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Follow-up survey of sterilization acceptors in the modified contraceptive distribution project
by International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh in Dacca
Written in English
Bibliography: leaf 19.
|Statement||Shushum Bhatia ... [et al.].|
|Series||Scientific report - International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh ; no. 19|
|LC Classifications||RG138 .F64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||79912475|
contraceptive will result in impact on child and infant mortality if used for spacing. At this time the data collected in Bahunipati Block indicates that the average number of children per family for injectable acceptors is only a little less than sterilization acceptors (roughly children per acceptor). The. And then follow up with another question "Structured contraceptive counseling provided by the Contraceptive CHOICE Project." Contraception. 88 (2): Major, I., P. Boyd, M. Kilbourne-Brook, G. Saxon, J. Cohen and R. K. Malcolm (). "A modified SILCS contraceptive diaphragm for long-term controlled release of the HIV microbicide.
An online survey administered through Amazon Mechanical Turk was used to collect baseline and immediate follow-up data on three primary outcomes: contraceptive knowledge (measured using the Contraceptive Knowledge Assessment), perceived pregnancy risk, and the effectiveness of the contraceptive the woman intended to use in the next year. "This is a follow-up to a study that analyzed the relationship between areal variation in the contraceptive prevalence time series and in the intensity of maternal and child health (MCH) services of the Matlab Family Planning Health Services Project [in Bangladesh]. Design and findings of Egypt Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, In.
Demand for LAPMs of contraception as detrmined by utilization and unmet need for LAPMs of contraception can provide realiable information for providers. Objective To determine the utilization of long acting and permanent contraception and its associated factors among married women of Goba town, South East Ethiopia. In this project, an month follow-up conducted in December on a sample of project midwives, indicated that this group had perfor deliveries and servi new family planning clients in the period under review, for a relatively high ratio of one family planning client to delivenes.8 The Ghana DHS results.
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Author(s): Bhatia,Shushum Title(s): A Follow-up survey of sterilization acceptors in the modified contraceptive distribution project/ Shushum Bhatia [et al.].
Country of Publication: Bangladesh Publisher: Dacca, Bangladesh: International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh,  Description: 20, iii leaves. References 1 FP/MCH Project, HMG: A Report on National Family Planning Acceptors Follow-up Survey, Research and Evaluation in Family Planning: Collected Reports, 1: 43, 2 FP/MCH Project, HMG: Characteristics of New Family Planning Acceptors in Nepal: Some Recent Observations, (FY /73)1:3 FP/MCH Project, HMG Author: E.
Noel McIntosh, Binny van Bergen, Dev Ratna Dhakhwa, Tika Man Vaidya, Tara Bahadur Khatri. The World Fertility Survey (conducted from to ) focused primarily on the determinants of fertility, with relatively little attention to FP and related programmatic issues.
The Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, first piloted in in El Salvador, was designed to produce more programmatically useful results with shorter turn-around time. Thailand has had a postpartum program since in 4 large Bangkok hospitals and since in an additional 11 rural hospitals.
The results have been dramatically successful, and a total of 99, women have accepted family planning services within 3 months of delivery or abortion, the majority accepting an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) or female sterilization prior to Cited by: Fig. 3 Percent distribution of female sterilization by type of facility in states of India, – 14 Mohanty et al.
BMC Women's Health () Page 5 of 13 sterilizati ons were carried out. PDF | Background: Nigeria has a very low contraceptive usage despite the high fertility rate.
Studying the contraceptive acceptance pattern and the | Find, read and cite all the research you. This paper assesses the reasons for non-use of contraceptive methods, and the possible complexity of reported data on women in India.
The study used recent data from two successive rounds of the. In Korea, 70% of IUD acceptors in a national survey indicated that they had been motivated by a family planning worker (11). The Sialkot project in Northern Pakistan studied the use of teams of full-time, literate, male and female field workers who called on and offered contraceptive services to all eligible couples in a given geographic area.
PDF | This study of postpartum women, based on Demographic and Health Surveys in 25 developing countries, reveals that the proportion of women who are | Find, read and cite all the research you. Contraception can be categorized as modern or traditional.
Modern methods of contraception include the following: (1) sterilization, (2) intrauterine devices (IUDs), (3) subdermal implants, (4. Ross JA, Hong S, Huber DH: Voluntary Sterilization: An International Fact Book.
Association for Voluntary Sterilization, New York, 12 Rubin GL, Ory HW, Layde PM: The mortality risk of voluntary surgical contraception.
Biomed Bull 3: 1, Article 50 Khairullah et al. l3 Strauss LT et al: Sterilization-associated deaths: a global survey. Singapore - Reviewing the population program: a technical assistance report (English) Abstract.
During the First Five-Year Plan period, Singapore's Family Planning Program reached a plateau in. TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE () 87, Attitude towards family planning in Dharan, east Nepal: implications for the family planning programme Mary J.
Glennon* and David J. Fegan Eastern Regional Hospital, Dharan, Nepal Abstract A survey of the knowledge, attitude and practice of family planning was conducted in. Singapore - Reviewing the population program: a technical assistance report (Inglês). contraceptive distribution project.
By T. Osteria, W. Henry Mosley, and A. Chowdhury. 13 pp. [LC ] No. A follow-up survey of steriliza-tion acceptors in Matlab, Bangladesh. By Makhlisur Rahman, Douglas Huber, and J. Chakraborty. Oct. 27 pp. The demographic impact of sterilization in the Matlab village-based.
Quality of care of family planning services can be enhanced if contraceptive clients are told about method side effects, are reminded about follow-up visits, and are told about other method options The percentages were less than 50% for all indictors related to these aspects of quality of care, and most of the differences between program and.
Data are from the Kanpur Project and a follow-up study of a sample of of the project's original 3, participants. The methodology of the survey and follow-up survey are first described, and the characteristics of the survey participants are outlined. The authors examine contraceptive acceptors and non-acceptors in India.
The data. The study comprised of three groups of LARC clients: a) home-based follow-up, b) telephone-based follow-up, and c) passive or needs-based follow-up at 1, 3, 6, 9, and 12 month post-insertion whereas participants in the third group were asked to contact the health facility if in need of medical assistance relating to LARC method use.
Results. follow-up overall, 33, for current use of Norplant, 29, for IUDs, and 7, for sterilization. Active follow-up continued for 5 years regardless of method changes and was carried out primarily through scheduled semi-annual visits, including home visits, letters, and telephone calls.
Research indicates that the level of fertility in India is beginning to decline. The crude birth rate which was about 49 per thousand population during has declined to about per thousand population in and per thousand ina decline of about 20%, the rural urban differential was narrowed.
The world population is on the increase, and the majority of this increase will be from sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). It is estimated that by the population of Africa will rise to billion. Published peer-reviewed journals, abstracts, Gray literature (government documents, technical reports, other reports, etc.), internet articles and Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) reports were used.Material Information: Title: The contraceptive development process and quality of care in reproductive health services Rapporteurs' Report of a meeting sponsored by the International Women's Health Coalition and The Population Council, New York,New York OctoberThe new guidelines said that clients should receive at least three packets of pills on their initial visit.
In the baseline survey, clients had received an average of packs; in the follow-up survey, they had receivedon average. Research is now underway in Cameroon to assess long-term changes resulting from the new guidelines.