New resources and articles from Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM)

17 August, 2022

Dear Colleagues

Here is an update from Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM). Please share with your networks if relevant.

SRHM Podcast: What just happened?: Abortion in the U.S. after Roe

In this episode, Mindy Jane Roseman, Elizabeth Nash (Guttmacher Institute) and Rachel Rebouché (Temple University Law School) discuss the implications of the recent overturn of Roe v. Wade in the US.

A guide to rights-based knowledge creation in sexual and reproductive health

Our introductory guide to rights-based knowledge creation in SRHR, written by B. Subha Sri. It is meant to provide an introduction for researchers, practitioners and activists on how to use a human rights-based approach to knowledge creation in the area of sexual and reproductive health.

Abortion safety: no longer coat hangers and backstreets but pills, hotlines and collectives

In this recent blog, Dr Rishita Nandagiri argues that while feminist movements respond to attacks on abortion and reproductive justice, we need to re-think how safety and risk are framed, where risk burdens lie, and who bears the brunt of it.

New articles:

Reproductive power matters: aligning actions with values in global family planning

Safe abortion within the Venezuelan complex humanitarian emergency: understanding context as key to identifying the potential for digital self-care tools in expanding access

Self-administration of gender-affirming hormones: a systematic review of effectiveness, cost, and values and preferences of end-users and health workers

Intermittent Needs for Family Planning among Women with an Internal Migrant Husband in Bangladesh: A Qualitative Study

Reproductive empowerment and contraceptive self-care: a systematic review

“No signs of rape”: corroboration, resistance and the science of disbelief in the medico-legal jurisprudence of Bangladesh*

Impacts of COVID-19 on contraceptive and abortion services in low- and middle-income countries: a scoping review

The experience of obstetric nursing students in an innovative maternal care programme in Chiapas, Mexico: a qualitative study

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