Thursday, April 11 / 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM · Griffin Hall

Poster Session 1
Fertility, Family Planning, Sexual Behavior, & Reproductive Health 1

1. Fertility in Nigeria: Levels, Patterns, and Associated FactorsAlawode Abel .

2. Quality of Antenatal Care and Associated Factors in Western Kenya: An Assessment of Service Provision and Experience DimensionsPatience Afulani , University of California, San Francisco; Laura Buback, University of California, San Francisco; Joyceline Kinyua, Kenya Medical Research Institute; Leah Kirumbi, Kenya Medical Research Institute; Craig R. Cohen, University of California, San Francisco.

3. The Stories Behind Postponing Motherhood: A Qualitative Insight From Advanced-Age Mothers in MumbaiAishwarya , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

4. Coaching as a Cost-Effective and Sustainable Approach to Improving the Quality of Family Planning Services: Model From the Challenge InitiativeLekan Ajijola , Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs; Victor Igharo, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs; Lisa Mwaikambo, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health; Kim Martin, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health; Kate Cho, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health; Mojisola Odeku, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.

5. A New Model for Stimulating Domestic Funding: Learning From the Catalytic Demand-Driven Model in NigeriaDorcas Akila ; Victor Igharo, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs; Olukunle Omotoso; Lekan Ajijola, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.

6. Utilization of Second-Trimester Spontaneous and Induced Abortion Services in Public Hospitals in Mexico, 2007-2015Lily Alexander , University of Washington, Seattle; Evelyn Fuentes-Rivera; Biani Saavedra, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE); Raffaela Schiavon, Ipas; Noe Maldonado Rueda, Harvard School of Public Health; Blair G. Darney, Oregon Health & Science University.

7. Social and Demographic Factors Affecting Abortion Rate in GhanaAcheampong Y. Amoateng , North-West; Ololade Baruwa, University of the Witwatersrand; Elizabeth Biney.

8. Age at First Birth and Fertility: Global Variation in Proximate CausesKermyt G. Anderson , University of Oklahoma; Leah Tanner, Johns Hopkins University.

9. Effect of Stigma on the Choice Between Medication and Surgical AbortionSamuel Antobam , Ipas Ghana; Koma Jehu-Appiah, Ipas, Ghana; Gertrude Voetagbe, Ipas, Ghana; Marian Smith, Ipas, Ghana.

10. Men’s Interpretation of Traditional and Religious Beliefs in Support of Family PlanningSamuel Antobam , Ipas Ghana; Heather Marlow, Mathematica; Selorme Azumah, Ipas, Ghana; Awal Mahammed , NorSAAC; Elizabeth Regan, IBIS.

11. The Impact of ASSP Four-Year Intervention to Increase Access to Family Planning Services on Modern Contraceptive Use in Three Regions of the Democratic Republic of CongoSaleh Babazadeh , Tulane University; David Hotchkiss, Tulane University; Janna Wisniewski, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine; Jane Bertrand, Tulane University.

12. Is Quality of Care a Matter of Sterilization Regret? Evidence from NFHS-I, NFHS-Iii and NFHS-IvAnjali Bansal ; Laxmi Kant Dwivedi, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

14. Abortion Incidence and Safety in Nigeria: Findings From a Population-Based SurveySuzanne Bell , Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Elizabeth F. Omoluabi, Centre for Research Evaluation Resources and Development (CRERD); Funmilola OlaOlorun, University of Ibadan; Mridula Shankar, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Caroline Moreau, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM).

15. Couples’ Decision-making About Contraception in Ghana: What Do Different Contraception Classifications Suggest?Adriana A. Biney , University of Ghana; Naa Dodua Dodoo, University of Ghana.

16. Ideational Factors and Modern Contraceptives: Social Network Data From Rural KenyaJeffrey Bingenheimer , The George Washington University; Rajiv Rimal, The George Washington University; Erica Sedlander, The George Washington University; Mark Edberg, The George Washington University; Wolfgang Munar, The George Washington University; Peter Gichangi, International Center for Reproductive Health, Kenya; Mary Thiongo, International Centre for Reproductive Health, Kenya; Noshir Contractor, Northwestern University; Alina Lungeanu, Northwestern University.

