Angel M. Foster

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Angel M. Foster
Professeure

2001, DPhil Études moyen-orientales Université d’Oxford
2006, M.D, Harvard Medical School
1996, A.M, Études des politiques internationales, Université de Stanford
1996, B.AS, Relations internationales et biologie, Université de Stanford

Pièce : 1 rue Stewart, 312B (Édifice IPH)
Bureau : (613) 562-5800 poste 2316
Courriel professionnel : angel.foster@uOttawa.ca

Biographie

  • 2011-2016 Titulaire de la Chaire de recherche Écho en santé des femmes
    Institut de recherche sur la santé des populations
    Université d'Ottawa

La docteure Angel Foster est titulaire de la Chaire de recherche Écho en santé des femmes à l'Université d'Ottawa et professeure à la Faculté des sciences de la santé. Lauréate en 1996 d'une bourse Rhodes, elle a obtenu un doctorat en philosophie (D.Phil) en études moyen-orientales de l'Université d'Oxford. Ancrée dans l'anthropologie médicale et la santé publique, sa recherche doctorale et postdoctorale a porté sur les soins de santé complets pour les femmes en Tunisie, et a comporté plus de deux ans de travail sur le terrain. Par ailleurs, Dre Foster est titulaire d'un doctorat en médecine (M.D) du Harvard Medical School ainsi que d'une maitrise (A.M) en études des politiques internationales et d'un baccalauréat (B.AS) en relations internationales et biologie, tous deux de l'Université de Stanford.

La Dre Foster a mené des recherches de type méthodes mixtes sur la santé des femmes au Bangladesh, en Égypte, en Jordanie, au Maroc, en Myanmar, en Palestine, en Thaïlande, en Tunisie et aux États-Unis. Avant d'arriver à l'Université d'Ottawa, elle était une associée principale chez Ibis Reproductive Health, où elle dirigeait un programme de travail axé sur les questions de santé reproductive au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord, et aux endroits de conflits. Pendant près de neuf ans à Ibis, elle a effectué de la recherche en sciences sociales et en politiques de santé, notamment sur la santé reproductive, la contraception d'urgence et l'avortement, les pratiques et comportements sexuels des jeunes femmes, ainsi que l'éducation des professionnels de la santé et l'élaboration de documents en arabe sur l'éducation sanitaire tant pour les patients que pour les fournisseurs de services de santé. Elle continue de dirigée des projets avec Ibis comme une chercheuse affilié. Elle est également une directrice et co-fondatrice de Cambridge Reproductive Health Consultants, une organisation de recherche à but non-lucratif dédié à la santé reproductive, les droits, et la justice. La Dre Foster, qui parle le français et l'arabe, a autorisé plus de cinquante publications sur la santé reproductive. Son livre coédité publié en 2012, Emergency contraception: The story of a global reproductive health technology, par Palgrave MacMillan. Son deuxième livre coédité, Abortion pills, test tube babies, and sex toys: Emerging sexual and reproductive health technologies in the Middle East and North Africa est présentement dans la presse.

La Dre Foster est la présidente de la section de la population, la reproduction et la santé sexuelle (PRSH) de l'Association américaine publique de santé. En 2004, Choice USA l'a classée parmi les « Top 30 Under 30 Activists for Reproductive Freedom », et en 2009 elle a reçu le prix Outstanding Young Professional de la section Population, Sexual and Reproductive Health de l'American Public Health Association. En 2015, elle a été honorée avec un prix Femmy en reconnaissance de ces contributions exceptionnelles pour les droits de la femme et de l'égalité dans la région de la capitale nationale du Canada.


Intérêts de recherche

  • L'élargissement à l'accès à la contraception d'urgence
  • Augmenter l'accès aux services à l'avortement plus sécuritaire, de bonne qualité et abordable
  • Améliorer la formation des professionnels de la santé
  • Déterminer et aborder les besoins des populations vulnérables en matière de santé reproductive

Publications d'intérêt

Livres

  • Wynn, L.L., Foster, A.M. (Eds.) Sex in the Middle East and North Africa. Vanderbilt University Press, Nashville, TN. (Forthcoming).
  • Foster, A.M., Wynn, L.L. (Eds.). Abortion, politics, and the pill that promised to change everything: The global journey of mifepristone. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY. (Forthcoming).
  • Wynn, L.L., Foster, A.M. (Eds.), 2017. Abortion pills, test tube babies, and sex toys: Emerging sexual and reproductive technologies in the Middle East and North Africa. Vanderbilt University Press, Nashville, TN.
  • Foster, A.M., Wynn, L.L. (Eds.), 2012. Emergency contraception: The story of a global reproductive health technology. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY.

