Provider and health facility influences on contraceptive adoption in urban Pakistan.

  title={Provider and health facility influences on contraceptive adoption in urban Pakistan.},
  author={Saima Hamid and R. Stephenson},
  journal={International family planning perspectives},
  volume={32 2},
  • Saima Hamid, R. Stephenson
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • International family planning perspectives
  • CONTEXT Although the vast majority of Pakistani women are familiar with family planning methods, use of contraceptives remains low. Identifying the characteristics of family planning providers and health facilities that are associated with women's initiation of contraception may help program administrators devise interventions to increase contraceptive use. METHODS Logistic regression analysis of data from a survey of urban Pakistani health facilities, their clients and their staff was used… CONTINUE READING
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