Akingbemi, Benson T., Renshan Ge, Gary R. Klinefelter, Barry R. Zirkin, and Matthew R. Hardy. "Phthalate-induced Leydig cell hyperplasia Leydig cell hyperplasia Endocrinology Autonomous hyperplasia and hyperfunction of Leydig cells Etiology Activating mutation of LH receptor gene Clinical Precocious puberty Management Orchidectomy is associated with multiple endocrine disturbances," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The name of this country. The United States, now thirty-one in number, are Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, 101(3): 775-780.
Akingbemi, Benson T., Chantal M. Sottas, Anna I. Koulova, Gary R. Klinefelter, and Matthew P. Hardy. "Inhibition of testicular steroidogenesis steroidogenesis /ste·roi·do·gen·e·sis/ (ste-roi?do-jen´e-sis) production of steroids, as by the adrenal glands.steroidogen´ic
The biological synthesis of steroids. by the xenoestrogen bisphenol A is associated with reduced pituitary luteinizing hormone secretion and decreased steroidogenic enzyme gene expression in rat Leydig cells," Endocrinology 145(2): 592-603.
Anger, Jennifer T. and Marc Goldstein. "Intravasal 'toothpaste' in men with obstructive azoospermia azoospermia /azoo·sper·mia/ (a-zo?o-sper´me-ah) lack of live spermatozoa in the semen; classified as obstructive or nonobstructive depending on whether cause is blockage of the tubules or ducts. is derived from vasal va·sal
Of, relating to, or connected with a vessel or duct of the body. epithelium, not sperm," Journal of Urology 172(2): 634-636.
Ball, Gregory F., Catherine J. Auger, Daniel J. Bernard, Thierry D. Charlier, Jennifer J. Sartor, Lauren V. Riters, and Jacques Balthazart. "Seasonal plasticity in the song control system: Multiple brain sites of steroid hormone action and the importance of variation in song behavior," Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences The New York Academy of Sciences is the third oldest scientific society in the United States. An independent, non-profit organization with more than 25,000 members in 140 countries, the Academy’s mission is to advance understanding of science and technology. 1016: 586-610.
Bernard, Daniel J. "Both SMAD SMAD Sowjetische Militäradministration in Deutschland (Soviet Military Administration in Germany)
SMAD School of Media Arts and Design (James Madison University)
SMAD Stella Maris Academy of Davao 2 and SMAD3 mediate activin-stimulated expression of the follicle-stimulating hormone [beta] subunit in mouse gonadotrope cells," Molecular Endocrinology 18(3): 606-623.
Boorjian, Stephen, Michael Lipkin, and Marc Goldstein. "The impact of obstructive interval and sperm granuloma on outcome of vasectomy reversal," Journal of Urology 171(1): 304-306.
Chan, Peter T.K. and Marc Goldstein. "Superior outcomes of microsurgical vasectomy reversal in men with the same female partners," Fertility and Sterility 81(5): 1371-1374.
Esponda, Pedro, Marc Goldstein, and Steve S. Witkin. "In vitro transfection of the human vas deferens using DNA-liposome and DNA DNA: see nucleic acid.
or deoxyribonucleic acid
One of two types of nucleic acid (the other is RNA); a complex organic compound found in all living cells and many viruses. It is the chemical substance of genes. neutral lipid complexes," Fertility and Sterility 81(1): 171-175.
Hardy, Matthew and Peter Schlegel. "The 25th volume: Did you see the latest?" Journal of Andrology 25(2): 177.
Johansson, Elof D.B. "Future developments in hormonal contraception," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 190(suppl 4): S69-S71.
Johansson, Elof D.B. and Regine Sitruk-Ware. "New delivery systems in contraception: Vaginal rings," American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 190(suppl 4): S54-S59.
Lee, Nikki P.Y. and C. Yan Cheng. "Adaptors, junction dynamics, and spermatogenesis," Biology of Reproduction 71(2): 392-404.
--. "Ectoplasmic specialization, a testis-specific cell-cell actin-based adherens junction type: Is this a potential target for male contraceptive development?" Human Reproduction Update 10(4): 349-369.
--. "Nitric oxide/nitric oxide synthase, spermatogenesis, and tight junction dynamics," Biology of Reproduction 70(2): 267-276.
