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Table 1 Key questions for systematic review on contraception and abortion services among incarcerated women in the United States

From: Contraception need and available services among incarcerated women in the United States: a systematic review

Key Question No.QuestionPublications addressing the Key Question
1What is the contraceptive need among incarcerated women?1. Clarke et al., 2006a
2. Clarke et al., 2006b
3. Clarke et al., 2006c
4. Hale et al., 2009
5. LaRochelle et al., 2012
6. Cannon et al., 2018
7. Ghidei, Ramos, Brousseau, & Clarke, 2018
2Can incarcerated women access contraceptive and abortion services?1. Fielder & Tyler, 1975
2. Kasdan, 2009
3. Sufrin, Creinin, & Chang, 2009d
4. Sufrin, Creinin, & Chang, 2009e
5. Roth, 2011
6. Kouros, 2013
7. Kraft-Stolar, 2015
8. Roth & Ainsworth, 2015
9. Sufrin, Kolbi-Molinas, & Roth, 2015
10. Sufrin, Oxnard, Goldenson, Simonson, & Jackson, 2015
11. American Civil Liberties Union of California, 2016
12. Knittel, Ti, Schear, & Comfort, 2017
13. Roth, 2017
14. Sufrin, Baird, Clarke, & Feldman, 2017
15. Sufrin C., 2019
3What contraceptive services do incarcerated women want?1. Clarke et al., 2006c
2. Sufrin, Tulsky, Goldenson, Winter, & Cohan, 2010
3. LaRochelle et al., 2012
4. Schonberg, Bennett, Sufrin, Karasz, & Gold, 2015
5. Cannon et al., 2018
4What reproductive and contraceptive plans do incarcerated women have after release from correctional facilities?1. Hale et al., 2009
2. Oswalt et al., 2010
3. LaRochelle et al., 2012
  1. Author Jennifer G. Clarke published several articles in 2006 which were included in our analysis. These articles are noted throughout the remainder of the manuscript as the following:
  2. a Reproductive Health Care and Family Planning Needs Among Incarcerated Women [7]
  3. b Pregnancy and Contraceptive Attitudes Among Women Entering Jail [8]
  4. c Improving Birth Control Service Utilization by Offering Prerelease Vs. Postincarceration [9]
  5. Author Carolyn B. Sufrin published two articles in 2009 which were included in our analysis. These articles are noted throughout the remainder of the manuscript as the following:
  6. d Contraceptive Services for Incarcerated Women: A National Survey of Correctional Health Providers [10]
  7. e Incarcerated Women and Abortion Providers: A Survey of Correctional Health Provider [11]