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Joseph B. Stanford
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Joseph B. Stanford, MD

Languages spoken: English, German

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  • Joseph B. Stanford, MD, MSPH, CFCMC, is Professor, Vice Chair for Research, and Director of the Office of Cooperative Reproductive Health, Division of Public Health, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine. He is Adjunct Professor in the Departments of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Pediatrics.

    His clinical and research interests include reproductive epidemiology, restorative reproductive medicine, fertility awareness, women's health, and the periconceptual and prenatal origins of health and disease. Has has served on national scientific advisory committees for the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and the the Advisory Committee for Reproductive Health Drugs for the Food and Drug Administration. He serves as a board member for the International Insuitute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine.

    Board Certification

    American Board of Family Medicine

    Patient Rating

    5.0 /5
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    August 11, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Great doctor. Listens and gets to the heart of the matter. Is very flexible when technology (video calls) doesnt work so well. Nothing that is his fault or anything. Always has a pleasant demeanor.

    June 12, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Fantastic doctor. Very thorough and explains everything so well.

    May 11, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Knowledgable, friendly, positive, realistic with an excellent bedside manner.

    May 10, 2023
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Knows his stuff, is friendly, patient, and includes me in the decisions of my care.

    October 13, 2022
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    I felt that Dr. Stanford takes the time to explain things very well & takes great concern with his patients. Respectful & considerate of questions. I felt heard and his communication is very strong.

    October 09, 2022
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Felt the care was personalized to my strengths and interests

    September 23, 2022
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    He was direct in determining how to help me by first identifying my concerns

    September 19, 2022
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    Dr Stanford is so unique and I have so much respect for what he does. His expertise has been life-changing for me. I refer anyone struggling with fertility to Dr. Stanford.

    August 01, 2022
    SOUTH JORDAN HEALTH CENTER

    It was hard to hear Dr. Stanford at times. I would recommend a headset for him.

  • Joseph B. Stanford, MD, MSPH, CFCMC, is Professor, Vice Chair for Research, and Director of the Office of Cooperative Reproductive Health, Division of Public Health, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine. He is Adjunct Professor in the Departments of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Pediatrics.

    His clinical and research interests include reproductive epidemiology, restorative reproductive medicine, fertility awareness, women's health, and the periconceptual and prenatal origins of health and disease. Has has served on national scientific advisory committees for the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and the the Advisory Committee for Reproductive Health Drugs for the Food and Drug Administration. He serves as a board member for the International Insuitute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Emergency Medicine -Primary
    Communication Sciences & Disorders -Adjunct
    Obstetrics & Gynecology -Adjunct
    Pediatrics -Adjunct
    Academic Divisions General OB/GYN
    General OB/GYN
    Physician Assistant Studies
    Public Health
    Board Certification
    American Board of Family Medicine

    Education history

    Fellowship Family & Community Medicine - University of Missouri Health Sciences Center Fellow
    Public Health - University of Missouri - Columbia M.S.P.H.
    Chief Resident Family & Community Medicine - University of Missouri Health Sciences Center Chief Resident
    Family & Community Medicine - University of Missouri Health Sciences Center Resident
    Internship Medicine - University of Missouri Health Sciences Center Intern
    Medicine - University of Minnesota M.D.
    Undergraduate Chemistry - Minnesota State University B.A.
    Undergraduate University of Utah