Lee, Nikki P.Y., Dolores D. Mruk, Anne M. Conway, and C. Yan Cheng. "Zyxin, axin, and Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome protein The Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome Protein (WASp) is a 502-amino acid protein that is expressed in cells of the hematopoietic system. In the inactive state, WASp exists in an auto-inhibited conformation with sequences near its C-terminus binding to a region near its N-terminus. are adaptors that link the cadherin/catenin protein complex to the cytoskeleton cytoskeleton
System of microscopic filaments or fibres, present in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells (see eukaryote), that organizes other cell components, maintains cell shape, and is responsible for cell locomotion and for movement of the organelles within it. at adherens junctions in the seminiferous epithelium of the rat testis testis (tĕs`tĭs) or testicle (tĕs`tĭkəl), one of a pair of glands that produce the male reproductive cells, or sperm. ," Journal of Andrology 25(2): 200-215.
Morris, David J., Graham W. Souness, Syed A. Latif, Matthew P. Hardy, and Andrew S. Brem. "Effect of chenodeoxycholic acid on 11[beta]-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase dehydrogenase /de·hy·dro·gen·ase/ (de-hi´dro-jen-as?) an enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of hydrogen or electrons from a donor, oxidizing it, to an acceptor, reducing it.
n. in various target tissues," Metabolism 53(6): 811-816.
Salva, Antonio, Matthew P. Hardy, Xiu-feng Wu, Chantal M. Sottas, David T. MacLaughlin, Patricia K. Donahoe, and Mary M. Lee. "Mullerian-inhibiting substance inhibits rat Leydig cell regeneration after ethylene dimethanesulphonate ablation," Biology of Reproduction 70(3): 600-607.
Schiff, Jonathan, Philip S. Li, and Marc Goldstein. "Robotic microsurgical vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy: A prospective randomized study in a rat model," Journal of Urology 171(4): 1720-1725.
Schlegel, Peter N. and Jeremy Kaufmann. "Role of varicocelectomy in men with nonobstructive azoospermia," Fertility and Sterility 81(6): 1585-1588.
Shi, Hui-Juan, Ai Zhen Wu, Michelle Santos, Zong-Ming Feng, Li Huang, Yong-Mei Chen, Kai Zhu, and Ching-Ling C. Chen. "Cloning and characterization of rat spermatid spermatid /sper·ma·tid/ (sper´mah-tid) a cell derived from a secondary spermatocyte by fission, and developing into a spermatozoon.
n. protein SSP (1) (Service Switching Point) The local exchange node in an SS7 telephone network. The SSP can be part of the voice switch or in a separate computer connected to it. 411: A thioredoxin-like protein," Journal of Andrology 25(4): 479-493.
Sitruk-Ware, Regine. "Pharmacological profile of progestins," Maturitas 47(4): 277-283.
Siu, Michelle K.Y. and C. Yan Cheng. "Extracellular matrix: Recent advances on its role in junction dynamics in the seminiferous epithelium during spermatogenesis," Biology of Reproduction 71(2): 375-391.
--. "Interactions of proteases, protease inhibitors, and the [beta]1 integrin/laminin [gamma]3 protein complex in the regulation of ectoplasmic specialization dynamics in the rat testis," Biology of Reproduction 70(4): 945-964.
Sivin, Irving. "Problems in the conduct and analysis of 'A comparative randomized study of three different IUDs in nulliparous Mexican women,'" Contraception 69(3): 259-260.
Sivin, Irving, Horacio Croxatto, Luis Bahamondes, Vivian Brache, Francisco Alvarez, Rebeca Massai, Janet Schechter, Sirpa Ranta, Narender Kumar, Esther Wu, Ana Sofia Tejeda, Veronica Reyes, Elaine Travers, Arthur Allen, and Alfred Moo-Young. "Two-year performance of a Nestorone releasing contraceptive implant: A three-center study of 300 women," Contraception 69(2): 137-144.
Wang, Guimin and Matthew P. Hardy. "Development of Leydig cells in the insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I IGF-I
see somatomedin C.
IGF-I Insulin-like growth factor I, somatomedin-C A polypeptide hormone structurally similar to proinsulin, synthesized in the liver and fibroblasts, giving fibroblasts a paracrine function; serum levels correlate with ) Knockout mouse: Effects of IGF-I replacement and gonadotropic gonadotropic /go·nado·tro·pic/ (-tro´pik) stimulating the gonads; applied to hormones of the anterior pituitary.
go·nad·o·trop·ic or go·nad·o·troph·ic
1. stimulation," Biology of Reproduction 70(3): 632-639.
