Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 11 2. Karlyn Australia: Organized physician opposition to nonprescription status; H. Lisa received her PhD in cultural anthropology from Princeton University in 2003. This collection of original ethnographic research spans the region from Morocco and Tunisia to Israel and Iran and covers a wide range of technologies, including emergency contraception, medication abortion, gamete donation, hymenoplasty, erectile dysfunction, and gender transformation. It has been constituted as a strong academic and political interlocutor, fueling the debate between the different continents.
Her research on these topics has been published in journal articles and her two co-edited books, Emergency Contraception: The Story of a Global Reproductive Health Technology Palgrave Macmillan, 2012 and Abortion Pills, Test Tube Babies, and Sex Toys: Exploring Reproductive and Sexual Technologies in the Middle East and North Africa Vanderbilt University Press, 2017 , both with co-editor Angel Foster. The not so over-the-counter status of emergency contraception in Ontario: A mixed methods study with pharmacists. Reproductive health technologies are often particularly controversial because of their potential to reconfigure kinship relationships, sexual mores, gender roles, and the way life is conceptualized. Other books have looked at how science impacts gender, sexuality and reproductive issues and how it generally politicizes them. A must read for those interested in policy on women's health and birth control advocacy. In addition, the variations in cost could present a barrier. ? Lisa's research on different disciplines' experiences of ethics review has been supported by Macquarie University, a National Teaching Fellowship from the Australian government's Office of Learning and Teaching, and a Discovery Project grant from the Australian Research Council.
El-Kak Morocco: A personal account of the introduction saga; S. Near the city but hard to reach: Results from a reproductive health needs assessment in peri-urban Yangon. Foster Lebanon: Can introduction be too quiet? It also upsets generalizations about the effects of religious and moral ideas on contraceptive use. We analyzed these data using descriptive statistics and for content and themes. Adolescent Reproductive Health Network, Mae Sot, Thailand. The Journal of Nursing Education 48, 583—587. Harvard Health Policy Review 6, 38—47.
Lisa's dissertation research and first book, Pyramids and Nightclubs, examined nodes of transnational contact that shaped modern Egypt, comparing the history of Western and Arab tourism in Egypt. Misconceptions and ignorance about sexual and reproductive health. It also upsets generalizations about the effects of religious and moral ideas on contraceptive use. You should start right now! El-Kak Morocco: A personal account of the introduction saga; S. Gainer Tunisia: A global leader in reproductive health and rights; A.
Studies in Family Planning 38, 253—267. Anthropology and Humanism 38 2 : 187-200. Establishing a referral system for safe and legal abortion care: A pilot project on the Thailand-Burma border. Lisa's research later turned to ways that mimetic and oppositional encounters with others play out in the realm of sexuality, gender, and medical technologies. In May 2003, Ibis Reproductive Health and the Office of Population Research at Princeton University launched the first Arabic-language website dedicated to emergency contraception. This paper examines patterns of web site use and user profiles over a 19-month period. Karlyn Australia: Organized physician opposition to nonprescription status; H.
You can earn additional points by completing 100% of your profile, creating and participating in discussions, and sharing other members research. Khan The Thailand-Burma border: Addressing needs in long-term conflict settings; C. Educational and legislative initiatives affecting residency training in abortion. Austin: University of Texas Press 2007 and Cairo: American University of Cairo Press 2008. Este artigo indaga se a ausência de uma discussão ampla sobre sexualidade e direitos humanos, constatada no material analisado, seria pautada por um cenário político de acirrado fundamentalismo religioso. We discuss this discomfort or demonization regarding the emergency contraception based on an anthropological research carried on with pharmacists and pharmacy sellers about this subject.
Conflict and Health 9, 6. A must read for those interested in policy on women's health and birth control advocacy. Khan The Thailand-Burma border: Addressing needs in long-term conflict settings; C. The politics of emergency contraception in the Arab world: Reflections on Western assumptions and the potential influence of religious and social factors. LaRoche are with the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ottawa. Snakes, ladders, and information about sexually transmitted infections: Evaluation of a peer educator training on the Thailand-Burma border.
We used χ 2 analysis to assess bivariate associations and t tests and Wilcoxon rank-sum tests to determine differences in means. In 2015 she was honored with a Femmy Award in recognition of her outstanding contributions to women's rights and equality in Canada's National Capital Region. The collection shows not just that social context alters reception of scientific technologies, but also, more provocatively, that local responses to a medical technology shape scientific research. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics 130, E37—E41. Sexual health language in emails to a reproductive health website.
Abortion education in nurse practitioner, physician assistant and certified nurse-midwifery programs: A national survey. Can I get pregnant from oral sex? Diaz Britain: Contradictory messages about sexual responsibility; A. Medication abortion: A guide for health professionals in Arabic. This in itself piqued our interest. Wynn Canada: Competing frames of access and authority; J.