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Brennan PA, Dunlop AL, Croen LA, Avalos LA, Salisbury AL, Hipwell AE, Nozadi SS, Sathyanarayana S, Crum RM, Musci R, Li M, Li X, Mansolf M, OConnor TG, Elliott AJ, Ghildayal N, Lin PD, Sprowles JLN, Stanford JB, Bendixsen C, Ozonoff S, Lester BM, Shuster CL, Huddleston KC, Posner J, Paneth N (2022). Prenatal Antidepressant Exposures and Autism Spectrum Disorder or Traits: A Retrospective, Multi-Cohort Study. Res Child Adolesc Psychopathol. (Read full article)
    2. Bendall EE, Paz-Bailey G, Santiago GA, Porucznik CA, Stanford JB, Stockwell MS, Duque J, Jeddy Z, Veguilla V, Major C, Rivera-Amill V, Rolfes MA, Dawood FS, Lauring AS (2022). SARS-CoV-2 Genomic Diversity in Households Highlights the Challenges of Sequence-Based Transmission Inference. mSphere, 7, e0040022. (Read full article)
    3. Schliep KC, Farland LV, Pollack AZ, Buck Louis G, Stanford JB, Allen-Brady K, Varner MW, Kah K, Peterson CM (2022). Endometriosis diagnosis, staging and typology and adverse pregnancy outcome history. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 36(6), 771-781. (Read full article)
    4. Redmond JJ, Jensen ET, Stanford JB, Greene ME, Kennedy E, Urrutia RP (2022). Effectiveness of fertility awareness-based methods for pregnancy prevention during the postpartum period. Contraception, 114, 32-40. (Read full article)
    5. Schliep KC, Hinkle SN, Kim K, Sjaarda LA, Silver RM, Stanford JB, Purdue-Smithe A, Plowden TC, Schisterman EF, Mumford SL (2021). Prospectively assessed perceived stress associated with early pregnancy losses among women with history of pregnancy loss. Hum Reprod, 37(10), 2264-2274. (Read full article)
    6. Najmabadi S, Schliep KC, Simonsen SE, Porucznik CA, Egger MJ, Stanford JB (2022). Characteristics of menstrual cycles with or without intercourse in women with no known subfertility. Hum Reprod Open, 2022(4), hoac039. (Read full article)
    7. Knapp EA, Dong Y, Dunlop AL, Aschner JL, Stanford JB, Hartert T, Teitelbaum SL, Hudak ML, Carroll K, OConnor TG, McEvoy CT, OShea TM, Carnell S, Karagas MR, Herbstman JB, Dabelea D, Ganiban JM, Ferrara A, Hedderson M, Bekelman TA, Rundle AG, Alshawabkeh A, Gilbert-Diamond D, Fry RC, Chen Z, Gilliland FD, Wright RJ, Camargo CA, Jacobson L, Lester BM, Hockett CW, Hodges ML, Chandran A, Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (2022). Changes in BMI During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Pediatrics, 150(3). (Read full article)
    8. Stanford JB, Parnell T, Kantor K, Reeder MR, Najmabadi S, Johnson K, Musso I, Hartman H, Tham E, Winter I, Galczynski K, Carus A, Sherlock A, Golden Tevald J, Barczentewicz M, Meier B, Carpentier P, Poehailos K, Chasuk R, Danis P, Lipscomb L (2022). International Natural Procreative Technology Evaluation and Surveillance of Treatment for Subfertility (iNEST): enrollment and methods. Hum Reprod Open, 2022(3), hoac033. (Read full article)
    9. Sumner KM, Karron RA, Stockwell MS, Dawood FS, Stanford JB, Mellis A, Hacker E, Thind P, Castro MJE, Harris JP, Deloria Knoll M, Schappell E, Hetrich MK, Duque J, Jeddy Z, Altunkaynak K, Poe B, Meece J, Stefanski E, Tong S, Lee JS, Dixon A, Veguilla V, Rolfes MA, Porucznik CA, CDC Genomic Sequencing Laboratory SEARCh and C-HEaRT Study Teams (2022). Impact of Age and Symptom Development on SARS-CoV-2 Transmission in Households With Children-Maryland, New York, and Utah, August 2020-October 2021. Open Forum Infect Dis, 9(8), ofac390. (Read full article)
    10. Fugal AD, Stanford JB, Johnstone EB, Kah K, Schliep KC (2022). Polycystic ovary syndrome and postpartum depression among Hispanics and non-Hispanics: a population-based study. AJOG Glob Rep, 2(3). (Read full article)
    11. Bekelman TA, Knapp EA, Dong Y, Dabelea D, Bastain TM, Breton CV, Carroll KN, Camargo CA, Davis AM, Dunlop AL, Elliott AJ, Ferrara A, Fry RC, Ganiban JM, Gilbert-Diamond D, Gilliland FD, Hedderson MM, Hipwell AE, Hockett CW, Huddleston KC, Karagas MR, Kelly N, Lai JS, Lester BM, Lucchini M, Melough MM, Mihalopoulos NL, OShea TM, Rundle AG, Stanford JB, VanBronkhorst S, Wright RJ, Zhao Q, Sauder KA, program collaborators for Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes ECHO (2022). Sociodemographic Variation in Children's Health Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Child Obes. (Read full article)
    12. Martenies SE, Zhang M, Corrigan AE, Kvit A, Shields T, Wheaton W, Bastain TM, Breton CV, Dabelea D, Habre R, Magzamen S, Padula AM, Him DA, Camargo CA Jr, Cowell W, Croen LA, Deoni S, Everson TM, Hartert TV, Hipwell AE, McEvoy CT, Morello-Frosch R, OConnor TG, Petriello M, Sathyanarayana S, Stanford JB, Woodruff TJ, Wright RJ, Kress AM, program collaborators for Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (2022). Associations between combined exposure to environmental hazards and social stressors at the neighborhood level and individual perinatal outcomes in the ECHO-wide cohort. Health Place, 76, 102858. (Read full article)
    13. Veguilla V, Fowlkes AL, Bissonnette A, Beitel S, Gaglani M, Porucznik CA, Stockwell MS, Tyner HL, Naleway AL, Yoon SK, Caban-Martinez AJ, Wesley MG, Duque J, Jeddy Z, Stanford JB, Daugherty M, Dixon A, Burgess JL, Odean M, Groom HC, Phillips AL, Schaefer-Solle N, Mistry P, Rolfes MA, Thompson M, Dawood FS, Meece J (2022). Detection and Stability of SARS-CoV-2 in Three Self-Collected Specimen Types: Flocked Midturbinate Swab (MTS) in Viral Transport Media, Foam MTS, and Saliva. Microbiol Spectr, 10(3), e0103322. (Read full article)
    14. Boyle PC, Stanford JB, Zecevic I (2022). Successful pregnancy with restorative reproductive medicine after 16 years of infertility, three recurrent miscarriages, and eight unsuccessful embryo transfers with in vitro fertilization/intracytoplasmic sperm injection: a case report. J Med Case Rep, 16(1), 246. (Read full article)
    15. Sanders JN, Simonsen SE, Porucznik CA, Hammoud AO, Smith KR, Stanford JB (2022). Fertility treatments and the risk of preterm birth among women with subfertility: a linked-data retrospective cohort study. Reprod Health, 19(1), 83. (Read full article)
    16. Dawood FS, Porucznik CA, Veguilla V, Stanford JB, Duque J, Rolfes MA, Dixon A, Thind P, Hacker E, Castro MJE, Jeddy Z, Daugherty M, Altunkaynak K, Hunt DR, Kattel U, Meece J, Stockwell MS (2021). Incidence Rates, Household Infection Risk, and Clinical Characteristics of SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Children and Adults in Utah and New York City, New York. JAMA Pediatr, 176(1), 59-67. (Read full article)
    17. Kah K, Dailey-Provost J, Stanford JB, Rogers CR, Schliep K (2022). Association Between Pre-pregnancy and Pregnancy Physical Abuse, Partner-related Stress, and Post-partum Depression: Findings from the Utah Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System (UT-PRAMS), 2016-2018. Utah Womens Health Rev, 6. (Read full article)