Wong, Ching-hang, Dolores D. Mruk, Wing-yee Lui, and C. Yan Cheng. "Regulation of blood--testis barrier dynamics: An in vivo study," Journal of Cell Science 117(5): 783-798.
Gender and Family Dynamics
de la Briere, Benedicte, Kelly Hallman, and Agnes R. Quisumbing 2003. "Resource allocation and empowerment of women in rural Bangladesh," in Agnes R Quisumbing (ed.), Household Decisions, Gender, and Development: A Synthesis of Recent Research. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) was founded in 1975 to develop policy solutions for meeting the food needs of the developing world in a sustainable way. , pp. 89-94.
Fikree, Fariyal F. and Omrana Pasha. "Role of gender in health disparity: The South Asian context," British Medical Journal The British Medical Journal, or BMJ, is one of the most popular and widely-read peer-reviewed general medical journals in the world. It is published by the BMJ Publishing Group Ltd (owned by the British Medical Association), whose other 328(7443): 823-826.
Ruel, Marie T., Benedicte de la Briere, Kelly Hallman, Agnes R. Quisumbing, and Nora Coj de Salazar. 2003. "Subsidized childcare and working women in urban Guatemala," in Agnes R. Quisumbing (ed.), Household Decisions, Gender, and Development: A Synthesis of Recent Research. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute, pp. 219-224.
Baker, Simon, Srisuman Sartsara, Patchara Rumakom, Philip Guest, Katie Schenk, Anthony Pramualratana, Suparat Suksakulwat, Surachai Panakitsuwan, and Sikarat Moonmeung. "Using incentives to encourage AIDS programs and policies in the workplace: A study of feasibility and impact in Thailand," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Becker, Julie, Rasha Dabash, Elizabeth McGrory, Diane Copper, Jane Harries, Margaret Hoffman, Jennifer Moodley, Phyllis Orner, and Hillary Bracken. Paving the Path: Preparing for Microbicide Introduction--Report of a Qualitative Study in South Africa. New York: EngenderHealth.
Clarke, Alison (ed.). "Findings from the field: A compilation to date of publications on HIV/AIDS from Horizons and partner organizations--Updated June 2004," CD-ROM Washington, DC: Population Council.
Eisenblatter, Martin, Christiane Stahl-Hennig, Seraphin Kuate, Nicole Stolte, Edith Jasny, Helmut Hahn, Melissa Pope, Klara Tenner-Racz, Paul Racz, Ralph M. Steinman Ralph M (Marvin) Steinman, M.D. is an immunologist and cell biologist at the Rockefeller University, who discovered and pioneered the dendritic cells and its research. He received numerous awards and recognitions for his life-long work on dendritic cells, such as The Albert Lasker , Klaus Uberla, and Ralf Ignatius. "Induction of neutralising antibodies restricts the use of human granulocyte/ macrophage colony stimulating factor colony stimulating factor
A hormone produced in the cells lining the blood vessels that stimulates the bone marrow to synthesize white blood cells. for vaccine studies in rhesus macaques," Vaccine 22(25-26): 3295-3302.
Esu-Williams, Eka, Katie Schenk, Joseph Motsepe, Scott Geibel, and Andersen Zulu. "Involving young people in the care and support of people living with HIV/AIDS in Zambia," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Hallman, Kelly. "Socioeconomic disadvantage and unsafe sexual behaviors among young women and men in South Africa," Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 190. New York: Population Council.
Hu, Qinxue, Ines Frank, Vennansha Williams, John J. Santos, Patricia Watts, George E. Griffin, John P. Moore, Melissa Pope, and Robin J. Shattock. "Blockade of attachment and fusion receptors inhibits HIV-1 infection of human cervical tissue," Journal of Experimental Medicine The Journal of Experimental Medicine is an academic journal that publishes research papers and commentaries in the biomedical area. Topics covered include immunology, inflammation, infectious disease, hematopoiesis, cancer, stem cells and vascular biology. 199(8): 1065-1075.
