Factors influencing the intention of women in rural Ghana to adopt postpartum family planning

@inproceedings{Eliason2013FactorsIT,
  title={Factors influencing the intention of women in rural Ghana to adopt postpartum family planning},
  author={Sebastian Eliason and Frank Baiden and Gloria Quansah-Asare and Yvonne Graham-Hayfron and Derek Bonsu and James F Phillips and Kofi Awusabo-Asare},
  booktitle={Reproductive health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Uptake of postpartum family planning (PPFP) remains low in sub-Saharan Africa and very little is known about how pregnant women arrive at their decisions to adopt PPFP. This information is needed to guide the development of interventions to promote PPFP. METHODS We conducted a survey among pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in a rural district in Ghana. We used univariate and multivariate logistic regression analysis to explore how knowledge of various family planning (FP… CONTINUE READING

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