Session 15:
Qualitative Methods in Studying Health and Mortality

Thursday, March 31
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Taft
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Mark Padilla, University of Michigan
Discussant: Clare Barrington, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  1. Attitudes and Cultural Norms around Contraceptive Use among Young Adults of Urban Dar es Salaam, TanzaniaLaili Irani, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ilene S. Speizer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Clare Barrington, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. “Man up”: Qualitative Findings from the Health Initiatives for Men (HIM) StudyKathleen A. O'Connor, University of Washington; Shedra Amy Snipes, Pennsylvania State University; Tara K. Hayes-Constant, University of Washington; Marcia Chan Ridley, Premera Blue Cross; Steven M. Goodreau, University of Washington; Benjamin C. Trumble, University of Washington; Diane M. Morrison, University of Washington; Bettina Shell-Duncan, University of Washington; Amanda C. Guyton, University of Washington; Richard S. Pelman, University of Washington

  3. Perceived Barriers to Utilization of Maternal Health and Child Health Services: Qualitative Insights from Rural Uttar Pradesh, IndiaNeelanjana Pandey, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  4. Assessing Understanding of Questions from Gender and Power Norm Scales in Siaya, KenyaDanielle Smith, Emory University; Rob Stephenson, Emory University; Marcie Rubardt, CARE USA; Jude Otogo, CARE Kenya

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