    18. Ocier K, Abdelaziz S, Kim S, Rowe K, Snyder J, Deshmukh VG, Newman M, Fraser A, Smith KR, Porucznik CA, Shoaf K, Stanford JB, Lee CJ, Hashibe M (2021). Age-Related Disease Risks in Younger versus Older B-Cell Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Survivors. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 30(12), 2268-2277. (Read full article)
    19. Dawood FS, Porucznik CA, Veguilla V, Stanford JB, Duque J, Rolfes MA, Dixon A, Thind P, Hacker E, Castro MJE, Jeddy Z, Daugherty M, Altunkaynak K, Hunt DR, Kattel U, Meece J, Stockwell M (2021). Incidence Rates, Household Infection Risk, and Clinical Characteristics of SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Children and Adults in Utah and New York City, New York. JAMA Pediatr.
    20. Stratakis N, Garcia E, Chandran A, Hsu T, Alshawabkeh A, Aris IM, Aschner JL, Breton C, Burbank A, Camargo CA Jr, Carroll KN, Chen Z, Claud EC, Dabelea D, Dunlop AL, Elliott AJ, Ferrara A, Ganiban JM, Gern JE, Gold DR, Gower WA, Hertz-Picciotto I, Karagas MR, Karr CJ, Lester B, Leve LD, Litonjua AA, Ludena Y, McEvoy CT, Miller RL, Mueller NT, OConnor TG, Oken E, OShea TM, Perera F, Stanford JB, Rivera-Spoljaric K, Rundle A, Trasande L, Wright RJ, Zhang Y, Zhu Y, Berhane K, Gilliland F, Chatzi L, program collaborators for Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (2021). The Role of Childhood Asthma in Obesity Development: A Nationwide U.S. Multi-cohort Study. Epidemiology, 33(1), 131-140. (Read full article)
    21. Stanford JB, Carpentier PA, Meier BL, Rollo M, Tingey B (2021). Restorative reproductive medicine for infertility in two family medicine clinics in New England, an observational study. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth, 21(1), 495. (Read full article)
    22. Najmabadi S, Schliep KC, Simonsen SE, Porucznik CA, Egger MJ, Stanford JB (2020). Cervical mucus patterns and the fertile window in women without known subfertility: a pooled analysis of three cohorts. Hum Reprod, 36(7), 1784-1795. (Read full article)
    23. Koric A, Singh B, VanDerslice JA, Stanford JB, Rogers CR, Egan DT, Agyemang DO, Schliep K (2021). Polycystic ovary syndrome and postpartum depression symptoms: a population-based cohort study. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 224(6), 591.e1-591.e12. (Read full article)
    24. Ocier K, Abdelaziz S, Kim S, Rowe K, Snyder J, Deshmukh V, Newman M, Fraser A, Smith K, Porucznik CA, Shoaf K, Stanford JB, Lee CJ, Hashibe M (2021). Cardiovascular disease risks in younger versus older adult B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma survivors. Cancer Med, 10(12), 4117-4126. (Read full article)
    25. Qeadan F, Mensah NA, Tingey B, Stanford JB (2021). The risk of clinical complications and death among pregnant women with COVID-19 in the Cerner COVID-19 cohort: a retrospective analysis. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth, 21(1), 305. (Read full article)
    26. Hu Q, Chang CP, Rowe K, Snyder J, Deshmukh V, Newman M, Fraser A, Smith K, Gren LH, Porucznik C, Stanford JB, Gaffney D, Henry NL, Lopez I, Hashibe M (2021). Disparities in Cardiovascular Disease Risk Among Hispanic Breast Cancer Survivors in a Population-Based Cohort. JNCI Cancer Spectr, 5(2), pkab016. (Read full article)
    27. Baayd J, Simonsen SE, Stanford JB, Willis SK, Frost CJ (2021). Identifying barriers to accessing skilled maternal health care in rural Morocco. Afr J Reprod Health, 25(1), 20-28. (Read full article)
    28. Dunlop AL, Essalmi AG, Alvalos L, Breton C, Camargo CA, Cowell WJ, Dabelea D, Dager SR, Duarte C, Elliott A, Fichorova R, Gern J, Hedderson MM, Thepaksorn EH, Huddleston K, Karagas MR, Kleinman K, Leve L, Li X, Li Y, Litonjua A, Ludena-Rodriguez Y, Madan JC, Nino JM, McEvoy C, OConnor TG, Padula AM, Paneth N, Perera F, Sathyanarayana S, Schmidt RJ, Schultz RT, Snowden J, Stanford JB, Trasande L, Volk HE, Wheaton W, Wright RJ, McGrath M, program collaborators for Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (2021). Racial and geographic variation in effects of maternal education and neighborhood-level measures of socioeconomic status on gestational age at birth: Findings from the ECHO cohorts. PLoS One, 16(1), e0245064. (Read full article)
    29. DeVilbiss EA, Stanford JB, Mumford SL, Sjaarda LA, Kim K, Zolton JR, Perkins NJ, Schisterman EF (2020). Sporadic anovulation is not an important determinant of becoming pregnant and time to pregnancy among eumenorrheic women: A simulation study. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 35(1), 143-152. (Read full article)
    30. Stanford JB, Willis SK, Hatch EE, Rothman KJ, Wise LA (2020). Fecundability in relation to use of mobile computing apps to track the menstrual cycle. Hum Reprod, 35(10), 2245-2252. (Read full article)
    31. Stanford JB, Hansen JL, Willis SK, Hu N, Thomas A (2017). Peri-implantation intercourse does not lower fecundability. Hum Reprod, 35(9), 2107-2112. (Read full article)
    32. Najmabadi S, Schliep KC, Simonsen SE, Porucznik CA, Egger MJ, Stanford JB (2020). Menstrual bleeding, cycle length, and follicular and luteal phase lengths in women without known subfertility: A pooled analysis of three cohorts. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 34(3), 318-327. (Read full article)
    33. Chang CP, Chen Y, Blackburn B, Abdelaziz S, Rowe K, Snyder J, Dodson M, Deshmukh V, Newman M, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA, Ose J, Fraser A, Smith K, Doherty J, Gaffney D, Hashibe M (2020). Genitourinary disease risks among ovarian cancer survivors in a population-based cohort study. Gynecol Oncol, 157(2), 529-535. (Read full article)
    34. Stanford JB, Schliep KC, Chang CP, OSullivan JP, Porucznik CA (2019). Comparison of woman-picked, expert-picked, and computer-picked Peak Day of cervical mucus with blinded urine luteinising hormone surge for concurrent identification of ovulation. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 34(2), 105-113. (Read full article)
    35. Johnson S, Stanford JB, Warren G, Bond S, Bench-Capon S, Zinaman MJ (2019). Increased Likelihood of Pregnancy Using an App-Connected Ovulation Test System: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Womens Health (Larchmt), 29(1), 84-90. (Read full article)
    36. Byun J, Peterson CM, Backonja U, Taylor RN, Stanford JB, Allen-Brady KL, Smith KR, Louis GMB, Schliep KC (2020). Adiposity and Endometriosis Severity and Typology. J Minim Invasive Gynecol, 27(7), 1516-1523. (Read full article)
    37. Hu Q, Lee J, Nelson J, Harris M, Ess RH, Rogers CR, Sanders J, VanDerslice J, Stanford JB, Schliep KC (2020). The association between preconception body mass index and subfertility among Hispanic and non-Hispanic women: A cross-sectional study from Utah's Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System survey (2012-2015). Utah Womens Health Rev, 2020. (Read full article)
    38. Bliss JC, Mensah NA, Rogers CR, Stanford JB, VanDerslice J, Schliep KC (2020). The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI): An Early Cross-Sectional Analysis of PRAMS Phase 8 Data on Hospital Practices and Breastfeeding Outcomes in Utah and Wyoming. Utah Womens Health Rev, 2020. (Read full article)
