Reproductive health care affords women and their partners the ability to choose whether and when to have children and has broad health, social, and economic benefits for women. Join Urban Institute researchers for a webinar summarizing findings from Urban’s mixed-methods research project, Reproductive Health Monitoring and Access, funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. We will present findings from our nationally representative Survey of Family Planning and Women’s Lives, a recent analysis of secondary data sources focused on access to reproductive health care and women’s well-being, and case study findings investigating state policy landscapes and women’s perceived access to care.
Sarah Benatar, Principal Research Associate, Urban Institute
Brigette Courtot, Principal Research Associate, Urban Institute
Emily Johnston, Research Associate, Urban Institute
Stacey McMorrow, Principal Research Associate, Urban Institute
Adele Shartzer, Senior Research Associate, Urban Institute
Support for this event is provided by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
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