Characterizing Physician Concerns with Publicly Supporting Abortion at Wisconsin’s Largest Medical School. Cutler, Swan, Lands, Schmuhl. Higgins. 2023. Perspectives in Sexual and Reproductive Health 1(5).

‘The Biggest Problem With Access’: Provider Reports of the Effects of Wisconsin 2011 Act 217 Medication Abortion Legislation. Valley, Zander, Jacques, Higgins. 2023. Wisconsin Medical Journal.

Physician Beliefs about Contraceptive Methods as Abortifacients. Swan, Cutler, Lands, Schmuhl, Higgins. 2023. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 228(2): 237-239.

Abortion Travel within the United States: An Observational Study of Cross-State Movement to Obtain Abortion Care in the United States in 2017. Smith, Muzyczka, Chakraborty, Johns-Wolfe, Higgins, Bessett, Norris. 2022. The Lancet Regional Health – Americas 10(100214).

Willing but Unable: Physicians’ Referral Knowledge as Barriers to Abortion Care. Anderson, Cowan, Higgins, Schmuhl, Wautlet. 2022. SSM – Population Health 17(101002).

Real-Time Effects of Payer Restrictions on Reproductive Healthcare: A Qualitative Analysis of Cost-Related Barriers and Their Consequences among U.S. Abortion Seekers on Reddit. Higgins, Lands, Valley, Carpenter, Jacques, 2021. International journal of environmental research and public health 18(17): 9013.

“I’m Too Broke to Afford Any of the Procedures”: Reports of Cost-Related Barriers and Their Consequences among Abortion-Seeking Reddit Users. Higgins. Lands. Valley. Carpenter. Jacques. 2021. Contraception 104(4): 455.

Expectations about Availability of Contraception and Abortion at a Hypothetical Catholic Hospital: Rural-Urban Disparities among Wisconsin Women. Kramer. Higgins, Burns, Stulberg. Freedman. 2021. Contraception 104(5): 506-511.

Medication or Surgical Abortion? An Exploratory Study of Patient Decision Making on a Popular Social Media Platform. Jacques, Carpenter, Valley, Alvarez, Higgins. 2021. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 222(3): 344-347.

Physician Attitudes about Abortion and Their Willingness to Consult in Abortion Care at a Midwestern Academic Medical Center. Schmuhl. Rice. Wautlet. Higgins. 2021. Contraception 104(3): 278-283.

The Importance of Physician Concern and Expertise in Increasing Abortion Health Care Access in Local Contexts. Higgins, Schmuhl, Wautlet, and Rice. 2021. American Journal of Public Health 111(1): 33-36.

Reproductive Autonomy is Negotiable, Even in the Time of COVID-19. Higgins, and Senderowicz. 2020. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 52(2): 81-85.

Abortion Restrictions Purporting to Protect Women Ignore the Heavy Toll of Unwanted Pregnancy. Higgins and Herd. 2016. Post on Health Affairs.

The Implications of Unintended Pregnancies for Mental Health in Later Life. 2016. Herd, Higgins, Sicinski, and Merkuieva. 2016. American Journal of Public Health 106(3): 421-429.

Attitudes toward Unprotected Intercourse and Risk of Pregnancy among Women Seeking Abortions. Foster, Higgins, Karasek, et al. 2012. Women’s Health Issues 22(2): e149-e155.