Articles and Reports
Journal Articles by Affiliated Faculty
Who is providing contraception care in the United States? An observational study of the contraception workforce.Chen C, Strasser J, Banawa R, et al. (2022). American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 226(2): 232.E1-232.E11
Community Health Centers’ Practices, Barriers, and Facilitators for Providing a 1-Year Supply of Oral Contraception on Site.Strasser J, Markus A, & Wood S. (2021). Women’s Health Issues 31(5): 440-447.
Gender Differences in the Quality of EMS Care Nationwide for Chest Pain and Out-of- Hospital Cardiac ArrestLewis JF, Zeger SL, Li X, Mann NC, Newgard CD, Haynes S, Wood SF, Dai M, Simon AE, & McCarthy ML. (2019). Womens Health Issues, 29(2): 116-124.
Title X-Funded Health Center Staff Members' Perspectives on Barriers to Insurance Use For Confidential Family Planning ServicesMasselink LE, Lewis J, Coleman C, Wood SF. (2018). Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 50(2):51-57.
Allen D, Hunter MS, Wood S, Beeson T. (2017). Maternal and Child Health Journal, 21(3):387-392.
Rethinking Medicaid Coverage and Payment Policy to Promote High Value Care: The Case of Long-Acting Reversible ContraceptionVela VX, Patton EW, Sanghavi D, Wood SF, Shin P, Rosenbaum S. (2018). Women's Health Issues, 28(2):137-143.
Healthy Weight in Lesbian and Bisexual Women Aged 40 and Older: An Effective Intervention in 10 Cities Using Tailored ApproachesMcElroy JA, Haynes SG, Eliason MJ, Wood SF, Gilbert T, Barker LT, Minnis AM. (2016). Women's Health Issues, 26 Suppl 1:S18-35.
Privacy and Confidentiality Practices In Adolescent Family Planning Care At Federally Qualified Health CentersBeeson T, Mead KH, Wood S, Goldberg DG, Shin P, Rosenbaum S. (2016). Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 48(1):17-24.
Reports and White Papers by Affiliated Faculty
Authors from George Washington University and the Kaiser Family Foundation report findings from a 2017 survey of community health centers regarding their reproductive health services.
This white paper, from the Jacobs Institute’s Bridging the Divide project, summarizes the scientific evidence related to the current medication abortion process and potential changes to the process that could make it even safer and more accessible for patients, as well as policy considerations and directions for future research.
Public Health Impacts of State-Level Abortion Restrictions: Overview of Research & Policy in the United States (2018):This white paper, from the Jacobs Institute’s Bridging the Divide project, reviews several types of restrictions that affect abortion access and summarizes recently published scientific evidence on the public health impacts of state-level abortion restrictions not rooted in science; these include restrictions on insurance coverage, TRAP laws, gestational limits, waiting periods, state-mandated information, and restrictions on medication abortion.