Thursday, April 11 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM   •   Napoleon Exposition Hall

Poster Session 1

  1. Using Discrete-Time Event History Fertility Models to Simulate Total Fertility Rates and Other Fertility MeasuresJennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University ; Claire Altman, Pennsylvania State University

  2. Sexual Initiation, Marriage and First Birth in Central America: Trends in Timing and ContextEmily Vala-Haynes, University of Pennsylvania ; Claudia Valeggia, University of Pennsylvania

  3. Fertility in Israel: Stall or Transition?Anaïs Simard-Gendron, Université de Montréal

  4. Comparative Study of Type of Modern Contraceptive Use beyond Completing Ideal Family Size in Northern IndiaKushagra Gupta, Banaras Hindu University ; K.K. Singh, Banaras Hindu University ; Brijesh P. Singh, Banaras Hindu University

  5. Fertility Transition in Odisha, IndiaHarihar Sahoo, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  6. Stopping Too Late: Education Differentials in Unmet Need in IndiaSowmya Rajan, Duke University

  7. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Two Behavior Change Communication Interventions for Safe Abortion Services in Bihar and Jharkhand, IndiaErin Pearson, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health ; Sushanta Banerjee, Ipas ; Kathryn Andersen, Ipas ; Janardan Warvadekar, Ipas

  8. Assessing Couples' Unmet Need for Family Planning in Three West African CountriesErin Pearson, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  9. Determinants of Abortions in Rural GhanaGeorge Adjei, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Yeetey A. Enuameh, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Abubakari Sulemana, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Charles Zandoh, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Stephaney Gyaase, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC)

  10. Contraceptive Method Choices of Non-Pregnant Women Who Want to Space or Stop Childbearing in Two Rural Districts in Middle GhanaErnest Nettey, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Abubakari Sulemana, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Emmanuel Mahama, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; George Adjei, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Seth Owusu-Agyei, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC)

  11. Pregnancy Termination in Matlab, Bangladesh: Knowledge, Attitudes and Decision-Making ProcessesAbdur Razzaque, ICDDR,B ; Julie DaVanzo, RAND Corporation ; Mizanur Rahman, MEASURE Evaluation ; Shahabuddin Ahmed, ICDDR,B

  12. Contraceptive Discontinuation and Abortion: How Strong Is the Motivation to Avoid an Unwanted Pregnancy?Kanwal Eshai, Population Council ; Syeda Saman Naz, Population Council

  13. How Much Can Improvement in Contraceptive Continuation Rates Raise Prevalence in Pakistan?Syeda Saman Naz, Population Council ; Arshad Mahmood, Population Council

  14. Availability and Use of Abortion ServicesLiza Fuentes, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)

  15. Systematic Error in Measures of Induced Abortion Related Post-Abortion Care in Zanzibar, Tanzania: A Multiple Bias AnalysisCaitlin Gerdts, University of California, San Francisco ; Alison Norris, Ohio State University

  16. Effect of Quality of Spousal Relationship on Abortion Procurement in Peri-Urban NigeriaAbimbola S. Phillips, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex (OAUTHC) ; Akanni I. Akinyemi, Obafemi Awolowo University and University of the Witwatersrand ; Bamidele Bello, Obafemi Awolowo University ; Adesegun O. Fatusi, Obafemi Awolowo University

  17. Addressing Unmet Need for Spacing and Its Implications on Fertility: Need for Family Planning in IndiaPriyanka Yadav, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  18. Interactive Workshops to Promote Gender Equity and Family Planning in Rural Guatemalan Communities: Results of a Field TestSidney Ruth Schuler, FHI 360 ; Geeta Nanda, FHI 360 ; Luis Fernando Ramirez Rodriguez, APAES ; Mario Chen, FHI 360

  19. Knowledge and Perceptions of IUDs among Public and Private Sector Providers in NepalNirali M. Chakraborty, Population Services International (PSI) ; Mahesh Paudel, Population Services International (PSI) ; Sriju Sharma, Population Services International (PSI) ; Katia Peterson, Population Services International (PSI)

  20. Protecting Women and Children in Rwanda through Increased Access to Family Planning: Getting Products to PeopleDana Aronovich, John Snow, Inc. ; Fidele Ngabo, Ministry of Health, Rwanda ; Agnes Binagwaho, Ministry of Health, Rwanda ; Andrew Inglis, John Snow, Inc. ; Emma Stewart, John Snow, Inc. ; Suzy Sacher, USAID DELIVER Project ; Ariella Bock, John Snow, Inc.