Articles de journal révisé par les pairs: Contraception d'urgence

  • Doci, F.*, Foster, A.M., 2019. The ultimate gatekeepers: Exploring pharmacists’ contraceptive service delivery practices in Albania. Contraception (EPub ahead of print).
  • El-Mowafi, I.M.*, Foster, A.M., 2019. Assessing the availability of emergency contraception in Jordan: A national study with retail pharmacists. Contraception (EPub ahead of print).
  • Nara, R.*, Banura, A., Foster, A.M., 2019. Assessing the availability and accessibility of emergency contraception in Uganda: A multi-methods study with Congolese refugees. Contraception (Epub ahead of print).
  • Doci, F.*, Foster, A.M., 2018. Emergency contraception in Albania: A multi-methods qualitative study of awareness, knowledge, attitudes, and practices. Contraception 98, 110–114.
  • Wynn, L.L., Foster, A.M., 2018. Muftis in the matrix: Comparing English- and Arabic-language Cyberfatwas about emergency contraception. Journal of Middle Eastern Women’s Studies 14:3, 314–332.
  • Chaumont, A.*, Foster, A.M., 2017. Introducing a “same day referral” program for post-coital IUD insertion in Ontario: A mixed-methods study with pharmacists. University of Ottawa Journal of Medicine 1, 1–7.
  • Chaumont, A.*, Foster, A.M., 2017. The not so over-the-counter status of emergency contraception in Ontario: A mixed methods study with pharmacists. FACETS 2, 429–439.
  • Cleland, K., Bass, J., Doci, F.*, Foster, A.M., 2016. Access to emergency contraception in the over-the-counter era. Women’s Health Issues 26, 622–627.
  • Gure, F.*, Dahir, M.K., Yusuf, M., Foster, A.M., 2016. Emergency contraception in post-conflict Somalia: An assessment of awareness and perceptions of need. Studies in Family Planning 47, 69–81.
  • Tavares, M.P.*, Foster, A.M., 2016. Emergency contraception in a public health emergency: Exploring pharmacy availability in Brazil. Contraception 94, 109–114.
  • Hobstetter, M.*, Sietstra, C., Walsh, M., Leigh, J., Foster, A.M., 2015. “In rape cases we can use this pill”: a multimethods assessment of emergency contraception knowledge, access, and needs on the Thailand-Burma border. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics 130, E37–E41.
  • Harrison, T., Foster, A.M., Martin, S.B., de la Torre, C., McClorin, L., Blanchard, K., Dennis, A., 2010. Assessing sexual assault survivors’ access to emergency contraception: Results from a mixed methods study in South Carolina. Women’s Health Issues 20, 248–253.
  • Wynn, L.L., Foster, A.M., Trussell, J., 2010. Would you say you had unprotected sex if...? Sexual health language in emails to a reproductive health website. Culture, Health & Sexuality 12, 499–514.
  • Wynn, L.L., Foster, A.M., Trussell, J., 2009. Can I get pregnant from oral sex? Sexual health misconceptions in e-mails to a reproductive health website. Contraception 79, 91–97.
  • Wynn, L.L., Erdman, J.N., Foster, A.M., Trussell, J., 2007. Harm reduction or women’s rights? Debating access to emergency contraceptive pills in Canada and the United States. Studies in Family Planning 38, 253–267.
  • Foster, A.M., Wynn, L., Rouhana, A.*, Polis, C., Trussell, J., 2006. Disseminating on-line reproductive health information in Arabic: Results from a survey of users of an emergency contraception website. CyberOrient: Online journal of the virtual Middle East 1.
  • Foster, A.M., Wynn, L., Rouhana, A.*, Polis, C., Trussell, J., 2005. Reproductive health, the Arab world and the internet: Usage patterns of an Arabic-language emergency contraception web site. Contraception 72, 130–137.
  • Wynn, L.L., Foster, A.M., Rouhana, A.*, Trussell, J., 2005. The politics of emergency contraception in the Arab world: Reflections on Western assumptions and the potential influence of religious and social factors. Harvard Health Policy Review 6, 38–47.

