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Jeffrey Bartlett Bingenheimer Faculty Member

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The primary focus of my research is on the influences of social contexts (families, peer groups, communities) on family planning and reproductive health-related behaviors in developing countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. Initially my focus was on behavioral risk for HIV in these populations and settings, but as the field of HIV prevention has shifted to focus more on biomedical approaches including treatment-as-prevention, my interest in social contexts has led me to focus less on HIV risk and more on family planning and other behaviors related to sexual and reproductive health. I have pursued these interests through research projects in Ghana, Kenya, South Sudan, India, and elsewhere, with funding from a variety of sources. In addition to my own research, I contribute to the field by serving as editor of the journal Studies in Family Planning, and in other ways.

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