Joseph E. Potter
Joseph E. Potter
Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
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Unwanted caesarean sections among public and private patients in Brazil: prospective study
JE Potter, E Berquó, IHO Perpétuo, OF Leal, K Hopkins, MR Souza, ...
Bmj 323 (7322), 1155-1158, 2001
Maternal health care utilization in Jordan: a study of patterns and determinants
CM Obermeyer, JE Potter
Studies in family planning 22 (3), 177-187, 1991
Impact of clinic closures on women obtaining abortion services after implementation of a restrictive law in Texas
C Gerdts, L Fuentes, D Grossman, K White, B Keefe-Oates, SE Baum, ...
American Journal of Public Health 106 (5), 857-864, 2016
Fertility and development: evidence from Brazil
JE Potter, CP Schmertmann, SM Cavenaghi
Demography 39 (4), 739-761, 2002
Problems in using birth-history analysis to estimate trends in fertility
JE Potter
Population Studies 31 (2), 335-364, 1977
Change in abortion services after implementation of a restrictive law in Texas
D Grossman, S Baum, L Fuentes, K White, K Hopkins, A Stevenson, ...
Contraception 90 (5), 496-501, 2014
Contraception after delivery and short interpregnancy intervals among women in the United States
K White, SB Teal, JE Potter
Obstetrics & Gynecology 125 (6), 1471-1477, 2015
Population and development in Mexico since 1940: An interpretation
F Alba, JE Potter
Population and development review, 47-75, 1986
Challenging unintended pregnancy as an indicator of reproductive autonomy
JE Potter, AJ Stevenson, K Coleman-Minahan, K Hopkins, K White, ...
Contraception 100 (1), 1-4, 2019
Women’s autonomy and scheduled cesarean sections in Brazil: a cautionary tale
JE Potter, K Hopkins, A Faúndes, I Perpétuo
Birth 35 (1), 33-40, 2008
The persistence of outmoded contraceptive regimes: the cases of Mexico and Brazil
JE Potter
Population and Development Review 25 (4), 703-739, 1999
Mapping the timing, pace, and scale of the fertility transition in Brazil
JE Potter, CP Schmertmann, RM Assunção, SM Cavenaghi
Population and development review 36 (2), 283-307, 2010
Women's experiences seeking abortion care shortly after the closure of clinics due to a restrictive law in Texas
L Fuentes, S Lebenkoff, K White, C Gerdts, K Hopkins, JE Potter, ...
Contraception 93 (4), 292-297, 2016
Effect of removal of planned parenthood from the Texas Women’s Health Program
AJ Stevenson, IM Flores-Vazquez, RL Allgeyer, P Schenkkan, JE Potter
New England Journal of Medicine 374 (9), 853-860, 2016
Accuracy of self-screening for contraindications to combined oral contraceptive use
D Grossman, L Fernandez, K Hopkins, J Amastae, SG Garcia, JE Potter
Obstetrics & Gynecology 112 (3), 572-578, 2008
Changes in service delivery patterns after introduction of telemedicine provision of medical abortion in Iowa
DA Grossman, K Grindlay, T Buchacker, JE Potter, CP Schmertmann
American journal of public health 103 (1), 73-78, 2013
Unmet demand for highly effective postpartum contraception in Texas
JE Potter, K Hopkins, ARA Aiken, C Hubert, AJ Stevenson, K White, ...
Contraception 90 (5), 488-495, 2014
Television, telenovelas, and fertility change in Northeast Brazil
V Faria, JE Potter
Texas Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, 1995
Empirical Bayes estimation of demographic schedules for small areas
RM Assunção, CP Schmertmann, JE Potter, S Cavenaghi
Demography 42 (3), 537-558, 2005
Medicaid policy on sterilization—anachronistic or still relevant?
S Borrero, N Zite, JE Potter, J Trussell
New England Journal of Medicine 370 (2), 102-104, 2014
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