    39. Pollard SH, Cox KJ, Blackburn BE, Wilkins DG, Carrell DT, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA (2019). Male exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) and semen quality in the Home Observation of Periconceptional Exposures (HOPE) cohort. Reprod Toxicol, 90, 82-87. (Read full article)
    40. Park J, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA, Christensen K, Schliep KC (2019). Daily perceived stress and time to pregnancy: A prospective cohort study of women trying to conceive. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 110, 104446. (Read full article)
    41. Yeum D, Ju S, Cox KJ, Zhang Y, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA (2019). Association between peri-conceptional bisphenol A exposure in women and men and time to pregnancy-The HOPE study. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 33(6), 397-404. (Read full article)
    42. Harville EW, Mishra GD, Yeung E, Mumford SL, Schisterman EF, Jukic AM, Hatch EE, Mikkelsen EM, Jiang H, Ehrenthal DB, Porucznik CA, Stanford JB, Wen SW, Harvey A, Symons Downs D, Yajnik C, Santillan D, Santillan M, McElrath TF, Woo JG, Urbina EM, Chavarro JE, Sotres-Alvarez D, Bazzano L, Zhang J, Steiner A, Gunderson EP, Wise LA (2019). The Preconception Period analysis of Risks and Exposures Influencing health and Development (PrePARED) consortium. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 33(6), 490-502. (Read full article)
    43. Stanford JB, Willis SK, Hatch EE, Rothman KJ, Wise LA (2019). Fecundability in relation to use of fertility awareness indicators in a North American preconception cohort study. Fertil Steril, 112(5), 892-899. (Read full article)
    44. Cox KJ, Stanford JB, Blackburn BE, Porucznik CA (2019). Compliance with daily, home-based collection of urinary biospecimens in a prospective, preconception cohort. Environ Epidemiol, 3(3), e050. (Read full article)
    45. Soisson S, Ganz PA, Gaffney D, Rowe K, Snyder J, Wan Y, Deshmukh V, Newman M, Fraser A, Smith K, Herget K, Hanson HA, Wu YP, Stanford J, Al-Sarray A, Werner TL, Setiawan VW, Hashibe M (2017). Long-term Cardiovascular Outcomes Among Endometrial Cancer Survivors in a Large, Population-Based Cohort Study. J Natl Cancer Inst, 110(12), 1342-1351. (Read full article)
    46. Soisson S, Ganz PA, Gaffney D, Rowe K, Snyder J, Wan Y, Deshmukh V, Newman M, Fraser A, Smith K, Herget K, Hanson HA, Wu YP, Stanford J, Werner TL, Setiawan VW, Hashibe M (2017). Long-term, adverse genitourinary outcomes among endometrial cancer survivors in a large, population-based cohort study. Gynecol Oncol, 148(3), 499-506. (Read full article)
    47. Rainey E, Simonsen S, Stanford J, Shoaf K, Baayd J (2017). Utah obstetricians' opinions of planned home birth and conflicting NICE/ACOG guidelines: A qualitative study. Birth, 44(2), 137-144. (Read full article)
    48. Luderer U, Li T, Fine JP, Hamman RF, Stanford JB, Baker D (2017). Transitions in pregnancy planning in women recruited for a large prospective cohort study. Hum Reprod, 32(6), 1325-1333. (Read full article)
    49. Pugh SJ, Schisterman EF, Browne RW, Lynch AM, Mumford SL, Perkins NJ, Silver R, Sjaarda L, Stanford JB, Wactawski-Wende J, Wilcox B, Grantz KL (2017). Preconception maternal lipoprotein levels in relation to fecundability. Hum Reprod, 32(5), 1055-1063. (Read full article)
    50. Sjaarda LA, Radin RG, Silver RM, Mitchell E, Mumford SL, Wilcox B, Galai N, Perkins NJ, Wactawski-Wende J, Stanford JB, Schisterman EF (2017). Preconception Low-Dose Aspirin Restores Diminished Pregnancy and Live Birth Rates in Women With Low-Grade Inflammation: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Trial. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 102(5), 1495-1504. (Read full article)
    51. Boltz MW, Sanders JN, Simonsen SE, Stanford JB (2017). Fertility Treatment, Use of in Vitro Fertilization, and Time to Live Birth Based on Initial Provider Type. J Am Board Fam Med, 30(2), 230-238. (Read full article)
    52. Schliep KC, Mumford SL, Johnstone EB, Peterson CM, Sharp HT, Stanford JB, Chen Z, Backonja U, Wallace ME, Buck Louis GM (2016). Sexual and physical abuse and gynecologic disorders. Hum Reprod, 31(8), 1904-12. (Read full article)
    53. Wesselink AK, Wise LA, Hatch EE, Rothman KJ, Mikkelsen EM, Stanford JB, McKinnon CJ, Mahalingaiah S (2016). Menstrual cycle characteristics and fecundability in a North American preconception cohort. Ann Epidemiol, 26(7), 482-487.e1. (Read full article)
    54. Stanford JB, Sanders JN, Simonsen SE, Hammoud A, Gibson M, Smith KR (2016). Methods for a Retrospective Population-based and Clinic-based Subfertility Cohort Study: the Fertility Experiences Study. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 30(4), 397-407. (Read full article)
    55. Porucznik CA, Cox KJ, Schliep KC, Wilkins DG, Stanford JB (2016). The Home Observation of Periconceptional Exposures (HOPE) study, a prospective cohort: aims, design, recruitment and compliance. Environ Health, 15(1), 67. (Read full article)
    56. Stanford JB, Simonsen SE, Baksh L (2015). Fertility treatments and adverse perinatal outcomes in a population-based sampling of births in Florida, Maryland, and Utah: a cross-sectional study. BJOG, 123(5), 718-29. (Read full article)
    57. Zarek SM, Mitchell EM, Sjaarda LA, Mumford SL, Silver RM, Stanford JB, Galai N, Schliep KC, Radin RG, Plowden TC, DeCherney AH, Schisterman EF (2016). Antimüllerian hormone and pregnancy loss from the Effects of Aspirin in Gestation and Reproduction trial. Fertil Steril, 105(4), 946-952.e2. (Read full article)
    58. Stanford JB (2016). Population, Reproductive, and Sexual Health: Data Are Essential Where Disciplines Meet and Ideologies Conflict. Front Public Health, 4, 27. (Read full article)
    59. Jenkins TG, Aston KI, Meyer TD, Hotaling JM, Shamsi MB, Johnstone EB, Cox KJ, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA, Carrell DT (2016). Decreased fecundity and sperm DNA methylation patterns. Fertil Steril, 105(1), 51-7.e1-3. (Read full article)
    60. Thomas FS, Stanford JB, Sanders JN, Gurtcheff SE, Gibson M, Porucznik CA, Simonsen SE (2015). Development and initial validation of a fertility experiences questionnaire. Reprod Health, 12, 62. (Read full article)
    61. Stanford JB (2015). Revisiting the fertile window. Fertil Steril, 103(5), 1152-3. (Read full article)
    62. Lesher LL, Matyas RA, Sjaarda LA, Newman SL, Silver RM, Galai N, Hovey KM, Wactawski-Wende J, Emerick L, Lynch AM, Mead B, Townsend JM, Perkins NJ, Mumford SL, Stanford J, Schisterman EF (2015). Recruitment for longitudinal, randomised pregnancy trials initiated preconception: lessons from the effects of aspirin in gestation and reproduction trial. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 29(2), 162-7. (Read full article)