"The impact on adolescent reproductive health of community-based interventions for supporting orphaned and vulnerable children in South Africa," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Improving AIDS treatment programs," Horizons Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Kerrigan, Deanna, Luis Moreno, Bayardo Gomez, Hector Jerez, Ellen Weiss, Johannes van Dam, Eva Roca, Clare Barrington, and Michael Sweat. "Combining community approaches and government policy to reduce HIV HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), either of two closely related retroviruses that invade T-helper lymphocytes and are responsible for AIDS. There are two types of HIV: HIV-1 and HIV-2. HIV-1 is responsible for the vast majority of AIDS in the United States. risk in the Dominican Republic," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
--. "Community approaches and government policy reduce HIV risk in the Dominican Republic," Horizons Research Summary. Washington, DC: Population Council
Ndhlovu, Lewis, Catherine Searle, Robert Miller, Andrew Fisher, Ester Snyman, and Nancy Sloan. "Reproductive health services in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa: A situation analysis study focusing on HIV/AIDS services." Washington, DC: Population Council and KwaZulu Natal Department of Health.
Phillips, David M., Kristin M. Sudol, Clark L. Taylor, Laura Guichard, Robert Elsen, and Robin A. Maguire. "Lubricants containing N-9 may enhance rectal transmission of HIV and other STIs," Contraception 70(2): 107-110.
Pulerwitz, Julia (ed.). "AIDSQuest: The HIVIAIDS survey library--Updated June 2004," CD-ROM Washington, DC: Population Council.
Pulerwitz, Julie, Gary Barker, and Marcio Segundo "Promoting healthy relationships and HIV/STI prevention for young men: Positive findings from an intervention study in Brazil." Horizons Research Update. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Rutenberg, Naomi, and Carolyn Baek. "Review of field experiences: Integration of family planning and PMTCT PMTCT Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission services." Washington, DC: Population Council.
Sudol, Kristin M. and David M. Phillips. "Relative safety of sexual lubricants for rectal intercourse," Sexually Transmitted Diseases 31(6): 346-349.
Teleshova, Natalia, Jennifer Jones, Jessica Kenney, Jeanette Purcell, Rudolf Bohm, Agegnehu Gettie, and Melissa Pope. "Short-term Flt3L treatment effectively mobilizes functional macaque macaque (məkäk`), name for Old World monkeys of the genus Macaca, related to mangabeys, mandrills, and baboons. All but one of the 19 species are found in Asia from Afghanistan to Japan, the Philippines, and Borneo. dendritic cells," Journal of Leukocyte leukocyte (l`kəsīt'): see blood.
or white blood cell or white corpuscle Biology 75(6): 1102-1110.
Teleshova, Natalia, Jessica Kenney, Jennifer Jones, Jason Marshall, Gary Van Nest, Jason Dufour, Rudolf Bohm, Jeffrey D. Lifson, Agegnehu Gettie, and Melissa Pope. "CpG-C immunostimulatory oligodeoxyribonucleotide activation of plasmacytoid dendritic cells in rhesus macaques to augment the activation of IFN-[gamma]-secreting simian immunodeficiency virus-specific T cells," Journal of Immunology The Journal of Immunology (The JI) is an academic journal that publishes basic and clinical studies in all aspects of immunology. It is owned and published by The American Association of Immunologists. Having an impact factor of 6. 173(3): 1647-1657.
Turville, Stuart G., John J. Santos, Ines Frank, Paul U. Cameron, John Wilkinson, Monica Miranda-Saksena, Joanne Dable, Hella Stossel, Nikolaus Romani, Michael Piatak, Jr., Jeffrey D. Lifson, Melissa Pope, and Anthony L. Cunningham. "Immunodeficiency virus uptake, turnover, and 2-phase transfer in human dendritic cells," Blood 103(6): 2170-2179.
Villamide-Herrera, Loreley, Ralf Ignatius, Michael A. Eller, Kelly Wilkinson, Catherine Griffin, Erin Mehlhop, Jennifer Jones, Seol Young Han, Mark G. Lewis, Stephanie Parrish, Tom C. VanCott, Jeffrey D. Lifson, Sarah Schlesinger, John R. Mascola, and Melissa Pope. "Macaque dendritic cells infected with SIV-recombinant canarypox ex vivo induce SIV-specific immune responses in vivo," AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses 20(8): 871-884.
Wallace, Andrea, Mitchell Thorn, Robin A. Maguire, Kristin M. Sudol, and David M. Phillips. "Assay for establishing whether microbicide applicators have been exposed to the vagina," Sexually Transmitted Diseases 31(8): 465-468.