Articles de journal révisé par les pairs: Avortement

  • Mark, A., Foster, A.M., Grossman, D., Prager, S.W., Reeves, M., Villarreal Velasquez, C., Winikoff, B. Foregoing Rh testing and anti-D immunoglobulin for women presenting for early abortion: A recommendation from the National Abortion Federation’s Clinical Policies Committee. 2019. Contraception, 99(5), 265-266.
  • Nara, R.*, Banura, A., Foster, A.M. 2019. Exploring Congolese refugees’ experiences with abortion care in Uganda: A multi-methods qualitative study. Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, 27(1), 1-10.
  • LaRoche, K.J.*, Foster, A.M. 2018. Exploring Canadian women’s multiple abortion experiences: Implications for reducing stigma and improving patient-centered care. Women’s Health Issues 24, 327–332.
  • Tousaw, E.*, Moo, N., Arnott, G.*, Foster, A.M., 2018. “It is just like having a period with back pain”: Exploring women’s experiences with community-based distribution of misoprostol for early abortion on the Thailand-Burma border. Contraception 97, 122–129.
  • Arnott, G.*, Sheehy, G.*, Chinthakanan, O., Foster, A.M., 2017. Exploring legal restrictions, regulatory reform, and geographic disparities in abortion access in Thailand. Health and Human Rights Journal 19, 187–195.
  • Arnott, G.*, Tho, E., Guroong, N., Foster, A.M., 2017. To be, or not to be, referred: A qualitative study of women from Burma’s access to legal abortion care in Thailand. PLoS ONE 12, 1–13.
  • Foster, A.M., Arnott, G.*, Hobstetter, M.*, 2017. Community-based distribution of misoprostol for early abortion: Evaluation of a program along the Thailand-Burma border. Contraception 96, 242–247.
  • Foster, A.M., LaRoche, K.J.*, El-Haddad, J.*, DeGroot, L.*, El-Mowafi, I.M., 2017. “If I ever did have a daughter, I wouldn’t raise her in New Brunswick:” exploring women’s experiences obtaining abortion care before and after policy reform. Contraception 95, 477–484.
  • LaRoche, K.J.*, Foster, A.M. “I kind of feel like sometimes I am shoving it under the carpet”: Exploring women’s desire for and experiences with post-abortion support in Ontario. FACETS 2, 754–763.
  • MacFarlane, K.A.*, O’Neil, M.L., Tekdemir, D., Foster, A.M., 2017. “It was as if society didn’t want a woman to get an abortion”: a qualitative study in Istanbul, Turkey. Contraception 95, 154–160.
  • Raymond, E.G., Blanchard, K., Blumenthal, P., Cleland, K., Foster, A.M., Gold, M., Grossman, D., Pendergast, M.K., Westhoff, C.L., Winikoff, B., 2017. Sixteen years of overregulation: Time to unburden Mifeprex. New England Journal of Medicine 376, 790–794.
  • Tousaw, E.*, La, R., Arnott, G.*, Chinthakanan, O., Foster, A.M., 2017. “Without this program, women can lose their lives”: Migrant women’s experiences with the Safe Abortion Referral Program in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Reproductive Health Matters, 58–68.
  • Cano, J.K.*, Foster, A.M., 2016. “They made me go through like weeks of appointments and everything”: Documenting women’s experiences seeking abortion care in Yukon Territory, Canada. Contraception 94, 489–495.
  • Foster, A.M., Arnott, G.*, Hobstetter, M.*, Zaw, H., Maung, C., Sietstra, C., Walsh, M., 2016. Establishing a referral system for safe and legal abortion care: A pilot project on the Thailand-Burma border. International Perspectives on Sexual & Reproductive Health 42, 151–156.
  • LaRoche, K.J.*, Foster, A.M., 2016. Exploring the online presence of organizations offering post-abortion support services in Ontario. Frontiers in Women’s Health 1, 15–19.
  • MacFarlane, K.A.*, O’Neil, M.L., Tekdemir, D., Çetin, E., Bilgen, B., Foster, A.M., 2016. Politics, policies, pronatalism, and practice: availability and accessibility of abortion and reproductive health services in Turkey. Reproductive Health Matters 24, 62–70.
  • Vogel, K.I.*, LaRoche, K.J.*, El-Haddad, J.*, Chaumont, A.*, Foster, A.M., 2016. Exploring Canadian women’s knowledge of and interest in mifepristone: Results from a national qualitative study with abortion patients. Contraception 94, 137–142.
  • Foster, A.M., Arnott, G.*, Parniak, S.*, LaRoche, K.J.*, Trussell, J., 2015. No exceptions: Documenting the abortion experiences of US Peace Corps Volunteers. American Journal of Public Health 105, 41–48.
  • LaRoche, K.J.*, Foster, A.M., 2015. Toll free but not judgment free: Evaluating post-abortion support services in Ontario. Contraception 92, 469–474.
  • Sheehy, G.*, Aung, Y., Foster, A.M., 2015. “We can lose our life for the abortion”: Exploring the dynamics shaping abortion care in peri-urban Yangon, Myanmar. Contraception 92, 475–481.
  • Foster, A.M., Wynn, L.L., Trussell, J., 2014. Evidence of global demand for medication abortion information: An analysis of www.medicationabortion.com. Contraception 89, 174–180.
  • Foster, A.M., Wynn, L., Rouhana, A.*, Diaz-Olavarrieta, C., Schaffer, K., Trussell, J., 2006. Providing medication abortion information to diverse communities: Use patterns of a multilingual web site. Contraception 74, 264–271.
  • Weitz, T.A., Foster, A.M., Ellertson, C., Grossman, D., Stewart, F.H., 2004. “Medical” and “surgical” abortion: Rethinking the modifiers. Contraception 69, 77–78.
  • Foster, A.M., van Dis, J., Steinauer, J., 2003. Educational and legislative initiatives affecting residency training in abortion. JAMA 290, 1777–1778.

