Study: 22% of surveyed physicians underestimate abortion safety, less likely to refer for abortion care

In a new study published in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, UW Collaborative for Reproductive Equity researchers found that physicians’ beliefs about the safety of abortion are linked to their abortion care behaviors. Specifically, physicians who underestimated the safety of abortion were less likely to have referred patients for abortion care.

Contraceptives’ Effects on Sexual Experiences Play a Huge Role in Satisfaction, Study Finds

Sexual acceptability – how birth control methods affect users’ sexual well-being – is likely an important component of contraceptive satisfaction, but hasn’t been systematically examined until now. Dissatisfaction with a contraceptive method leads many people …