDS interventions in Gujarat, India. - 9(18):2001
Bonner K. Male circumcision as an HIV control strategy:not a “natural condom” - 9(18):2001
Ahlberg BM, Jylkäs E, Krantz I. Gendered construction of sexual risks: implications for safer sex among young people in Kenya and Sweden. - 9(17):2001
Harrison A, Xaba N, Kunene P. Understanding safe sex: gender narratives of HIV and pregnancy prevention by rural South African school-going youth. - 9(17):2001
Nzioka C. Perspectives of adolescent boys on the risks of unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections: Kenya. - 9(17):2001

2000

Luo C. Strategies for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV. - 8(16):2000
Forbes A, Heise L. What’s up with nonoxynol-9? - 8(16):2000
Scoular A. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Kalavathy MC, Vijayasankar SK. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Aka-Dago-Akribi H, Msellati P, Desgrées du Loû A, et al. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Zorrilla CD. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Hepburn M. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Baylies C. The impact of HIV on family size preference in Zambia. - 8(15):2000
Thongkrajai E. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Hankins C. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Kishore RR. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
de Bruyn M. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Hepburn M, Scoular A. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Pisani E. AIDS into the 21st century: Some critical considerations. - 8(15):2000
Hankins C. Preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV in developing countries: Recent developments and ethical implications. - 8(15):2000
Ray S. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Coggins C, Blanchard K, Friedland B. Men’s attitudes towards a potential vaginal microbicide in Zimbabwe, Mexico and the USA. - 8(15):2000
Bianco M, Pagani L. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000
Qiu R-Z. Disclosure of HIV status and human rights: The duties and responsibilities of couples, medical professionals, family members and the state. - 8(15):2000

1999

Mann JM. The transformative potential of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. - 7(14):1999
Aka-Dago-Akribi H, Du Loû AD, Msellati P, et al. Issues surrounding reproductive choice for women living with HIV in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. - 7(13):1999

1998

Santos N, Ventura-Filipe E, Paiva V. HIV positive women, reproduction and sexuality in São Paulo, Brazil. - 6(12):1998
Lyall EGH. Review of current research on breastmilk and mother-to-infant transmission of HIV. - 6(12):1998
McIntyre J. AZT trials to reduce perinatal HIV transmission: A debate about science, ethics and resources. - 6(11):1998

1997

Ray S. Prevention of HIV/STI transmission: clarifying the research questions. - 5(10):1997

1996

Pradhan MP, Shrestha OL, Basnyat A, et al. STDs and HIV, chemists and the community in Nepal. - 4(8):1996
Dawson H. Seeking information on the experiences of menopause among HIV-positive women. - 4(8):1996
Meursing K, Sibindi F. Condoms, family planning and living with HIV in Zimbabwe. - 3(5):1995

1995

Ray S, Bassett M, Maposhere C, et al. Acceptability of the female condom in Zimbabwe: positive but male-centred responses. - 3(5):1995
Frye Helzner J, Roitstein F. HIV/STD prevention in family planning services: Training as a strategy for change. - 3(5):1995
James B. Lesbians and HIV automatic immunity or pressing concern? - 3(5):1995
Gostin LO, Lazzarini Z, Alexander D, et al. HIV testing, counselling and prophylaxis following sexual assault. - 3(5):1995
Kaijage TJ. HIV and breastfeeding: The health of mother and infant. - 3(5):1995

1994

Bayer R. Screening and treating women and newborns for HIV infection: Ethical and policy issues. - 2(4):1994
Richters J. Coitus interruptus: Could it reduce the risk of HIV transmission? - 2(3):1994

Selected RHM papers on HPV:

2012

Paz-Soldán VA, Bayer AM, Nussbaum L, et al. Structural barriers to screening for and treatment of cervical cancer in Peru. - 20(40):2012
Cottingham J, Berer M. Access to essential medicines for sexual and reproductive health care: the role of the pharmaceutical industry and international regulation. - 19(38):2011

2011

Denny L. Prevention of cervical cancer. - 16(32):2008
Kawonga M, Fonn S. Achieving effective cervical screening coverage in South Africa through human resources and health systems development. - 16(32):2008
Luciani S, Andrus JK. A Pan American Health Organization strategy for cervical cancer prevention and control in Latin America and the Caribbean. - 16(32):2008
Goldie SJ, O’Shea M, Diaz M, et al. Benefits, cost requirements and cost-effectiveness of the HPV16,18 vaccine for cervical cancer prevention in developing countries: policy implications. - 16(32):2008
Arrossi S, Ramos S, Paolino M, et al. Social inequality in Pap smear coverage: identifying under-users of cervical cancer screening in Argentina. - 16(32):2008
Tsu VD, Levin CE. Making the case for cervical cancer prevention: what about equity? - 16(32):2008
Kubba T. Human papillomavirus vaccination in the United Kingdom: what about boys? - 16(32):2008
Anorlu RI. Cervical cancer: the sub-Saharan African perspective. - 16(32):2008
Berer M. Reproductive cancers: high burden of disease, low level of priority. - 16(32):2008

2003

Steen R, Dallabetta G. Sexually transmitted infection control with sex workers: regular screening and presumptive treatment augment efforts to reduce risk and vulnerability. - 11(22):2003

2002

Reichenbach L. The politics of priority setting for reproductive health: breast and cervical cancer in Ghana. - 10(20):2002

1999

Cullins VE, Wright TC, Beattie KJ, et al. Cervical cancer prevention using visual screening methods. - 7(14):1999

Selected RHM articles on maternal health:

2016

White P. Hidden from view: Canadian gestational surrogacy practices and outcomes, 2001-2012. - 24(47):2016
Schantz C, Leang Sim K, Petit V et al. Factors associated with caesarean sections in Phnom Penh, Cambodia - 24(48):2016

