‘As many options as there are, there are just not enough for me’: Contraceptive use and barriers to access among Australian women

@article{Dixon2014AsMO,
  title={‘As many options as there are, there are just not enough for me’: Contraceptive use and barriers to access among Australian women},
  author={S. C. Dixon and D. Herbert and D. Loxton and J. Lucke},
  journal={The European Journal of Contraception \& Reproductive Health Care},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={340 - 351}
}
Abstract Objective A comprehensive life course perspective of women's experiences in obtaining and using contraception in Australia is lacking. This paper explores free-text comments about contraception provided by women born between 1973 and 1978 who participated in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH). Methods The ALSWH is a national population-based cohort study involving over 40,000 women from three age groups, who are surveyed every three years. An initial search… Expand
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