YRG CARE, Horizons Program, and International HIV/AIDS Alliance. "Maximizing resources to meet client needs: Evaluation of a comprehensive HIV/AIDS care and support model in India," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Infants and Children
Hallman, Kelly. 2003 "Mother-father resources, marriage payments, and girl-boy health in rural Bangladesh," in Agnes R. Quisumbing (ed.), Household Decisions, Gender, and Development," A Synthesis of Recent Research Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute, pp. 115-120.
Quality of Care
"Clientas y proveedores requieren de apoyo y orientacion sobre DIU Diu, India: see Daman and Diu. (Ghana y Guatemala)" [Clients and providers need better support and guidance on IUDs (Ghana and Guatemala)], FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 21. Mexico City: Population Council.
"La consejeria balanceada aumenta la calidad de atencion y el conocimiento de las mujeres sobre anti-conceptivos (Peru)" [The balanced counseling strategy improves quality of care and client knowledge on contraceptives (Peru)], FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 23. Mexico City: Population Council.
"Educate clients to communicate their needs to providers (Indonesia)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 40. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Galdos, Sosana, Lucella Campbell, Patricia Mohammed, Debbie Rogow, Saumya RamaRao, Ali Muhammad Mir, and Nicole Haberland. "Linking reproductive health to social power: Community health workers in Belize and Pakistan," Quality/Calidad/Qualite no. 15. New York: Population Council.
Gulmezoglu, A. Metin, Jose Villar, Jeremy Grimshaw, Gilda Piaggio, Pisake Lumbiganon, and Ana Langer. "Cluster randomized trial of an active, multifaceted information dissemination intervention based on The WHO Reproductive Health Library to change obstetric practices: Methods and design issues," BMC (BMC Software, Inc., Houston, TX, www.bmc.com) A leading supplier of software that supports and improves the availability, performance, and recovery of applications in complex computing environments. Medical Research Methodology 4: 2.
"High quality of care during outreach linked to contraceptive use (Bangladesh)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 41. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Hossain, Mian Bazle, Barkat-e-Khuda, and James F. Phillips James F. Phillips (November 20, 1930 - October 3, 2001) was an environmental activist who was known in the Chicago area during the 1970s for his direct action activities under the pseudonym The Fox. . "The effects of outreach on perceived quality of care in two rural areas of Bangladesh," Journal of Biosocial bi·o·so·cial
Of or having to do with the interaction of biological and social forces: the biosocial aspects of disease.
bi Science 36(5): 507-522.
Leon, Federico R., Carlos Brambila, Marisela de la Cruz de la Cruz is a common surname in the Spanish language meaning 'of The Cross.'
Leon, Federico R., Santiago Roca, Alex Rios, Adriana Zumaran, and Ana Rosa Feijoo. "One-year client impacts of quality of care improvements achieved in Peru," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Obaid, Thoraya Ahmed and Erica Chong. "Healing wounds, instilling hope: The Tanzanian partnership against obstetric fistula fistula (fĭs`chlə), abnormal, usually ulcerous channellike formation between two internal organs or between an internal organ and the skin. ," Quality/Calidad/Qualite no. 16. New York: Population Council.
"Targeted counseling enhances client knowledge and contraceptive use (Peru)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 38. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Althabe, Fernando, Jose M. Belizan, Jose Villar, Sophie Alexander, Eduardo Bergel, Silvina Ramos, Mariana Romero, Allan Donner, Gunilla Lindmark, Ann Langer, Ubaldo Farnot, Jose G. Cecatti, Guillermo Carroll, and Edgar Keetler, for the Latin American Caesarean Section Study Group. "Mandatory second opinion to reduce rates of unnecessary caesarean sections in Latin America: A cluster randomised Adj. 1. randomised - set up or distributed in a deliberately random way
irregular - contrary to rule or accepted order or general practice; "irregular hiring practices" controlled trial," Lancet 363(9425): 1934-1940.
Bagde Edmond and Placide Tapsoba. "Dissemination of research results through the regional postabortion care (PAC) initiative for francophone Africa," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Blum, Jennifer, Selma Hajri, Hela Chelli, Farouk Ben Mansour, Nabiha Gueddana, and Beverly Winikoff. "The medical abortion experiences of married and unmarried women in Tunis, Tunisia," Contraception 69(1): 63-69.