17. Health Professionals, Population Density, and Adequate Antenatal Care in Nine Sub-Saharan African CountriesElizabeth Boyle , University of Minnesota; Jasmine Ha, Australian National University; Pamela C. Banda, University of the Witwatersrand; Miriam King, University of Minnesota.

18. Borderline Rights: The Effect of Neighbor Restrictions on Border County Abortion Provision in IllinoisCynthia Buckley , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Lauren Pollack, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Hildegard Luijten, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Meegan Mayer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Erika Hamlink, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Samantha Johnson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

19. Cross-National and Subnational Fertility Across EuropeNicholas Campisi , University of St Andrews.

20. No More Babies Without Help? Spousal Division of Labor and Fertility Intentions in TaiwanYen-hsin Cheng , Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica; Chen-Hao Hsu, Academia Sinica.

21. More Than the Sum of Their Parts: Couples and HIV in ZimbabweDanielle Denardo , Soka University of America.

22. The Paradox of Declining Fertility and Declining Contraceptive Use in IndiaSonalde B. Desai , India Human Development Survey; Santanu Pramanik, National Council of Applied Economic Research; Bijay Chouhan, National Council of Applied Economic Research.

23. The Effect of Food Insecurity on Fertility Preferences in TanzaniaKira DiClemente , Brown University; Kathryn Grace, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Trace Kershaw, Yale University; Debbie Humphries, Yale University.

24. Sexual and Reproductive Autonomy and Contraceptive Used Among Women in Union in BeninRobert Djogbenou , Population Training an Research Center (CEFORP, University of Benin); Justin Dansou, University of Ibadan.

25. SES and Fertility During the Fertility Transition: Evidence From Micro-Level Population Data in a Global and Historical PerspectiveMartin Dribe , Lund University; Francesco Scalone, University of Bologna.

26. Remarkable Regularities in the Association of Maternal and Paternal Ages at Childbirth: Evidence From 15 High-Income CountriesChristian Dudel , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Yen-hsin Cheng, Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica; Sebastian Kluesener, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB).

27. An Intersectional Analysis of Education and Racial/Ethnic Inequalities in Contraceptive SterilizationMieke Eeckhaut , University of Delaware.

28. Religiosity, Safety Beliefs, and Support for Abortion Regulations in TexasElizabeth Ela , University of Texas; Isabel McLoughlin, University of Texas at Austin; Kari White, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Joseph E. Potter, University of Texas at Austin.

29. Promoting Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health through Beauty Parlors in AfghanistanMarianne El-Khoury , Abt Associates; Tess Shiras, Abt Associates; Soumitra Gosh, Abt Associates.

30. Indicators of Preferences for Zero, One, or Two Children: Theory and MeasurementToni Falbo , University of Texas at Austin; Shengjie Lin, University of Texas at Austin.

31. The Effect of Societal Gender Equity on Ideal Number of Children: A Cross-National Comparison of 37 NationsKai Feng , University of Chicago.

32. Visualizing Contraceptive Use Trajectories in KenyaAmy Finnegan , Duke University.

33. Beyond Global Regions: Religious Traditions and Modern Contraceptive Method UseClaudia Geist , University of Utah; Wade Cole, University of Utah.

34. Using Health Insurance Claims for Documentation of Abortion ServicesSusannah Gibbs , Oregon State University; Lisa P. Oakley, Oregon State University; S. Marie Harvey, Oregon State University.

35. Concordance in Spousal Reports of Current Contraceptive Use in IndiaDipti Govil , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Nidhi Khosla, California State University, East Bay.

36. Institutional Factors Associated With the Type of Childbirth: What Happened to Public Policies? Notes From BrazilRaphael Guimaraes .

