Joseph E. Potter

Affiliations: 
Department of Sociology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Area:
Demography, General Economics
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Potter JE, Hubert C, White K. (2016) The Availability and Use of Postpartum LARC in Mexico and Among Hispanics in the United States. Maternal and Child Health Journal
Hubert C, White K, Hopkins K, et al. (2016) Perceived Interest in Vasectomy among Latina Women and their Partners in a Community with Limited Access to Female Sterilization. Journal of Health Care For the Poor and Underserved. 27: 762-77
Stevenson AJ, Flores-Vazquez IM, Allgeyer RL, et al. (2016) Effect of Removal of Planned Parenthood from the Texas Women's Health Program. The New England Journal of Medicine
Fuentes L, Lebenkoff S, White K, et al. (2016) Women's experiences seeking abortion care shortly after the closure of clinics due to a restrictive law in Texas. Contraception
Potter JE, Hubert C, Stevenson AJ, et al. (2016) Barriers to Postpartum Contraception in Texas and Pregnancy Within 2 Years of Delivery Obstetrics and Gynecology. 127: 289-296
Woo CJ, Alamgir H, Potter JE. (2015) TEMPORARY REMOVAL: Women's Experiences after Planned Parenthood's Exclusion from a Family Planning Program in Texas. Contraception
White K, Potter JE, Zite N. (2015) Geographic Variation in Characteristics of Postpartum Women Using Female Sterilization. Women's Health Issues : Official Publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health
Stevenson AJ, Potter JE. (2015) Abortion access and state variation in observed unintended pregnancy. Contraception
White K, Hopkins K, Aiken AR, et al. (2015) The impact of reproductive health legislation on family planning clinic services in Texas. American Journal of Public Health. 105: 851-8
Hopkins K, White K, Linkin F, et al. (2015) Women's Experiences Seeking Publicly Funded Family Planning Services in Texas. Perspectives On Sexual and Reproductive Health. 47: 63-70
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