Congratulations to Dr. Leigh Senderowicz, mixed methods reproductive health and demography researcher and Director of our CORE Lab group. Dr. Senderowicz has just published a new paper in BMJ Global Health, leading an international team …
CORE Research Brief: Religious Restrictions on Reproductive Care: Wisconsin Patient Perspectives
New Publication: Dr. Renee Kramer and team study experiences of being turned away from Catholic healthcare settings without receiving care
We’re excited to share a new CORE study! Dr. Renee D. Kramer and Dr. Jenny A. Higgins of CORE, along with Dr. Marguerite E. Burns, Lori R. Freedman & Debra B. Stulberg, published a new …
CORE Brief: Effects of Title X and Medicaid eligibility expansions on reproductive outcomes
CORE Brief: Restrictive covenants and abortion access
CORE Brief: Literature Review on Crisis Pregnancy Centers in the United States
Congratulations to Dr. Jill Denson on completing her PhD!
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Jill Denson, who successfully defended her PhD this week at the Zilber School of Public Health at UW-Milwaukee.
Now Hiring: Fall Research Assistantship with Dr. Christine Durrance
Dr. Christine Durrance, CORE Research Hub Co-Advisor and Associate Professor of Public Affairs, is hiring hiring a fall Research Assistant to assist with a variety of projects. Please share this opportunity widely and with friends …
When it comes to contraceptive use, sexual impacts matter: CORE director Jenny Higgins and colleagues publish new study in JAMA Internal Medicine
This week CORE Director Jenny Higgins and colleagues published a new article in JAMA Internal Medicine, titled “Association Between Patients’ Perceptions of the Sexual Acceptability of Contraceptive Methods and Continued Use Over Time.” “Our study shows that people’s sexual experiences of their contraceptive method seem to matter a lot in whether people like their method and use it over time. It’s important that we pay more attention to sexual acceptability in our contraceptive research, clinical care, and education,” Dr. Higgins said.
JAMA Press Release
This week at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Professor and CORE Director Jenny Higgins and colleagues published a new article in JAMA Internal Medicine, a major peer-reviewed journal put out by the American Medical Association. The paper is titled “Association Between Patients’ Perceptions of the Sexual Acceptability of Contraceptive Methods and Continued Use Over Time.”