Selected Publications of Bethany Young Holt

Ensuring Successful Development and Introduction of MPTs through an Innovative Partnership Approach
Young Holt, B., Romano, J., Manning, J., Hemmerling, A., Shields, W., Vyda, L., & Lusti-Narasimhan. M. (2014). BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 121(s5), 3-8.

Multipurpose prevention technologies: maximising positive synergies
Lusti‐Narasimhan, M., Merialdi, M., & Young Holt, B. (2014). BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 121(3), 251-251.

Developing multipurpose reproductive health technologies: an integrated strategy
Harrison, PF., Hemmerling, A., Romano, J., Whaley, K.J., & Young Holt, B. (2013). AIDS research and treatment, Volume 2013.

Multipurpose prevention technologies
Lusti-Narasimhan M., Merialdi, M., & Young Holt, B. (2013). Entre Nous, 79, 18-20. Available from:

Prioritizing multipurpose prevention technology development and investments using a target product profile
Romano, J., Manning, J., Hemmerling, A., McGrory, E., & Young Holt, B. (2013). Antiviral research, 100, S32-S38.

“When Condoms are Not Enough”
Young Holt, B. (2013, December 16). Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: Impatient Optimists.

“New HIV/AIDS prevention methods for women needed”
Lusti‐Narasimhan, M. & Young Holt, B. (2013, December 9). SF Gate.

Multipurpose prevention technologies for sexual and reproductive health: gaining momentum and promise
Young Holt, B., Kilbourne-Brook, M., Stone, A., Harrison, P., & Shields, W.C. (2010). Contraception, 81(3), 177-80.

Saving Lives with Multipurpose Prevention Technologies; Turning Ideas into Solutions for Sexual and Reproductive Health
Young Holt, B.., Kilbourne-Brook, M., & Cohen, J. (2010). PATH and the Coalition Advancing Multipurpose Innovations (CAMI). Seattle PATH.

Lime juice as a candidate microbicide? An open-label safety trial of 10% and 20% lime juice used vaginally
Hemmerling, A., Potts, M., Walsh, J., Young Holt, B., & Whaley, K. (2007). Journal of Women’s Health (Larchmt), 16(7), 1041-51.

Microbicide Preferences among Young Women in California
Young Holt, B., Morwitz, V., Ngo, L., Whaley, K., Harrison, P., & Nguyen, A. (2006). Journal of Women’s Health, 15(3), 281-294.

Planning STI/HIV Prevention among Refugees and Mobile Populations: Situation Assessment of Sudanese Refugees
Young Holt, B., Effler, P., Brady, W., Friday, J., Belay, E., Parker, K., & Toole, M. (2003). Disaster, 27(1), 1-15.

Pesticide Related Symptoms among Farm Workers in Rural Honduras
Cantor, A. & Young Holt, B. (2002). International Journal of Occupational & Environmental Health, 8(1), 41-45.

How to Improve Family Planning and Save Lives Using a Stage-of-Life Approach
Potts, M., Rooks, J., & Young Holt, B. (1998). International Family Planning Perspectives, 24(4), 195-7.

Quinacrine Pellets: An Examination of Nonsurgical Sterilization
Pies, C., Potts, M., & Young Holt, B. (1994). International Family Planning Perspectives, 20(4), 137-141.

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