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COREContraception Journal January 2017July 2016March 2016June 2015January 2015December 2014September 2014June 2014April 2014March 2014January 2014October 2013September 2013August 2013July 2013Past Editorials Quick Reference Guide for Clinicians Clinical Fact Sheets Clinical Practice Tools Studies & Surveys Patient Resources Links Reproductive health professionals are in a critical position to reach women victimized by abusive relationships.
We suggest that providers can actually do more than simply offering a woman victim advocacy hotline numbers, based on new research findings.
In the April issue of , we highlighted a phenomenon we labeled reproductive coercion: explicit male behaviors to promote pregnancy (unwanted by the woman).
This effort began with Planned Parenthood Shasta/Diablo (partner in this recent study) and has continued with affiliates in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.