Brambila, Carlos. "Developing a supervision instrument for postabortion care in Guatemala, Bolivia, and Mexico," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Bratt, John and Teresa de Vargas. "Impact of varying frequency and magnitude of price increases for clinical reproductive health services," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Broaden outreach to increase use of new services (Bangladesh)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 39. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Caleb Varkey, Leila, Anurag Mishra, Anjana Das, Emma Ottolenghi, Dale Huntington, Susan Adamchak, M.E. Khan, and Frederick Homan. "Involving men in maternity care in India," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Castro, Arachu, Angela Heimburger, and Ana Langer. "Iatrogenic iatrogenic /iat·ro·gen·ic/ (i-a´tro-jen´ik) resulting from the activity of physicians; said of any adverse condition in a patient resulting from treatment by a physician or surgeon. epidemic: How health care professionals contribute to the high proportion of cesarean sections in Mexico," Working Paper on Latin America no. 02/03-3. Cambridge: David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University.
Castro Mantilla, Maria Dolores and Mariel Loayza Antezana. "Evaluation of community education interventions in sexual and reproductive health services in urban marginal areas of La Paz, Bolivia," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Detectar la sifilis durante la conaulta prenatal resulta costo-efectivo (Kenia)" [On-site antenatal syphilis services are cost effective (Kenya)], FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 16. Mexico City: Population Council.
"La educacion en salud reproductive adolescente se fortalece (Mexico)" [Strengthen education on adolescent reproductive health (Mexico)], FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 22. Mexico City: Population Council.
"Los equipos de campeones premotores del diseno de politicos basadas en evidencia de investigacion tiene gran impacto (Filipinas)" [Policy champion teams foster utilization of research results for policymaking (Philippines)], FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 20. Mexico City: Population Council.
"Expand access to safe postabortion care services in rural areas (Senegal)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 43. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Fikree, Fadyal, Tazeen Ali, Jill M. Durooher, and Mohammad H. Rahbar "Health service utilization for perceived postpartum morbidity among poor women living in Karachi," Social Science and Medicine 59(4): 681-694.
Florez-Arestegui Cornejo, Marco and Rosalinda Barreto Silva. "Culturally appropriate information, education and communication strategies for improving adolescent reproductive health in Cusco, Peru," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Garcia, Sandra G. and Lisa Goldman. "Understanding successful condom use in the Dominican Republic," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Grossman, Daniel, Charlotte Ellertson, David A. Grimes, and Dilys Walker. "Routine follow-up visits after first-trimester induced abortion," Obstetrics and Gynecology 103(4): 738-745.
"An integrated strategy for strengthening the capacity of the Reproductive Health Research Unit of the University of Witwatersrand to train researchers and program managers in research and data utilization," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Introduction of emergency contraception in Bangladesh: Translating research into action," Asia and Near East Region OR Summary no. 2. New Delhi: Population Council.
"Involving men in maternity care: Observations from an OR study," Asia and Near East Region OR Summary no. 1. New Delhi: Population Council.
Jones, Heidi. Review of Shireen Jeleebhoy, Michael Koenig, and Christopber Elias (eds.), Reproductive Tract Infections and Other Gynecological gynecological /gy·ne·co·log·i·cal/ (-kah-loj´i-k'l) gynecologic. Disorders: A Multidisciplinary Research Approach, Studies in Family Planning 35(1): 75.
Khalil, Karima and Farzaneh Roudi. "Making motherhood safer: The case of Egypt," policy brief. Washington, DC: Population Reference Bureau The Population Reference Bureau is a non-governmental organization in the United States, founded in 1929 by Guy Irving Burch, with support of Raymond Pearl. It provides information about demography. .
Lara, Diana K., Lisa Goldman, and Michelle Firestone. "Opciones y respuestas: Resultados de una encuesta de opinion a medicos mexicanos" [Options and answers: Results of a survey of Mexican doctors]. Mexico City: Population Council.
Lara, Diana K., Jennifer Strickler, Claudia Diaz-Olavarrieta, and Charlotte Ellertson. "Measuring induced abortion in Mexico: A comparison of four methodologies," Sociological Methods and Research 32(4): 529-558.
