The Implementation of Culturally Appropriate Sexual and Reproductive Health Services for Cisgender Women of Color in California

Approximately a third of all women in the U.S. 16 years or older identify as Black and Latina; they are at increased risk for poorer sexual and reproductive health outcomes compared to their white counterparts. We conducted a qualitative study among healthcare providers and administrators to understand and identify barriers to implementing culturally appropriate sexual and reproductive health services for women of color in California, contextualize specified barriers within the current policy landscape, and document potential facilitators at the individual, organizational, and systemic level.


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