Journal Articles

S M Perera, H Achakzai, M M Giuffrida, M J Kulkarni, D C Nagle, M K Wali, S E Casey (2021). Barriers to seeking post-abortion care in Paktika Province, Afghanistan: a qualitative study of clients and community members. BMC Women's Health 21, 390.

S E Casey, G P Isa, E I Mazambi, M M Giuffrida, M J Kulkarni & S M Perera (2021). Community perceptions of the impact of war on unintended pregnancy and induced abortion in Protection of Civilian sites in Juba, South Sudan, Global Public Health.

S E Casey, M C Gallagher, J Kakesa, A Kalyanpur, J-B Muselemu, R V Rafanoharana, N Spilotros (2020). Contraceptive use among adolescent and young women in North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo: A cross-sectional population-based survey. PLoS Medicine 17 (3): e1003086

S E Casey, M C Gallagher, E F Dumas, J Kakesa, J M Katsongo, J B Muselemu (2019). Meeting the demand of women affected by ongoing crisis: increasing contraceptive prevalence in North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. PLoS ONE 14(7): e0219990. 

V J Steven, J Deitch, E F Dumas, M C Gallagher, J Nzau, A Paluku, S E Casey (2019). “Provide care for everyone please”: engaging community leaders as sexual and reproductive health advocates in North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Reproductive Health 16:98. 

S E Casey, V J Steven, J Deitch, E F Dumas, M C Gallagher, S Martinez, C N Morris, R V Rafanoharana, E Wheeler (2019). “You must first save her life”: Community perceptions towards induced abortion and post abortion care in North and South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters 27:1.

S E Casey, A Cannon, B M Balikubirhi, J B Muyisa, R Amsalu, M Tsolka (2017). Twelve-month contraceptive continuation among women initiating short- and long-acting reversible contraceptives in North Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. PLoS ONE 12:9.

S E Casey and M. Tshipamba (2017). Contraceptive availability leads to increase in use in conflict-affected Democratic Republic of the Congo: evidence from cross-sectional cluster surveys, facility assessments and service statistics. Conflict and Health 11:2.

T McGinn and S E Casey (2016). Why don’t humanitarian organizations provide safe abortion services?  Conflict and Health 10:8.

S E Casey, S K Chynoweth, N Cornier, M C Gallagher, E E Wheeler (2015 ). Progress and gaps in reproductive health services in three humanitarian settings: mixed-methods case studies, Conflict and Health 9(Suppl 1):S3.

S E Casey (2015). Evaluations of reproductive health programs in humanitarian settings: a systematic review, Conflict and Health 9(Suppl 1):S1.

S E Casey , S E McNab , C Tanton , J Odong , A C Testa & L Lee-Jones (2013). Availability of long-acting and permanent family-planning methods leads to increase in use in conflict-affected northern Uganda: Evidence from cross-sectional baseline and endline cluster surveys, Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice 8(3):284-297.

T McGinn, J Austin, K Anfinson, R Amsalu, S E Casey, S Fadulalmula, A Langston, L Lee-Jones, J Meyers, F Mubiru, J Schlecht, M Sharer, M Yetter (2011). Family planning in conflict: results of cross-sectional baseline surveys in three African countries. Conflict and Health 5:11 (13 July 2011).

S E Casey, M C Gallagher, BR Makanda, J L Meyers, M C Vinas, J Austin (2011). Care-seeking behavior by survivors of sexual assault in Maniema, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Am J Public Health, 101: 1054-1055.

S E Casey, K T Mitchell, I M Amisi, M M Haliza, B Aveledi, P Kalenga, J Austin (2009). Use of facility assessment data to improve reproductive health service delivery in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Conflict and Health 3:12.

J Austin, S Guy, L Lee-Jones, T McGinn, J Schlecht (2008). Reproductive health: A right for refugees and internally displaced persons. Reproductive Health Matters, 16(31):10-21.

T McGinn, K Allen (2006). Improving refugees’ reproductive health through literacy in Guinea. Journal of Global Public Health, 1(3):229-248.

S E Casey, M Larsen, T McGinn, M Sartie, M Dauda, P Lahai (2006) Changes in HIV/AIDS/STI Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Among Youth in Port Loko, Sierra Leone.  Global Public Health 1 (3), 249-263.

M Larsen, S E Casey, M Sartie, J Tommy, T Musa, M Saldinger (2004) Changes in HIV/AIDS/STI Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Among Commercial Sex Workers and Military Forces in Port Loko, Sierra Leone. Disasters 28 (3), 239-254.

T McGinn, S Purdin, (2004). Guest Co-Editors, Special issue on reproductive health of conflict-affected populations, Disasters, September, 28(3).

L Bartlett, S Purdin, T McGinn (2004). Forced migrants – turning rights into reproductive health. The Lancet, 363:76-77.

S Purdin, T McGinn, A Miller. Reproductive health among forced migrants – an issue of human rights. The Lancet, Published online January 3, 2004.

T McGinn, S Casey, S Purdin, M Marsh (2004) Reproductive health for conflict-affected people: policies, research and programmes. Humanitarian Practice Network Paper 45 (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2004).

T McGinn, S Purdin, S Krause, R Jones (2001). The effects of forced migration on HIV/AIDS/STI transmission and policy and program responses. UCSF HIV InSite Knowledge Base. November 2001.

T McGinn (2000).  “Reproductive health of war-affected populations: What do we know?” International Family Planning Perspectives, December, 26(4):174-180.

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