Measuring oral contraceptive knowledge: a review of research findings and limitations.

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OBJECTIVE Poor oral contraceptive (OC) knowledge may contribute to premature OC discontinuation and unintended pregnancy. Yet, to understand relationships between OC knowledge and contraceptive behavior, knowledge must be adequately measured. This review evaluates the findings and methodological limitations of research in which OC knowledge has been… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2010.10.016

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@article{Hall2010MeasuringOC, title={Measuring oral contraceptive knowledge: a review of research findings and limitations.}, author={K. S. Hall and Paula M Casta{\~n}o and Patricia W. Stone and Carolyn Westhoff}, journal={Patient education and counseling}, year={2010}, volume={81 3}, pages={388-94} }