Studies in Family Planning

(The TQCC of Studies in Family Planning is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Contraceptive Autonomy: Conceptions and Measurement of a Novel Family Planning Indicator79
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys: Delivering Robust Data on Children and Women across the Globe69
Family Planning During and After the West African Ebola Crisis52
Persistence and Change in Marriage Practices among Syrian Refugees in Jordan14
Reproductive Coercion among Intimate Partner Violence Survivors in Nairobi12
Premarital Pregnancy in China: Cohort Trends and Educational Gradients12
Does the Belief That Contraceptive Use Causes Infertility Actually Affect Use? Findings from a Social Network Study in Kenya12
Incorporating Method Dissatisfaction into Unmet Need for Contraception: Implications for Measurement and Impact12
If the Big Fish are Doing It Then Why Not Me Down Here ?”: Informal Fee Payments and Reproductive Health Care Provider Motivation in Kenya10
Family Planning Beliefs and Their Association with Contraceptive Use Dynamics: Results from a Longitudinal Study in Uganda9
Did COVID‐19 Impact Contraceptive Uptake? Evidence from Senegal8
Reconceptualizing Measurement of Emergency Contraceptive Use: Comparison of Approaches to Estimate the Use of Emergency Contraception8
Women's Perspectives on Postpartum Intrauterine Devices in Tanzania8
Using Evidence to Drive Impact: Developing the FP Goals Impact Matrix8
A Call for Better Integrated Policies to Accelerate the Fertility Decline in Sub‐Saharan Africa8
Family Formation Goals Among Sexual and Gender Minority Individuals in Urban India7
“We Don't Fear HIV. We Just Fear Walking around Pregnant.”: A Qualitative Analysis of Adolescent Sexuality and Pregnancy Stigma in Informal Settlements in Kisumu, Kenya7
Preparing for an Increased Need for Abortion Access in India during and after COVID‐19: Challenges and Strategies7
Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting in Mali and Mauritania: Understanding Trends and Evaluating Policies7
Is Client Reporting on Contraceptive Use Always Accurate? Measuring Consistency and Change with a Multicountry Study6
Measuring Family Planning Provider Bias: A Discrete Choice Experiment among Burkinabé, Pakistani, and Tanzanian Providers6
Community Influences on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: A Comparison of Four Francophone West African Countries6
Elevating Social and Behavior Change as an Essential Component of Family Planning Programs6
Prevalence and Correlates of Perceived Infertility in Ghana5
The Psychological Benefits of Marriage and Children in Rural Malawi5
What Explains the Decline in Neonatal Mortality in India in the Last Three Decades? Evidence from Three Rounds of NFHS Surveys5
Online Abortion Drug Sales in Indonesia: A Quality of Care Assessment5
Impact of the Trump Administration's Expanded Global Gag Rule Policy on Family Planning Service Provision in Ethiopia5
Not All Women Who Experience Side Effects Discontinue Their Contraceptive Method: Insights from a Longitudinal Study in India5
Safety, Quality, and Acceptability of Contraceptive Implant Provision by Community Health Extension Workers versus Nurses and Midwives in Two States in Nigeria5
An Assessment of Third‐Party Reporting of Close Ties to Measure Sensitive Behaviors: The Confidante Method to Measure Abortion Incidence in Ethiopia and Uganda5
Misconceptions, Misinformation, and Misperceptions: A Case for Removing the “Mis‐” When Discussing Contraceptive Beliefs4
Free Access to a Broad Contraceptive Method Mix and Women's Contraceptive Choice: Evidence from Sub‐Saharan Africa4
Treading the Thin Line: Pharmacy Workers’ Perspectives on Medication Abortion Provision in Lusaka, Zambia4
Measuring Contraceptive Autonomy at Two Sites in Burkina Faso: A First Attempt to Measure a Novel Family Planning Indicator4
Pathways to Modern Family Planning: A Longitudinal Study on Social Influence among Men and Women in Benin4
Contraceptive Conversations among Adolescent Girls and Young Women and Their Partners, Peers, and Older Female Family Members in Lilongwe, Malawi: A Qualitative Analysis4
A “Plus” Model for Safe Transitions to Adulthood: Impacts of an Integrated Intervention Layered onto A National Social Protection Program on Sexual Behavior and Health Seeking among Tanzania's Youth3
Contraceptive Continuation and Experiences Obtaining Implant and IUD Removal Among Women Randomized to Use Injectable Contraception, Levonorgestrel Implant, and Copper IUD in South Africa and Zambia3
Assessing the Reliability of the Retrospective Reproductive Calendar: Evidence from Urban Kenya3
Exploring the Demand‐Side Factors Associated with the Use of Implants in Kenya3
Sexual and Reproductive Health Literacy, Misoprostol Knowledge and Use of Medication Abortion in Lagos State, Nigeria: A Mixed Methods Study3
Women's Education, Spousal Agreement on Future Fertility Intentions, and Contraceptive Use in Pakistan3
Measurement of Unmet Need for Contraception: A Counterfactual Approach3
Birth Collapse and a Large‐Scale Access Intervention with Subdermal Contraceptive Implants3
Task Sharing of Injectable Contraception Services in Pakistan: A Randomized Controlled Trial3
The Validity of Women's Reports of Family Planning Service Quality in Cambodia and Kenya3
Factors Influencing the Sex Ratio at Birth in India: A New Analysis based on Births Occurring between 2005 and 20163
The Impact of Mass Media‐Delivered Family Planning Campaigns in Low‐ and Middle‐Income Countries: A Meta‐Analysis of Advertising and Entertainment‐Education Format Effects3
Child Marriage in Mainland China3
Contraceptive Method Skew in India 1992–2016: Analysis Using a New Method Skew Index3