Thursday, May 1 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM   •   Grand Ballroom A

Poster Session 1:
Reproductive Health and Family Planning

  1. Misfortune before Birth: Intrauterine Mortality in China, 1955-1987Yong Cai, University of Washington ; Feng Wang, University of California, Irvine

  2. Killing Female Fetus in Haryana, India: Is It a Result of Family Composition Strategy or Sex Selective DiscriminationSutapa Agrawal, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Sayeed Unisa, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  3. Prevalence of Induced Abortion and Factors Affecting It in BangladeshMohammad A. Islam, Bangladesh Agricultural University ; Mohammad Kabir, Jahangirnagar University

  4. Association between Violence and Gynaecological Disorders: Some Findings from 1999 Guizhou Male's Role in Reproductive Health Survey, ChinaYunrong Liu, National Research Institute for Family Planning, China ; Liying Zhang, Mahidol University ; Shah Iqbal, World Health Organization (WHO)

  5. Implementing the ICPD Paradigm Shift in the Pakistani Context: Challenges of Gender, Power and the Health SystemAli M. Mir, Population Council

  6. Ever-Married Adolescents' Knowledge and Attitude on Reproductive Health and Gender Issues in the Islamic Republic of IranMohammed Mosleh-Uddin, United Nations

  7. Can Family Planning Programs Help Close Gender Gaps in Education? Theory, Simulation, and Application to African CountriesParfait Eloundou-Enyegue, Cornell University

  8. Women's Status, Reproductive Behavior and Context in NepalBina Gubhaju, Pennsylvania State University ; Stephen Matthews, Pennsylvania State University

  9. Male Involvement in Reproductive Health in Rural BangladeshJill Clark, Emory University ; Japhet Killewo, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research ; Kathryn M. Yount, Emory University

  10. Identifying the Concerns and Obstacles to Increase a Greater Participation of Men in Improving Women’s Reproductive Health: Experience from Rural Uttar Pradesh, IndiaSampurna Singh, National Council of Applied Economic Research, India

  11. Determinants of Reproductive Morbidity among Teenage Mother:Evidences from NFHS-2 DataC.P. Prakasam, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; S. Radhakrishnan, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

  12. Self-Reported Symptoms of Reproductive Tract Infections: The Question of Accuracy and Meaning. A Case Study in Urban PakistanDurre Nayab, Australian National University

  13. Use of Pregnancy Related Care and Family Planning in the Ch’orti Area of GuatemalaSofie De Broe, University of Southampton

  14. Barriers to Access to Reproductive Health Services among Nomadic Communities in KenyaAnne Khasakhala, University of Nairobi

  15. Integrating Sexual and Reproductive Health Services for Youth in ColombiaDenise Kohn, International Planned Parenthood Federation ; Rebecca Koladycz, International Planned Parenthood Federation

  16. Awareness of Infertility: Its Role in Treatment SeekingLynn White, University of Nebraska at Lincoln ; Julia McQuillan, University of Nebraska at Lincoln ; David Johnson, Pennsylvania State University ; Arthur Greil, Alfred University

  17. The Effects of SES on Previous History of STDs and Clinical Service Attended in the Republic of GeorgiaBenjamin Nieto-Andrade, University of Texas at Austin

  18. Partner Notification of STIs in Six African CountriesSara Zellner, University of Texas at Austin

  19. Unmet Needs of STDs and HIV/AIDS among Sex Workers in Shanghai: Lessons from a Baseline Survey of an Intervention StudyJunqing Wu, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research ; Xikuan Chen, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research ; Ying Yang, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research ; Hong Yu, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research ; Pengfei Zhao, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research

  20. HIV/AIDS Related Stigma and Discrimination among Health Providers and High Officials: The Need for an Advocacy Strategy to Change AttitudeKhalid Hasan, ORG-MARG Quest

  21. Intentions and Actual Practices of Antenatal and Postpartum Sexual Abstinence in Delhi, India: An Opportunity to Promote Safe Sex PracticesAnurag Mishra, Population Council ; Leila Varkey, Population Council ; Anjana Das, Population Council ; Emma Ottolenghi, Population Council ; Shahina Begum, Population Council

  22. Quality of Life among HIV Positive Women Who Have Recently Given Birth: Impact of Social Support,Coping Style and violence.Emily Das, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Rekha G. Daver M.D., Grant Medical College

  23. Sexual coercion within marriage and the risk of HIVMandar K. Mainkar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Ravi K. Verma, Population Council

  24. HIV/AIDS in Two Provinces in China: Do Men's and Women's Attitudes and Behavior Differ?Karen Hardee, Futures Group International ; Victor Yuan, Horizon Market Research ; Tim Manchester, Futures Group Europe

  25. To Implement a Workplace-Based AIDS Education Program among Floating Unmarried Young Workers Aged 18-30 in East ChinaXiaoming Sun, Nanjing College for Population Program Management (NCPPM)

  26. Women’s Perceptions of an Encroaching HIV/AIDS Epidemic: In-Depth Interviews and Focus Groups with Women from rural SenegalRebecca Perry, Population Reference Bureau

  27. Potential HIV/AIDS Trajectories in IndiaPuja Jawahar, University of Maryland

  28. Long-Term Governmental Costs and Savings of HAART Therapy and Preventative HIV Interventions with Limited Government BudgetsEmiko Masaki, University of California, Berkeley ; Russell A. Green, University of California, Berkeley

  29. The Demographic Impact of AIDS on the Bangkok Population in ThailandOrratai Rhucharoenpornpanich, BMA AIDS Control Division ; Philip Guest, Population Council

  30. Barriers to Condom Use in Urban Cameroon: Results from a Qualitative and Quantitative Study in Yaounde and DoualaRachelle Djangone, Santé Familiale et prévention du SIDA (SFPS) ; Eliwo M. Akoto, Institut De Formation Et De Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  31. Where Do Adolescents Obtain Condoms? The Role of Financial Access and Desired Quality in JamaicaRuth R. Berg, Abt Associates Inc.

