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Contraception in the 90’s:  Which Methods Are Most Widely Used? And, Who Uses What?

Contraception in the 90’s: Which Methods Are Most Widely Used? And, Who Uses What? A fact sheet and resource list on new contraceptive use data from the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) from a briefing on the topic held in New York City on June 20, 1997. Contraception…

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Preventing Unintended Pregnancies: The Cost-Effectiveness of Three Methods of Emergency Contraception

Preventing Unintended Pregnancies: The Cost-Effectiveness of Three Methods of Emergency Contraception Report: Preventing Unintended Pregnancy: The Cost-Effectiveness of Three Methods of Emergency Contraception

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Documenting the Power of Television – A Survey of Regular E.R. Viewers about Emergency Contraception

A national random sample telephone survey of 700 regular ER viewers before and after the April 10th episode, featuring a date rape victim who learns that she still has contraceptive options to help prevent pregnancy, even after having unprotected sex. While in the emergency room, she learns that if she…

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Facts about Emergency Contraception: What You Need to Know

Fact Sheet: Facts About Emergency Contraception

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Medicaid and Managed Care: Implications for Low-income Women

This commentary reviews Medicaid’s role for low-income women and examines the implications Medicaid managed care on the delivery of health services to this vulnerable population. Today 40% of the Medicaid population, mostly poor women and their children, is enrolled in managed care. Medicaid agencies are hoping managed care will control…

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Another Gender Gap?  Men’s Role in Preventing Pregnancy

A chart pack, press release, and Q&A prepared for a briefing held in New York on March 19, 1997, co-sponsored by the Kaiser Family Foundation, the National Press Foundation and The Alan Guttmacher Institute. This briefing focused on men’s role and responsibility in preventing pregnancy. A survey of men’s and…

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National Survey of Women about their Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Regarding their Reproductive Health

Survey of Women About Their Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Regarding Their Reproductive Health Glamour; Kaiser Family Foundation; Princeton Survey Research Associates Summary of Major Findings February 1997 The Kaiser Family Foundation partnered with Glamour magazine on a national survey to find out how much women know about their reproductive health…

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The Kaiser Survey About Public Knowledge and Attitudes About STDs Other Than AIDS

A summary and toplines from a national survey conducted for the Foundation by Market Facts, Inc. of public knowledge about STDs overall and their attitudes towards policy options to confront the spread of STDs. This survey was released at a briefing on Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Exposing the Epidemic.

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Sexual Activity on Daytime Soap Operas: A Content Analysis of Five Weeks of Television Programming

This study, conducted for the Kaiser Family Foundation by Katharine E. Heintz-Knowles, Ph.D., University of Washington, presents a “snapshot” of the sexual content on soap operas today. Katharine Heintz-Knowles examined 97 hours of programming from theten nationally televised soap operas between May 27 and June 28, 1996. The study was…

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