Reproductive Health and Justice
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.
Prevalence and Experiences of Wisconsin Women Turned away from Catholic Settings without Receiving Reproductive Care. Kramer. Higgins. Burns. Freedman. Stulberg. 2021. Contraception 104(4): 377-382.
The Need For Accurate Contraceptive Awareness and Advocacy Among Health Care Providers. Higgins. Cannon. Rice, Turok. 2021. Health Affairs (published online).
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.
Do Sexual Minorities Receive Appropriate Sexual and Reproductive Heath Care and Counseling? Everett, Higgins, Haider, and Carpenter. 2018. Journal of Women’s Health. Online ahead of print.
Provider Bias in Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) Promotion and Removal: Perceptions of Young Adults. Higgins, Kramer, Ryder. 2016. American Journal of Public Health 106(11): 1932-1937.
Realizing Reproductive Equity Needs More than Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC). 2016. Gubrium, Mann, Borrero, Dehlendorf, Fields, Geronimus, Gomez, Harris, Higgins, Kimport, Luker, Luna, Mamo, Roberts, Romero, Sisson. 2015. American Journal of Public Health 106(1): 18-19.
Celebration Meets Caution: Long-Acting Contraception (LARC)’s Boons, Potential Busts, and the Benefits of a Reproductive Justice Approach. Higgins. 2014. Contraception 89(4): 237-241.
- This article was recommended by Dr. Carole Joffee on Faculty of 1000.
- Stories about this article also appeared on the Our Bodies, Ourselves blog and the National Partnership for Women & Families.
Community Understandings of and Responses to Gender Equality and Empowerment in Rakai, Uganda. Mullinax, Higgins, Nakyanjo, et al. 2013. Global Public Health 8(4): 465-478.
Relationships between men´s gender attitudes and fertility: Response to Puur et al.’s “Men’s childbearing desires and views of the male role in Europe at the dawn of the 21st century”. Westoff and Higgins. 2009. Demographic Research 21(3):65-74.
Sexy Feminisms & Sexual Health: Theorizing Heterosex, Pleasure and Constraint in Public Health Research. Higgins. 2007. Atlantis 31(2): 72-81
Sex, Unintended Pregnancy, and Poverty: The Journey from “Choice” to “Reproductive Justice.” Higgins. 2006. In Abortion Under Attack: Women on the Challenges Facing Choice. Krista Jacob, ed. Seattle: Seal Press. 31-42.
The Cultural Constructions of Sexuality: Marital Infidelity and STD/HIV Risk in a Mexican Migrant Community. Hirsch, Higgins, Nathanson et al. 2002. American Journal of Public Health 92(8): 1227-1237.
Heat Wave. Higgins. 2002. In Our Choices, Our Lives: Unapologetic Writings on Abortion. Krista Jacob, ed. Lincoln, Nebraska: Writer’s Advantage Press. 133-134, 140.
Hysterectomy Prevalence by Hispanic Ethnicity: Evidence From a National Survey. Brett and Higgins. 2003. American Journal of Public Health 93(2): 307-313.