    63. Koch E, Chireau M, Pliego F, Stanford J, Haddad S, Calhoun B, Aracena P, Bravo M, Gatica S, Thorp J (2015). Abortion legislation, maternal healthcare, fertility, female literacy, sanitation, violence against women and maternal deaths: a natural experiment in 32 Mexican states. BMJ Open, 5(2), e006013. (Read full article)
    64. Stanford JB, Smith KR, Varner MW (2014). Impact of instruction in the Creighton model fertilitycare system on time to pregnancy in couples of proven fecundity: results of a randomised trial. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 28(5), 391-9. (Read full article)
    65. Schliep KC, Mumford SL, Hammoud AO, Stanford JB, Kissell KA, Sjaarda LA, Perkins NJ, Ahrens KA, Wactawski-Wende J, Mendola P, Schisterman EF (2014). Luteal phase deficiency in regularly menstruating women: prevalence and overlap in identification based on clinical and biochemical diagnostic criteria. J Clin Endocrinol Metab, 99(6), E1007-14. (Read full article)
    66. Sanders J, Simonsen S, Porucznik CA, Baksh L, Stanford JB (2014). Use of fertility treatments in relation to the duration of pregnancy attempt among women who were trying to become pregnant and experienced a live birth. Matern Child Health J, 18(1), 258-267. (Read full article)
    67. Pollack AZ, Louis GM, Chen Z, Peterson CM, Sundaram R, Croughan MS, Sun L, Hediger ML, Stanford JB, Varner MW, Palmer CD, Steuerwald AJ, Parsons PJ (2013). Trace elements and endometriosis: the ENDO study. Reprod Toxicol, 42, 41-8. (Read full article)
    68. Schisterman EF, Silver RM, Perkins NJ, Mumford SL, Whitcomb BW, Stanford JB, Lesher LL, Faraggi D, Wactawski-Wende J, Browne RW, Townsend JM, White M, Lynch AM, Galai N (2013). A randomised trial to evaluate the effects of low-dose aspirin in gestation and reproduction: design and baseline characteristics. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 27(6), 598-609. (Read full article)
    69. Evans-Hoeker E, Pritchard DA, Long DL, Herring AH, Stanford JB, Steiner AZ (2013). Cervical mucus monitoring prevalence and associated fecundability in women trying to conceive. Fertil Steril, 100(4), 1033-1038.e1. (Read full article)
    70. Peterson CM, Johnstone EB, Hammoud AO, Stanford JB, Varner MW, Kennedy A, Chen Z, Sun L, Fujimoto VY, Hediger ML, Buck Louis GM, ENDO Study Working Group (2013). Risk factors associated with endometriosis: importance of study population for characterizing disease in the ENDO Study. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 208(6), 451.e1-11. (Read full article)
    71. Simonsen SE, Lyon JL, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA, Esplin MS, Varner MW (2013). Risk factors for recurrent preterm birth in multiparous Utah women: a historical cohort study. BJOG, 120(7), 863-72. (Read full article)
    72. Stanford JB, Martin JC, Gibson M, Birdsall E, Brixner DI (2013). Use of clomiphene citrate in the University of Utah Community Clinics. J Reprod Med, 58(5-6), 229-33. (Read full article)
    73. Schliep KC, Schisterman EF, Mumford SL, Perkins NJ, Ye A, Pollack AZ, Zhang C, Porucznik CA, VanDerslice JA, Stanford JB, Wactawski-Wende J (2013). Validation of different instruments for caffeine measurement among premenopausal women in the BioCycle study. Am J Epidemiol, 177(7), 690-9. (Read full article)
    74. Schliep KC, Schisterman EF, Mumford SL, Pollack AZ, Perkins NJ, Ye A, Zhang CJ, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA, Hammoud AO, Wactawski-Wende J (2013). Energy-containing beverages: reproductive hormones and ovarian function in the BioCycle Study. Am J Clin Nutr, 97(3), 621-30. (Read full article)
    75. Stanford JB, Smith KR (2013). Marital fertility and income: moderating effects of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints religion in Utah. J Biosoc Sci, 45(2), 239-48. (Read full article)
    76. Stone MB, Stanford JB, Lyon JL, VanDerslice JA, Alder SC (2013). Childhood thyroid radioiodine exposure and subsequent infertility in the intermountain fallout cohort. Environ Health Perspect, 121(1), 79-84. (Read full article)
    77. Hammoud AO, Meikle AW, Peterson CM, Stanford J, Gibson M, Carrell DT (2012). Association of 25-hydroxy-vitamin D levels with semen and hormonal parameters. Asian J Androl, 14(6), 855-9. (Read full article)
    78. Thoma ME, Hediger ML, Sundaram R, Stanford JB, Peterson CM, Croughan MS, Chen Z, Buck Louis GM, ENDO Study Working Group (2012). Comparing apples and pears: women's perceptions of their body size and shape. J Womens Health (Larchmt), 21(10), 1074-81. (Read full article)
    79. Cai B, Dunson DB, Stanford JB (Fall 2010). Dynamic model for multivariate markers of fecundability. Biometrics, 66(3), 905-13.
    80. Cai B, Dunson DB, Stanford JB (2009). Dynamic model for multivariate markers of fecundability. Biometrics, 66(3), 905-13. (Read full article)
    81. Greenwood JL, Joy EA, Stanford JB (2010). The Physical Activity Vital Sign: a primary care tool to guide counseling for obesity. J Phys Act Health, 7(5), 571-6. (Read full article)
    82. Stanford JB, Mikolajczyk RT, Lynch CD, Simonsen SE (2010). Cumulative pregnancy probabilities among couples with subfertility: effects of varying treatments. Fertil Steril, 93(7), 2175-81. (Read full article)
    83. Crookston BT, Alder SC, Boakye I, Merrill RM, Amuasi JH, Porucznik CA, Stanford JB, Dickerson TT, Dearden KA, Hale DC, Sylverken J, Snow BS, Osei-Akoto A, Ansong D (2010). Exploring the relationship between chronic undernutrition and asymptomatic malaria in Ghanaian children. Malar J, 9, 39. (Read full article)
    84. Hammoud AO, Gibson M, Stanford J, White G, Carrell DT, Peterson M (2008). In vitro fertilization availability and utilization in the United States: a study of demographic, social, and economic factors. Fertil Steril, 91(5), 1630-5. (Read full article)
    85. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB, Ecochard R (2008). Multilevel model to assess sources of variation in follicular growth close to the time of ovulation in women with normal fertility: a multicenter observational study. Reprod Biol Endocrinol, 6, 61. (Read full article)
    86. Greenwood JL, Murtaugh MA, Omura EM, Alder SC, Stanford JB (2008). Creating a clinical screening questionnaire for eating behaviors associated with overweight and obesity. J Am Board Fam Med, 21(6), 539-48. (Read full article)
    87. Stanford JB, Parnell TA, Boyle PC (2008). Outcomes from treatment of infertility with natural procreative technology in an Irish general practice. J Am Board Fam Med, 21(5), 375-84. (Read full article)
    88. Greenwood JL, Stanford JB (2008). Preventing or improving obesity by addressing specific eating patterns. J Am Board Fam Med, 21(2), 135-40. (Read full article)
    89. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2007). Levonorgestrel emergency contraception: a joint analysis of effectiveness and mechanism of action. Fertil Steril, 88(3), 565-71. (Read full article)