37. A Retrospective Cohort Analysis of Family Planning Behaviour in IndiaAjay Gupta , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Vaishali Chaurasia, International institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Dinesh Chaurasiya, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

38. The Effect of Antenatal Contraceptive Counseling and IUD Insertion Services on Modern Contraceptive Use and Method Mix in Nepal: Results From a Stepped-Wedge Randomized Controlled TrialSarah Huber-Krum , Harvard University; Aayush Khadka, Harvard University; Julia Rohr, Harvard School of Public Health; Elina Pradhan, Harvard University; Mahesh Puri, Center for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities (CREHPA); Dev Maharjan, Center for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities (CREHPA); Saugat Joshi, Center for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities (CREHPA); Iqbal H. Shah, World Health Organization (WHO); David Canning, Harvard University.

39. Fertility Decline in Chile: Changes in the Role of Education and the Age at the First BirthConstanza Hurtado , University of Maryland.

40. Attitude Towards Safer Sex Negotiation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Does Women's Empowerment Matter?Chukwuechefulam Imo ; Clifford O. Odimegwu, University of the Witwatersrand.

41. Is Unintended Pregnancy–Associated Internalized Stigma Experienced by Women Living With HIV in Kenya?Aparna Jain , Population Council; Wilson Liambila, Population Council; Sara Chace Dwyer, Population Council; Charlotte Warren, Population Council.

42. Counseling for Choice: Does a Consumer-Powered Approach to Counseling Lead to Better Contraceptive Outcomes?Amanda Kalamar , Population Services International; Philip Mkandawire, Population Service International Malawi; Laura Glish, Population Services International.

43. A Comparative Analysis of Contraceptive Use Among Married and Unmarried Reproductive-Aged Women in Rural Northern Ghana: Implications for Sexual and Reproductive Health InterventionsEdmund Kanmiki; Patrick Opoku Asuming, University of Ghana; Charles Asabere, University of Ghana, Regional Institute for Population Studies; James Akazili, Navrongo Health Research Centre; John Awoonor-Williams, Ghana Health Service; James F. Phillips, Columbia University; Ayaga A. Bawah , University of Ghana.

44. Parity Progression as Expressions of Gender Preferences for Children: A Global Comparative Analysis Using Micro-Level Data From 97 CountriesMartin Kolk , Stockholm University; Joseph Molitoris, Lund University; Kieron Barclay, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

45. Gender Differences in Europeans’ Attitudes About Women’s Childlessness: Individual and Contextual FactorsTanya Koropeckyj-Cox , University of Florida; Alin M. Ceobanu, University of Florida.

46. Women Empowerment, Men’s Attitude, and Modern Contraceptive Use in PakistanBhavita Kumari .

47. Intimate Partner Violence and Fertility in Early AdulthoodMarissa Landeis , Bowling Green State University; Karen B. Guzzo, Bowling Green State University; Wendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University; Monica A. Longmore, Bowling Green State University; Peggy C. Giordano, Bowling Green State University.

48. The Contribution of Sociodemographic Changes to the Childlessness Trend in BrazilVictor Leocádio ; Ana Paula Verona, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Adriana Miranda-Ribeiro, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

49. The Influence of Social Context on Abortion Reporting in the National Survey of Family GrowthIsaac Maddow-Zimet , Guttmacher Institute; Laura Lindberg, Guttmacher Institute; Kate Castle, Guttmacher Institute.

50. Trends and Inequalities in Maternal Health in Cambodia, 2000–2014Lindsay Mallick, The DHS Program; Courtney Allen , The DHS Program, ICF; Rathavuth Hong, The DHS Program, ICF.

51. What Can We Learn From Variation in Fertility Preferences? Effects of Social Context on Elite College Women in the United States and TurkeyEmily Marshall , Franklin & Marshall College; Hana Shepherd, Rutgers University.

52. Social Context and Fertility-Related Attitudes: A Pilot Study Using Ecological Momentary AssessmentEmily Marshall , Franklin & Marshall College; Hana Shepherd, Rutgers University.

