Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of women’s healthcare providers regarding reproductive health services during the novel coronavirus pandemic
Uncategorized
Awarded 2021
Complex Family Planning Fellowship Research
Ashley Navarro, MD, MPH
University of North Carolina Hospitals at Chapel Hill
$15,000

Public health disasters lead institutional medical priorities away from family planning services. Reproductive health suffers when healthcare systems are not prepared for public health or natural disasters. The objective of this study is to investigate the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of sexual and reproductive health providers of in the US during the time of the novel Coronavirus pandemic. This is a cross sectional study that will utilize a survey to obtain data. Sampling will be achieved through Qualtrics Panel. Our population includes MDs/DOs, APPs, and RNs who practice or provide sexual and reproductive health services in the US. We will aim for 300 completed surveys. Our aim is to investigate self-reported knowledge, attitudes, and practices of health care workers who provide sexual and reproductive health during the novel Coronavirus pandemic. We will report successes, challenges, and barriers to providing reproductive health services in the setting of a public health disaster.

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