Factors associated with utilization of emergency contraception among female students in Mizan-Tepi University, South West Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Shiferaw2015FactorsAW,
  title={Factors associated with utilization of emergency contraception among female students in Mizan-Tepi University, South West Ethiopia},
  author={Bisrat Zeleke Shiferaw and Bosena Tebeje Gashaw and Fekadu Yadassa Tesso},
  booktitle={BMC Research Notes},
  year={2015}
}
AbstractBackgroundUnintended pregnancy poses a major health problem on female students in higher educations. One of the key interventions to reduce unintended pregnancy and unsafe abortion as outlined in the national youth strategy is making emergency contraception (EC) available for these risky population. However, despite its availability in many countries, EC has failed to have the desired impact on unintended pregnancy rates and its utilization is limited in colleges and universities. The… CONTINUE READING
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