Expert participation in 25 years of Wisconsin abortion policymaking. Romell et al., Contraception, 2021.
Prenatal substance use policies and infant maltreatment reports. Maclean et al., Health Affairs, 2022.
Provision of immediate postpartum long-acting reversible contraceptives before and after Wisconsin Medicaid’s payment change. Kramer et al., Women’s Health Issues, 2021.
Reproductive autonomy is nonnegotiable, even in the time of COVID-19. Senderowicz and Higgins, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 2020.
Supply-side versus demand-side unmet need: Implications for family planning programs. Senderowicz and Maloney, Population and Development Review, 2022.
Ideological bias in abortion-related legislation and public hearings in Wisconsin
Gender-affirming hormone therapy in Wisconsin: Opportunity to expand access by enabling family planning providers to bill Medicaid
The new Texas abortion ban and its implications for Wisconsin
The potential impact of pharmacists prescribing hormonal contraceptives in Wisconsin
Roe v. Wade’s fall: Consequences for Wisconsin
The Supreme Court’s June Medical Services Decision: Implications for Wisconsin and the importance of science in shaping abortion healthcare policy
Impact of recent changes to the Title X program in Wisconsin
What would happen if reproductive healthcare providers were unable to participate in the Wisconsin Medicaid program?
Wisconsin Family Planning Only Services Program
Wisconsin reproductive health policy timeline (narrative)
Wisconsin reproductive health policy timeline, 2010-2019 (image)
Wisconsin state laws impacting abortion access
Wisconsin’s “Unborn Child Protection Act” (Act 292): Implementation and consequences