2015

Gure F, Yusuf M, Foster A. Exploring Somali women’s reproductive health knowledge and experiences: results from focus group discussions in Mogadishu. - 23(46):2015
Prata N, Summer A. Assessing political priority for reproductive health in Ethiopia. - 23(46):2015
Schanatz C, Sim KL, Ly EM, et al. Reasons for routine episiotomy: A mixed-methods study in a large maternity hospital in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. - 23(45):2015
Waldman L, Stevens M. Sexual and reproductive health and rights and mHealth in policy and practice in South Africa. - 23(45):2015
Musoke D, Ekirapa-Kiracho E, Ndejjo R, et al. Using photovoice to examine community level barriers affecting maternal health in rural Wakiso district, Uganda. - 23(45):2015

2014

Yasmin R, Rob U, Hena IA, et al. Increasing access to safe menstrual regulation services in Bangladesh by offering medical menstrual regulation. - 22(supp44):2014
Gyaltsen K, Gyal L, Gipson JD, et al. Reducing high maternal mortality rates in western China: a novel approach. - 22(44):2014

2013

Alvesson HM, Lindelow M, Khanthaphat B, et al. Changes in pregnancy and childbirth practices in remote areas in Lao PDR within two generations of women: implications for maternity services. - 21(42):2013
Kvernflaten B. Meeting targets or saving lives: maternal health policy and Millennium Development Goal 5 in Nicaragua. - 21(42):2013
Ooms G, Mulumba M, Hammonds R, et al. A global social contract to reduce maternal mortality: the human rights arguments and the case of Uganda. - 21(42):2013
Mola G, Kirby B. Discrepancies between national maternal mortality data and international estimates: the experience of Papua New Guinea. - 21(42):2013

2012

Wick L, Hassan S. No safe place for childbirth: women and midwives bearing witness, Gaza 2008–09. - 20(40):2012
Jacobs B, Lindelow M, Xayyavong P, et al. Building on community outreach for childhood vaccination to deliver maternal and child health services in Laos: a feasibility assessment. - 20(40):2012
Al Serouri AW, Al Rukeimi A, Bin Afif M, et al. Findings from a needs assessment of public sector emergency obstetric and neonatal care in four governorates in Yemen: a human resources crisis. - 20(40):2012
Mazzeo CI, Flanagan EH, Bobrow EA, et al. How the global call for elimination of pediatric HIV can support HIV-positive women to achieve their pregnancy intentions. - 20(supp39):2012
Subha Sri B, Sarojini N, Khanna R. An investigation of maternal deaths following public protests in a tribal district of Madhya Pradesh, central India. - 20(supp39):2012
Fort AL. Coverage of post-partum and post-natal care in Egypt in 2005–2008 and Bangladesh in 2004–2007: levels, trends and unmet need. - 20(supp39):2012
Pacagnella RC, Cecatti JG, Osis MJ, et al. The role of delays in severe maternal morbidity and mortality: expanding the conceptual framework. - 20(39):2012
Spangler SA. Assessing skilled birth attendants and emergency obstetric care in rural Tanzania: the inadequacy of using global standards and indicators to measure local realities. - 20(39):2012
Iguiñiz-Romero R, Palomino N. Data do count! Collection and use of maternal mortality data in Peru, 1990–2005, and improvements since 2005. - 20(39):2012
Prata N, Gerdts C, Gessessew A. An innovative approach to measuring maternal mortality at the community level in low-resource settings using mid-level providers: a feasibility study in Tigray, Ethiopia. - 20(39):2012
Malajovich L, Alcalde MA, Castagnaro K, et al. Budget transparency on maternal health spending: a case study in five Latin American countries. - 20(39):2012
Du L, Qin M, Zhang L, et al. Trends in maternal mortality in resident vs. migrant women in Shanghai, China, 2000–2009: a register-based analysis. - 20(39):2012
Jehan K, Sidney K, Smith H, et al. Improving access to maternity services: an overview of cash transfer and voucher schemes in South Asia. - 20(39):2012
Kismödi E, de Mesquita JB, Ibañez XA, et al. Human rights accountability for maternal death and failure to provide safe, legal abortion: the significance of two ground-breaking CEDAW decisions. - 20(39):2012
Bucagu M, Kagubare JM, Basinga P, et al. Impact of health systems strengthening on coverage of maternal health services in Rwanda, 2000–2010: a systematic review. - 20(39):2012
Doctor HV, Findley SE, Ager A, et al. Using community-based research to shape the design and delivery of maternal health services in Northern Nigeria. - 20(39):2012
Diniz S. Materno-infantilism, feminism and maternal health policy in Brazil. - 20(39):2012
Ray S, Madzimbamuto F, Fonn S. Activism: working to reduce maternal mortality through civil society and health professional alliances in sub-Saharan Africa. - 20(39):2012
Gaitonde R. Registration and monitoring of pregnant women in Tamil Nadu, India: a critique - 20(39):2012
Liljestrand J, Sambath MR. Socio-economic improvements and health system strengthening of maternity care are contributing to maternal mortality reduction in Cambodia. - 20(39):2012
Ekechi C, Wolman Y, de Bernis L. Maternal & Newborn Health Road Maps: a review of progress in 33 sub-Saharan African countries, 2008–2009. - 20(39):2012
Labrique AB, Pereira S, Christian P, et al. Pregnancy registration systems can enhance health systems, increase accountability and reduce mortality. - 20(39):2012
Berer M. Maternal mortality or women’s health: time for action. - 20(39):2012

2011

Ravindran TKS, Fonn S. Are social franchises contributing to universal access to reproductive health services in low-income countries? - 19(38):2011
Austveg B. Perpetuating power: some reasons why reproductive health has stalled. - 19(38):2011
Thomsen S, Hoa DTP, Målqvist M, et al. Promoting equity to achieve maternal and child health. - 19(38):2011
AbouZahr C. New estimates of maternal mortality and how to interpret them: choice or confusion? - 19(37):2011
Pantha S. Repeated pregnancy in a woman with uterine prolapse from a rural area in Nepal. - 19(37):2011
Jonkers M, Richters A, Zwart J, et al. Severe maternal morbidity among immigrant women in the Netherlands: patients’ perspectives. - 19(37):2011
Limwattananon S, Tangcharoensathien V, Sirilak S. Trends and inequities in where women delivered their babies in 25 low-income countries: evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys. - 19(37):2011