"Leadership facilitates sustainability of postabortion care services (Peru)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 42. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Martin, Antonieta. "El secrete mejor guardado, los pastillas anticonceptivas de emergencia" [The best-kept secret: Emergency contraceptive pills], FRONTIERS 2004 calendar and address book for service providers. Mexico City: Population Council
"Men's involvement in partner's pregnancy yields health benefits (India)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 45. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Mishra, Anurag. "Risk of sexually transmitted infections among migrant men: Findings from a survey in Delhi," Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 13(1): 89-106.
"New findings from intervention research: Youth reproductive health and HIV prevention," report of a meeting co-sponsored by Population Council/FRONTIERS, Horizons/Population Council, and YouthNet/Family Health International, Washington, DC, 9 September 2003. Arlington, VA: Family Health International.
Nguyen Thi Nhu Ngoc, Vu Quy Nhan, Jennifer Blurn, Tran Thi Phuong Mai, Jill M. Durocher, and Beverly Winikoff. "Is home-based administration of prostaglandin safe and feasible for medical abortion? Results from a multisite study in Vietnam," British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 111(8): 814-819.
Palenque, Eriea, Lizzy Montano, Ricardo Vernon, Fernando Gonzales, Patricia Riveros, and John Bratt. "Effects and cost of implementing a gender-sensitive reproductive health program," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Posparto y post-aborto, momentos para hablar de planificacion familiar (Honduras)" [Postpartum and postabortion, women want to talk about family planning (Honduras)], FRONTIERS OR Summary n. 17. Mexico City: Population Council.
"Postabortion family planning counseling and services lead to increased contraceptive use (Russia)," FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 44. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Promover nuevos servicios de salud reproductiva es costo-efectivo (Honduras)" [Marketing reproductive health services is cost effective (Honduras)], FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 18. Mexico City: Population Council.
Sanogo, Diouratie, Mady Cisse, Adama Ndoye, Laty G. Ndoye, Ousmane Faye, and Baga Mbacke Mboup. "Testing a community-based distribution approach to reproductive health service delivery in Senegal (a study of community agents in Kebemer)," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Sensibilizar a comunidades para que realicen ritos alternatives de iniciacion con las ninas (Kenia)" [Community sensitization sensitization /sen·si·ti·za·tion/ (sen?si-ti-za´shun)
1. administration of an antigen to induce a primary immune response.
2. exposure to allergen that results in the development of hypersensitivity. must precede alternative coming-of-age rite (Kenya)], FRONTIERS OR Summary no. 19. Mexico City: Population Council.
Shannon, Caitlin S. and Beverly Winikoff (eds.) Misoprostol. Art Emerging Technology for Women's Health--Report of a Seminar. New York: Population Council.
"Successfully integrating reproductive health services for men in women-focused service centers," Asia and Near East Region OR Summary no. 3. New Delhi: Population Council.
Tazhibayev, Shamil, Toregeldy Sharmanov, Ayan Ergalieva, Oksana Dolmatova, Orynkel Mukasheva, Aina Seidakhmetova, and Raikhan Kushenova. "Promotion of lactation amenorrhea method intervention trial, Kazakhstan," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Tsu, Vivien D., Ana Langer, and Tess Aldrich. "Postpartum hemorrhage in developing countries: Is the public health community using the right tools?" International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics 85(suppl 1): S42-S51.
Weitz, Tracy, Angel Foster, Charlotte Ellertson, Daniel Grossman, and Felicia Stewart. "'Medical' and 'surgical' abortion: Rethinking the modifiers," Contraception 69(1): 77-78.
Amin, Sajeda and Alaka M. Basu. "Popular perceptions of emerging influences on mortality and longevity in Bangladesh and West Bengal," Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 186. New York: Population Council.
Bongaarts, John. "Population aging and the rising cost of public pensions," Population and Development Review 30(1): 1-23 (also published as Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 185. New York: Population Council).
--. "Population policies: Demographic aspects of," in Stephen G. Post Stephen G. Post is Professor and Associate Director for Educational Programs, Department of Bioethics, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, and Senior Research Scholar at theBecket Institute of St Hugh's College, Oxford and President of the Institute for Research on (ed.), Encyclopedia of Bioethics, ed. 3, vol. 4. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, pp. 2083-2087.
Freedman, Vicki A. and Linda G. Martin. "Robine and Michel's 'Looking forward to a general theory on population aging': Incorporating disability into population-level models of health change at older ages," Journals of Gerontology gerontology: see geriatrics. Series A: Biological and Medical Sciences 59(A): 602-603.
