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Kelli Stidham Hall

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Research Investigator, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Ph.D., Columbia University

Dr. Hall's program of research is at the intersection of reproductive health and mental health. She has conducted population-based and clinical research projects examining psychological and social influences on adolescents’ contraceptive behavior, family planning outcomes, and reproductive health service use. Her work has focused on the impact of mental health conditions like depression, anxiety and eating disorders on reproductive health knowledge and contraceptive misuse, unintended pregnancy, and abortion. Currently, she is investigating the role of mental health stigma, discrimination, stereotypes, and mistrust on young women’s reproductive health care experiences and family planning outcomes.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Hall, Kelli Stidham, Vanessa Dalton, and Timothy R.B. Johnson. 2014. "Social disparities in women's health service use in the United States: a population-based analysis." Annals of Epidemiology, 24(2): 135-143. PMCID: PMC3946779. DOI. Abstract.

Hall, Kelli Stidham, Yasamin Kusunoki, Heather Gatny, and Jennifer S. Barber. 2014. "The risk of unintended pregnancy among young women with mental health symptoms." Social Science & Medicine, 100: 62-71. PMCID: PMC3898511. DOI. Abstract.

Hall, Kelli Stidham, Caroline Moreau, and James Trussell. 2013. "The Link Between Substance Use and Reproductive Health Service Utilization Among Young US Women." Substance Abuse, 34(3): 283-291. PMCID: PMC3775705. DOI. Abstract.

Hall, Kelli Stidham, C. Moreau, James Trussell, and Jennifer S. Barber. 2013. "Role of Young Women's Depression and Stress Symptoms in Their Weekly Use and Nonuse of Contraceptive Methods." Journal of Adolescent Health, 53(2): 241-248. PMCID: PMC3713141. DOI. Abstract.

Moreau, Caroline, Kelli Stidham Hall, James Trussell, and Jennifer S. Barber. 2013. "Effect of Prospectively-Measured Pregnancy Intention Indicators on the Consistency of Contraceptive Use among Young Women." Human Reproduction, 28(3): 642-50. PMCID: PMC3619965. DOI.

Hall, Kelli Stidham, Paula Castano, and Carolyn Westhoff. 2013. "The impact of an educational text message intervention on young urban women's knowledge of oral contraception." Contraception, 87(4): 449-454. PMCID: PMC3548974. DOI.

Hall, Kelli Stidham, C. Moreau, and James Trussell. 2012. "Patterns and correlates of parental and formal sexual and reproductive health communication for adolescent women in the United States, 2002-2008." Journal of Adolescent Health, 50(4): 410-3. DOI. Abstract.

Hall, Kelli Stidham. 2012. "The Health Belief model can guide modern contraceptive research." Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health, 57(1): 74-81. NIHMSID: NIHMS516196. DOI.

Hall, Kelli Stidham, Caroline Moreau, and James Trussell. 2012. "Determinants of and disparities in reproductive health service use among adolescent and young adult women in the United States, 2002-2008." American Journal of Public Health, 102(2): 359-367. PMCID: PMC3483992. DOI. Abstract.

Hall, Kelli Stidham, Caroline Moreau, and James Trussell. 2012. "Associations between sexual and reproductive health communication and health service use among U.S. adolescent women." Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 44(1): 6-12. PMCID: PMC3302159. DOI.

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