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Costs associated with policies regarding alcohol use during pregnancy: Results from 1972-2015 Vital Statistics

contributed to writing the final submission. Neither author has any conflicts of interest to declare. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Sarah C. M. Roberts. Data curation: Meenakshi S. Subbaraman ... . Formal analysis: Meenakshi S. Subbaraman. Funding acquisition: Sarah C. M. Roberts. Methodology: Meenakshi S. Subbaraman. Supervision: Sarah C. M. Roberts. Writing ? original draft: Meenakshi S

Consideration of and Reasons for Not Obtaining Abortion Among Women Entering Prenatal Care in Southern Louisiana and Baltimore, Maryland

Most research about experiences considering and seeking abortion comes from women presenting at abortion clinics. This study examines experiences among women presenting at prenatal care. Five hundred eighty-nine women were recruited at their first prenatal visit in Southern Louisiana and Baltimore, Maryland. Participants completed self-administered iPad surveys and in-clinic...

The effect of facility characteristics on patient safety, patient experience, and service availability for procedures in non-hospital-affiliated outpatient settings: A systematic review

by a research grant from an anonymous private foundation (PI: Sarah C. M. Roberts, DrPH). The funder had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of ... for project support. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Nancy F. Berglas, Molly F. Battistelli, Wanda K. Nicholson, Mindy Sobota, Richard D. Urman, Sarah C. M. Roberts. Data curation: Nancy F

Evaluating the impact of a mandatory pre-abortion ultrasound viewing law: A mixed methods study

. Laube 1 Sarah C. M. Roberts 0 1 0 Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH), Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences

Decision Rightness and Emotional Responses to Abortion in the United States: A Longitudinal Study

Background Arguments that abortion causes women emotional harm are used to regulate abortion, particularly later procedures, in the United States. However, existing research is inconclusive. We examined women’s emotions and reports of whether the abortion decision was the right one for them over the three years after having an induced abortion. Methods We recruited a cohort of...

Universal Alcohol/Drug Screening in Prenatal Care: A Strategy for Reducing Racial Disparities? Questioning the Assumptions

Agencies and organizations promoting universal screening for alcohol and drug use in prenatal care argue that universal screening will reduce White versus Black racial disparities in reporting to Child Protective Services (CPS) at delivery. Yet, no published research has assessed the impact of universal screening on reporting disparities or explored plausible mechanisms. This...

Complex Calculations: How Drug Use During Pregnancy Becomes a Barrier to Prenatal Care

Pregnant women who use drugs are more likely to receive little or no prenatal care. This study sought to understand how drug use and factors associated with drug use influence women’s prenatal care use. A total of 20 semi-structured interviews and 2 focus groups were conducted with a racially/ethnically diverse sample of low-income women using alcohol and drugs in a California...