53. Zika Epidemics, Exposure to Microcephaly, and the Power of Public Health Announcements for Fertility DeclineLeticia J. Marteleto, University of Texas at Austin; Gilvan R. Guedes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Raquel Coutinho , Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional; Abigail Weitzman, University of Michigan.

54. Age at Menarche and the Timing of First Sexual Intercourse.Gladys M. Martinez , National Center for Health Statistics.

55. The Geography of Family Planning Quality—Measuring and Accounting for ChangeSasmira Matta ; Y. Natalia Afonso, Johns Hopkins University; Suzanne Bell, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Shulin Jiang, Johns Hopkins University; David Bishai, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

56. Revisiting the Relationship Between Higher Education and Second Births Across Europe and the United StatesAnna Matysiak , Vienna Institute of Demography; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence.

57. Abortion, Post Abortion Complication, and Treatment Seeking Behavior Among Women in India: Evidence From a Recent Large -Scale SurveyChanda Maurya ; Harihar Sahoo, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

58. Female Educational Attainment and Expansion in Latin America: Heterogeneity of the Direct and Indirect Effects on FertilityLucrecia Mena-Meléndez , University of California, Los Angeles.

59. Fertility Transition in Dakar, Nairobi, and Ouagadougou Since the 1970s: A Similar Decline at All Ages?Roch Millogo ; Clementine Rossier, Université de Genève.

60. Trends in First and Second Births in BrazilAdriana Miranda-Ribeiro , Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG); Tereza Bernardes, University of Pennsylvania; Ricardo A. Garcia, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

61. Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling for Spatial Mapping of Sterilization Among Females in India Using R-InlaRaman Mishra , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

62. Avoidable High-Risk Fertility Among West African Women: Any Progress and Prospect for Decline?Jacob W. Mobolaji , Obafemi Awolowo University; Bola Lukman Solanke, Obafemi Awolowo University.

63. Reconceptualizing Empowerment for Women’s and Girls’ Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH): A Cross-Cultural Index for Measurement, Monitoring, and Progress Toward Improved SRHCaroline Moreau, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM); Celia Karp , Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Shannon Wood; Selamawit Desta, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health; Hadiza Galadanci, Bayero University; Simon Peter Sebina Kibira, Makerere University School of Public Health; Frederick Makumbi, Makerere University; Elizabeth F. Omoluabi, Centre for Research Evaluation Resources and Development (CRERD); Solomon Shiferaw, Addis Ababa University; Assefa Seme, Addis Ababa University; Qian-Li Xue, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Amy Tsui, Johns Hopkins University.

64. Who Is Missing? Approaches to Overcome Selection Bias in Studies of Abortion Access in the United StatesHeidi Moseson , Ibis Reproductive Health; Jane Seymour; Carmela Zuniga, Ibis Reproductive Health; Alexandra Wollum; Caitlin Gerdts, Ibis Reproductive Health.

65. Declining Contraceptive Prevalence in Pakistan: Evidence from FALAH InterventionSaman Saman Naz , Pennsylvania State University; Yubraj Acharya, Pennsylvania State University.

66. Marital Fertility Transition in Patriarchal Ghana: The Falls, the Stalls and the DriversPedzisai Ndagurwa , University of the Witwatersrand; Clifford O. Odimegwu, University of the Witwatersrand.

67. Living Arrangements of Children Today and Fertility Rates Tomorrow: A Regional Analysis Across EuropeNatalie Nitsche , Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Erich Striessnig, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

68. The Long-Term Effects of Civil War on Reproductive Health in TajikistanMichelle O'Brien , The Ohio State University.

69. Can We Count on the Private Sector in Addressing Family Planning Needs of Young People in Egypt?Doaa Oraby , Population Council; Nesrine Salama, Population Council; Mohamed Essam, Population Council; Maryam Essam, Population Council.