Kaneda, Toshiko, Zachary Zimmer, and Zhe Tang. "Differentials in life expectancy and active life expectancy active life expectancy Active life expectancy at age x Epidemiology The average number of yrs of life remaining in an independent state–ie free from significant disability for a population of individuals, all of age x by socioeconomic status among older adults in Beijing," Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 189. New York: Population Council.
Langer, Ana. Review of Rebecca J. Cook, Bernard M. Dickens, and Mahmoud F. Fathalla, Reproductive Health and Human Rights: Integrating Medicine, Ethics and Law, Bulletin of the World Health Organization 82(7): 549.
McNicoll, Geoffrey. Review of Alberto Alesina and Enrico Spolaore, The Size of Nations, Population and Development Review 30(1): 168-170.
Montgomery, Mark R. and Paul C. Hewett. "Urban poverty and health in developing countries: Household and neighborhood effects," Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 164. New York: Population Council.
Rob, Ubaidur, Mohammad Nurul Amin, and Nancy J. Piet-Pelon (eds.). Fertility Transition in Bangladesh: Evidence and Implication. Dhaka: United Nations Population Fund The United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) began funding population programs in 1969. It was renamed the United Nations Population Fund in 1987, but kept its original abbreviation. .
Zimmer, Zachary, Napaporn Chayovan, Hui-Sheng Lin, and Josefina Natividad. "How indicators of socioeconomic status relate to physical functioning of elder adults in three Asian societies," Research on Aging 25(2): 224-258.
Zimmer, Zachary, Xianghua Fang, Toshiko Kaneda, Zhe Tang, and Julia Kwong. "Trends and transitions in children's coresidence with older adults in Beijing Municipality," Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 187. New York: Population Council.
Zimmer, Zachary and Julia Kwong. "Socioeconomic status and health among older adults in rural and urban China," Journal of Aging and Health 16(1): 44-70.
Strengthening Local Resources
Foreit, James R., Harriet Birungi, Ian Askew, Joel Okullo, and Frederick Homan. "Building the capacity of the Regional Center for Quality of Health Care, Makerere University, to train consumers of operations research," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
"Introducing operations research into the curriculum of the Central American population program of the University of Costa Rica," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Khalil, Karima, Mohamed Cherine, Amr Elnoury, Hania Sholkamy, Miral Breebaart, and Nevine Hassanein. "Labor augmentation in an Egyptian teaching hospital," International Journal of gynaecology and Obstetrics 85(1): 74-80.
Vernon, Ricardo and Antonieta Martin. "Training Latin American ministry of health service providers on emergency contraception," FRONTIERS Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Transitions to Adulthood
Bhuiya, Ismat, Ubaidur Rob, Rick Roman, Mohammed Ejaz Khan, Asiful Haidar Chowdhury, Laila Rahman, NazmLg Haque, and Susan Adamchak. "Improving reproductive health of adolescents in Bangladesh." Dhaka: Population Council.
Hallman, Kelly and Monica J. Grant. "Poverty, educational attainment, and livelihoods: How well do young people fare in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa?" Horizons Research Summary. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Lloyd, Cynthia B. and Monica J. Grant. "Growing up in Pakistan: The separate experiences of males and females," Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 188. New York: Population Council.
Rahman, Laila, Mohammed Kabir, Ubaidur Rob, Yasmin Siddiqua, and Marium Ul Mutahara "Mid-term review of GOB-UNFPA ARH ARH Agence Régionale de l'Hospitalisation
ARH Art History
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ARH Adolescent Reproductive Health
ARH Autosomal Recessive Hypercholesterolemia
ARH Appalachian Regional Hospital
ARH Appalachian Regional Healthcare, Inc. project: An initiative for improving reproductive health of adolescent girls in Bangladesh through peer education and personal social education." Dhaka: Population Council.
Rob, Ubaidur, Noor Mohammed, Yasmin Siddiqua, Marium Ul Mutahara, and Noorunnabi Talukder. "Status of married adolescents in Bangladesh," Dhaka: UNFPA UNFPA United Nations Population Fund (formerly United Nations Fund for Population Activities)
UNFPA United Nations Fund for Population Activities (now United Nations Population Fund) and Population Council.
The Transitions to Adulthood Study Team. "Transitions to adulthood in the context of AIDS in South Africa: The impact of exposure to life skills education on adolescent knowledge, skills, and behavior," Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.