Awareness, Prior Use, and Intent to Use Emergency Contraception Among Montana Women at the Time of Pregnancy Testing

@article{Spence2004AwarenessPU,
  title={Awareness, Prior Use, and Intent to Use Emergency Contraception Among Montana Women at the Time of Pregnancy Testing},
  author={M. Spence and Kindra K. Elgen and T. Harwell},
  journal={Maternal and Child Health Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={197-203}
}
Objectives: To identify factors associated with awareness of emergency contraception (EC), prior use of EC, and intent to use EC in the future among women at the time of pregnancy testing. Methods: A convenience sample of women presenting for pregnancy testing and being found to be pregnant in 38 primary health care facilities completed a self-administered, anonymous questionnaire. Information regarding demography, pregnancy intentions, use of any contraception, awareness of EC, prior use of EC… Expand
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