2010

Devries KM, Kishor S, Johnson H, et al. Intimate partner violence during pregnancy: analysis of prevalence data from 19 countries. - 18(36):2010

2009

Mavalankar D, Sriram V. Provision of anaesthesia services for emergency obstetric care through task shifting in South Asia. - 17(33):2009
De Brouwere V, Dieng T, Diadhiou M, et al. Task shifting for emergency obstetric surgery in district hospitals in Senegal. - 17(33):2009
Ahmed T, Jakaria SM. Community-based skilled birth attendants in Bangladesh: attending deliveries at home. - 17(33):2009
Iyengar K, Iyengar SD. Emergency obstetric care and referral: experience of two midwife-led health centres in rural Rajasthan, India. - 17(33):2009
Unger J-P, Van Dessel P, Sen K, et al. International health policy and stagnating maternal mortality: is there a causal link? - 17(33):2009

2008

Mullany LC, Lee CI, Paw P, et al. The MOM Project: delivering maternal health services among internally displaced populations in eastern Burma. - 16(31):2008
Lee RB. Delivering maternal health care services in an internal conflict setting in Maguindanao, Philippines. - 16(31):2008

2007

Berer M. Maternal mortality and morbidity: is pregnancy getting safer for women? - 15(30):2007
Jeffery P, Das A, Dasgupta J, et al. Unmonitored intrapartum oxytocin use in home deliveries: evidence from Uttar Pradesh, India. - 15(30):2007
Shah IH, Say L. Maternal mortality and maternity care from 1990 to 2005: uneven but important gains. - 15(30):2007
Witter S, Arhinful DK, Kusi A, et al. The experience of Ghana in implementing a user fee exemption policy to provide free delivery care. - 15(30):2007
Cecatti JG, SouzaJP, Parpinelli MA, et al. Research on severe maternal morbidities and near-misses in Brazil: what we have learned. - 15(30):2007
Thomas LS, Jina R, Tint KS, et al. Making systems work: the hard part of improving maternal health services in South Africa. - 15(30):2007
Barker CE, Bird CE, Pradhan A, et al. Support to the Safe Motherhood Programme in Nepal: an integrated approach. - 15(30):2007
George A. Persistence of high maternal mortality in Koppal District, Karnataka, India: observed service delivery constraints. - 15(30):2007
Rath AD, Basnett I, ColeM, et al. Improving emergency obstetric care in a context of very high maternal mortality: the Nepal Safer Motherhood Project 1997–2004. - 15(30):2007
Bacci A, Lewis G, Baltag V, et al. The introduction of confidential enquiries into maternal deaths and near-miss case reviews in the WHO European Region. - 15(30):2007
Mogobe KD, Tshiamo W, Bowelo M. Monitoring maternity mortality in Botswana. - 15(30):2007
Elebro K, Rööst M, Moussa K, et al. Misclassified maternal deaths among East African immigrants in Sweden. - 15(30):2007
Cragin L, DeMaria LM, Campero L, et al. Educating skilled birth attendants in Mexico: do the curricula meet International Confederation of Midwives standards? - 15(30):2007
Penn-Kekana L, McPake B, Parkhurst J. Improving maternal health: getting what works to happen. - 15(30):2007
Alves SA. Maternal mortality in Pernambuco, Brazil: what has changed in ten years? - 15(30):2007
Druce N, Nolan A. Seizing the big missed opportunity: linking HIV and maternity care services in sub-Saharan Africa. - 15(30):2007

2006

Gerein N, Green A, Pearson S. The implications of shortages of health professionals for maternal health in sub-Saharan Africa. - 14(27):2006
Islam MT, Haque YA, Waxman R, et al. Implementation of emergency obstetric care training in Bangladesh: lessons learned. - 14(27):2006
Temmar F, Vissandjée B, Hatem M, et al. Midwives in Morocco: seeking recognition as skilled partners in women-centred maternity care. - 14(27):2006

2005

McIntyre J. Maternal health and HIV. - 13(25):2005

2004

Hussein J, Bell J, Nazzar A, et al. The Skilled Attendance Index: proposal for a new measure of skilled attendance at delivery. - 12(24):2004
Andajani-Sutjahjo S, Manderson L. Stillbirth, neonatal death and reproductive rights in Indonesia. - 12(24):2004
Afsana K. The tremendous cost of seeking hospital obstetric care in Bangladesh. - 12(24):2004

2003

Kyomuhendo GB. Low use of rural maternity services in Uganda: impact of women’s status, traditional beliefs and limited resources. - 11(21):2003

2002

Bogg L, Wang K, Diwan V. Chinese maternal health in adjustment: claim for life. - 10(20):2002

2001

Afsana K, Rashid SF. The challenges of meeting rural Bangladeshi women’s needs in delivery care. - 9(18):2001
Grossmann-Kendall F, Filippi V, De Koninck M, et al. Giving birth in maternity hospitals in Benin: Testimonies of women. - 9(18):2001
Chithtalath S-A, Earth B. From the forest to the clinic: Changing birth practice among the Katang, Lao. - 9(18):2001
Turan JM, Nalbant H, Bulut A, et al. Including expectant fathers in antenatal education programmes in Istanbul, Turkey. - 9(18):2001

1998

Stein K. Using situation analysis to assess women’s perceptions of quality of maternal-child health and family planning services. - 6(11):1998
Barclay LM. Midwifery in Australia and surrounding regions: dilemmas, debates and development. - 6(11):1998

1997

Rance S. Safe motherhood, unsafe abortion: A reflection on the impact of discourse. - 5(9):1997

1995

Bender D, Santander A, Balderrama A, et al. Transforming the process of service delivery to reduce maternal mortality in Cochabamba, Bolivia. - 3(6):1995
Kennedy MG, Neumann MS, Fichtner RR, et al. Can we eradicate syphilis in pregnant women and newborns? Should we try? - 3(6):1995

1994

Laukaran VH, Bhattacharyya A, Winikoff B. Delivering women centered maternity care with limited resources: Grenada. - 2(4):1994
El-Mouelhy M, El-Helw M, Younis N, et al. Women’s understanding of pregnancy-related morbidity in rural Egypt. - 2(4):1994

