- Read the summary of findings (392 KB) from the most recent round of the review (June 2016)
- Read the research brief on guidance for making sense of replication studies (361 KB)
- Read the research brief on information for improving the rigor of quasi-experimental impact evaluations (449 KB)
Since 2009, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has sponsored an independent systematic review
of the teen pregnancy prevention literature to identify programs with evidence of effectiveness in reducing teen pregnancy,
sexually transmitted infections, and associated sexual risk behaviors.