1. Lemi Belay, Unintended pregnancies and associated factors in Ethiopia: A systematic review.

  2. Alemayehu Bisrat, Dagne Wolde, Biruk Abebe, Bekalu Assamnew. EMR Perspectives & Challenges

  3. Abel Teshome, Mekitie Wondafrash, Biruck Gashawbeza, Balkachew Nigatu, Matiyas Asrat , Sarah D. Compton. Post-abortion contraceptive adoption in Ethiopia. Submitted to targeted journal.

  4. Dilayehu Bekele, Mariamawit Asfaw. A randomized controlled trial of sequential versus simultaneous use of Foley Balloon and oxytocin for induction of labor in Nulliparous pregnant women.

  5. Matiyas Asrat, Factors associated with delayed presentation for safe abortion into the second trimester of pregnancy.

  6. Matiyas Asrat, RH and FP use among epileptic women in public hospitals.

  7. Thomas Mekuria, A mixed method study on sexual violence survivors’ interaction with the Legal system via Addis Ababa’s Menelik II One stop center.

  8. Wondimu Gudu, Malede Birara, Mesele Terecha, Ishmael Shemsedin. Exploring socio cultural sensitivity in health care provision at a teaching hospital, Ethiopia.

  9. Wondimu Gudu, Congenital anomalies on routine second trimester anatomic scanning at a teaching hospital in Addis Ababa: prevalence, patterns and associated factors.

  10. Hassen Hussien, Experience of Maternal Death Surveillance and Response system in a tertiary teaching hospital.

  11. Matiyas Asrat, Prevalence and factors associated with utilization of long acting reversible contraception among family planning service clients in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: cross sectional study.

  12. Malede Birara,

  13. Mekdes Daba,

  14. Biruck Gashawbeza, Delayehu Bekele, Alula Teklu, Balkachew Nigatu, Munir Kassa, Feiruz Surur, Mustefa Negash, Tedros Getnet, Yonas Abesha, Merhawi Gebremedhin, and Berhe Gebremichael. The Incidence Sociodemographic, Clinical Characteristics and Risk Factors of Ectopic Pregnancy in Saint Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  15. Tesfaye H. Tufa, Comparison of surgical versus medical termination of pregnancy between 13-20 weeks of gestation in Ethiopia: A quasi-experimental study.

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