Selected RHM papers on sexuality and sexual rights:

2016

Carpenter M. The human rights of intersex people: addressing harmful practices and rhetoric of change. - 24(47):2016
Daly F, Spicer N, Willan S. Sexual rights but not the right to health? Lesbian and bisexual women in South Africa’s National Strategic Plans on HIV and STIs. - 24(47):2016

2015

Heidari, S. Sexual rights and bodily integrity as human rights. - 23(46):2015
Ali S, Kowalsi S, Silva P. Advocating for sexual rights at the UN: the unfinished business of global development. - 23(46):2015
El Feki, S. The Arab Spring Bed? Sexual rights in troubled times across the Middle East and North Africa. - 23(46):2015
Kyoheirwe Muhanguzi F. “Sex is sweet”: women from low-income contexts in Uganda talk about sexual desire and pleasure. - 23(46):2015
Miller AM, Kismodi E, Cottingham J. Sexual rights as human rights: a guide to authoritative sources and principles for applying human rights to sexuality and sexual health. - 23(46):2015
Stahlman S, Bechtold K, Sweitzer S. Sexual identity stigma and social support among men who have sex with men in Lesotho: a qualitative analysis. - 23(46):2015
Miller A, Gruskin S, Cottingham J et al. Sound and fury – engaging with the politics and the law of sexual rights. - 23(46):2015
Chou D, Cottler S, Khosla R, et al. Sexual health in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD): implications for measurement and beyond. - 23(46):2015
Cottingham J. Historical note: How bringing women’s health advocacy groups to WHO helped change the research agenda. - 23(45):2015
Waldman L, Stevens M. Sexual and reproductive health and rights and mHealth in policy and practice in South Africa. - 23(45):2015

2014

Coates AL, Hill PS, Rushton S, et al. The Holy See on sexual and reproductive health rights: conservative in position, dynamic in response. - 22(44):2014
Haslegrave M. Sexual and reproductive health and rights in the sustainable development goals and the post-2015 development agenda: less than a year to go. - 22(44):2014
Aboderin I. Sexual and reproductive health and rights of older men and women: addressing a policy blind spot. - 22(44):2014
El Feki S, Avafia T, Fidalgo TM, et al. The Global Commission on HIV and the Law: recommendations for legal reform to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights. - 22(44):2014
Brolan CE, Hill PS. Sexual and reproductive health and rights in the evolving post-2015 agenda: perspectives from key players from multilateral and related agencies in 2013. - 22(43):2014
Newman K, Fisher S, Mayhew S, et al. Population, sexual and reproductive health, rights and sustainable development: forging a common agenda. - 22(43):2014

2013

Berer M. A new development paradigm post-2015, a comprehensive goal for health that includes sexual and reproductive health and rights, and another for gender equality. - 21(42):2013
Sadik N. Sexual and reproductive health and rights: the next 20 years: Keynote address, ICPD beyond 2014: International Conference on Human Rights 7–10 July 2013, Netherlands. - 21(42):2013
Hill PS, Huntington D, Dodd R, et al. From Millennium Development Goals to post-2015 sustainable development: sexual and reproductive health and rights in an evolving aid environment. - 21(42):2013
Yamin AE, Boulanger VM. Embedding sexual and reproductive health and rights in a transformational development framework: lessons learned from the MDG targets and indicators. - 21(42):2013
Haslegrave M. Ensuring the inclusion of sexual and reproductive health and rights under a sustainable development goal on health in the post-2015 human rights framework for development. - 21(42):2013
Jejeebhoy SH, Zavier AJF, Santhya KG. Meeting the commitments of the ICPD Programme of Action to young people. - 21(41):2013
Romero K, Reingold R. Advancing adolescent capacity to consent to transgender-related health care in Colombia and the USA. - 21(41):2013
van Reeuwijk M, Nahar P. The importance of a positive approach to sexuality in sexual health programmes for unmarried adolescents in Bangladesh. - 21(41):2013

2012

de Bruyn M. HIV, unwanted pregnancy and abortion – where is the human rights approach? - 20(39):2012
Strode A, Mthembu S, Essack Z. “She made up a choice for me”: 22 HIV-positive women’s experiences of involuntary sterilization in two South African provinces. - 20(sup39):2012

2011

Nowicka W. Sexual and reproductive rights and the human rights agenda: controversial and contested. - 19(38):2011
Miller AM, Roseman MJ. Sexual and reproductive rights at the United Nations: frustration or fulfilment? - 19(38):2011
Berer M. Repoliticising sexual and reproductive health and rights. - 19(38):2011
Richardson E, Birn A-E. Sexual and reproductive health and rights in Latin America: an analysis of trends, commitments and achievements. - 19(38):2011

2010

Jeffreys E, Matthews K, Thomas A. HIV criminalisation and sex work in Australia. - 18(35):2010

2009

Jürgens R, Cohen J, Cameron E, et al. Ten reasons to oppose the criminalization of HIV exposure or transmission. - 17(34):2009
Strøm A. A glimpse into 30 years of struggle against prostitution by the women’s liberation movement in Norway. - 17(34):2009
Casas L, Ahumada C. Teenage sexuality and rights in Chile: from denial to punishment. - 17(34):2009
Brown W, Hanefeld J, Welsh J. Criminalising HIV transmission: punishment without protection. - 17(34):2009
Misra G. Decriminalising homosexuality in India. 17(34):2009
Berer M. Criminalisation, sexual and reproductive rights, public health − and justice. - 17(34):2009
Dixon-Mueller R, Germain A, Fredrick B, et al. Towards a sexual ethics of rights and responsibilities. - 17(33):2009
Petchesky RP. The language of “sexual minorities” and the politics of identity: a position paper - 17(33):2009

2008

Bosmans M, Nasser D, Khammash U, et al. Palestinian women’s sexual and reproductive health rights in a longstanding humanitarian crisis. - 16(31):2008
Izugbara CO, Undie C-C. Who owns the body? Indigenous African discourses of the body and contemporary sexual rights rhetoric. - 16(31):2008
Petchesky RP. Conflict and crisis settings: promoting sexual and reproductive rights. - 16(31):2008

