The purpose of this study is to understand the difference between various populations' perspectives of their access to reproductive and sexual healthcare. According to prior research, people of color face higher levels of medical bias and healthcare inequity, which can contribute to a more negative perspective towards receiving medical care, thus decreasing accessibility. Therefore it is important to investigate whether there is a difference in different populations perspectives of sexual and reproductive care accessibility in order to understand how to create equitable accessible sexual and reproductive care for all. This study will use a qualitative and quantitative survey in order to investigate this research question. My sample population will include everyone over the age of 18 and will look at gender and race/ethnicity based trends. The data and trends seen will be used to expand equitable access to reproductive and sexual healthcare resources across the community and campus.
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Sinha, Mansi, "Different Populations Perspective of Sexual Health and Reproductive Care Accessibility" (2023). Research Days Posters 2023. 92.