A national random-sample telephone survey of 1,510 teenagers age 12-18, conducted for the Foundation by Princeton Survey Research Associates between March 28, 1996 and May 5, 1996. The survey finds that most teens have enough information about how girls get pregnant, but not how to use different kinds of birth…
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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
A national voter survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard School of Public Health conducted shortly after the November congressional elections in 1998. The purpose is to gauge voters’ priorities for the next Congress, both generally and with specific regard to health care issues. The survey also measures voter…
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…
Voters Say Medicare Top Health Issue For New Congress Embargoed for release until: Thursday, January 14, 1999 For more information contact: Matt James or Missy Krasner: (650)854-9400 Best Chance for Bipartisan Voter Support in Health on Patients’ Rights Washington, DC — A new survey conducted immediately after the election by…
This fact sheet reviews contraceptive use and methods in the U.S., including current attitudes about contraception, use by adolescents and young adults, various contraception options, and insurance coverage. Fact Sheet (.pdf)
National Survey of Women about their Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Regarding their Reproductive Health – Report
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 howmuch women know about their reproductive health care…
Kaiser Family Foundation 1995 Survey of Obstetrician/Gynecologists On Contraception and Unplanned Pregnancy:
Attitudes And Practices With Regard To Abortion Conducted by Fact Finders, Inc. of Albany, New York, this 1995 survey on contraception and unplanned pregnancy concerned Obstetrician/Gynecologists’ attitudes and practices regarding the issues.
The report examines state Medicaid program policies regarding coverage of pregnancy-related services. It details state-level Medicaid eligibility and enrollment policies for pregnant women, as well as scope of coverage for prenatal and screening services, delivery and post-partum care, educational classes and support services.