Poster Session 6:
Reproductive Health, AIDS, Other Topics

Friday, May 10
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  1. Risk Aware, Action Deficient: The Social Context of Sexual Behavior in KenyaPriscilla A. Akwara, University of Southampton

  2. Measuring HIV Risk in a STD Clinic PopulationAlia Al-Tayyib, Research Triangle Institute; Susan Rogers, Research Triangle Institute

  3. Social and Proximate Determinants of Sexual Activity in Rural NigeriaJanine Barden-Ofallon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Alfred Adewuyi, Obafemi Awolowo University

  4. Condom Use and High-Risk Sexual Behavior in KenyaRuth E. Bessinger, Macro International Inc.; Margaret Waithaka, Population Services International (PSI)

  5. The Effect of an HIV-Oriented Mass Media Campaign on Self-Efficacy and Condom Use among Youth in GhanaMarc Boulay, Johns Hopkins University; Ian Tweedie, Johns Hopkins University

  6. The Relationship between Employment and Teen Sexual Behavior: Evidence from the National Education Longitudinal StudyRobert Bozick, Johns Hopkins University

  7. The Effect of Missing Girls on Population Growth in China, 1980-2100Yong Cai, University of Washington; William Lavely, University of Washington

  8. Is Water the Limit? Spatial Distribution of Population and Water Resources in São Paulo State, BrazilRoberto L. Carmo, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

  9. The Social and Cultural Determinants of Exchange of Sex for Money or Gifts among Young Women in Kenya and ZambiaMinki Chatterji, Futures Group International; Phillip Anglewicz, Futures Group International; Dave London, Futures Group International; Nancy Murray, Futures Group International

  10. HIV and Early Marriage: Conceptualizing the Risks and Benefits for Adolescent Girls in Developing CountriesShelley Clark, University of Chicago; Judith Bruce, Population Council

  11. Young Out of School - A Reproductive Health Issue in MexicoMaria Cristina Conceicao, La Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO)

  12. Are Women Beaten for Experiencing Specific Reproductive Problems? Clues from IndiaMadhumita Das, Solar Foundation; Rajib Acharya, Macro International Inc.

  13. Estimating Adult Mortality from High AIDS Settings in Rural Areas of Malawi, 1998-2001Henry V. Doctor, University of Pennsylvania

  14. Using Verbal Autopsies to Distinguish between Causes of Deaths: An Example from a High AIDS Setting in Rural MalawiHenry V. Doctor, University of Pennsylvania; Alexander A. Weinreb, University of Chicago

  15. Reproductive Health Knowledge among Young Adults in Georgia (Sakartvelo)Khatuna E. Doliashvili, University of Texas at Austin

  16. The Timing of First Sexual Intercourse among Hispanic Adolescents: The Importance of Neighborhood ContextMichelle Doty, Commonwealth Fund; Dawn Upchurch, University of California at Los Angeles

  17. Adolescent Premarital Sexual Behavior in Nicaragua: Explaining the Gender DifferencesMaria Elena Figueroa, Johns Hopkins University; Manju Rani, Johns Hopkins University

  18. Individual Strategies and Community Responses to AIDS in Rural MalawiPatrick Gerland, Princeton University

  19. Reproductive Health Status of Uttaranchal, a Newly Formed State of India: A District Level AnalysisDipti Govil, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Chander Shekhar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  20. Reproductive Health Policies for a Youthful WorldMargaret Greene, Population Action International; Kali-Ahset Amen, Population Action International; Zohra Rasekh, Population Action International

  21. Adolescent Reproductive Health in ChinaFiona Greig, University of California at Berkeley; Hu Hongtao, State Family Planning Commission, China

  22. Social Disparity in Reproductive Health Care Utilization in IndiaKamla Gupta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  23. Quality of Couple's Counseling in BRAC's Community-Based HIV/AIDS Awareness ProgramEmily Gurley, Emory University

  24. The Relationship between Adolescent Pregnancy, Pregnancy Resolution, and Juvenile DelinquencyTrina L. Hope, University of Oklahoma; Esther I. Wilder, University of Oklahoma; Toni Terling-Watt, Southwest Texas State University

  25. Increasing Access to Reproductive Health through Social Business. The Role of Marie Stopes South Africa in Delivering Abortion CareLouise A. Hulton, University of Southampton; Liliana Risi, Marie Stopes International (MSI), Ethiopia

  26. Abortion as a Process: Evidence from Bangladesh and IndiaHeidi B. Johnston, IPAS

  27. What Do Bangladeshi Young Garment Workers Know about Reproductive Health?Barkat Khuda, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Quamrun Nahar, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Nafisa Lira Huq, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  28. Persistent Population Loss in the Rural Great Plains of the United StatesMax Lu, Kansas State University

  29. Cost Effectiveness of HIV Prevention versus Treatment Strategies for Resource Scarce Countries: Setting Priorities on AIDSEmiko Masaki, University of California at Berkeley

  30. The Impact of the HIV Epidemic on Adolescents in Developing CountriesAnn P. McCauley, Population Council; Purnima Mane, Population Council; Kerry MacQuarrie, International Center for Research on Women

