Teen Pregnancy Prevention Evidence Review
Welcome to the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Evidence Review
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. Sign up for the youth.gov newsletter and check this page for updates on the review’s status.
- NEW: Read the Review Protocol 7.0 guiding the 2023 review (PDF, 24 pages) and a summary of changes made (PDF, 2 pages).
- Read the ARCHIVED Call for Studies that Examine Predictors of Future Sexual Behavior or its Consequences (PDF, 2 pages).
- Read the ARCHIVED Call for Studies (PDF, 3 pages) for the June 2023 round of review.
- Read the Summary of Findings (PDF, 22 pages) from the last round of review (released April 2023).