70. Contraceptive Service Integration: What Do Service Providers in Maternal and Child Health Sites Do?Foluso Oyewale .

71. “He Used to Tell Me That If I Continue With the Pills, Then He Would Break My Leg”: A Qualitative Exploration of Reproductive Coercion in BangladeshErin Pearson , Ipas; Fahima Aqtar, Ipas Bangladesh; Dipika Paul, Ipas Bangladesh; Jamie Menzel, Ipas; Ruvani Fonseka, University of California, San Diego; Jasmine Uysal, University of California, San Diego; Kathryn Andersen, Ipas; Jay Silverman, University of California, San Diego.

72. Is Fertility Behavior in Africa Different?Claus C. Portner , Seattle University.

73. Son Preference and Its Impact on Contraception Use and Fertility in Selected South Asian CountriesHarchand Ram , Jawaharlal Nehru University.

74. Estimating Annual Unmet Need in India Using Intention to Use Contraception From NFHS 4Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Niranjan Saggurti, Population Council; Abhishek Kumar , Population Council.

75. Is Permanent Employment, During the Years of the Great Recession, a Fertility Trigger in Southern Europe?Diego Ramiro-Fariñas, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Francisco Viciana, Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia; Stanislao Mazzoni , Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).

76. When Was Your Last Birth? A Study of the Open Birth IntervalJohn Ross, Futures Group International; Kristin Bietsch, Avenir Health; Emily Sonneveldt , Avenir Health.

77. Rethinking “Early” Childbearing: Motherhood and Educational Attainment in the United StatesAnna Rybinska , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Kathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

78. Fertility Among Young Women in Mexico: New Evidence About the Role of Abortion From a National SurveyBiani Saavedra , Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE); Raffaela Schiavon, Ipas; Blair G. Darney, Oregon Health & Science University.

79. Did the "Saving Mothers, Giving Life" Initiative Expand Timely Access to Life-Saving Care in Uganda? A Spatial District-Level Analysis of Travel Time to Emergency Obstetric and Newborn CareMichelle Schmitz , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Florina I. Serbanescu, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Vincent Kamara, Baylor College of Medicine ; Joan Kraft, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Marc Cunningham, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); Gregory Opio, Infectious Diseases Institute, Uganda; Patrick Komakech, Uganda Country Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Entebbe, Uganda; Claudia Morrissey Conlon, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); Mary M. Goodwin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

80. Rwandan Government Family Planning Mobilization Efforts Impact National, Community, and Individual Conversations and Motivations to Utilize Family PlanningHilary Schwandt, Western Washington University; Madi Stapleton, Western Washington University; Angel Boulware, Spelman College; Julia Corey, Wheaton College; Ana Herrera, Northwest Vista Community College; Ethan Hudler, Whatcom Community College; Claudette Imbabazi, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Ilia King, Xavier University; Jessica Linus, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Innocent Manzi, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Maddie Merritt, Western Washington University; Lyn Mezier, State University of New York at Oswego (SUNY); Abigail Miller, Western Washington University; Haley Morris, Western Oregon University; Uwase Musekura, Eastern Oregon University; Dieudonne Musemakweli, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Divine Mutuyimana, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Chimene Ntakarutimana, University of Kentucky; Nrali Patel, Arcadia University; Adriana Scanteianu , Rutgers University; Biganette-Evidente Shemeza, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Gi'Anna Sterling-Donaldson, Drexel University; Chantal Umutoni, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Liz Uwera, INES-Ruhengeri – Institute of Applied Sciences; Madeline Zeiler, Western Washington University; Seth L. Feinberg, Western Washington University.

81. Women’s Experiences of Quality of Counseling in Tanzanian PPIUD InterventionLeigh G. Senderowicz , Harvard University; Erin Pearson, Ipas; Kristy Hackett, Harvard University; Sarah Huber-Krum, Harvard University; Joel Francis, University of the Witwatersrand; Projestine Muganyizi, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences; Julia Rohr, Harvard School of Public Health.

82. What Role Do Urban Pharmacies and Chemists Play in the Supply of Abortion Drugs? Preliminary Findings From Surveys and Mystery Client Data in Three Nigerian StatesMridula Shankar , Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Suzanne Bell, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Elizabeth F. Omoluabi, Centre for Research Evaluation Resources and Development (CRERD); Funmilola OlaOlorun, University of Ibadan; Caroline Moreau, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM).

