Seven studies found improvements in family planning-related outcomes, although not all reported the significance of these changes; another reported mixed results and one found no effect. Reported ever having lost at least one boy, 181 (61%) at least one than 98% of the study participants had access to health facilities providing family planning services in their surrounding (at least health post i.
Moreover, a considerable amount of child death mainly boy child linking with boy sex preference reflects family planning interventions to see the ways beyond only for contraceptive ledgmentswe would like to forward our gratitude to jimma university, college of public health and medical sciences and ghent university. A better use of family planning could reduce many of these mistimed and unplanned pregnancies, while at the same time it could reduce the number of unsafe abortions as well as the mortality related with child birth .
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Sofaer s and firminger k, patient perceptions of the quality of health services, annual review of public health, 2005, no. Journal of peer-reviewed planning services are frequently used and important services for american women, yet little is known about their quality.
Informed policy making for the prevention of unwanted pregnancy: understanding low-income women’s experiences with family planning, evaluation review, 1999, 23(5):527–552. Approaches that have been used are focus group discussions, in-depth interviews, medical record reviews, expert observations of client-provider interaction, surveys of providers, surveys of managers or directors of family planning organizations, and quasi-experimental and experimental population that has most often been included in studies of family planning service quality has been low-income adult women.
Different levels of knowledge were found across the kebeles: only 3 of the 265 (1%) respondents in haro knew more than 5 methods of contraception compared to values ranging from 34% to 60% for the other kebeles. According to the ethiopian demographic and health survey 2011, most women and men had knowledge on some family planning methods but only about 29% of married women were using contraceptives.
It is now the job of researchers to build on and strengthen this literature, so that more can be done to improve family planning services and we are better able to meet women’s and men’s family planning needs. Finally, efforts should be made to monitor all of the domains of quality rather than just selected limitation of our review is that we were unable to explore how programmatic and policy changes have affected family planning service quality over time.
Winter l and breckenmaker lc, tailoring family planning services to the special needs of adolescents, family planning perspectives, 1991, 23(1):24–30. The limited knowledge of women on emergency contraception suggests that this type of contraception is not part of the standard information package that is given to women in our study l, our respondents had a positive attitude towards family planning (91%), but less than 1% of the males and 64% of the women reported having ever used any type of contraception.
Trussell j and vaughan b, contraceptive failure, method-related discontinuation and resumption of use: results from the 1995 national survey of family growth, family planning perspectives, 1999, 31(2):64–72 & 93. Access, quality of care, and medical barriers in family planning programs, international family planning perspectives, 1995, 21(2):64–69 & 74.
The prevalence of these hormonal contraception methods was much related to the age of the woman. 35,44 nevertheless, one-third of a nationally representative sample of black women reported that a family planning provider had "strongly encouraged" them to adopt a specific birth control method when they had wanted to use another one.
Pmc3634055family planning knowledge, attitude and practice among married couples in jimma zone, ethiopiatizta tilahun,#1,* gily coene,#2 stanley luchters,#3,4 wondwosen kassahun,#1 els leye,#3 marleen temmerman,#3 and olivier degomme#3hamid reza baradaran, editor1college of public health and medical sciences, jimma university, jimma, ethiopia2rhea, research center on gender and diversity, brussels university, bussels, belgium3international centre for reproductive health, department of obstetrics and gynecology, ghent university, ghent, belgium4burnet institute, monash university, victoria, australiatehran university of medical sciences, iran (islamic republic of)#contributed equally. In a qualitative study in california, reasons that low-income women reported for feeling dissatisfied with the communication during their family planning visits included that they were unable to discuss their concerns and questions adequately, their provider did not tailor advice to their specific circumstances, and their provider dismissed their concerns, especially concerns about the side effects of contraceptives, as -staff interactions.
Commentshow to join pubmed commonshow to cite this comment:Ncbi > literature > planning, new research - literature review. Although no policies govern family planning services across all types of providers, guidelines exist for specific providers.
28,29,31,35,40,41,43–45,47,48 studies asking clients about specific information provided during the visit generally have found high proportions reporting discussions about specific topics, such as the effectiveness of different contraceptives and how to use particular methods. The study demonstrates that mere physical access (proximity to clinics for family planning) and awareness of contraceptives are not sufficient to ensure that contraceptive needs are met.
Vera h, the client’s view of high-quality care in santiago, chile, studies in family planning, 1993, 24(1):40–49. Kulczycki a (2008) husband-wife agreement, power relations and contraceptive use in turkey international family planning perspectives 34.