The Oxford Encyclopedia of Sexual and Reproductive Health

Healthy human development is traced back to favorable physical and social environments for pre-conceptional, pregnancy, and post-partum health of the female and fetus. But sexual and reproductive health (SRH) disparities persist. Sexual violence, infection, and inequitable maternal and infant survival persist. Politics and religious scrutiny also play significant roles. Commissioned as part of the ORE of Global Public Health, the proposed encyclopedia will emphasize the research regarding determinants of the different dimensions of SRH.

Editors in Chief

Dr. Amy Tsui is Professor Emeritus, Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health and Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Dr. Andreea A. Creanga is an Assistant Professor in the Health Systems Program, Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and in the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Editorial Board

Clark Johnson, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Mike Mbizvo, Population Council

Xiaobin Wang, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

 

Articles

Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (Ndola Prata, Karen Weidert)
Bioethics and Reproduction with Insights from Uruguay (Lillian Abracinskas, Santiago Puyol)
Biologic and Social Aspects of Human Infertility: A Global Perspective (Marie Thoma, Jasmine Fledderjohann, Carie Cox, Rudolph Kantum Adageba)
Early Life Origins of ASD and ADHD (Yuelong Ji, Ramkripa Raghavan, Xiaobin Wang)
Fetal Deaths in High-income Countries (Sarka Lisonkova, K. S. Joseph)
Male Reproductive Function and Fecundity (Michael T. Mbizvo, Tendai M. Chiware)
Menopause (Funmilola M. OlaOlorun, Wen Shen)
Obstetric Fistula (Chi Chiung Grace Chen, René Génadry)
Pregnancy and Non-Sexually Transmitted Infections (Ana Luiza Vilela Borges, Christiane Borges do Nascimento Chofakian, Ana Paula Sayuri Sato)
Sexual and Reproductive Health in India (Shireen Jejeebhoy, K. G. Santhya, A. J. Francis Zavier)