  21. Unmet Need for Contraception among Men in Zambia: Implications for Family Planning ProgramsEunice N.S. Imasiku, University of Zambia

  22. Predictors of Postpartum Contraceptive Use in NigeriaAmbrose Akinlo, Obafemi Awolowo University ; Olapeju Esimai, Obafemi Awolowo University ; Luqman Bisiriyu, Obafemi Awolowo University

  23. Couples’ Concordance on Reproductive Intentions as a Predictor of Contraceptive Use: Findings from a Study of a Peri-Urban Community of Ipetumodu, Southwest NigeriaOlasupo P. Ogunjuyigbe, Obafemi Awolowo University ; Ambrose Akinlo, Obafemi Awolowo University ; Babalola Adeyemi, Obafemi Awolowo University ; Ernest Orji, Obafemi Awolowo University

  24. Enabling Adolescent to Access Family Planning Services: Perspectives from Rural Communities in Central GhanaYeetey A. Enuameh, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Ernest Nettey, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Charlotte Tawiah, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Samuel Afari-Asiedu, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Emmanuel Mahama, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Seth Owusu-Agyei, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC)

  25. Explaining Inequity in the Use of Family Planning Services in Sub-Saharan AfricaDavid Hotchkiss, Tulane University ; Mai Do, Tulane University

  26. Effects of Family Planning Program Factors on Current and Future Contraceptive Use in PakistanSajjad A. K. Niazi, Government of Punjab and GRIPS, Japan

  27. Women’s Decision Making Power Is Associated with Withdrawal Use: Evidence from a Community Study in Greater Beirut, LebanonMarwan Khawaja, UN-ESCWA

  28. Women’s Social Networks, Communication and Contraceptive Use in Rural NicaraguaAnisha Gandhi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Manali Nekkanti, San Francisco AIDS Foundation

  29. Pattern of Unmet Need of Family Planning (Contraception) in Uttar Pradesh, IndiaRabiul Ansary, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  30. Determinants of Contraceptive Choices in MalawiMartin Enoch Palamuleni, North-West University, South Africa

  31. Socio-Demographic Factors Associated with Contraceptive Use among Young Women in Comparison with Older Women in UgandaJohn A. Mushomi, Makerere University ; Patricia Ndugga, Makerere University ; John Asiimwe, Makerere University ; James Ntozi, Makerere University

  32. Fertility Intention and Contraceptive Use among Males in NigeriaTemitope O. Adeyoju, University of the Witwatersrand ; Latifat D. G. Ibisomi, University of the Witwatersrand

  33. Levels and Predictors of Condom Use in Extramarital Sex among Women in Four Sub-Saharan African CountriesOnipede Wusu, Lagos State University

  34. Arising of Man-Made Twins and the One-Child PolicyWei Huang, Harvard University

  35. Impact of the Loss of a Child on Fertility and Contraception among Married Women in BangladeshMohammad Amirul Islam, Bangladesh Agricultural University

  36. Religion and Gender Bias: An Examination of Hindu-Muslim Differences in Son Preference in IndiaAbhijit Visaria, University of Pennsylvania

  37. Fertility and Family Formation Expectations of Former Street Children in KenyaDanielle Rhubart, Pennsylvania State University

  38. Understanding Men’s Fertility Preferences and Intentions: The Effects of Race, Class and SexualityDanielle Wondra, University of California, Los Angeles

