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    Sara Newmann, MD, MPH

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentOb/Gyn & Reproductive Sciences
    Address1001 Potrero Ave, SFGH 5
    San Francisco CA 94143
    Phone415-206-4220

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      Implementation Science, Older adults, Reproductive age men and women in western Kenya, Clinic, International (medical), Decision aids, Education, Practice guidelines, Health fairs, health talks, family planning, HIV, unintended pregnancy, Interdisciplinary research collaboration, Brief implementation science training courses, Works-in-progress seminars, Implementation & dissemination science listservs

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      1. Grossman D, Onono M, Newmann SJ, Blat C, Bukusi EA, Shade SB, Steinfeld RL, Cohen CR. Integration of family planning services into HIV care and treatment in Kenya: a cluster-randomized trial. AIDS. 2013 Oct; 27 Suppl 1:S77-85.
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      2. Shade SB, Kevany S, Onono M, Ochieng G, Steinfeld RL, Grossman D, Newmann SJ, Blat C, Bukusi EA, Cohen CR. Cost, cost-efficiency and cost-effectiveness of integrated family planning and HIV services. AIDS. 2013 Oct; 27 Suppl 1:S87-92.
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      3. Newmann SJ, Grossman D, Blat C, Onono M, Steinfeld R, Bukusi EA, Shade S, Cohen CR. Does integrating family planning into HIV care and treatment impact intention to use contraception? Patient perspectives from HIV-infected individuals in Nyanza Province, Kenya. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2013 Nov; 123 Suppl 1:e16-23.
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      4. Withers M, Dworkin S, Harrington E, Kwena Z, Onono M, Bukusi E, Cohen CR, Grossman D, Newmann SJ. Fertility intentions among HIV-infected, sero-concordant couples in Nyanza province, Kenya. Cult Health Sex. 2013 Nov; 15(10):1175-90.
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      5. Newmann SJ, Mishra K, Onono M, Bukusi EA, Cohen CR, Gage O, Odeny R, Schwartz KD, Grossman D. Providers' Perspectives on Provision of Family Planning to HIV-Positive Individuals in HIV Care in Nyanza Province, Kenya. AIDS Res Treat. 2013; 2013:915923.
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      6. Steinfeld RL, Newmann SJ, Onono M, Cohen CR, Bukusi EA, Grossman D. Overcoming Barriers to Family Planning through Integration: Perspectives of HIV-Positive Men in Nyanza Province, Kenya. AIDS Res Treat. 2013; 2013:861983.
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      7. Newmann SJ, Dufour MS, McFarland W, Oderman L, Kellogg T, Louie B, Drey EA. HIV voluntary counseling and testing at an abortion clinic: missed opportunities for diagnosis. Contraception. 2013 Jul; 88(1):147-52.
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      8. Lopez LM, Newmann SJ, Grimes DA, Nanda K, Schulz KF. Immediate start of hormonal contraceptives for contraception. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2012; 12:CD006260.
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      9. Harrington EK, Newmann SJ, Onono M, Schwartz KD, Bukusi EA, Cohen CR, Grossman D. Fertility intentions and interest in integrated family planning services among women living with HIV in Nyanza Province, Kenya: a qualitative study. Infect Dis Obstet Gynecol. 2012; 2012:809682.
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      10. Newmann SJ, Dalve-Endres A, Diedrich JT, Steinauer JE, Meckstroth K, Drey EA. Cervical preparation for second trimester dilation and evacuation. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2010; (8):CD007310.
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      11. Lopez LM, Newmann SJ, Grimes DA, Nanda K, Schulz KF. Immediate start of hormonal contraceptives for contraception. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2008; (2):CD006260.
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      12. Newmann S, Dalve-Endres A, Drey EA. Clinical guidelines. Cervical preparation for surgical abortion from 20 to 24 weeks' gestation. Contraception. 2008 Apr; 77(4):308-14.
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      13. Akers AY, Newmann SJ, Smith JS. Factors underlying disparities in cervical cancer incidence, screening, and treatment in the United States. Curr Probl Cancer. 2007 May-Jun; 31(3):157-81.
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      14. Greenberg JA, Newmann SJ, Howell AB. Consumption of sweetened dried cranberries versus unsweetened raisins for inhibition of uropathogenic Escherichia coli adhesion in human urine: a pilot study. J Altern Complement Med. 2005 Oct; 11(5):875-8.
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      15. Newmann SJ, Goldberg AB, Aviles R, Molina de Perez O, Foster-Rosales AF. Predictors of contraception knowledge and use among postpartum adolescents in El Salvador. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2005 May; 192(5):1391-4.
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      16. Newmann SJ, Garner EO. Social inequities along the cervical cancer continuum: a structured review. Cancer Causes Control. 2005 Feb; 16(1):63-70.
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      17. Newmann S, Sarin P, Kumarasamy N, Amalraj E, Rogers M, Madhivanan P, Flanigan T, Cu-Uvin S, McGarvey S, Mayer K, Solomon S. Marriage, monogamy and HIV: a profile of HIV-infected women in south India. Int J STD AIDS. 2000 Apr; 11(4):250-3.
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      18. Newmann JM, Newmann EW, Newmann SJ, Newmann MM. A road less traveled: living-related kidney donation. Adv Ren Replace Ther. 1995 Jul; 2(3):277-81.
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      19. Newmann J, Newmann E, Newmann S, Newmann M. Living related kidney donation: the road less traveled, and it has made all the difference. Nephrol News Issues. 1994 May; 8(5):24, 44.
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