    90. de Irala J, Lopez del Burgo C, Lopez de Fez CM, Arredondo J, Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2007). Women's attitudes towards mechanisms of action of family planning methods: survey in primary health centres in Pamplona, Spain. BMC Womens Health, 7, 10. (Read full article)
    91. Stanford JB, Dunson DB (2007). Effects of sexual intercourse patterns in time to pregnancy studies. Am J Epidemiol, 165(9), 1088-95. (Read full article)
    92. Selevan SG, Stanford JB (2006). Workshop recommendations for the preconception cohort of the National Children's Study. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 20 Suppl 1, 60-5. (Read full article)
    93. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2006). Measuring fecundity with standardised estimates of expected pregnancies. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 20 Suppl 1, 43-50. (Read full article)
    94. Snow M, White GL Jr, Alder SC, Stanford JB (2006). Mentor's hand hygiene practices influence student's hand hygiene rates. Am J Infect Control, 34(1), 18-24. (Read full article)
    95. Dye HM, Stanford JB, Alder SC, Kim HS, Murphy PA (2005). Women and postfertilization effects of birth control: consistency of beliefs, intentions and reported use. BMC Womens Health, 5, 11. (Read full article)
    96. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2005). A new method for estimating the effectiveness of emergency contraception that accounts for variation in timing of ovulation and previous cycle length. Fertil Steril, 83(6), 1764-70. (Read full article)
    97. Chen C, Wang X, Wang L, Yang F, Tang G, Xing H, Ryan L, Lasley B, Overstreet JW, Stanford JB, Xu X (2005). Effect of environmental tobacco smoke on levels of urinary hormone markers. Environ Health Perspect, 113(4), 412-7. (Read full article)
    98. Hobson WL, Avant-Mier R, Cochella S, Van Hala S, Stanford J, Alder SC, Croskell SE (2005). Caring for the underserved: using patient and physician focus groups to inform curriculum development. Ambul Pediatr, 5(2), 90-5. (Read full article)
    99. Dunson DB, Stanford JB (2005). Bayesian inferences on predictors of conception probabilities. Biometrics, 61(1), 126-33. (Read full article)
    100. Stanford JB, Mikolajczyk RT (2005). Methodological review of the effectiveness of emergency contraception. Curr Womens Health Rev, 1(2), 119-129.
    101. Hobson SL, Avant-Mier R, Cochella S, Van Hala S, Stanford J, Alder SC, Croskell SE (2005). Caring for the underserved. Using patient and physician focus groups to inform curriculum development. Ambul Pediatr, 5, 90-5.
    102. Bigelow JL, Dunson DB, Stanford JB, Ecochard R, Gnoth C, Colombo B (2004). Mucus observations in the fertile window: a better predictor of conception than timing of intercourse. Hum Reprod, 19(4), 889-92. (Read full article)
    103. Tingen C, Stanford JB, Dunson DB (2004). Methodologic and statistical approaches to studying human fertility and environmental exposure. Environ Health Perspect, 112(1), 87-93. (Read full article)
    104. Buck GM, Lynch CD, Stanford JB, Sweeney AM, Schieve LA, Rockett JC, Selevan SG, Schrader SM (2004). Prospective pregnancy study designs for assessing reproductive and developmental toxicants. Environ Health Perspect, 112(1), 79-86. (Read full article)
    105. Daniels M, Merrill RM, Lyon JL, Stanford JB, White GL Jr (2004). Associations between breast cancer risk factors and religious practices in Utah. Prev Med, 38(1), 28-38. (Read full article)
    106. Stanford JB, Smith KR, Dunson DB (2003). Vulvar mucus observations and the probability of pregnancy. Obstet Gynecol, 101(6), 1285-93. (Read full article)
    107. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB, Rauchfuss M (2003). Factors influencing the choice to use modern natural family planning. Contraception, 67(4), 253-8. (Read full article)
    108. Stanford JB, Galbraith A, Payne JG (2003). Utah couples' potential use of natural family planning. 9, 40-5.
    109. Stanford JB, Mikolajczyk RT (2002). Mechanisms of action of intrauterine devices: update and estimation of postfertilization effects. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 187(6), 1699-708. (Read full article)
    110. Stanford JB, White GL, Hatasaka H (2002). Timing intercourse to achieve pregnancy: current evidence. Obstet Gynecol, 100(6), 1333-41. (Read full article)
    111. Kahlenborn C, Stanford JB, Larimore WL (2002). Postfertilization effect of hormonal emergency contraception. Ann Pharmacother, 36(3), 465-70. (Read full article)
    112. Nielsen MS, Barton SD, Hatasaka HH, Stanford JB (2001). Comparison of several one-step home urinary luteinizing hormone detection test kits to OvuQuick. Fertil Steril, 76(2), 384-7. (Read full article)
    113. Fehring RJ, Hanson L, Stanford JB (2001). Nurse-midwives' knowledge and promotion of lactational amenorrhea and other natural family-planning methods for child spacing. J Midwifery Womens Health, 46(2), 68-73. (Read full article)
    114. Stanford JB, Hobbs R, Jameson P, DeWitt MJ, Fischer RC (2000). Defining dimensions of pregnancy intendedness. Matern Child Health J, 4(3), 183-9. (Read full article)
    115. Stanford JB, Larimore W (2000). Informed consent for postfertilization effects of hormonal and surgical forms of birth control for women. Arch Fam Med, 9(8), 690-1. (Read full article)
    116. Larimore WL, Stanford JB (2000). Postfertilization effects of oral contraceptives and their relationship to informed consent. Arch Fam Med, 9(2), 126-33. (Read full article)
    117. Stanford JB, Smith KR (2000). Characteristics of women associated with continuing instruction in the Creighton Model Fertility Care System. Contraception, 61(2), 121-9. (Read full article)
    118. Stanford JB, Thurman PB, Lemaire JC (1999). Physicians' knowledge and practices regarding natural family planning. Obstet Gynecol, 94(5 Pt 1), 672-8. (Read full article)
    119. Trussell J, Vaughan B, Stanford J (1999). Are all contraceptive failures unintended pregnancies? Evidence from the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth. Fam Plann Perspect, 31(5), 246-7, 260. (Read full article)
    120. Howard MP, Stanford JB (1999). Pregnancy probabilities during use of the Creighton Model Fertility Care System. Arch Fam Med, 8(5), 391-402. (Read full article)
    121. Fischer RC, Stanford JB, Jameson P, DeWitt MJ (1999). Exploring the concepts of intended, planned, and wanted pregnancy. J Fam Pract, 48(2), 117-22. (Read full article)
    122. Hilgers TW, Stanford JB (1998). Creighton Model NaProEducation Technology for avoiding pregnancy. Use effectiveness. J Reprod Med, 43(6), 495-502. (Read full article)
    123. Stanford JB, Lemaire JC, Thurman PB (1998). Women's interest in natural family planning. J Fam Pract, 46(1), 65-71. (Read full article)
    124. Campbell JD, Mitchell P, Stanford JB, Ewigman BG (1995). Validating a model developed to predict prenatal care utilization. J Fam Pract, 41(5), 457-64. (Read full article)
    125. Stanford JB, Lemaire JC, Fox A (1994). Interest in natural family planning among female family practice patients. Fam Pract Res J, 14(3), 237-49. (Read full article)

