Courtney Peters

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An estimated 1.5 million children under five die annually from vaccine preventable diseases, and 17 % of these deaths can be averted with vaccination. Predictors of immunization coverage, such as maternal schooling, are well documented; yet, preventable under-five mortality persists. To understand these patterns, researchers are exploring the mother–child(More)
Research shows a positive relationship between women's empowerment and reproductive health. Yet we know little about the quantitative relationship between women's agency and contraceptive use. We conducted a systematic review of peer-reviewed literature assessing the link between women's decision-making and freedom of movement with their contraceptive use(More)
The current literature offers limited evidence supporting sport-specific plyometric rehabilitation for young throwing athletes. The purposes of this case report were to 1) describe the focused differential diagnosis of a young throwing athlete with shoulder pain and 2) use previously validated, region-specific, health-related quality of life measures to(More)
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