Articles de journal révisé par les pairs: Professions de la santé

  • Yalahow, A.*, Hassan, M., Foster, A.M., 2017. Training reproductive health professionals in a post-conflict environment: Exploring medical, nursing, and midwifery education in Mogadishu, Somalia. Reproductive Health Matters, 114–123.
  • Gedeon, J.*, Hkum, J., Hsue, S.N., Walsh, M., Foster, A.M., 2016. Snakes, ladders, and information about sexually transmitted infections: Evaluation of a peer educator training on the Thailand-Burma border. Global Journal of Health Science 8, 270–277.
  • Sheinfeld, L.*, Arnott, G.*, El-Haddad, J.*, Foster, A.M., 2016. Assessing abortion coverage in nurse practitioner programs in Canada: A national survey of program directors. Contraception 94, 483–488.
  • Foster, A.M., Jackson, C.B.*, LaRoche, K.J.*, Simmonds, K., Taylor, D., 2015. From qualified physician to licensed health care professional: The time has come to change mifepristone’s label. Contraception 92, 200–202.
  • Jackson, C.B.*, Foster, A.M., 2012. Ob/Gyn training in abortion care: Results from a national survey. Contraception 86, 407–412.
  • Simmonds, K., Foster, A.M., Zurek, M., 2009. From the outside in: A unique model for stimulating curricula reform in nursing education. The Journal of Nursing Education 48, 583–587.
  • Steinauer, J., LaRochelle, F., Rowh, M., Backus, L., Sandahl, Y., Foster, A., 2009. First impressions: What are preclinical medical students in the US and Canada learning about sexual and reproductive health? Contraception 80, 74–80.
  • Foster, A.M., Jackson, C.B.*, Martin, S.B., 2008. Reproductive health and cyber (mis)representations: A content analysis of obstetrics and gynecology residency program websites. Contraception 78, 99–105.
  • Foster, A.M., Polis, C., Allee, M.K., Simmonds, K., Zurek, M., Brown, A., 2006. Abortion education in nurse practitioner, physician assistant and certified nurse-midwifery programs: A national survey. Contraception 73, 408–414.