    Review

    1. Duane M, Stanford JB, Porucznik CA, Vigil P (2022). Fertility Awareness-Based Methods for Women's Health and Family Planning. [Review]. Front Med (Lausanne), 9, 858977. (Read full article)
    2. Stroesser K, Stanford JB (Fall 2010). Polycystic ovarian syndrome. [Review]. 13(10), 9.
    3. Campbell JD, Stanford J, Ewigman B (1996). The social pregnancy interaction model: conceptualizing cognitive, social and cultural barriers to prenatal care. [Review]. Appl Behav Sci Rev, 4(1), 81-97.

    Book Chapter

    1. Stanford JB (2004). Measuring effectiveness and pregnancy rates of the Creighton Model System. In Hilgers TW (Ed.). Omaha, NE: Pope Paul VI Institute Press.
    2. Stanford JB (2004). Fecundity and mucus cycle score in couples using the Creighton Model System. In Hilgers TW (Ed.). Omaha, NE: Pope Paul VI Institute Press.
    3. Hilgers TW, Stanford JB (2004). Achieving-related pregnancy rate and its natural adaptability. In Hilgers TW (Ed.). Omaha, NE: Pope Paul VI Institute Press.
    4. Stanford JB, Hobbins D (2001). Preconception Risk Assessment. In Ratcliffe SD, Baxley L, Byrd JE, Sakornbut EL (Eds.), Family Practice Obstetrics (2nd Edition, pp. 1-13). St. Louis, MO: Hanley & Belfus, Mosby.