83. Investigating the Relationship Between Stigma and Abortion Safety: Preliminary Findings From a Survey in NigeriaMridula Shankar , Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Grace Sheehy, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Suzanne Bell, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Elizabeth F. Omoluabi, Centre for Research Evaluation Resources and Development (CRERD); Funmilola OlaOlorun, University of Ibadan; Caroline Moreau, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM).

84. Ideal Number of Children in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends and Decomposition of Changes.David Shapiro , Pennsylvania State University; Michel Tenikue, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER); Andrew Hinde, University of Southampton.

85. Providing Quality Abortion Care: Findings From a Study of Six States in IndiaChander Shekhar , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Aparna Sundaram, Guttmacher Institute; Manoj Alagarajan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Manas R. Pradhan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Harihar Sahoo, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

86. Postponement and Recuperation in Cohort Fertility of East Asian CountriesYoon-Jeong Shin , Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs; Haebong Woo, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.

87. Product, Placement, and Price: Generating Mixed-Methods Data to Inform a Total Market Approach in TanzaniaTess Shiras, Abt Associates; Lauren Rosapep, Abt Associates; Nicole Kapesi, Abt Associates; Marianne El-Khoury , Abt Associates.

88. Understanding Sources and Quality of Contraceptive Care Among Adolescents: A Global AnalysisTess Shiras, Abt Associates; Sarah E. K. Bradley , Abt Associates.

89. Reproductive Coercion Across Three Low to Middle-Income Country Contexts: Measurement, Prevalence and Associations With Contraceptive UseJay Silverman , University of California, San Diego; Sabrina Boyce, University of California, San Diego; Sneha Challa, University of California, San Diego; Jasmine Uysal, University of California, San Diego; Nicole Carter, University of California, San Diego; Anita Raj, University of California, San Diego.

90. The Effect of Oil and Gas Employment on Fertility Outcomes in Metro and Nonmetro Counties in the United StatesAnastasia R. Snyder , The Ohio State University; Michael Betz, The Ohio State University; Michael Shepard, The Ohio State University; Madeline Drost, The Ohio State University.

91. Examining the Influence of Continuum of Maternal Health Care Services on Postpartum Family Planning Use in India: Evidence From National Family Health Survey 2014–2015Ujjaval Srivastava , Banaras Hindu University; Kaushalendra K. Singh, Banaras Hindu University.

92. Unintended Fertility and Maladaptive Coping Strategies: Changes in Alcohol and Substance Use Among Young Adult ParentsBrian Timm , Bowling Green State University; Karen B. Guzzo, Bowling Green State University; Wendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University; Monica A. Longmore, Bowling Green State University; Peggy C. Giordano, Bowling Green State University.

93. Does Fertility Decline Affect Improvement in Infant Mortality in India: Exploring an Alternative Hypothesis From the Second Demographic TransitionSrikanth Umenthala , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Srinivas Goli, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

94. An Assessment of Women’s Empowerment and Its Linkages With Use of Family Planning in IndiaDeepanjali Vishwakarma , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

95. Having Sex With Partner Met Online and Sexual Risk Behaviors Among Involuntary Bachelors in Rural ChinaYing Wang , Institute for Population and Development Studies of Xi'an Jiaotong University; Huijun Liu, Xi'an Jiaotong University; Marcus W. Feldman, Stanford University.

96. Effective Coverage of Facility Delivery in Bangladesh, Haiti, Malawi, Nepal, Senegal, and TanzaniaWenjuan Wang , The DHS Program/ICF; Lindsay Mallick, The DHS Program; Courtney Allen, The DHS Program, ICF.

97. Contraceptive Use and Unmet Need Among Women in Polygynous MarriagesWenjuan Wang , The DHS Program/ICF; Sarah Staveteig, U.S. Department of State; Courtney Allen, The DHS Program, ICF.

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