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overview Dr. Haider is the Section Chief of Family Planning and Contraceptive Research. In addition to serving as the section chief, Dr. Haider is also the Title X Program Medical Director for the Illinois Department of Public Health and Director of the University of Chicago’s Family Planning Fellowship. Dr. Haider enjoys providing full-spectrum obstetrics and gynecologic care along with family planning services. She also works clinically as a gynecology ultrasound attending and as an obstetrics attending on labor and delivery. As a very committed educator, Dr. Haider has received multiple teaching awards. Dr. Haider is an active health services researcher and her research program focuses on decreasing reproductive health disparities for postpartum women, adolescents, and other underserved populations. The aim of this work is to create novel ways in which to improve contraception provision and decrease unintended pregnancies among underserved populations. Dr. Haider is also an advocate for reproductive rights and works to improve women's health and rights domestically and globally.

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Concept Adolescent
Concept Adolescent Behavior
Concept Pregnancy in Adolescence
Academic Article Adolescent Contraception Use after Pregnancy, an Opportunity for Improvement.
Academic Article Factors associated with short interpregnancy interval in women who plan postpartum LARC: a retrospective study.
Academic Article Barriers to contraceptive use among adolescents in two semi-rural Nicaraguan communities.
Academic Article A qualitative analysis of decision-making among women with sexual violence-related pregnancies in conflict-affected eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Academic Article Interdependent Barriers to Providing Adolescents with Long-Acting Reversible Contraception: Qualitative Insights from Providers.
Academic Article Evaluation of e-mail contact to conduct follow-up among adolescent women participating in a longitudinal cohort study of contraceptive use.
Academic Article Knowledge of state-level abortion laws and policies among front-line staff at facilities providing abortion services.
Academic Article Do Sexual Minorities Receive Appropriate Sexual and Reproductive Health Care and Counseling?
Academic Article A Qualitative Application of Diffusion of Innovations to Adolescents' Perceptions of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception's Attributes.
Academic Article Reproductive health disparities: a focus on family planning and prevention among minority women and adolescents.
Academic Article Evaluation of the London Measure of Unplanned Pregnancy in a United States population of women.
Academic Article 'If your husband doesn't humiliate you, other people won't': gendered attitudes towards sexual violence in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Academic Article A Qualitative Analysis of Disclosure Patterns among Women with Sexual Violence-Related Pregnancies in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Academic Article Change in Health-Related Socioeconomic Risk Factors and Mental Health During the Early Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A National Survey of U.S. Women.
Academic Article Awareness and Intent to Use Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Among African American Women in a Family Planning Clinic.

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