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Molly Battistelli, MPH, is a Project Director for Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) at The University of California, San Francisco. Her work emphasizes a public health/health services approach to understanding the complex forces that affect the policy landscape for reproductive health care in the United States.
Ms. Battistelli's current focus in on expanding access to reproductive health car e in primary care settings, understanding and promoting the role of nurses in abortion care, and advancing an evidence-based approach to health policy and service delivery. She is presently examining the impact of California's enactment of B154 (which legalized the provision of aspiration abortion by advanced practice nurses and physician assistants in California) in primary care and reproductive health care clinics and models of care delivery.

Irma Hasham Dahlquist, BS, is a research assistant at Family Medicine at the University of Chicago and a research coordinator for the Reproductive Health Outcomes and Disparities group at the University of Chicago. Her research focus is on reproductive health outcomes among low-income populations.
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