2007

Association for Women’s Rights in Development. Legislating against sexual violence in Kenya: An interview with the Hon. Njoki Ndungu. - 15(29):2007
Chacham AS, Diniz SG, Maia MB, et al. Sexual and reproductive health needs of sex workers: two feminist projects in Brazil. - 15(29):2007

2004

Jayasree AK. Searching for justice for body and self in a coercive environment: sex work in Kerala, India. - 12(23):2004
Oosterhoff P, Zwanikken P, Ketting E. Sexual torture of men in Croatia and other conflict situations: an open secret. - 12(23):2004
Amado LE. Sexual and bodily rights as human rights in the Middle East and North Africa. - 12(23):2004
Tambiah Y. Sexuality and women’s rights in armed conflict in Sri Lanka. - 12(23):2004
Rawi M. Betrayal. 12(23):2004
Ravindran TKS, Balasubramanian P. “Yes” to abortion but “no” to sexual rights: the paradoxical reality of married women in rural Tamil Nadu, India. - 12(23):2004
Hélie A. Holy Hatred - 12(23):2004

2001

Ajuwon RJ, Akin-Jimoh I, Olley BO, et al. Perceptions of sexual coercion: learning from young people in Ibadan, Nigeria. - 9(17):2001

1998

Oomman N. Sexuality: Not just a reproductive health matter. - 6(12):1998
Richters J. Sexuality today: Research and practice. - 6(12):1998
Lim Tan M. Bewitched, betwixt, between. - 6(12):1998
Mgalla Z, Schapink D, Ties Boerma J. Protecting school girls against sexual exploitation: A guardian programme in Mwanza, Tanzania. - 6(12):1998
Douthwaite M, Miller P, Sultana M, Haque M. Couple communication and sexual satisfaction among withdrawal users in Pakistan. - 6(12):1998
Bradby B. Like a video: The sexualisation of childbirth in Bolivia. - 6(12):1998
Watts C, Keogh E, Ndlovu M, Rudo Kwaramba R. Withholding of sex and forced sex: Dimensions of violence against Zimbabwean women. - 6(12):1998
IlkkaracanP, Women for Women’s Human Rights. Exploring the context of women’s sexuality in Eastern Turkey. - 6(12):1998
Chandiramani R. Talking about sex. - 6(12):1998
George A. Differential perspectives of men and women in Mumbai, India on sexual relations and negotiations within marriage. - 6(12):1998
Szasz I. Masculine identity and the meanings of sexuality: A review of research in Mexico. - 6(12):1998
Amuchástegui Herrera A. Virginity in Mexico: The role of competing discourses of sexuality in personal experience. - 6(12):1998
Santos N, Ventura-Filipe E, Paiva V. HIV positive women, reproduction and sexuality in São Paulo, Brazil. - 6(12):1998
Richters J. Understanding sexual orientation: A plea for clarity. - 6(12):1998
Schüklenk U, Stein E, Kerin J, Byte W. The ethics of genetic research on sexual orientation. - 6(12):1998
Roundtable. If men’s erections are going to be funded, why are women still paying for birth control? - 6(12):1998

1997

Bellucci M. Women’s struggle to decide about their own bodies: Abortion and sexual rights in Argentina. - 5(10):1997
Corrêa S. From reproductive health to sexual rights achievements and future challenges. - 5(10):1997

Selected RHM papers on violence and sexual violence:

2016

Heidari S, Garcia Moreno C. Gender-based violence: a barrier to sexual and reproductive health and rights. - 24(47):2016
Alsaba K, Kapilashrami A.Understanding women’s experience of violence and the political economy of gender in conflict: the case of Syria. - 24(47):2016
Freedman, J. Sexual and gender-based violence against refugee women: a hidden aspect of the refugee “crisis”. - 24(47):2016
Yasmine R, Moughalian C. Systemic violence against Syrian refugee women and the myth of effective intrapersonal interventions. - 24(47):2016
Touquet H, Ellen G. Out of the shadows? The inclusion of men and boys in conceptualisations of wartime sexual violence. - 24(47):2016
Sadler M, Santos M, Ruiz-Berdun D, et al. Moving beyond disrespect and abuse: addressing the structural dimensions of obstetric violence. - 24(47):2016
Diaz-Tello F. Invisible wounds: obstetric violence in the United States. - 24(47):2016
Herrera Vacaflor C. Obstetric violence: a new framework for identifying challenges to maternal healthcare in Argentina. - 24(47):2016
Carpenter M. The human rights of intersex people: addressing harmful practices and rhetoric of change. - 24(47):2016
Mills E. “When the skies fight”: HIV, violence and pathways of precarity in South Africa. - 24(47):2016
Bhate-Deosthali P, Lingam L. Gendered pattern of burn injuries in India: a neglected health issue. - 24(47):2016
Penn Kekana L, Hall M, Motta S, et al. Should violence* services be integrated within abortion care? A UK situation analysis. - 24(47):2016
Edmunds E, Gupta A. Headline violence and silenced pleasure: contested framings of consensual sex, power and rape in Delhi, India 2011-2014. - 24(47):2016
Sampaio Chacham A, Branco Simao A, Junqueira Caetano A. Gender-based violence and sexual and reproductive health among low-income youth in three Brazilian cities. - 24(47):2016
Chadwick K. Creating social norm change to prevent VAW and HIV: a programmatic perspective from Uganda. - 24(47):2016

2015

Cooper B, Crockett C. Gender-based violence and HIV across the life course: adopting a sexual rights framework to include older women. - 23(46):2015
Weishut DJN. Sexual torture of Palestinian men by Israeli authorities. - 23(46):2015
Keygnaert I, Guieu A. What the eye does not see: a critical interpretive synthesis of European Union policies addressing sexual violence in vulnerable migrants. - 23(46):2015