  32. Condom Use among Urban Adolescents in Nairobi, Kenya: Findings from a Web-Based SurveyTilda Farhat, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Carolyn Tucker Halpern, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Ellen M.H. Mitchell, Ipas ; Sarah Onyango, Ipas

  33. Urban-Rural Differentials in Adolescent Sexuality and Contraceptive Use: Considerations for Policy and ProgramsZelda C Zablan, University of the Philippines ; Elma Laguna, Demographic Research and Development Foundation

  34. Preparing for Compulsory Unprotected Sex: HIV/AIDS and Sexual and Reproductive Decision Making among Young Adults in ZimbabweRavai Marindo, Population Council ; John Casterline, Population Council

  35. Sexual Risk Behaviors of Adolescents in the Era of HIV/AIDS in BotswanaGobopamang Letamo, University of Botswana

  36. The Influence of Dating Violence on Condom Use within Romantic Relationships among AdolescentsYasamin Kusunoki, University of California, Los Angeles

  37. Gender and Relationship Differences in Condom Use in AngolaNdola Prata, University of California, Berkeley ; Ashley Fraser, University of California, Berkeley

  38. Safe Sex at First Sex? A Study of Adolescent Boys in the Urban Slums of RecifeFatima Juarez, El Colegio de México ; Thomas LeGrand, University of Montreal

  39. Considering Context: The Case of Female Sterilization in BrazilSara J. Brown, University of Missouri at Columbia

  40. Areal Variation in Contraceptive Use in East AfricaSteve Clements, University of Southampton ; Angela Baschieri, University of Southampton ; Monique Hennink, University of Southampton ; Nyovani Madise, University of Southampton

  41. The Difference a Man Makes: How Partner and Relationship Characteristics Affect Contraceptive UseEllen K. Wilson, Research Triangle Institute ; Helen P. Koo, Research Triangle Institute

  42. Husband-Wife Communication about Family Planning and Contraceptive Practice in Nepal: A Comparative Analysis of 1996 and 2001 DHS SurveyDevendra P. Shrestha, Tribhuvan University ; Bhanu B. Niraula, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

  43. Determinants of Unintended Childbearing in a High Fertility Society: A Case Study of NepalRajan Adhikari, Ministry of Health, Nepal

  44. Determinants of Contraceptive Norms in Rural BangladeshM. Nurul Islam, Dhaka University

  45. Reversible or Irreversible: The Choice of Contraceptive Use among Married Women in Rural ChinaHaijiang Wang, Johns Hopkins University

  46. The Missing Determinant: The Importance of “Ease” in Obtaining Fertility Regulation MethodsMartha Campbell, University of California, Berkeley ; Nuriye Hodoglugil, University of California, Berkeley ; Brandon Swansfeger, University of California, Berkeley

  47. Pill Compliance: Do the Users Really Understand about Its Use-Effectiveness?Mehrab A. Khan, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research ; AHM Golam Mustafa, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research ; Manoj K. Barua, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research ; Radheshyam Bairagi, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  48. Adolescent Dual Use of Condoms and Hormonal Contraception: Trends and Correlates 1991-2001John E. Anderson, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ; John S. Santelli, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ; Brenda Colley Gilbert, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

  49. Understanding the Discrepancy between Knowledge and Use of Contraceptives at First Sex: Qualitative Evidence from Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, BrazilAnn M. Moore, University of Texas at Austin

  50. Contraceptive Use in India and its Effect on Fertility Levels – A Trend AnalysisVaidehi Yelamanchili, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  51. Parental Influence on Adolescent Sexual Behavior: A Source of EfficacyRon Bulanda, Bowling Green State University

  52. Home-Leaving and Sexual Initiation among Filipino YouthElma Laguna, Demographic Research and Development Foundation

  53. Initiation of Sexual Intercourse and Its Related Factors among Japanese YouthsRyuzaburo Sato, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan ; Makoto Atoh, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan ; Gianpiero Dalla Zuanna, University of Padua

  54. Association of Risky Sexual Behavior with Alcohol Consumption and Tobacco Use among Youth in Two Developing Countries: Haiti and UgandaAnastasia J. Gage, Tulane University ; Chiho Suzuki, Tulane University

  55. Brazilian Adolescent Sexual Activity and Childbearing: Social Construction of Adolescence, Sexuality and Pregnancy and the Role of Social Support and Social ControlClaudia Gras, International Planned Parenthood Federation

  56. Child Support and the Sexual Activity of Adolescent MalesChien-Chung Huang, Rutgers University ; Wen-Jui Han, Columbia University