Contraceptive Care in Jail: Reproductive Justice for Incarcerated Women

Kyl Christina Myers
This dissertation explores women's contraceptive access while incarcerated in jail. In many U.S. jails, women's hormonal contraceptive methods are discontinued and not reinitiated prior to release, and most jails do not provide women in their custody the opportunity to initiate a contraceptive method. Additionally, many women do not have access to postpartum sterilization procedures while in the custody of a jail and giving birth at a local hospital. This dissertation addresses three research questions. I...
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