Social networks and female reproductive choices in the developing world: a systematized review

@inproceedings{Lowe2014SocialNA,
  title={Social networks and female reproductive choices in the developing world: a systematized review},
  author={Samantha MP Lowe and Spencer D Moore},
  booktitle={Reproductive health},
  year={2014}
}
Continuing high global maternal mortality and morbidity rates in developing countries have resulted in an increasing push to improve reproductive health services for women. Seeking innovative ways for assessing how positive health knowledge and behaviors spread to this vulnerable population has increased the use of social network theories and analysis in health promotion research. Despite the increased research on social networks and health, no overarching review on social networks and maternal… CONTINUE READING
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