  31. Awareness of Risk in Itself Does Not Inhibit Risk Behaviors. Italian Young People Facing AIDS and STDs: Knowledge, Attitudes and Sexual BehaviorLetizia Mencarini, University of Florence

  32. The Effects of Sexual Risks and Sociodemographic Characteristics on Partner Risk Awareness among Heterosexual Main PartnersTrent W. Moore, Florida State University; David F. Sly, Florida State University; Dianne H. Montgomery, Florida State University

  33. Patterns of Maternal Health Care Use in Rural Guatemala: The Effects of MigrationElisa Munoz-Franco, Brown University

  34. Sexually Transmitted Infections and Treatment Seeking Behavior: A Study of Female Sex Workers in Kerala, IndiaSaritha Nair, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  35. Human Capital Investment in Children, the Environment, and Work Burdens in MalawiFlora J. Nankhuni, Pennsylvania State University; Jill L. Findeis, Pennsylvania State University

  36. Educational Effects on Attitudes toward Homosexual SexJulianne K. Ohlander, Pennsylvania State University; Jeanne Batalova, University of California at Irvine; Judith Treas, University of California at Irvine

  37. Micro and Macro Reproductive Health Components among the Tribes in IndiaMahendra Panda, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Amarendra Mohapatra, Indian Council of Medical Research

  38. Parents' Involvement in Education and Adolescent Sexual InitiationJennifer Pearson, University of Texas at Austin; Michelle L. Frisco, Iowa State University; Chandra Muller, University of Texas at Austin; Daniel A. Powers, University of Texas at Austin

  39. Evolving Patterns of Choice of Service Providers in Reproductive and Curative Health Care: MoroccoLinda J. Piccinino, Abt Associates Inc.; Marilyn Wilkinson, Abt Associates Inc.; Bill Winfrey, Futures Group International; Majda Bessaih, Commercial Market Strategies

  40. Same-Species Killing: A Quantitative Perspective on Homicide, Terrorism and WarMalcolm Potts, University of California at Berkeley

  41. Delivery of Reproductive Health and Family Planning Services: CBD RevisitedNdola Prata, University of California at Berkeley; Sheila Sathe, University of California at Berkeley

  42. Determinants of Sex-Selective Abortion in Rural ChinaYaqiang Qi, Peking University; Junhong Chu, Peking University

  43. Abortion in China under the Context of a Multistate Reproductive Process ModelXiaochun Qiao, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chirayath Suchindran, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  44. Correlates of Timing of Induced Abortion in Rural BangladeshMamunur Rashid, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  45. The Intergenerational Transmission of Female Genital Cutting (FGC) Attitudes among the Kassena-Nankana of Northern GhanaLetitia L. Reason, University of Washington

  46. New, Safer Methods Used by Illegal Abortion Providers in Urban Burkina FasoClementine Rossier, University of California at Berkeley; Angele Ouangre, University of Ouagadougou; Malcolm Potts, University of California at Berkeley

  47. Gestation to Parturition - Traditional Cultural Beliefs and Practices in India: A Hindrance to Utilization of Maternal Health ServicesKalyan B. Saha, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Uma Saha, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  48. The Effects of Cultural Values and Attitudes on Reproductive Health in Rural VietnamDiana Santillan, JSI Research and Training Institute; Sidney Schuler, JSI Research and Training Institute; Hoang Tu Anh, Consultation of Investment in Health Promotion Company (CIHP); Tran Hung Minh, Consultation of Investment in Health Promotion Company (CIHP); Bui Thi Thanh Mai, Consultation of Investment in Health Promotion Company (CIHP)

  49. Promoting Men's Involvement in a Male-Dominated Society: The Case of JordanJuan F. Schoemaker, Johns Hopkins University

  50. Anaemia among Women in India with Special Reference to Pregnant WomenSajini Shajy, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Shajy K.I., International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  51. Gender Differentials in the Extent of Knowledge about RTI and STI in India: Evidence from RCH-RHSRavendra K. Sharma, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Rajiv Ranjan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  52. Importance of Behavioral Change in Combating HIV/AIDSRicha Sharma, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  53. Are There Enough Condoms in Sub-Saharan Africa? An Analysis of Condom AvailabilityJames Shelton, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); Beverly K. Johnston, Futures Group International

  54. Trends and Differentials in Condom Use during High-Risk Sex in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Comparative Study of Tanzania and ZimbabweJoseph M. Uchudi, Macro International Inc.

  55. STD/HIV Risk Behavioral Surveillance Survey in Bali, Kupang and Ujung Pandang (Eastern Indonesia)Iwu D. Utomo, Australian National University

  56. Expanding Contraceptive Choice in Uttar Pradesh: A Case Study of Emergency ContraceptivesRavi K. Verma, Population Council; M. Guruswamy, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Preeti Chauhan, International Institute For Population Sciences (IIPS)

  57. A Demographic Profile of the Islands under the Compact of Free Association with the United States: Implications for PolicymakersWilliam Wannall, U.S. Census Bureau

  58. Demographic Consequences of Socioeconomic Changes from the Formerly Planned Economic to Market Economic of ChinaZaisheng Zhang, Nankai University