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Leigh Senderowicz, University of Wisconsin

The effect of a postpartum IUD intervention on counseling quality and contraceptive method choice in Tanzania: Results from a cluster-randomized trial
When Apr 18, 2022
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Online via Zoom
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Contact Phone 301-405-6403
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About the Presentation

Global family planning programs are often designed to expand access to new contraceptive methods, with success defined and evaluated by increased method uptake. However, evaluation of patient-centered and unintended outcomes is critical to measure programs’ impact on reproductive choice and autonomy. Here, we evaluate the effects of a Tanzanian postpartum IUD intervention on counseling quality, access to a broad contraceptive method mix, and other key outcomes related to method choice.

About the Speaker

Leigh Senderowicz

Dr. Leigh Senderowicz is a public health researcher and social demographer focusing on global sexual and reproductive health and justice. Her mixed methods research focuses on reproductive autonomy, exploring the ways that new approaches to measurement and evaluation can promote person-centered care, health equity, and reproductive freedom.  Dr. Senderowicz earned her doctorate in Global Health and Population from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and is currently an NICHD Health Disparities Research Scholar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Note:  Zoom Registration Link  Upon registration you will receive an automatically generated email with the direct link for the seminar. 

COVID-19 Information

MPRC public events for Spring 2022 will be a mix of in person and online via Zoom.  For in person events, all event attendees must follow current protocols

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