Abigail Gutmann-Gonzalez

Title(s)Research Analyst, Institute for Health Policy Studies
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of California, Berkeley MPH2015Maternal and Child Health/Global Health Certificate
    Macalester College BA2011Psychology/Hispanic Studies

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    Abigail Gutmann-Gonzalez is a researcher and program evaluator at the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies and the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health. Currently, she evaluates the Adolescent Sexual Health program sponsored by the California Department of Public Health’s Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) division and a PREIS funded sexual health intervention that combines traditional classroom instruction with wraparound digital technologies. Additionally, she conducts a qualitative binational study with the National Perinatology Institute of Mexico exploring experiences with prenatal and postnatal care, access to sexual and reproductive health services, and related outcomes of pregnant and parenting adolescents in Guanajuato, Mexico and Fresno, California.

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    1. Martha J. Decker, Abigail Gutmann-González, Diana Lara, Josefina Lira, Arturo Cardona Pérez, Guadalupe Estrada-Gutiérrez, Enrique Reyes Muñoz, Mario Guzmán-Huerta, Otilia Perichart-Perera, Ivan Pantic, and Claire D. Brindis.Migration and Health: Perspectives on the Immigrant Population. Adolescent pregnancy in Mexico and California: Policy and programmatic implications. 2016; 39-53.
    2. Martha J. Decker, Abigail Gutmann-Gonzalez, Diana Lara, and Claire D. Brindis .Exploring the Influence of Neighborhood-Level Factors on Adolescent Birth Rates in California: A Social-Ecological Approach. Youth & Society. 2016; 1-24.