    Commentary

    1. Stanford JB (2019). Big data meets the menstrual cycle. Fertil Steril, 112(3), 464-465.
    2. Stanford JB (2012). Comment on Kim et al., "Flexible Bayesian Fecundity Models". Clin Pharmacol Ther, 7(4), 805-8.
    3. Stanford JB (2008). Emergency contraception: overestimated effectiveness and questionable expectations. Clin Pharmacol Ther, 83(1), 19-21. (Read full article)
    4. Stanford JB, Dunson DB (2006). Foreword. Expanding Methodologies for Capturing Day-Specific Probabilities of Conception. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, 20 Suppl 1, 1-2.

    Letter

    1. Stanford JB, James G, McLindon LA (2020). Is ART utilization the best indicator of access to fertility care? [Letter to the editor]. Reprod Biomed Online, 41(6), 1157. (Read full article)
    2. Carpentier PA, Stanford JB, Boyle PC (2016). Progesterone in Women with Recurrent Miscarriages. [Letter to the editor]. N Engl J Med, 374(9), 894. (Read full article)
    3. Lopez-del Burgo C, Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2011). Emergency contraception: an unresolved issue. [Letter to the editor]. Contraception, 83(2), 187; author reply 187-8. (Read full article)
    4. Stanford JB, Mikolajczyk RT, Dunson DB (2010). Are Chinese people really more fertile? [Letter to the editor]. Fertil Steril, 94(3), e58. (Read full article)
    5. Stanford JB, Parnell TA, Boyle PC (2009). Response: Re: Outcomes from treatment of infertility with natural procreative technology in an Irish general practice [Letter to the editor]. J Am Board Fam Med, 2009(22), 95-96.
    6. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2007). The empirical and ethical questions of induced versus natural losses of preimplantation embryos. [Letter to the editor]. Contraception, 76(3), 256. (Read full article)
    7. Stanford JB (2006). The biology of human sex differences. [Letter to the editor]. N Engl J Med, 355(1), 98; author reply 98. (Read full article)
    8. Stanford JB, Mikolajczyk RT (2006). Emergency contraception. [Letter to the editor]. Pediatrics, 117(4), 1448; author reply 1450. (Read full article)
    9. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2006). Effectiveness of LNG EC not fully explained by ovulatory dysfunction. [Letter to the editor]. Contraception, 73(1), 107; author reply 108-9. (Read full article)
    10. Stanford JB, Larimore WL (2005). Description of emergency contraception in the media. [Letter to the editor]. Contraception, 72(5), 394-5; author reply 396-7. (Read full article)
    11. Stanford JB (2005). Mormon bioethics. [Letter to the editor]. First Things, (156), 8. (Read full article)
    12. Stanford JB, Cochella SW (2005). More on family medicine research. [Letter to the editor]. Fam Med, 37(9), 612; author reply 612-3. (Read full article)
    13. Larimore WL, Stanford JB, Kahlenborn C (2004). Does pregnancy begin at fertilization? [Letter to the editor]. Fam Med, 36(10), 690-1; author reply 691. (Read full article)
    14. Stanford JB, Hager WD, Crockett SA (2004). The FDA, politics, and plan B. [Letter to the editor]. N Engl J Med, 350(23), 2413-4; author reply 2413-4. (Read full article)
    15. Mikolajczyk RT, Frank-Herrmann P, Freundl G, Stanford JB (2004). More than one fertile ovulation per cycle? [Letter to the editor]. Fertil Steril, 81(3), 728-9. (Read full article)
    16. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2004). Efficacy of postcoital contraception [Letter to the editor]. Fertil Steril, 81(6), 1725.
    17. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2004). Validity of methods used to estimate the effectiveness of emergency contraception [Letter to the editor]. Biom J, 46(Supplement), 61.
    18. Stanford JB, Dunson DB, Tingen C (2004). Studying human fertility [Letter to the editor]. Environ Health Perspect, 112(11).
    19. Stanford JB (2004). The visit before the morning after: barriers to preprescribing emergency contraception [response] [Letter to the editor]. Ann Fam Med.
    20. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2003). Estimating the efficacy of emergency contraception. [Letter to the editor]. Fertil Steril, 80(6), 1536-7; author reply 1537. (Read full article)
    21. Mikolajczyk R, Spinnato JA, Stanford JB, Mikolajczyk R, Spinnato JA, Stanford JB (2003). Uncertainty in estimating the day of ovulation causes overestimation of the role of ovulation disturbance on the effectiveness of the Yuzpe method of emergency contraception. [Letter to the editor]. Contraception, 68(1), 69-70; author reply 70-1. (Read full article)
    22. Mikolajczyk RT, Stanford JB (2003). False risk attribution results in misleading assessment of the relationship between suppression of ovulation and the effectiveness of the Yuzpe regimen for emergency contraception. [Letter to the editor]. Contraception, 67(4), 333-5; author reply 335-7. (Read full article)
    23. Larimore WL, Stanford JB (2000). Ectopic pregnancy with oral contraceptive use has been overlooked. [Letter to the editor]. BMJ, 321(7258), 450. (Read full article)
    24. Hilgers TW, Stanford JB (1999). Analyzing contraceptive failure [Letter to the editor]. J Reprod Med, 44, 480-1.
    25. Stanford JB (1997). Measuring contraceptive effectiveness: a conceptual framework. [Letter to the editor]. Obstet Gynecol, 89(1), 157-8. (Read full article)
    26. Stanford JB, Weed SE, Toffler WL (1994). Second-trimester abortion. [Letter to the editor]. N Engl J Med, 331(25), 1715-6. (Read full article)
    27. Bretzman MC, Stanford JB (1994). Condoms, IUDs, counseling and natural family planning. [Letter to the editor]. Am Fam Physician, 50(4), 766, 768. (Read full article)
    28. Stanford JB (1994). How effective is natural family planning? [Letter to the editor]. 28(10), 8.
    29. Stanford JB (1993). More on condoms in school clinics [Letter to the editor]. Postgrad Med, 94(1), 40.
    30. Stanford JB, Peyton E, Lee S, Kraus R (1992). Letting children observe deliveries. [Letter to the editor]. N Engl J Med, 326(16), 1085-6. (Read full article)

    Video/Film/CD/Web/Podcast

    1. Stanford JB (2009). Video Interview: Natural Family Planning [Video]. Salt Lake City, UT: KUTV Healthy Living.