Articles de journal révisé par les pairs: Populations vulnérables

  • Gee, S., Vargas J., Foster, A.M. 2019. “The more children you have, the more praise you get from the community”: Exploring the role of sociocultural context and perceptions of care on maternal and newborn health among Somali refugees in UNHCR supported camps in Kenya. Conflict and Health, 13(11), 1-10.
  • Gee, S., Vargas J., Foster, A.M. 2018. “We need good nutrition but we have no money to buy food”: Sociocultural context, care experiences, and newborn health in two UNHCR-supported camps in South Sudan. BMC International Health and Human Rights, 18(40), 1–10.
  • Fortier, E.*, Foster, A.M. “It was kind of like if it happens it happens. It wasn’t planned, it wasn’t intentional”: Young mothers’ experiences with subsequent pregnancy in Ottawa, Canada. FACETS 2, 859–871.
  • Fortier, E.*, Foster, A.M., 2018 Exploring young mothers’ experiences with postpartum contraception in Ottawa: Results from a multi-methods qualitative study. Contraception 97, 434–438.
  • Foster, A.M., Evans, D., Garcia, M., Knaster, S., Krause, S., McGinn, T., Rich, S., Shah, M., Tappis, H., Wheeler, E., 2017. The 2018 Inter-Agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings: Revising the global standards. Reproductive Health Matters, 18–24.
  • Gedeon, J.*, Hsue, S.N., Foster, A.M., 2016. “I came by the bicycle so we can avoid the police”: Factors shaping reproductive health decision-making on the Thailand-Burma border. International Journal of Population Studies 2, 78–88.
  • Sheehy, G.*, Aung, Y., Foster, A.M., 2016. “She learned it from her mother and grandmother”: Women’s experiences with delivery and post-partum practices in peri-urban Yangon, Myanmar. Maternal and Child Health Journal 20, 854–861.
  • Sheehy, G.*, Aung, Y., Sietstra, C., Foster, A.M., 2016. Dynamics shaping access to reproductive health services in peri-urban Yangon, Myanmar: A multi-methods study. Global Journal of Health Science 8, 194–205.
  • Gedeon, J.*, Hsue, S.N., Walsh, M., Sietstra, C., MarSan, H., Foster, A.M., 2015. Assessing the experiences of intra-uterine device users in a long-term conflict setting: A qualitative study on the Thailand-Burma border. Conflict and Health 9, 6.
  • Gure, F.*, Yusuf, M., Foster, A.M., 2015. Exploring Somali women’s reproductive health knowledge and experiences: Results from focus group discussions in Mogadishu. Reproductive Health Matters 23, 136–144.

Articles de journal révisé par les pairs: autres

  • Gagliardi, A.R., Dunn, S., Foster, A.M., Grace, S.L., Green, C.R., Khanlou, N., Miller, F.A., Stewart, D.E., Vigod, S., Wright, F.C. 2019. How is patient-centred care addressed in women’s health? A theoretical rapid review.  BMJ Open, 9(2), 1–9.
  • LaRoche, K.J.*, Gross, E.*, Sheehy, G.*, Foster, A.M. 2018. Put a ring in it: Exploring women’s experiences with the contraceptive vaginal ring in Ontario. Women’s Health Issues (EPub ahead of print).
  • Tschirhart, N.*, Nosten, F., Foster, A.M., 2017. Migrant tuberculosis patient needs and health system response along the Thailand-Myanmar border. Health Policy and Planning, 1–8.
  • Tschirhart, N.*, Thi, S.S., Swe, L.L., Nosten, F., Foster, A.M., 2017. Treating the invisible: Gaps and opportunities for enhanced TB control along the Thailand-Myanmar border. BMC Health Services Research 17.
  • Tschirhart, N.*, Sein, T., Nosten, F., Foster, A.M., 2016. Migrant and refugee patient perspectives on travel and tuberculosis along the Thailand-Myanmar border: A qualitative study. PLoS ONE 11.
  • Tschirhart, N.*, Nosten, F., Foster, A.M., 2016. Access to free or low-cost tuberculosis treatment for migrants and refugees along the Thailand-Myanmar border in Tak province, Thailand. International Journal for Equity in Health 15.
  • Bessett, D.*, Prager, J.*, Havard, J.*, Murphy, D.J.*, Agénor, M., Foster, A.M., 2015. Barriers to contraceptive access after health care reform: Experiences of young adults in Massachusetts. Women’s Health Issues 25, 91–96.
  • Janiak, E.*, Rhodes, E.*, Foster, A.M., 2013. Translating access into utilization: Lessons from the design and evaluation of a health insurance website to promote reproductive health care for young women in Massachusetts. Contraception 88, 684–690.
  • Foster, A.M., Dennis, A., Smith, F., 2011. Do religious restrictions influence ectopic pregnancy management? A national qualitative study. Women’s Health Issues 21, 104–109.

