- Sufrin, C., Jones, R.K., Mosher, W.D., & Beal, L. 2020. Pregnancy Prevalence and Outcomes in U.S. Jails. Obstetrics and Gynecology. doi: 10.1097/AOG.0000000000003834
- Sufrin, C., Sutherland, L., Beal, L., Terplan, M., Latkin, C., & Clarke, J. G. 2020. Opioid Use Disorder Incidence and Treatment Among Incarcerated Pregnant People in the U.S.: Results from a National Surveillance Study. Addiction. doi: 10.1111/add.15030
- Bronson, J., & Sufrin, C. 2019. Pregnant Women in Prison and Jail Don’t Count: Data Gaps on Maternal Health and Incarceration. Public Health Reports, 134(1_suppl), 57S-62S.
- Carolyn Sufrin, Lauren Beal, Jennifer Clarke, Rachel Jones, William D. Mosher. 2019. Pregnancy Outcomes in U.S. Prisons, 2016-2017. American Journal of Public Health.
**Read PIPS Project Director Carolyn Sufrin’s Op Ed about study results in The Hill
More data on other outcomes will be published soon! Stay tuned!
- UPI 3.22.19: Study: 90 percent of prison pregnancies end in live births
- ‘I didn’t get arrested, I got rescued’: jail is a lifeline for some pregnant women
- Data Collected in Coordination with PIPS Contributes to Change in Cook County Policies
- New NCCHC Standards on Pregnancy and Postpartum Care in Correctional Settings
- ‘What We Do to Women Behind Bars’: A Q&A With ‘Jailcare’ Author Dr. Carolyn Sufrin
- Crystal M. Hayes, Carolyn Sufrin, and Jamila B. Perritt, 2020: Reproductive Justice Disrupted: Mass Incarceration as a Driver of Reproductive Oppression American Journal of Public Health 110, S21_S24, https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2019.305407
- Lorie S. Goshin, D. R. Gina Sissoko, Kristi L. Stringer, Carolyn Sufrin, and Lorraine Byrnes, 2020: Stigma and US Nurses’ Intentions to Provide the Standard of Maternal Care to Incarcerated Women, 2017 American Journal of Public Health 110, S93_S99,https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2019.305408