2014

Berer M. Using the law and the courts. - 22(44):2014
Gruskin S , Safreed-Harmon K, Moore CL, et al. HIV and gender-based violence: welcome policies and programmes, but is the research keeping up? - 22(44):2014
International Criminal Court, Office of the Prosecutor. Policy Paper on Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes. - 22(44):2014
El Feki S, Avafia T, Fidalgo TM, et al. The Global Commission on HIV and the Law: recommendations for legal reform to promote sexual and reproductive health and rights. - 22(44):2014
Citizen’s Coalition for the Decriminalization of Abortion on Grounds of Health, Ethics and Fetal Anomaly, El Salvador. From hospital to jail: the impact on women of El Salvador’s total criminalization of abortion. - 22(44):2014
Subha SB, Ravindran TKS. Safe, accessible medical abortion in a rural Tamil Nadu clinic, India, but what about sexual and reproductive rights? - 22(sup44):2014
Hendrixson A. Beyond bonus or bomb: upholding the sexual and reproductive health of young people. - 22(43):2014
Diniz D, Madeiro A, Rosas C. Conscientious objection, barriers, and abortion in the case of rape: a study among physicians in Brazil. - 22(43):2014

2013

Nahar P, van Reeuwijk M, Reis R. Contextualising sexual harassment of adolescent girls in Bangladesh. 21(41):2013

2012

Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action, (CREA). Count me IN!: Research report on violence against disabled, lesbian, and sex-working women in Bangladesh, India, and Nepal. - 20(40):2012
McNaughton Reyes HL, Billings DL, Paredes-Gaitan Y, et al. An assessment of health sector guidelines and services for treatment of sexual violence in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. - 20(40):2012
Seims S, Khadduri R. Measuring improvements in sexual and reproductive health and rights in sub-Saharan Africa. - 20(40):2012
Zamudio-Haas S, Mudekunye-Mahaka I, Lambdin BH, et al. If, when and how to tell: a qualitative study of HIV disclosure among young women in Zimbabwe. - 20(sup39):2012
Wick L, Hassan S. No safe place for childbirth: women and midwives bearing witness, Gaza 2008–09. - 20(40):2012
Ramirez-Ferrero E, Lusti-Narasimhan M. The role of men as partners and fathers in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and in the promotion of sexual and reproductive health. - 20(sup39):2012

2011

Miller AM, Roseman MJ. Sexual and reproductive rights at the United Nations: frustration or fulfilment? - 19(38):2011
Nowicka W. Sexual and reproductive rights and the human rights agenda: controversial and contested. - 19(38):2011

2010

Devries KM, Kishor S, Johnson H, et al. Intimate partner violence during pregnancy: analysis of prevalence data from 19 countries. - 18(36):2010
Stöckl H, Watts C, Mbwambo JKK. Physical violence by a partner during pregnancy in Tanzania: prevalence and risk factors. - 18(36):2010
Bacchus LJ, Bewley S, Vitolas CT, et al. Evaluation of a domestic violence intervention in the maternity and sexual health services of a UK hospital.- 18(36):2010
Essén B, Blomkvist A, Helström L, et al. The experience and responses of Swedish health professionals to patients requesting virginity restoration (hymen repair). - 18(35):2010
Schuster S. Women’s experiences of the abortion law in Cameroon: “What really matters”. - 18(35):2010

2009

Kilonzo N, Ndung’u N, Nthamburi B, et al. Sexual violence legislation in sub-Saharan Africa: the need for strengthened medico-legal linkages. - 17(34):2009
Jürgens R, Cohen J, Cameron E, et al. Ten reasons to oppose the criminalization of HIV exposure or transmission. - 17(34):2009
Lutnick A, Cohan D. Criminalization, legalization or decriminalization of sex work: what female sex workers say in San Francisco, USA. - 17(34):2009
Henttonen M, Watts C, Roberts B, et al. Health services for survivors of gender-based violence in northern Uganda: a qualitative study. - 16(31):2009
Khanna R. Communal violence in Gujarat, India: impact of sexual violence and responsibilities of the health care system. - 16(31):2009
Chynoweth SK. The need for priority reproductive health services for displaced Iraqi women and girls. - 16(31):2009
Kottegoda S, Samuel K, Emmanuel S. Reproductive health concerns in six conflict-affected areas of Sri Lanka. - 16(31):2009
Longombe AO, Claude KM, Ruminjo J. Fistula and traumatic genital injury from sexual violence in a conflict setting in Eastern Congo: case studies. - 16(31):2009
Wayte K, Zwi AB, Belton S, et al. Conflict and development: challenges in responding to sexual and reproductive health needs in Timor-Leste. - 16(31):2009
Bosmans M, Nasser D, Khammash U, et al. Palestinian women’s sexual and reproductive health rights in a longstanding humanitarian crisis. - 16(31):2009

2007

Association for Women’s Rights in Development. Legislating against sexual violence in Kenya: An Interview with the Hon. Njoki Ndungu. - 15(29):2007

2004

Cooper D, Morroni C, Orner P, et al. Ten years of democracy in South Africa: documenting transformation in reproductive health policy and status. - 12(24):2004
Jayasree AK. Searching for justice for body and self in a coercive environment: sex work in Kerala, India. - 12(23):2004
Tambiah Y. Sexuality and women’s rights in armed conflict in Sri Lanka. - 12(23):2004
Amado LE. Sexual and bodily rights as human rights in the Middle East and North Africa. - 12(23):2004
Oosterhoff P, Zwanikken P, Ketting E. Sexual torture of men in Croatia and other conflict situations: an open secret. - 12(23):2004
Rawi M. Betrayal. - 12(23):2004

2003

Kim JC, Martin LJ, Denny L. Rape and HIV post-exposure prophylaxis: addressing the dual epidemics in South Africa. - 11(22):2003

2000

Jewkes R, Watts C, Abrahams N, et al. Ethical and methodological issues in conducting research on gender-based violence in Southern Africa. - 8(15):2000

Selected RHM articles on young people:

2016

Essack Z, Toohey J, Strode A. Reflecting on adolescents’ evolving sexual and reproductive health rights: canvassing the opinion of social workers in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. - 24(47):2016
Sampaio Chacham A, Branco Simao A, Junqueira Caetano A. Gender-based violence and sexual and reproductive health among low-income youth in three Brazilian cities. - 24(47):2016

