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Scaling up community provision of injectables through the public sector in Uganda.
- Kirsten Krueger, Angela Akol, P. Wamala, Aurélie Brunie
- Studies in family planning
- 1 June 2011
This case study presents service monitoring data and programmatic lessons from scaling up Uganda's community-based distribution of depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA, marketed as Depo-Provera)… Expand
Community-based distribution of injectable contraceptives: introduction strategies in four sub-Saharan African countries.
- Theresa H. Hoke, Aurélie Brunie, +5 authors J. Stanback
- International perspectives on sexual and…
- 1 December 2012
Improving access to family planning services and expanding method choice are two fundamental proven strategies for increasing contraceptive prevalence in resource-poor settings.[1-4] Community-based… Expand
Provision of injectable contraception services through community-based distribution. Implementation handbook.
This handbook describes how to introduce injectable contraceptives to the suite of family planning services offered in an existing community-based distribution (CBD) program. The approach is based on… Expand
Re: Self-administration of injectable contraceptives.
This letter to the editor discusses the subcutaneous formulation of depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA or Depo Provera) prepackaged in a Uniject device. It declares the importance of the Uniject… Expand
Managing immune health in sports – a practical guide for athletes and coaches
Obesity prevention - is school an effective place? A systematic review
Managing forests in the 21st century: Book of abstracts
I7 Community based distribution of Depo Provera: Evidence base, Africa programme experience and future directions
Outcomes And Costs Of Treating Hepatitis C With Direct-Acting Antivirals: Results From The German Hepatitis C-Registry