  39. Attitudes toward Motherhood, Fertility Desires and Birth Intentions by Disability Status among U.S. Women, 2006-2010Carrie L. Shandra, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY) ; Dennis Hogan, Brown University

  40. The Impact of Subjective Norms: The Theory of Reasoned Action Together with the Social Ties Structure Predict the Intention to Select Fetal Sex in Rural ChinaYang Xueyan, Xi'an Jiaotong University ; Einstein Gillian, University of Toronto

  41. Plans and Worries: The Economic Context of Fertility Intentions among Young AdultsClaudia Geist, University of Utah ; Sarah R. Brauner-Otto, Mississippi State University ; Kelin Li, University of Utah

  42. Fertility Intentions among People Living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) in the ART Era: Mixed Methods Evidence from Nairobi SlumsEliud Wekesa, Population Council ; Ernestina E. Coast, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  43. Family Size Preferences of Adolescents across Contemporary Family Forms: How Does Parental Dissolution Affect Adolescents’ Fertility Preferences?Graziela Dekeyser, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven ; Gray Swicegood, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

  44. Impact of Social and Political Instability on Fertility Intentions, Attitudes and Behavior (Empirical Evidence of Demographic Dynamics in the USSR/Russia)Yuri Frantsuz, University of Minnesota

  45. The Theory of Planned Behavior and the Realization of Fertility IntentionsLars Dommermuth, Statistics Norway ; Jane E. Klobas, Università Bocconi and University of Western Australia

  46. Attitudes, Beliefs, Family Ideals and First Births in GermanySandra Krapf, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  47. Indicators of Educational Advantage and Pregnancy IntentionAkilah Wise, University of Michigan

  48. From Indianapolis to the World: Fertility Surveys in the Twentieth CenturyEmily Merchant, University of Michigan

  49. Life History Theory Predicts Age of First Reproduction with Economic and Longevity FactorsJames Anderson, University of Washington

  50. Was Fertility Decline in Korea Driven by Educational Expansion? A Cohort AnalysisSam Hyun Yoo, Arizona State University

  51. Differential Fertility by Level of Education in DHS CountriesSamir K.C., Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Michaela Potancokova, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  52. Relationship Status at First Birth for Women Age 15-50 in the United StatesLindsay M. Monte, U.S. Census Bureau ; Renee Ellis, U.S. Census Bureau

  53. The Second Demographic Transition in Singapore: Policy Interventions and Ethnic DifferentialsKeita Suga, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  54. Fertility and Urban Context: A Case Study from West Africa Using Remotely Sensed Imagery and GISMagdalena Benza Fiocco, San Diego State University

  55. Assessing the Role of Private Providers in Nigeria’s Health SystemDouglas Johnson, Abt Associates ; Ben Woodman, Abt Associates ; Modupe Toriola, Abt Associates ; Cynthia Kinnan, Northwestern University ; Sikuru Baruwa, Abt Associates

  56. Configurations of Sibship in Low-Fertility Settings: A Microsimulation ApproachColin Odden, Ohio State University

  57. Measuring and Interpreting Men’s Use of Contraception in the Context of Multiple Formal and Informal Partnerships: The Case of Nigeria and SenegalIlene S. Speizer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Shane Khan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  58. Sex, HIV and the Internet: What the Online Profiles of MSM Tell Us about Norms and Expectations Surrounding Sex and HIVLawrence S. Young, Emory University

  59. Population Growth within Regional Pattern of Population Change and Male Clients of Sex Workers in U.S. Metropolitan AreasMaria A. Villarroel, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  60. Male Involvement in Women's Reproductive Health in Kenya: A Key Approach to Improving Uptake of Sexual and Reproductive Services by WomenJackline Kivunaga, Population Council ; Timothy Abuya, Population Council ; Teresah Bange, Population Council ; Richard Mutemwa, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) ; James Kimani, Population Council ; Charlotte Warren, Population Council