2015

Kiguwa P. “I provide the pleasure, I control it”: sexual pleasure and “bottom” identity constructs amongst gay youth in a Stepping Stones workshop. - 23(46):2015
Macintyre AK-J, Montero Vega AR, Sagbakken M. “Sexuality? A million things come to mind”: reflections on gender and sexuality by Chilean adolescents. - 23(46):2015
Both R. Emergency contraceptive use in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Challenging common assumptions about young people’s contraceptive practices. - 23(45):2015

2014

Yarrow E, Anderson K, Apland K, et al. Can a restrictive law serve a protective purpose? The impact of age-restrictive laws on young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health services. - 22(44):2014
Godwin J, Szabo G, Sass J, et al. Righting the mismatch between law, policy and the sexual and reproductive health needs of young people in the Asia-Pacific Region. - 22(44):2014
Pfeiffer C, Kleeb M, Mbelwa A, et al. The use of social media among adolescents in Dar es Salaam and Mtwara, Tanzania. - 22(43):2014

2013

Hendrixson A. Beyond bonus or bomb: upholding the sexual and reproductive health of young people. - 22(43):2014
Hardon A, Idrus NI, Hymans TD. Chemical sexualities: the use of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products by youth in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. - 21(41):2013
McCleary-Sills J, Douglas Z, Rwehumbiza A, et al. Gendered norms, sexual exploitation and adolescent pregnancy in rural Tanzania. - 21(41):2013
Busza J, Besana GVR, Mapunda P, et al. “I have grown up controlling myself a lot.” Fear and misconceptions about sex among adolescents vertically-infected with HIV in Tanzania. - 21(41):2013
Clyde J, Bain J, Castagnaro K, et al. Evolving capacity and decision-making in practice: adolescents’ access to legal abortion services in Mexico City. - 21(41):2013
Hoggart L, Newton VL. Young women’s experiences of side-effects from contraceptive implants: a challenge to bodily control. - 21(41):2013
Nahar P, van Reeuwijk M, Reis R. Contextualising sexual harassment of adolescent girls in Bangladesh. - 21(41):2013
Byron P, Albury K, Evers C. “It would be weird to have that on Facebook”: young people’s use of social media and the risk of sharing sexual health information. - 21(41):2013
Tebbets C, Redwine D. Beyond the clinic walls: empowering young people through Youth Peer Provider programmes in Ecuador and Nicaragua. - 21(41):2013
Hildebrand M, Ahumada C, Watson S. CrowdOutAIDS: crowdsourcing youth perspectives for action. - 21(41):2013
Jejeebhoy SJ, Zavier AJF, Santhya KG. Meeting the commitments of the ICPD Programme of Action to young people. - 21(41):2013
van Reeuwijk M, Nahar P. The importance of a positive approach to sexuality in sexual health programmes for unmarried adolescents in Bangladesh. - 21(41):2013
Sowmini CV. Delay in termination of pregnancy among unmarried adolescents and young women attending a tertiary hospital abortion clinic in Trivandrum, Kerala, India. - 21(41):2013
Umuhoza C, Oosters B, van Reeuwijk M, et al. Advocating for safe abortion in Rwanda: how young people and the personal stories of young women in prison brought about change. - 21(41):2013
Rogow D, Haberland N, Del Valle A, et al. Integrating gender and rights into sexuality education: field reports on using It’s All One. - 21(41):2013
Ngabaza S, Shefer T. Policy commitments vs. lived realities of young pregnant women and mothers in school, Western Cape, South Africa. - 21(41):2013
Mburu G, Hodgson I, Teltschik A, et al. Rights-based services for adolescents living with HIV: adolescent self-efficacy and implications for health systems in Zambia. - 21(41):2013
Wehr H, Tum SE. When a girl’s decision involves the community: the realities of adolescent Maya girls’ lives in rural indigenous Guatemala. - 21(41):2013
Heslop J, Banda R. Moving beyond the “male perpetrator, female victim” discourse in addressing sex and relationships for HIV prevention: peer research in Eastern Zambia. - 21(41):2013
Romero K, Reingold R. Advancing adolescent capacity to consent to transgender-related health care in Colombia and the USA. - 21(41):2013
Berer M. Young people, sex and relationships: miles to go and promises to keep. - 21(41):2013

2012

Zamudio-Haas S, Mudekunye-Mahaka I, Lambdin BH, et al. If, when and how to tell: a qualitative study of HIV disclosure among young women in Zimbabwe. - 20(sup39):2012
Shah IH, Åhman E. Unsafe abortion differentials in 2008 by age and developing country region: high burden among young women. - 20(sup39):2012

2011

Collumbien M, Mishra M, Blackmore C. Youth-friendly services in two rural districts of West Bengal and Jharkhand, India: definite progress, a long way to go. - 19(37):2011

2010

Hung SL. Access to safe and legal abortion for teenage women from deprived backgrounds in Hong Kong. - 18(36):2010
Jejeebhoy SJ, Kalyanwala S, Zavier AJF, et al. Experience seeking abortion among unmarried young women in Bihar and Jharkhand, India: delays and disadvantages. - 18(35):2010

2009

Casas L, Ahumada C. Teenage sexuality and rights in Chile: from denial to punishment. - 17(34):2009

2008

Al-Adili N, Shaheen M, Bergström S, et al. Deaths among young, single women in 2000–2001 in the West Bank, Palestinian Occupied Territories. - 16(31):2008
Kafewo SA. Using drama for school-based adolescent sexuality education in Zaria, Nigeria. - 16(31):2008
Gogna M, Binstock G, Fernández S, et al. Adolescent pregnancy in Argentina: evidence-based recommendations for public policies. - 16(31):2008

