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Reproductive Health Matters

Reproductive Health Matters is a twice-yearly peer-reviewed international journal and aims to:
• Promote laws, policies, research and services that meet women's reproductive health needs
• Examine experiences, values, information and issues from the point of view of the women whose lives are affected
• Explore the multifaceted nature of problems and their solutions
• Inspire new thinking and action and new forms of consensus in the field.

Each issue of Reproductive Health Matters concentrates on a specific theme and has papers on other timely topics and a round-up of information from the published literature.

Recent and forthcoming themes are:

Year 2015
• Volume 23 / number 45: Knowledge, evidence, practice and power
• Volume 23 / number 46: Sexuality, sexual rights and sexual politics

Year 2014
• Volume 22 / number 43: Population, environment, development and sustainability
• Volume 22 / number 44: Using the law and the courts

Year 2013
• Volume 21 / number 41: Young people, sex and relationships
• Volume 21 / number 42: New development paradigms post-2015 for health, SRHR and gender equality

Year 2012
• Volume 20 / number 39: Maternal mortality or women's health: time for action
• Volume 20 / number 39 Supplement 1: Pregnancy decisions of women living with HIV
• Volume 20 / number 40: Sexual and reproductive morbidity: not a priority

Reproductive Health Matters is available to all subscribers (both paid and free/supported) through


Editorial office
Reproductive Health Matters
444 Highgate Studios
53-79 Highgate Road
London NW5 1TL
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 7267 6567
Fax: +44 20 7267 2551
Website: click here

Submissions and all other editorial correspondence
Shirin Heidari, Editor

All other enquiries to
Pathika Martin

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Editor Information

    Shirin Heidari

Impact Factor

* 2011 Journal Citation ReportsĀ®, published by Thomson Reuters

Customer Reviews

Reproductive Health Matters
  • Journal
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISSN: 09688080
  • 2014 Impact Factor: 1.855*