PMA at the Population Association of America Conference - April 17-20, 2024

April 18
Oral Presentations:

8am - 9:15am Union C

Longitudinal Impact of Past-Year Reproductive Coercion on Contraceptive Use Dynamics in Eight Population-Based Sub-Saharan African Cohorts

11am - 12:15pm Delaware D

Measurement innovation for sensitive behaviors: Applying direct and social network-based estimation approaches to intimate partner violence in Burkina Faso and the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Poster Sessions:

10:30am - 12:00pm Regency Ballroom

Medium term COVID impacts in 2 African countries: Testing the K shaped economic recovery

1:30 - 3:00pm  Regency Ballroom

Factors Associated with Self-Rated Health: A Multi-Country Longitudinal Study

April 19
Oral Presentations:

11 - 12:15am Union A

Partner, Friend, and Family involvement in abortion experiences: a mixed-methods investigation of strategic decision-making and impact on abortion outcomes

Poster Sessions:

1:30 - 3:00pm Regency Ballroom

Pregnancy risk in the postpartum period in Ethiopia: Individual, interpersonal, and health system factors that influence postpartum trajectories

Examining the role of reproductive coercion in adoption of postpartum contraception: A longitudinal analysis of the PMA Ethiopia reproductive calendar

Assessing the fulfillment of birth intentions: Insights from prospective reports from Kenyan and Burkinabe women

3:30 - 5:00pm Regency Ballroom

Addressing the Digital Gap: The Impact of Mobile Phone Ownership on Women’s Economic Empowerment in Kenya and Burkina Faso

April 20
Oral Presentation:

9:00 - 10:15am Delaware A

Women’s and Girls’ Sexual Empowerment Differs by Geographical Context

10:30 - 11:45am Delaware C

The Relationship Between Cell Phone Use and Family Planning: A Multi-Country Longitudinal Study

12:00 - 1:15pm Delaware B

The reliability of contraceptive discontinuation reporting in Burkina Faso, Kenya, and Uganda

Past Events

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Wébinaire: La pandémie de CIVID-19 a-t-elle eu un impact sur l’utilisation des contraceptifs? Une analyse longitudinale à l’aide des données de PMA 

Oct 5, 2022
9:00 - 10:30am EST

Performance Monitoring for Action et IPUMS examinent si la pandémie COVID-19 a affecté l'utilisation des contraceptifs en utilisant les données longitudinales de PMA. Ce webinaire gratuit présente les données longitudinales de PMA et la conception de l'étude, suivi d'un atelier d'analyse des données à l'aide de Stata et de R.

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Webinar: Did the COVID-19 pandemic impact contraceptive use?  An introduction to longitudinal analysis using PMA data

May 18, 2022

Performance Monitoring for Action and IPUMS examine whether the COVID-19 pandemic affected contraceptive use using PMA’s longitudinal data. This free webinar introduces the longitudinal PMA data and study design, followed by a workshop in data analysis using Stata and R.


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How to make the contraceptive calendar work for you: an introduction to using PMA data 

May 4, 2021
10:00 - 11:30am EST

How can the contraceptive calendar and longitudinal data be used differently from cross-sectional data?  Join IPUMS and Performance Monitoring for Action as we provide a framework for using contraceptive calendar data.  You will learn the basics of analyzing the contraceptive calendar, such as converting data format from wide to long, transforming string variables, and basic analysis of factors associated with contraceptive discontinuation, with breakout sessions for both R or Stata.

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PMA at ICFP Not Without FP Virtual Forum
Impact of COVID-19 on Survey Data Collection Panel
February 3, 2021
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The Gendered Impacts of COVID-19: Spotlighting Nairobi Youth Voices and Experiences - Webinar
February 10, 2021

Family Planning Under the COVID-19 Pandemic: How is it Going and What are We Finding?

IUSSP Webinar Series
March 23, 2021

Making Self-Injection Count: A workshop on family planning data availability and use

March 25, 2021
Session 8. What to do when self-injection data is not yet in the HMIS: The role of broader surveys in family planning