Variations in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care

Brief Description: In 2009 we mailed surveys to 1800 practicing obstetrician-gynecologists across the United States, to describe their approaches to a variety of morally complex practices in sexual and reproductive health care, and the extent to which variations in such practices are accounted for by variations in physicians' religious characteristics. A few papers from this study have been published, and others are forthcoming.

Funding: This study was funded by grant support from The Greenwall Foundation, New York, NY, the John Templeton Foundation, and the National Center for Complemenary and Alternative Medicine (1K23 AT002749, to Dr. Curlin).

Methods Report
National Survey Instrument