Northridge and Coupey Respond

Northridge, Jennifer L.; Coupey, Susan M.
January 2016
American Journal of Public Health;Jan2016, Vol. 106 Issue 1, p19
Academic Journal
The authors provide a response to the article entitled "Realizing Reproductive Health Equity Needs More Than Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)" by A.C. Gubrium, E.S. Mann, S. Borrero, and others which appears in this issue of the journal and critiques the article "Realizing Reproductive Health Equity for Adolescents and Young Adults" which was published in a 2015 edition of the periodical. Social justice agendas, scientific evidence, and the American Academy of Pediatrics are examined.


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