Family Planning-based Partner Abuse Intervention to Reduce Unintended Pregnancy (ICPSR 35861)

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Elizabeth Miller, University of Pittsburgh

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This community-based participatory study tests via a 2-armed cluster a brief intervention to reduce risk for intimate partner violence and associated unintended pregnancy among young, medically underserved women attending family planning clinics. Evaluation of the reproductive coercion /partner violence intervention involves random assignment of 16 family planning clinics (FP) in Northern California to either intervention or control (i.e. standard-of-care) conditions. Female FP clients ages 16-29 (N=3600) are assessed at baseline, 12-20 weeks, and 12 months to assess intervention effects on knowledge and behaviors related to intimate partner violence, reproductive coercion and related harm reduction, as well as unintended pregnancy. Data at each time point are collected via audio computer-assisted self-interview in English or Spanish. Chart extraction tracks clinic utilization, pregnancy testing, and diagnosed pregnancies.

United States Department of Health and Human Services. National Institutes of Health. Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (1R01HD064407)

NICHD funded the PRIMARY DATA COLLECTION of this project.

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Longitudinal

2015-05-01