Rapport de techniques majeures

  • Foster, A.M., El-Mowafi, M.*, Hammad, M., Ben Tareef, S. 2019. Gender-based violence and sexual and reproductive health in the South of Jordan: Results from a needs assessment and service mapping exercise. UNFPA Jordan, Amman, Jordan.
  • O’Brien, A.M., Gose, E.S, Crich, L.*, Foster, A.M. 2019. “[T]here has to be a better way to deal with this”: Exploring the mental health needs of women residing in Violence Against Women shelters in Ottawa, Ontario. Le Royal, Ottawa, ON.
  • Foster, A.M., El-Mowafi, M.* 2019. Assessment of the 2013-2018 National Strategy for Reproductive Health and Family Planning. Higher Population Council, Amman, Jordan.
  • Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises. 2018. Inter-Agency Field Manual on Reproductive Heath in Humanitarian Settings. IAWG, New York, NY.
    • Led two-year revision process and served as lead author of introduction and conclusion and contributing author of fundamental principles, Minimum Initial Service Package, and comprehensive abortion care chapters.
  • Arnott, G.*, La, R.K., Tho, E., Sietstra, C., Walsh, M., Foster, A.M., 2015. Establishing a safe abortion referral system for women from Burma residing in Chiang Mai, Thailand: Results from situation analysis research. CRHC, Cambridge, MA.
  • Sheehy, G.*, Aung, Y., Sietstra, C., Foster, A.M., 2015. Near the city but hard to reach: Results from a reproductive health needs assessment in peri-urban Yangon. CRHC, Cambridge, MA.
  • Foster, A.M., Arnott, G.*, Parniak, S.*, LaRoche, K.J.*, Trussell, J., 2014. No exceptions: Documenting the abortion experiences of US Peace Corps Volunteers. CRHC, Cambridge, MA.
  • Foster, A.M., 2014. Comparative ethnographic studies of enumeration methods and coverage: Arab, Middle Eastern & Americans of Arab or Middle Eastern descent group. US Census Bureau, Washington, DC.
  • Hobstetter, M.*, Walsh, M., Leigh, J., Lee, C.I., Sietstra, C., Foster, A.M., 2012. Separated by borders, united in need: An assessment of reproductive health on the Thailand-Burma border. Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Walsh, M., Kellock, W., Hai, T., Lagone, E., Sietstra, C., Lessard, D., Foster, A.M., 2012. Protecting our future: Adolescent reproductive health and rights on the Thailand-Burma border. Adolescent Reproductive Health Network, Mae Sot, Thailand.
  • Bessett, D.*, Prager, J.*, Havard, J.*, Murphy, D.J., Agénor, M., Foster, A.M., 2010. Young adults, health insurance, and access to contraception in the wake of health care reform: Results from focus group discussions in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Agénor, M., Havard, J.*, Bessett, D.*, Foster, A.M., 2009. Young adults & the coverage of contraceptive services in the wake of health care reform: Results from an assessment of young adult-targeted health plans in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Foster, A.M., Dennis, A., Smith, F., 2009. Assessing hospital policies & practices regarding ectopic pregnancy & miscarriage management: Results of a national qualitative study. Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Wynn, L.L., Foster, A.M., Trussell, J., 2009. Misconceptions and ignorance about sexual and reproductive health. The Female Patient.
  • Foster, A.M., Jackson, C.B.*, 2008. Factors influencing the decision to participate in abortion training and intention to provide: A national study of obstetrics and gynecology residents. Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Foster, A.M., Daoud, F., Maqboul, E., Otis, K., Ladhani, N., 2008. Assessing the reproductive health content of nursing programs in Palestine: Preliminary study results from the West Bank. Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Foster, A.M., 2005. Medication abortion: A guide for health professionals. Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Foster, A.M., Rouhana, A.*, Zubaidi, H., 2005. Medication abortion: A guide for health professionals (in Arabic). Ibis Reproductive Health, Cambridge, MA.
  • Foster, A.M., 2001. Sexuality in the Middle East: Conference report. Oxford University Press.

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