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From the Patient’s Perspective: Quality of Abortion Care

To learn how women view abortion care, the Kaiser Family Foundation commissioned a study of more than 2,200 patients. The Picker Institute, a health care assessment and improvement research organization, interviewed a diverse group of women drawn from 12 abortion providers in a dozen states around the country. The study,…

Kaiser/Harvard Health News Index March/April 1999

The March/April 1999 edition of the Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard Health News Index includes questions about major health stories covered in the news, including questions about Social Security, Medicare and Medical Uses of Marijauana. The survey is based on a national random sample of 1,200 Americans conducted April 10-22, 1999 which…

Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University School of Public Health: Update on Americans’ Views on the Consumer Protections Debate

Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University School of Public Health: Update on Americans’ Views on the Consumer Protections DebateThe Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University School of Public Health Update on American’s Views on Consumer Protections in Managed Care is based on findings from the April 1999 Kaiser/Harvard Health News Index. The survey was…

National Survey on Public Attitudes and Use of Dietary Supplements

The NPR/Kaiser Family Foundation/Kennedy School of Government NationalSurvey on Americans and Dietary Supplements was designed by staff at NationalPublic Radio, Kaiser Family Foundation, and the Kennedy School of Government andconducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. The survey was conduced bytelephone with 1,200 adults (age 18 or older) nationwide between February…

Talking with Kids about Tough Issues: A National Survey of Parents and Kids

A new survey of parents and kids ages 10-15 on topics such as sex, AIDS, violence, alcohol and drugs. The survey was conducted for the Kaiser Family Foundation and ChildrenNow, as part of a national initiative called Talking With Kids About Tough Issues. More information on the campaign is available…

Changes in Employee Health Coverage by Small Businesses

Findings from previous reports by The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured and a survey of small and large employers that was part of a joint effort between The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and KPMG Peat Marwick. A full report on is availableseparately (#1464).Report Report

KFF- What Teens Know and Don’t (But Should) About Sexually Transmitted Diseases

A random-sample national survey of 400 teens, ages 15 to 17 years old about their awareness of and attitudes toward sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) – focusing primarily on STDs other than HIV/AIDS. The survey was conducted by telephone by Princeton Survey Research Associates for the Kaiser Family Foundation, MTV: Music…

Kaiser/Harvard Health News Index January/February 1999

The January/February 1999 edition of the Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard Health News Index includes questions about major health stories covered in the news, including questions about the President Clinton’s State of the Union Address with special emphasis on his points on Health Care for Seniors and Social Security. The survey is…