Session 55:
Fertility and Family Planning in the United States

Thursday, March 31
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
Salon I
Level 5

Chair: William R. Grady, Battelle- Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation
Discussant: John O.G. Billy, Battelle- Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation

  1. Family Organization, Family Planning Services, Race, and Early Sexual BehaviorSarah R. Brauner, University of Michigan

  2. Contextual Determinants of Race Differences in Condom Use: The Respective Roles of Concentrated Affluence and Family Planning ClinicsLori A. Burrington, Ohio State University; Christopher Browning, Ohio State University

  3. Effects of Infertility Mandates on FertilityLucie Schmidt, Williams College

  4. The Paradox of Declining Infertility Rates in the United StatesElizabeth H. Stephen, Georgetown University; Anjani Chandra, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC

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