Publications

Publications

  • a twice yearly, peer-reviewed, international journal in English, with abstracts in English, French and Spanish (ISSN 0968-8080). In English, the journal and supplements are distributed online by Elsevier, and online by ScienceDirect, Jstor and HINARI
  • editions of the journal in translation in Chinese, Arabic, Spanish, Hindi, Portuguese, French and Russian, produced and distributed by partners in Beijing, Cairo, Lima, New Delhi, São Paulo, Bobo Dioulasso and Moscow
  • supplements to the journal, which are also registered as books, on behalf of other organisations in the field
  • collections of articles from across RHM’s publications on specific themes, or seminar/workshop reports
    information for authors and peer reviewers, news from around the world
  • research round-ups provide summaries of recent research from other organisations and publications.
  • the RHM blog provides short comment and analysis pieces on current SRHR issues and those that relate specifically to recently published RHM papers
  • RHM staff select key SRHR news items daily and post them in the news page of this website and via Twitter

RHM’s publications are about laws, policies, research and service delivery related to sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Topics which RHM covers include:

  • abortion, family planning and population policy
  • maternal mortality and morbidity
  • motherhood and fatherhood, pregnancy and delivery, and living without children
  • sexual health, HIV/AIDS, safer sex, condoms and male circumcision
  • reproductive tract infections, sexually transmitted infections and infertility
  • reproductive cancers
  • health policies, SRHR services, integration of services and task shifting
  • advocacy, access and equity, distributive justice
  • SRHR law and policy, human rights, criminalisation and ethics
  • health systems, human resources and privatization
  • SRHR-related violence and sexual violence
  • SRHR in conflict and crisis settings
  • body image, sexuality and cosmetic surgery