2006

Cleland J, Ali MM, Shah I. Trends in protective behaviour among single vs. married young women in sub-Saharan Africa: the big picture. - 14(28):2006
Osborn M. Young Men’s Project: Great Yarmouth, UK. - 14(28):2006
Maharaj P, Cleland J. Condoms become the norm in the sexual culture of college students in Durban, South Africa. - 14(28):2006
Purdy CH. Fruity, fun and safe: creating a youth condom brand in Indonesia. - 14(28):2006
Verma RK, Pulerwitz J, Mahendra V, et al. Challenging and changing gender attitudes among young men in Mumbai, India. - 14(28):2006
Alexander M, Garda L, Kanade S, et al. Romance and sex: pre-marital partnership formation among young women and men, Pune District, India. - 14(28):2006
Gordon G, Mwale V. Preventing HIV with young people: a case study from Zambia. - 14(28):2006
Mantell JE, Harrison A, Hoffman S, et al. The Mpondombili Project: preventing HIV/AIDS and unintended pregnancy among rural South African school-going adolescents. - 14(28):2006
Rashid SF. Emerging changes in reproductive behaviour among married adolescent girls in an urban slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh. - 14(27):2006
Jaruseviciene L, Levasseur G, Liljestrand J. Confidentiality for adolescents seeking reproductive health care in Lithuania: the perceptions of general practitioners. - 14(27):2006

2005

DeJong J, Jawad R, Mortagy I, et al. The sexual and reproductive health of young people in the Arab Countries and Iran. - 13(25):2005

2004

Sychareun V. Meeting the contraceptive needs of unmarried young people: attitudes of formal and informal sector providers in Vientiane Municipality, Lao PDR. - 12(23):2004
Hull TH, Hasmi E, Widyantoro N. “Peer” educator initiatives for adolescent reproductive health projects in Indonesia. - 12(23):2004
Holzner BM, Oetomo D. Youth, sexuality and sex education messages in Indonesia: issues of desire and control. - 12(23):2004

2003

Brady M. Preventing sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy, and safeguarding fertility: triple protection needs of young women. - 11(22):2003
Rutenberg N, Kaufman CE, Macintyre K, et al. Pregnant or positive: adolescent childbearing and HIV risk in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. - 11(22):2003
Andrew G, Patel V, Ramakrishna J. Sex, studies or strife? what to integrate in adolescent health services. - 11(21):2003
Heimburger A, Gras C, Guedes A. Expanding access to emergency contraception: the case of Brazil and Colombia. - 11(21):2003

2001

Berer M. By and for young women and men. - 9(17):2001
Dehne KL, Riedner G. Adolescence — a dynamic concept. - 9(17):2001
Garg S, Sharma N, Sahay R. Socio-cultural aspects of menstruation in an urban slum in Delhi, India. - 9(17):2001
Ahlberg BM, Jylkäs E, Krantz I. Gendered construction of sexual risks: implications for safer sex among young people in Kenya and Sweden. - 9(17):2001
Bennett LR. Single women’s experiences of premarital pregnancy and induced abortion in Lombok, Eastern Indonesia. - 9(17):2001
Harrison A, Xaba N, Kunene P. Understanding safe sex: gender narratives of HIV and pregnancy prevention by rural South African school-going youth. - 9(17):2001
Busza J, Schunter BT. From competition to community: participatory learning and action among young, debt-bonded Vietnamese sex workers in Cambodia. - 9(17):2001
Machel JZ. Unsafe sexual behaviour among schoolgirls in Mozambique: a matter of gender and class. - 9(17):2001
Hanna B. Adolescent parenthood: a costly mistake or a search for love? - 9(17):2001
Nzioka C. Perspectives of adolescent boys on the risks of unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections: Kenya. - 9(17):2001
Zheng Z, Zhou Y, Zheng L, et al. Sexual behaviour and contraceptive use among unmarried, young women migrant workers in five cities in China. - 9(17):2001
Ajuwon AH, Akin-Jimoh I, Olley BO, et al. Perceptions of sexual coercion: learning from young people in Ibadan, Nigeria. - 9(17):2001
Cui N, Li M, Gao E. Views of Chinese parents on the provision of contraception to unmarried youth. - 9(17):2001
Muñoz M. Self-aware sex education: a theoretical and practical approach in Venezuela. - 9(17):2001
Surman E. Challenges and dilemmas in counselling young women on pregnancy options. - 9(17):2001
Dehne KL, Riedner G. Sexually transmitted infections among adolescents: the need for adequate health services. - 9(17):2001
Mercer R, Ramos S, Szulik D, et al. The need for youth-oriented policies and programmes on responsible sexuality in Argentina. - 9(17):2001

2000

Pick S, Givaudan M, Brown J. Quietly working for school-based sexuality education in Mexico: Strategies for advocacy. - 8(16):2000
Kamaara E. Reproductive and sexual health problems of adolescent girls in Kenya: A challenge to the church. - 7(14):2000

1998

Mgalla Z, Schapink D, Boerma JT. Protecting school girls against sexual exploitation: A guardian programme in Mwanza, Tanzania. - 6(12):1998
Herrera AA. Virginity in Mexico: The role of competing discourses of sexuality in personal experience. - 6(12):1998
Renne EP. Postinor use among young women in Southwestern Nigeria: A research note. - 6(11):1998

1997

Geldstein RN, Pantelides EA. Double subordination, double risk: Class, gender and sexuality in adolescent women in Argentina. - 5(9):1997

1996

Battin MP. Adolescent pregnancy – when it’s a problem, what’s the solution? - 4(8):1996
Stewart L, Sebastiani A, Delgado G, et al. Consequences of sexual abuse of adolescents. - 4(7):1996
Seex J. Making space for young men in family planning clinics. - 4(7):1996

1995

Palma I, Quilodran C. Adolescent pregnancy in Chile today: From marriage to abortion. -3(5):1995
Capoor I, Mehta S. Talking about love and sex in adolescent health fairs in India. - 3(5):1995
Michels D, Brown S. Making sense of sex: The diary and the hotline project. - 3(5):1995

1994

Dagne HG. Early marriage in northern Ethiopia. - 2(4):1994
Schensul SL, Schensul JJ, Oodit G, et al. Sexual intimacy and changing lifestyles in an era of AIDS: Young women workers in Mauritius. - 2(3):1994

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