  61. Mode Effect and Couple Concurrence in the Reporting of Current Family Planning Method in Southern HondurasLaura Hinson, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health ; Robyn Dayton, FHI 360 ; Kristin Mmari, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  62. “Daddy, Today We Have a Match!” Women’s Agentic Strategies in Initiating Sexual Intercourse in an Urban Ghanaian CommunityDaniel Yaw Fiaveh, University of Ghana

  63. Family Planning Service Providers Perceptions about Determinants of Different Contraceptive Methods Use amongst Youth: An Exploratory Study in Karachi PakistanNoureen Nishtar ; Neelofar Sami, Aga Khan University ; Aziz Nishtar, Nishtar & Zafar Law Firm ; Nousheen Pardhan, Aga Khan University ; Farid-UL Hasnain, Aga Khan University

  64. Does Traditional Culture Determine Young Men’s Sexual Behaviour and Attitude? An Empirical Study among Primitive Tribal Groups of IndiaPurujit Praharaj, Technical Support Group-NACO ; Soumya Mohanty, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  65. Reasons for Low Use of Modern Spacing Methods in a High Fertility State "Bihar" in Northern India and Its PotentialsVishal D. Shastri, BBC Media Action

  66. Family Planning Needs during the Extended Postpartum Period in a High Fertility State "Bihar" in Northern IndiaVishal D. Shastri, BBC Media Action

  67. House Prices and Fertility in England and WalesElizabeth Washbrook, University of Bristol

  68. The Effect of Education on Teen Fertility: Evidence from the Abolition of School Fees in EthiopiaElina Pradhan, Harvard University

  69. Social Marketing Sales and Trends in Condom Use in LesothoSarah Pallin, Tulane University

  70. Pregnancy Rate and Demographic Characteristics of Unmarried Pregnant Women Aged 15-24 in China, 2009Rongrong Yang, Beijing Normal University ; Donghua Tian, Beijing Normal University ; Sanjun Chen, Peking University ; Zhiyong Qu, Beijing Normal University

  71. Contraceptive Adoption after Unwanted Birth in India: A Calendar AnalysisLaxmi Kant Dwivedi, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) ; Priyanka Dixit, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  72. Estimation of Unintended Fertility: Its Causes and Determinants in Odisha, IndiaRanjana Kar, Government of Orissa ; Gopal Krishna Panda, Utkal University ; Arvind Pandey, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics (ICMR), India

  73. Contraceptive Use and Unmet Need for Family Planning among Tribal Women in India and Selected Hilly StatesRanjan Kumar Prusty, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  74. Predictors of Marital Dissolution in a South Asian SettingElyse Jennings, University of Michigan

  75. Living Arrangements of Cohabiting Couples and Single Mothers in Latin AmericaRon J. Lesthaeghe, University of Michigan and University of California, Irvine ; Joan Garcia Roman, Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics (CED)

  76. Coming Out in the 2010 Census: Same-Sex Couples in Brazil and UruguayAna Goldani, Princeton University ; Albert Esteve, Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics (CED)

  77. Investigating the Proximal Determinants of Self-Rated Health in Three African Peri-Urban CommunitiesFunmilola OlaOlorun, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health ; Assefa Seme, Addis Ababa University ; Frederick Makumbi, Makerere University ; Denis Yar, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

  78. Ecuadoran Amazon Indigenous Fertility Dynamics Revisited: Why Sizable Contraceptive Uptake Has Not Dampened High FertilityJason Davis, Carolina Population Center ; Richard Bilsborrow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  79. A Mortality Model with Delayed Deaths and CureTrifon I. Missov, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research ; Maxim Finkelstein, University of the Free State

  80. Ultimate Fertility Levels: A Modified Projection Method for Low Fertility CountriesLeontine Alkema, National University of Singapore ; Patrick Gerland, United Nations Population Division

  81. The Impact of Son Preference on Fertility Behavior in the Occupied Palestinian TerritoryWeeam S. Hammoudeh, Brown University

  82. Differentials in the Proximate Determinants of Fertility in GhanaEdmund Essah Ameyaw, University of Ghana ; Delali M. Badasu, University of Ghana